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Virtual Event | Righting the Ship: Restoring American Seapower in Tough Times
The guided-missile destroyer USS Sampson, bottom, and underway replenishment oiler USNS Pecos conduct a replenishment at sea. (U.S. Navy)
The guided-missile destroyer USS Sampson, bottom, and underway replenishment oiler USNS Pecos conduct a replenishment at sea. (U.S. Navy)

Virtual Event | Righting the Ship: Restoring American Seapower in Tough Times

This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EST, Monday, February 7. Register for the event here.

The U.S. Navy faces challenges not seen since the prelude to World War II. Increasing demands have depleted the fleet’s readiness, and tight budgets constrain the Navy’s ability to build the next-generation capabilities needed to counter great power opponents China and Russia. Meanwhile, Moscow and Beijing continue their programs of coercion and gray-zone aggression against U.S. allies and partners. Regaining a maritime advantage will require creativity, resolve, and leadership from the Pentagon and Congress. Please join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Bryan Clark for a conversation on these pressing issues with Congresswoman Elaine Luria, Vice Chair of the House Armed Services Committee and a retired Navy commander.

Speakers

Congresswoman Elaine Luria

U.S. Representative, Virginia's 2nd District, and Vice Chair, House Armed Services Committee

Bryan Clark

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

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