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    Joint Warfighting Conference

    Tuesday, 10 May 2011:

    Kickoff Address by LtGen Robert E. Schmidle, Jr., USMC


    Panel: Looking Ahead: What's Working That We Can Use in Full Spectrum Ops?

    Moderator: LTG John R. "Bob" Wood, USA (Retired), former Deputy Commander U.S. Joint Forces Command


    Luncheon Keynote Address by ADM John C. Harvey, Jr., USN, Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command

    View the transcript of ADM Harvey's address.


    Panel: Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief: What Can We Learn from Haiti and Pakistan?

    Moderator: Dr. Linton Wells II, Ph.D., Director, Center for Technology and National Security Policy National Defense University


    Plenary Session: China Factors: Are the Chinese Doing to Us What We Did to the Russians?

    Moderator: Mr. David Hartman, Author and former Host, Good Morning America


    Wednesday, 11 May, 2011:

    Plenary Address by The Honorable Michael Wynne, former Secretary of the Air Force


    Panel: Irregular Warfare: How Do We Achieve Dominance?

    Moderator: LtCol Frank Hoffman, USMCR (Ret.), Senior Director, Naval Capabilities and Readiness Department of the Navy


    Panel: Ballistic Missile Defense: How Do We Achieve the Right Balance Between Traditional Missions and Burgeoning Requirements?

    Moderator: CAPT R. Robinson Harris, USN (Ret.), Director, Advanced Concepts Lockheed Martin Mission System and Sensor


    Lunchon Address by GEN Ray Odierno, USA, Commander, U.S. Joint Forces Command


    Panel: Cyber Warfare: How Do We Provide Assured Comms to the Warfighter?

    Moderator: LTG Jeffrey Sorenson, USA (Ret.), former Chief Information Officer/G-6, Department of the Army


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