SNA West Coast Symposium Set for San Diego

Monday, August 11, 2008

The Surface Navy Association's annual West Coast Symposium is scheduled for August 28 at Naval Station San Diego.  The presenters are expected to discuss how surface warriors are making a difference around the globe. For more information and to register, visit: http://www.navysna.org/2008WCS/Index.htm

The agenda is as follows:

Executing the Maritime Strategy

0700-0750       Registration & Check-in/Coffee & Breakfast

0700-1800       Exhibits Open

0750-0800       Welcome Aboard to West Coast Symposium 2008

CAPT R. Smith (SNA San Diego Chapter President)

0800-0805       Morning Colors

0805-0820       Opening Remarks

VADM Derwood C. Curtis (CNSF)

0820-0900       International Programs and how they support the

Maritime Strategy

RDML Nevin P. Carr, Jr. (Director, Navy IPO)

0900-0915       Break in Exhibit Area

0915-1000       The Maritime Strategy in

RDML Philip H. Greene, Jr. (CJTF - Horn of )

1000-1045       The Maritime Strategy in the Pacific

RADM Charles W. Martoglio (PACOM J3)

1045-1100       Break in Exhibit Area

1100-1145       The Maritime Strategy in the

RDML Scott H. Swift (COMCARGRU NINE)

1200-1330       Lunch onboard USS BONHOMME RICHARD (LHD-6), Pier 2

1245-1330       Luncheon Speaker

CAPT Jeffrey L. Bacon, USN (Ret), author of Broadside

1345-1415       CNSF Force Master Chief Comments

FORCM(SW/AW) Michael D. Schanche

1415-1500       Resourcing the Maritime Strategy

VADM Bernard J. McCullough, III (N8, OPNAV)

1500-1700       Surface Warfare Join-up

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