Sunday, December 9, 2007: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Royal Palm Salon One, Royal Palm Ballroom, First Floor (Town & Country)

Section Symposium: Entomology in the DoD: Accomplishments and the Future

Organizer(s): Jamie Blow,
8:00 AM Introductory Remarks
8:05 AM0014Air Force medical entomology
James Swaby,, William Rogers,
8:25 AM0015Medical entomology in the United States Army: A historical perspective
Jamie Blow,
8:45 AM0016Navy entomology
Gregory Beavers,
9:05 AM0017DoD entomology: Air Force, Army, Navy and civilians working together
Richard N. Johnson,
9:25 AM Break
9:35 AM0018Entomology research in the DoD: It's not what you might think
Amy Korman,
9:55 AM0019Finding better ways to kill bugs and protect military personnel: Update on the Deployed Warfighter Protection research program
Stanton E. Cope
10:15 AM 0020Vector surveillance and control in a combat zone: The importance and challenges
James Meckel,
10:35 AM0021A historical perspective on Air Force aerial spray operations
Mark Breidenbaugh,
10:55 AM 0022Navy operational entomology in a combat zone
Toby Palmer,
11:15 AM 0023Air Force operational entomology
Timothy Davis,
11:35 AM0024Tails from the South Pacific
Jennifer Remmers,
11:55 AM Concluding Remarks

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