Special Operations: Irregular Warfare and Unified Action
12/16/2020 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
Theme : Special Operations: Irregular Warfare and Unified Action
Event Type : Webinar
Event Code : 188A
NDIA's Special Operations/Low-Intensity Conflict (SO/LIC) Division is hosting a webinar as part of their Virtual Strategic Series, with a focus on Special Operations: Irregular Warfare and Unified Action. This webinar will include an expert panel of government officials and industry leaders who will discuss the recently released unclassified irregular warfare annex, U.S. SOF alliances, great-power competition, and U.S. SOF's incredible historic, legislative, and policy roots to empower future international partner enablement and interagency collaboration.
The discussion will be moderated by Andrew "Swede" Borene of the NDIA SO/LIC Division Executive Board; he serves as the Division's Industrial Outreach Chair. Panelists include Daniel "Deak" Roh, Principal Director, Special Operations & Combatting Terrorism, Office of the Secretary of Defense (Policy); David Stephenson, Director, Office of Irregular Warfare & Competition, Joint Chiefs of Staff; and Kristen Hajduk, Former Special Assistant to Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.
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ContactMichael R. Weatherholt
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