Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium
Although recent military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have
demonstrated the critical role of America's Air Force in modern
warfare, there continue to be robust debates over what America's
future Air Force should look like. The Administration has laid the
groundwork for defense transformation; now the time has come to
execute the plan. Does the Air Force concentrate too heavily on
tactical aircraft at the expense of long-range strike capabilities?
How will global base restructuring fit into future Air Force
Please join us at The Heritage Foundation for a discussion by a
distinguished panel that will explore the future possibilities for
an efficient, effective United States Air Force.
More About the Speakers
Specialist in National Defense,
Congressional Research Service
Christopher Bowie, Ph.D.
Deputy Director, Air Force Strategic Planning, Deputy Chief of
Staff for Plans and Programs, Headquarters U.S. Air Force
Major General (Ret.) Robert McIntosh
Executive Director, Reserve Officers Association of the
Vice President, the Institute for Economic Freedom and Opportunity