Professor Tom Fedyszyn, National Security Affairs Department, addressed the Providence Council on Foreign Relations on "Putin's Russia: On the Road to Success or Oblivion?" on Jan 12. The Council is composed of several hundred members sharing a common interest in international affairs and foreign policy. Approximately 100 members were in attendance for Professor Fedyszyn's talk.
Martin L. Cook, the Admiral James Bond Stockdale Professor of Professional Military Ethics at the United States Naval War College, will be the speaker for the 15th annual James Bond Stockdale Leadership Symposium at 6:30 p.m. in the University of San Diego (USD) Shiley Theatre on Jan. 25. Cook will discuss “Reflections on the Stockdale Legacy.” The purpose of the Stockdale Symposium is to help attendees to understand some of the difficult moral and ethical issues facing military officers today. USD’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences and the NROTC San Diego Battalion are sponsors of the symposium. The event is free and open to the public. Prior to the lecture in Shiley Theatre, there will be a public reception from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. in the School of Education, also located on the west end of the USD campus. For more information please visit the website
Professor Milan Vego, Joint Military Operations Department, was invited by the Army Chief of Staff, Future Warfare Division to participate in the Unified Quest 2012 "How the Army Fights" Seminar, Jan. 9-12, at the Bolger Center, Potomac, Md. The aim of the conference was to explore how the Army of 2020 will organize and employ its forces to provide depth and versatility to the joint force. Dr. Vego participated in the deliberations of the Senior Officer/SME Group (SOG) on Jan. 10-12.
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