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US Military Strength Conversation


January 12


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11:00 am



12:00 pm

EST

Please join BENS for a conversation and lunch on Wednesday, January 12th as we host Mr. Dakota Wood, Senior Research Fellow, Defense Programs, Center for National Defense, Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy. Dakota was a recent contributor to The Heritage Foundation’s Index of U.S. Military Strength. Dakota will discuss the U.S. military’s current state and its ability to perform its missions in today’s complex security.

Details

Date:
January 12
Time:
11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST
Cost:
$30
Event Category:

Organizer

Alexandra Volp
Email:
AVolp@bens.org

1030 15th St NW Suite 200 East

Washington,

DC

20005

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Cost: $30

Organizer:
Alexandra Volp

AVolp@bens.org

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Venue

BENS Headquarters
1030 15th St NW Suite 200 East
Washington, DC 20005
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