The U.S. Naval Aeromedical Conference (USNAC) is hosted by the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute & the Society of United States Naval Flight Surgeons and held aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola.  This conference provides participants a robust opportunity to acquire the latest information regarding aerospace medicine, learn about emerging technologies, discuss leadership challenges facing CVN and the airwing, exchange lessons learned, and develop courses of action to improve aeromedical support to the fleet, fleet Marine force, and joint war fighters.  Continuing medical education credits will be provided at minimal cost to the government.


Designated flight surgeons attending may become FAA designated aviation medical examiners (AME) by enrolling in a course offered on site in conjunction with USNAC.  Separate application and prerequisites must be completed prior to attending.  Contact Mr. Michael L. Walter, for details (email address in Global).


A poster session/competition will be held.  See the poster page for more information.


Attendees are required to register on the registration page, there is no fee for attending the conference.  A block of rooms has been reserved at the Navy Gateway Inn & Suites on base.  Call 850-452-3625 to reserve your room in the USNAC block.  Tickets for social events are available on the tickets page.  Tickets will only be electronic so print your receipt - this is your ticket to the event!


Uniform: flight suits, Khaki, NWU or equivalent.


Awards for the Navy flight surgeon of the year, Reserve flight surgeon of the year, and AVT of the year will be announced/presented.

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