Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium
military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have demonstrated the
critical role of America's Navy in modern warfare, there continues
to be explosive debate over what America's future naval forces
should look like. The Administration has laid the groundwork for
defense transformation; now the time has come to execute the plan.
Does the Navy concentrate too heavily on the air craft carrier
battle group? Has the time arrived for new naval
organizations and platforms? Will shipbuilding be dangerously
curtailed due to inadequate resources? How will global base
restructuring fit into future naval requirements?
Please join us for a discussion by a distinguished panel that will
explore the future possibilities for an efficient, effective United
Specialist in National Defense
Congressional Research Service
Commander Gregory Glaros
Office of Force Transformation
Office of the Secretary of Defense
Senior Policy Analyst
Center for Strategic Budgetary Assessment
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Dr. H.H. Gaffney
Director, Strategy and Concepts, Center for Strategic Studies, The
Vice President, the Institute for Economic Freedom and Opportunity
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