Rising challenges from peer and near-peer competitors. The race to acquire hypersonics technology. Rapid acquisition. Ensuring that the United States keeps its military advantage. Hear from Dr. Michael D. Griffin, under secretary of defense for research and engineering, as he shares his perspective on these topics and more.
Friday, July 13
8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Southern Maryland Higher Education Center
Dr. Griffin is responsible for the research, development, and prototyping activities across the DoD. He oversees the activities of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Missile Defense Agency, the Strategic Capabilties Office, Defense Innovation Unit Experimental, the DoD Laboratory enterprise, and the Under Secretariat staff focused on developing advanced technology and capability for the U.S. military.
There is no cost to attend this program. Please register in advance online or call 301-866-1739.
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