Upcoming Event on Nuclear Wargaming and Dr. Philip Sabin at the Center for Applied Strategic Learning

CASL is pleased to announce two upcoming events that we believe will be of interest to many of you.

On May 2nd, from 1600-1800 we will be holdinng a special session of our Roundtable on Innovation in Strategic Gaming Series focused on Nuclear Gaming.  Our speakers for this event and the subjects of their presentations will be:

Dr. Tim Moench, Air Force Global Strike Command Wargaming and Strategic Studies – Nuclear Wargaming

Dr. Chris Yeaw, Air Force Global Strike Command Chief Scientist – Air Force Nuclear Escalation in 21st Century Conflicts

Mr. John Harris, Headquarters Air Force Concepts, Strategy, and Wargaming Division (Skunk Works) – Unified Engagement 2012

You can view the full invitation at: CASL Rountables on Strategic Gaming – 2 May 2012 invite

If you are interesting in attending the session on Nuclear Wargaming, please RSVP to CASL.RSVP@gmail.com.  In your email, please let us know if you will be attending in person or remotely, via audio streaming.

On May 9th from 1600-1800, Dr. Philip Sabin, Professor of Strategic Studies in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, will be presenting on ‘The Continuing Merits of Manual Wargaming’. The session will include a presentation by Dr. Sabin, followed by a discussion amongst the attendees.  Dr. Sabin’s lecture will build on his recently published book Simulating War, as well as his ongoing support of the UK defense community.

You can view the full invitation at: Invitation- Dr Philip Sabin at CASL

If you are interesting in attending the session on Nuclear wargaming, please RSVP to CASLlecturesRSVP@gmail.com.  In your email, please let us know if you will be attending in person or remotely, via audio streaming.

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