RUSI(NS)-NORAD & USNORTHCOM – Distinguished Speakers 26 January 2022 – Arctic Maritime Security
The Royal United Services Institute of Nova Scotia and the North American Aerospace Defense Command and United States Northern Command (NORAD and USNORTHCOM) extend an invitation to presentations Wednesday, 26 January 2022, by Captain Alan McCabe, Chief of Response, District 17, United States Coast Guard; and Commander Corey Gleason, Royal Canadian Navy, first Commanding Officer, HMCS Harry DeWolf. The topic of their presentations is “Arctic Maritime Security: US Coast Guard and Canadian Navy Operations.” Their bios are attached.
The Arctic is reemerging as a growing theatre of strategic competition from both Russia and China. The Arctic region is an ‘avenue of approach’ to North America for air, space, maritime, and land threats – directly over the pole ‘in and through’ Canada. The United States Coast Guard and Canadian Navy are the ‘First Line of Defence’ with their proven Arctic maritime response capabilities, provide credible deterrence, and conduct joint operations to counter new and emerging threats to the North American Arctic.
The talk will start at 1 pm Halifax time, Wednesday, 26 January, then be followed by Q&A and finish by 3 pm Halifax time.
Registration is required. There is no fee to attend this event. To register, email RUSINovaScotia@gmail.com by close-of-business Sunday, 23 January. As the subject line for your registration email, put: RUSI(NS) Distinguished Speakers 26 January 2022 Registration. In addition to your name, please provide your organization (association, company or unit). Participation is limited and later registrants may have to be put on a waiting list. If after registering your availability changes and you are no longer able to attend, please advise RUSI(NS) as soon as possible so your spot can be re-assigned.
The event will be done by Zoom. Instructions will be emailed to registrants by end Monday, 24 January. If you have not received them by end-of-day 24 January, please check your spam folder and, if necessary, email RUSI(NS).
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