Events for Monday, May 6, 2019
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What does it take to command our maritime forces? Our panel of Sea Service Chiefs will discuss the myriad of opportunities and challenges our commanders face while operating on land, sea, and air.
What are the challenges and opportunities for our sea services in the Arctic Region as other nations stake claims, extract resources and conduct patrols? Our panelists will discuss the strategies that the United States and our International allies are deploying to form partnerships and interoperability in the frozen domain.
Satellites, missiles, and GPS are just a few tools deployed into Space to aid, educate, and protect our great nation. What new technologies and strategies are our services using in space to continue this mission and where will these new opportunities take us?
Between aviation advancements of new planes and technologies, and an aging fleet, where are we headed when we look forward to aviation innovations and modernization.
As threats of war and conflict increase in the Pacific and related shipping lanes, what are we doing to maintain superiority and collaboration with our strongest allies in the region? Not only protecting the United States from military conflict, but keeping the waters open for Indo-Pacific trade routes and bolstering our economic prosperity is a monumental task. Hear from our panel of international experts in this area of responsibility about how our sea services continue to collaborate and operate.
Hear from a panel of international naval leadership on the current state of foreign navies and their partnerships for cooperative naval alliances with the United States.