United States Naval Academy Forum On Emerging and Irregular Warfare Studies (FEIWS). CAPT Tom Robertson, Senior Director [email protected] 410-293-6262. FEIWS Concept Brief. Introductions. CAPT Tom Robertson, USN - Director LTC Jon Klug, USA - Director
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Emerging Security Challenges
“Every day you spend here at USNA, you are building your foundation for understanding and for leadership.”
“How do I solve a complex problem when there is no checklist or easy answers?”
Faculty (military and civilian) collaboration to share papers, conference presentations, recent cultural or combat experience and research projects (USNA and international).
USNA Yard-wide presentations by group members or outside speakers to faculty, staff and midshipmen followed by small-group discussion or classroom visits.
Nine FEIWS-affiliated military faculty members have been deployed from USNA as advisors in embedded training teams or to senior operational staffs in Afghanistan and Iraq.
USNA FEIWS is currently an ad hoc and unfunded group. Possible partners, synergies (international collaboration) or funding sources – USNA Warfare Center of Excellence and/or connection with Cyber Center.
Relationships within the IW community are essential to improving our groups, staffing the war effort and also in disseminating lessons learned.
Potential exists to create a single point of contact “reachback” pool of expertise for use by combatant commanders linking with U. S. Military and other government agency capabilities.
Background slides deployed from USNA as advisors in embedded training teams or to senior operational staffs in Afghanistan and Iraq.