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1st AF hosts fourth annual Air Domain Security Integration Meeting

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Air defense experts from across the 1st Air Force enterprise and various federal agencies and commercial airlines took part in the fourth annual Air Domain Security Integration Meeting (ADSIM) here Aug. 21.  The event was held to refine and improve processes which enhance integrated approaches to the safety and security of the U.S. national airspace.


The meeting was designed to establish dialogue among air domain security stakeholders to better understand capabilities and limitations and to identify risks in relationship to air domain threats.  Additionally, the gathering promoted partnership development and an exchange of ideas to address the most common concerns throughout commercial aviation.


Approximately 30 officials shared in discussions during the one-day venue focused on a variety of topics spanning across interagency airspace security interests. Participants from the U.S. Secret Service, Federal Aviation Administration, Transportation Security Administration, Air Line Pilots Association, South West Airline Pilots Association, and several commercial airlines joined members of the 1st AF and North American Aerospace Defense Command for briefings, discussions and a tour of the 601st Air Operations Center.


The first ADSIM was conducted in 2014 with a focus on establishing and strengthening relationships and identifying opportunities to enhance interagency processes for providing U.S. national air domain security.