The Defense One Summit 2016
At the 4th Annual Defense One Summit, global security leaders gathered to explore three themes — Crisis, Conflict, and Continuity — as the American presidency shifts to a new commander in chief.
As the war on terrorism rages on, senior officials will sit with national security journalists to discuss their views, goals, and predictions about a range of issues, from daily combat in Iraq to the grand-strategy games of the great powers, and the challenges of managing budgets, equipment, and people as they shift to a new administration.
News and Commentary from the 2016 Defense One Summit eBook
The 2016 Summit was a day of questions as much as answers. This eBook is a compilation of writings from that day, including a commentary from U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein, posted the day of the Summit, in which the chief outlines his vision of a digitally interconnected future of combined arms. Download Now!
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