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The Honorable John Tien, Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security visited with BENS members in Washington, DC. He discussed the Department’s priorities for protecting the nation while adapting to a threat landscape that has evolved substantially since the Department’s creation.

In a message following the October 6, 2022 BENS event in New York City, Admiral Linda Fagan, Commandant, United States Coast Guard, said:

“Thank you BENS for your continued support and commitment to advancing national security. I truly appreciate the opportunity to connect and engage in meaningful dialogue surrounding talent management, technology, and the future of the U.S. Coast Guard.”

Lieutenant General Christopher T. Donahue, Commanding General, XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg, spoke to a virtual BENS audience on October 12, 2022. He provided an overview of the Corps, its units and missions, and some current challenges facing the Army.

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