CACI International Inc. will host a symposium April 2 in conjunction with the Center for Security Policy and the U.S. Naval Institute on combating asymmetric threats.
Entitled The Interplay of Offense and Defense, participants will asses U.S. offensive and defensive powers, with a particular focus on the state of U.S. asymmetric advantages and how the U.S. can best recapture lost advantages as the nation seeks to secure national security and national interests.
Jack London, CACI executive chairman and former CEO, released his most recent snapshot on the state of asymmetric threats to U.S. national security in January, focusing on self-imposed vulnerabilities and flaws working against national security.
Click here for more on his insight into the nature of asymmetric threats to domestic national security.
Hon. Jon Kyl, U.S. Senator from Arizona between 1995 and 2012, and LTG Michael Flynn, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, are both confirmed to speak at the Ronald Reagan building, where the symposium will be held.
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