Listen to our live virtual Aerospace Nation panel discussion on Airborne Augmented Reality with long-time SASC staffer Robert “Otis” Winkler and Red 6’s Gen (Ret) Mike Holmes and Dan Robinson. The U.S. Air Force pilot readiness gap is only increasing. The pace of technological innovation and adoption must accelerate rapidly in order to fill the pilot shortage gap and secure U.S. and allied airspace. This discussion examines how augmented reality and artificial intelligence can help
The Mitchell Institute invites you to watch our virtual Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense Forum featuring Dr. Mark Schneider, Senior Analyst at the National Institute for Public Policy. Dr. Schneider joined us at a critical time in the relationship between Washington and Moscow. He shared his insights into Russia’s nuclear modernization programs and doctrine, the importance of the U.S. nuclear triad, and considerations for the Biden administration’s approach to nuclear deterrence strategy.
President Biden’s defense team faces a number of challenges around the globe, but they also have significant opportunities to bolster America’s national security for decades to come. The Mitchell Institute hosts a live virtual Aerospace Nation event on Thursday, March 4 with Lt Gen (Ret) Dave Deptula, Dean, and Mr. Doug Birkey, Executive Director, as they discuss their new policy paper, Aerospace Vectors for the Incoming Biden Defense Team. Maj Gen (Ret) Larry Stutzriem, Director
Lt Gen James C. Slife, Commander of Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), joins us on Aerospace Nation. In the face of threats from a broad range of competitors, the demand for AFSOC capabilities and capacity is pronounced. Gen Slife is responsible for developing those forces to have the skills, resiliency, and relevance they need to compete and win across the spectrum of modern global competitions. Join us as we discuss AFSOC’s priorities for the
Brig Gen Heather Pringle, Commander of the Air Force Research Laboratory, joins us on Aerospace Nation. The critical technologies under development at AFRL are increasingly important to national security as peer and near-peer competitors continue to chip away at America’s technological warfighting advantage. Brig Gen Pringle shares how AFRL is adapting to this rapidly evolving technology landscape and provides updates on some of the Lab’s most promising research programs.
The Mitchell Institute hosts Gen James Dickinson, Commander of U.S. Space Command, on its Aerospace Nation Space Power Forum. Gen Dickinson’s leadership comes at a critical time as we look forward to the formation of a new U.S. defense strategy and as the importance of space capabilities intensifies as great power competition and warfighting evolves. He shares his insights into the establishment of a new SPACECOM headquarters, the U.S. response to the increasingly contested space
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