This event occurred on April 10-11, 2013
Dear Intelligence Professional:
It is often said we are in an "era of enduring conflict." With combat operations in Iraq concluded, the drawdown in progress in Afghanistan, and the defense budget tightening, it is an appropriate time to consider how the nature of warfare has changed, how national security is impacted by challenges other than full spectrum warfare, and how this evolving landscape affects the Intelligence Community.
The 32nd AFCEA Spring Intelligence Symposium will consider these questions by bringing together some of the Nation’s best thinkers, warfighters, and intelligence practitioners. Keynote speakers will include The Honorable James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence; General Keith B. Alexander, USA, Commander, U.S. Cyber Command and Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service; LTG James Dubik, USA (Ret.) Dubik Associates, LLC; Lt Gen Burton Field, USAF, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, Plans and Requirements, Headquarters U.S. Air Force; LTG Michael Flynn, USA, Director, Defense Intelligence Agency; Ms. Letitia Long, Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency; and Mr. Kevin Meiners, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Portfolio, Programs and Resources.
In addition, speakers in focused sessions will explore:
- On War: Continuity, Change and Challenges
- The Warfighter Perspective: Planning Imperatives and the Implications for Intelligence
- Air Sea Battle and the Pivot to Asia
- The Role of Combat Support Agencies in an Era of Change
- Planning for the Future: Intelligence Technology and Investment
We are looking forward to two information-filled days! Please plan on joining us April 10-11, 2013, in the NGA Campus East facility for this important dialogue on Integrated Intelligence and the Changing
Nature of War.
Mr. Collin Agee
Senior Advisor for IC Engagement
Headquarters, Department of the Army
VADM Lowell Jacoby, USN (Ret.)
Executive Vice President
National Solutions Group
CACI International, Inc.
Lt Gen Bruce Wright, USAF (Ret.)
Vice President, C4ISR
Lockheed Martin Corporation