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Virtual Event | Lethality and the Future of U.S. Military Strategy

Virtual Event | Lethality and the Future of U.S. Military Strategy

Please be advised: This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, October 19. Register for the event here.

Join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Bryan Clark, leadership expert and technology entrepreneur David Roberts, and military expert and author Lt. Col. David Grossman for a discussion on the shift away from attrition and lethality as the primary paths to success in military operations. The advent of sophisticated surveillance systems, artificial intelligence-enabled unmanned vehicles, and electromagnetic, information, and cyber weapons has introduced methods of countering aggressors in ways that reduce a military’s reliance on destruction and killing. Chinese and Russian forces are already exploiting these trends in their gray-zone operations, whereas U.S. tactics continue to generate collateral casualties that undermine America’s strategic goals. The U.S. military must recognize that information and decision-making are becoming the central battlefield of future competitions or find itself at a distinct disadvantage. Please join our expert panel for a discussion of these critical issues.

Speakers

David Roberts

CEO, GEDI Training

Lt. Col. David Grossman, USA (Ret.)

Author of "On Killing"

Moderator

Bryan Clark

Senior Fellow and Director, Hudson Center for Defense Concepts and Technology

Hudson Experts

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