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The AFCEA Pacific Northwest Chapter invites you to join them as a Sponsor or Exhibitor at TechNet Pacific Northwest (formerly the Enabling Distributed C2 Symposium) set take place at the American Lake Conference Center - JBLM North on Wednesday 26 FEB - Thursday 27 FEB 2025. 


The primary objective of this event is to enhance the knowledge of cyber, IT, and communications warfighters serving in the Pacific Theater on a variety of cybersecurity and IT topics. The overall goal of TechNet Pacific Northwest is to equip and enable leaders with the knowledge necessary for making informed decisions based on the most recent advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, cybersecurity, data management, information technology (IT), intelligence, and networking.

Visit the TechNet Pacific Northwest official website for past even information and updates  

Network with JBLM Pacific Forces Senior Leaders and key personnel from the Army and Air Force, as well as  Washington Army National Guard, Washington State Guard, Washington Air National Guard personnel from nearby Camp Murray, and Navy Region Northwest. Over 500 attendees participated in the 2024 event.  

Sample of Attendee Titles & Job Titles: Commander, Commanding Officer, Deputy Commanding Officer, I Corps Assistant Chief of Staff G6, Chief of Cybersecurity, Director, I Corps G6 Mission Support, Director, Network Enterprise Center (NEC), Director of Innovation, CIO Navy Region NW, CIO, CIO/G6, Deputy CIO, Operations Chief, Plans Chief, OIC Cyber, Joint Cyber C2 Integration Chief, Brigade Engagements Officer, Senior Command Representative (SCR), G6 Staff Officer, Cyber Operations, Division Network Engineer, Program Manager, OIC Cyber Integrations, Cyberspace Plans Manager, IT Specialist. 

Sample of Commands and Units that Attended: I Corps G6, JBLM Network Enterprise Center (NEC), 7th Infantry Division G6, 22d Corps Signal Brigade, 51st Signal Battalion, Madigan Army Medical Center, 62 Air Wing, 627th Communications Squadron, Western Air Defense Sector (WADS), 3d Radio Bn (USMC),  Navy Region Northwest, Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Northwest, US Army Japan, Washington Army National Guard G6, Washington Air National Guard, 262 Cyberspace Operations Squadron, Washington Military Department.

Sponsor | Exhibit 


Showcase your products and services at this event. Network, demonstrate, and learn about what is happening with Pacific Northwest forces in C2, cyber, and IT. Nothing compares to being face-to-face with existing, or potential customers 

* For more information on Sponsor/Exhibit Opportunities and the prospectus, please contact:

Gabe Wollner 

Speaking Opportunities are Available for Sponsors


Share your knowledge and expertise with our audience. Speaking sessions are limited. Submit to speak today. When you submit make sure to include the following information: 


  • Speaker Name/Title 

  • Company Name

  • Session Title 

  • Brief Description of Session (500 words or less)

  • You must be a Sponsor to speak. 

  • Technical and educational briefs only. No product pitches. All Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cloud, Contested Logistics, Cybersecurity, Data, Distributed Command and Control, Intelligence, and Information Technology (IT) topics will be considered. 

  • To Submit your Speaking Proposal email

About JBLM

Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) became one of 12 joint bases across the Department of Defense in 2010 when Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base merged.  Joint Base Lewis-McChord is a strategically-vital, joint force power projection platform. The installation hosts I Corps, 7th Infantry Division, the Network Enterprise Center (NEC), Madigan Army Hospital, 62nd and 446th Airlift Wings, Western Air Defense Sector, and more. Joint Base Lewis-McChord supports more than 40,000 service members, including active duty, National Guard and reserve members, approximately 14,000 full-time civilian employees — including Department of Defense contractors and other civilian employees. 


The Pacific Northwest (PNW) Chapter of AFCEA International connects, educates, and informs people from the intelligence and information and communications technology (ICT) industries, government, academia, and communities in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States to share ideas and solutions globally.


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