NPS Seapower Conversations - Intermediate Force Capabilities (Non-Lethal Weapons) [video]
Leimbach, Wendell B.
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As the Director of the Joint Intermediate Force Capabilities Office, Col Leimbach is directly responsible for all Intermediate Force Capabilities (IFC) within the Department of Defense. This presentation will focus on the relevance of IFC within the National Defense Strategy and Service specific Strategic Doctrine. Col Leimbach will cover current and potential future technologies within the critical force capability area. The SeaPower Conversation will include and approximately 40 minute presentation followed by Q&A. Moderated by Mr. Lawrence Walzer, Energy Academic Group, Naval Postgraduate School.
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