Guice Offshore (GO), widely considered to be the U.S. flag leader in operating dynamically positioned mini supply and medium-sized multi-purpose vessels in the specialty market, will be attending the upcoming Sea, Air and Space Expo, which runs from April 3-5, 2023 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.
The Sea-Air-Space Exposition was founded by the Navy League of the United States in 1965 as a way to bring the U.S. defense industrial base, private-sector U.S. companies and key military decision-makers from the sea services together for an annual innovative, educational, professional event located in the heart of Washington, D.C.
Sea-Air-Space brings the U.S. defense industry and key military decision-makers together for three days of informative educational sessions, important policy discussions and a dynamic exhibit hall floor.
Sea-Air-Space attracts thousands of maritime leaders from sea services around the globe, making it the largest and one of the longest-running maritime expos in America. Representing Guice Offshore at the event will be Sales and Marketing Vice President David Scheyd.
“Guice Offshore is very honored to support our men and women in uniform and the many other branches of the U.S. government,” Scheyd said. “GO vessels are regularly employed in a variety of support roles including R&D, offshore training and drills, logistics and special projects.”
For example, the Guice Offshore multi-purpose vessel GO America, based in Port Everglades, Florida in Fort Lauderdale, operates in conjunction with our partners Global SubDive to support a large array of Government projects, often utilizing GSD submarines and ROVs. Similarly, partner Ryan Marine is an expert in the field of unmanned vehicle operation which allows us to provide turnkey AUV and UUV services to Government agencies anywhere in the U.S. and Caribbean.
Guice Offshore also supports the aerospace industry, an important and growing segment of the global economy and the maritime sector that is principally focused on the activities centered around space craft and space flight. Originally for governments, but now ever-expanding to address commercial needs and even eco-tourism, this broad and complex industry incorporates an offshore component often associated with R&D projects and recovery operations.
What’s Happening This Year at the Sea, Air and Space Expo?
Sea-Air-Space is owned and produced by the Navy League of the United States and continues as an invaluable extension of the Navy League’s mission of maritime policy education and sea service support.
At Sea-Air-Space, exhibitors and attendees experience:
- Numerous networking and business-generating opportunities with policy-makers, purchasing agents and end users.
- Guided VIP tours of the exhibit floor, linking customers directly to suppliers.
- Professional development opportunities with the most up-to-date information regarding the current state of the defense industry as well as a vision of the future.
- Dynamic luncheon and keynote speakers provide an open forum to fully disclose up-to-the-minute information and paint a realistic picture of the future.
To view the 2023 daily agendas, click below:
To view the roster of speakers at the event, click here.
To read each day’s edition of Seapower magazine, the official publication of the Navy League of the United States, is the official show daily publication for Sea-Air-Space, click here.
Special events this year include:
The Navy is Open for Business: Are you confident your company has the next big product, tool, or idea for the Department of the Navy? Compete for the chance to make your case live and in person at Sea-Air-Space for our second annual “Navy is Open for Business” small business showcase event.
With this opportunity, small businesses, as defined by the Small Business Administration, can submit an entry form that will be reviewed by the Department of the Navy Office of Small Business Programs and then select 10 to 12 companies with the most promising submissions.
Those companies will secure a 10-minute spot to present their idea to a panel of experts from across the Department of the Navy
International Maritime Reception
Date: Monday, April 3
Time: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: Potomac Pre-Function and Deck
This ticketed event is complimentary to members of international delegations, members of the civil service and active-duty military who have preregistered.
Sea-Air-Space Exhibition Hall Reception
Date: Tuesday, April 4
Time: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: Prince George’s Exhibition Hall
This reception is open to registered and badged exhibitors, pre-registered active duty military in uniform, members of the civil service, speakers and members of the international delegations. All others must purchase tickets.
Presentation of the Albert A. Michelson and Fleet Adm. Chester A. Nimitz Awards to Recognize Outstanding Industry Innovators and Leaders
The Albert A. Michelson Award honors a civilian scientist, technical innovator or group or organization that has demonstrated scientific or technical achievement that has resulted in a significant improvement in the strength of our maritime forces or to the enhancement of our industrial-technology base.
The Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Award honors a leader of industry who has made a major contribution to our nation’s maritime strength and/or enhanced our national security. The award is for the person that best exemplifies the leadership, statesmanship and dedication to our country that was exhibited by the award’s namesake, Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.
Admiral Vern Clark and General James L. Jones Safety Awards
The Admiral Vern Clark and General James L. Jones Safety Awards for fiscal year 2022 will be presented to recipients at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition 2023, at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, Maryland.
Each year at Sea-Air-Space, the Navy League presents a minimum of two awards, one Navy and one Marine Corps, to Department of Navy organizations and/or personnel whose innovative actions, examples or suggestions have reduced fatalities and/or mishaps among Sailors, Marines or civilians within the department.
These awards provide special recognition to individuals, units or organizations that, through their example, advance a culture of safety. The purpose of the awards is to further stimulate safety ideas, suggestions, programs, and other actions that will reduce mishaps and fatalities.
More than one winner of each award may be selected at the discretion of the Navy League awards selection board based on the number and quality of nominations received.
About the Navy League of the United States
The Navy League of the United States, founded in 1902 with the support of President Theodore Roosevelt, is a nonprofit civilian, educational and advocacy organization that supports America’s sea services: the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and U.S.-flag Merchant Marine.
As part of its mission focus, the Navy League of the United States:
- Enhances the morale of sea service personnel and their families through national and council level programs.
- Provides a powerful voice to educate the public and Congress on the importance of our sea services to our nation’s defense, well-being and economic prosperity.
- Supports youth through programs, such as the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, Junior ROTC and Young Marines, that expose young people to the values of our sea services.
The Navy League has more than 30,000 individual members, more than 200 councils and, more than 240 corporate and community affiliate members.