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NEWPORT, R.I. -- A faculty team from the National Security Decision Making Department presented a two-day national security symposium, entitled "The Shape of Things to Come," March 27-28, to an audience in San Mateo, Calif.

SAN MATEO, Calif. (March 28, 2010) NSDM Professors Al Shimkus, Tom Fedyszyn, Rick Norton and Doug Wadsworth conduct a panel Q&A session as the final event of a two-day National Security Symposium entitled "The Shape of Things to Come."  The annual event was attended by over 175 reservists, Navy Leaguers and members of the Naval War College Foundation at San Mateo College on March 27-28. (Photo provided by Prof. Tom Fedyszyn)The faculty included Drs. Al Shimkus, Tom Fedyszyn, Rick Norton and Col. Doug Wadsworth, U.S. Marine Corps. 

They presented seven briefings on topics related to future-oriented national security issues and conducted a question and answer panel session as the final event.  The topics included future geopolitical forces; implications of technological advances; the role of reconstruction and humanitarian assistance as a necessary complement to military operations; and the future of the Marine Corps and the Navy.
 
Held annually for Naval Reserve Readiness Command Southwest, the event was attended by more than 175 reservists, Navy Leaguers and members of the Naval War College Foundation at San Mateo College.


Naval War College National Security Symposium "The Shape of Things to Come" Agenda (.pdf)

From Naval War College Public Affairs