Events

Past Event

The Future of Dense Urban Combat: Achieving and Maintaining Decision Advantage

April 19, 2019
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
International Affairs Building, 420 W. 118 St., New York, NY 10027 Room 404
The Capstone The Information Environment in Dense Urban Areas, 2020-2040 and The Arnold Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies Present: The Future of Dense Urban Combat: Achieving and Maintaining Decision Advantage Colonel (Ret) Patrick J. Mahaney, Jr. U.S. Army: Director, National Center for Urban Operations Session 1: Future Military Operations in Urban Environments (1200-1300) Speaker: COL (Ret) Pat Mahaney, Director, National Center for Urban Operations Session 2: “Measurement Space Approach” - Problem, Condition, Solution (1300-1400) Speaker: COL (Ret) Kevin Felix, U.S Army Subterranean and Dense Urban Environment Materiel Developer Community of Practice Session 3: Data Integration and Enhancing Situational Awareness (1400—1500) Speaker: George “Clay” Puryear, Fellow, National Center for Urban Operations Session 4: Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and the future of Urban Conflict (1500-1600) Speaker: Dr. Vikram Mittal and MAJ JD Caddell, Professors of Systems Engineering, West Point Session 5: Expanding the Competitive Space: SOF Approaches to Future of Conflict (1600-1700) Speakers: COL John Litchfield, CMDR Jason Stahl, and LTC Joshua Thiel

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Jelena Jovic