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Military leaders and analysts have focused on the Pacific theater as the next potential conflict zone, with China as the key “pacing threat.” The U.S. Army is increasing its presence in the region while providing support to Ukraine. Join Defense One as we talk with Army leaders about the lessons they’re learning from Ukraine and how it affects the service’s strategies and readiness in the Pacific.

Tallboy - A Neighborhood Joint
1239 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

4:30 pm | Networking
5:15 pm | Opening Remarks
5:20 pm | Panel Discussion
6:00 pm | Networking
7:00 pm | Event concludes

Free for government and military employees*
Industry, Contractors, & Retirees: $75.00
WT Insiders: $45.00**

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Panel Discussion

Defense One's Patrick Tucker sits down with Brigadier General Guillaume Beaurpere and Major General Christopher Eubank to dive into the lessons the Army is learning from the conflict in Ukraine and how it affects the service's strategies and readiness in the Pacific.


Brig. Gen. Guillaume Beaurpere, Commanding General, U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School

Maj. Gen. Christopher Eubank, Commanding General, U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command

Patrick Tucker, Science and Technology Editor, Defense One