2. How is the CAF TRB/WEPTAC structured?
Tuesday (2 Jan 2018) are briefings to the mass Military and Civilian audience as well as introduction of the C-NAF Tactical problem sets. Then Tuesday afternoon (3 Jan 2018) through Saturday (6 Jan 2017) these Working Groups will meet. All day Saturday (6 Jan 2018) there are briefings to the mass military audience and Sunday (7 Jan 2018) are the 6 Core Function Working Groups and “as required” for all. That Monday (8 Jan 2018) is TRB MDS Working Groups, CORE Function Working Groups as well as Breakout Sessions and Side Bars. Monday night at 1730 is an Ice Breaker Social open to all Military, Civilians and Industry Reps at the Nellis Club. Tuesday morning (9 Jan 2018) there are a few briefings to the mass military audience and then break up into TRB working groups for the remainder of the day. The evening is free. Wednesday morning (10 Jan 2018) there are again a few briefings to the mass military audience and then catch up within the TRB Working Groups plus any Side Bars or Breakout Sessions. The USAFWC will host a Warfare Center VIP Day for those senior officers and SES’s in attendance. This evening is a separate independent event opening at 1730 the first of two nights of an Industry Trade Show at the Nellis Club. This event is open to all military, civilian and base personnel. Thursday morning (11 Jan 2018) the Keynote Speaker (TBD) will kick of the day followed by briefings to the mass military audience and that afternoon is the TRB out brief to the mass military audience. That evening is the second night of the Industry Trade Show opening at 1730. Friday (12 Jan 2018) in the morning is the WEPTAC out brief (C-NAF Tactical problem sets) and an executive out brief to the Commander of ACC and other MAJCOM Commanders in attendance in the afternoon.