Congested, Contested, and Competitive: The Future of Security and Commerce in Space

  • 3/14/2017 2:00 PM
  • The Army & Navy Club
    901 Seventeenth Street, NW
    Washington,  DC  20006
  • Event Type : Symposium
    Event Code : 7344


 This Event has been postponed due to the inclement weather expected in the Washingtonian Metropolitan Area on March 14, 2017.  Details on the new date and program will be posted as they are released.  

Access to space has emerged as a top priority in the realm of commerce and national security.  As the commercial satellite industry has expanded exponentially over the past decade, so has the ability for nations to leverage space for defensive – and potentially offensive – capabilities.  Meanwhile, the rapidly growing volume of orbital debris threatens commercial and government assets alike.

University of Arizona and the National Defense Industrial Association invite you to attend an event where thought leaders in the fields of commerce, national security, and academia discuss these challenges and questions.  The conversations, along with remarks by key congressional leaders, will highlight the critical decisions the United States Government must make in the near future to secure space for American prosperity and security.

Limited seating so register today!

Event begins at 2:00 PM - see Agenda for full event information.

The Army & Navy Club has daily valet parking for $22.  There are also a number of private parking garages located close to the Club.


Co-Hosted with


Carol Dwyer - Registration
(703) 247-9471