Date: February 11, 2022
Time: 1:30 pm - 5:15 pm
Timezone: America/New York
Marine Corps University, Warner Center
2044 South Street
On Friday, February 11, 2022, JUMP hosted an event at Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia in its first partnership with the Marine Corps University, and in collaboration with the Embassy of Japan. This event featured remarks on the U.S.-Japan security alliance by BGen Mark Clingan (USMC), Assistant Deputy Commandant, CD&I, Marine Corps University, and Maj Gen Hiroyuki Sugai (JASDF), Defense and Air Attaché, Embassy of Japan, as well as a panel of experts providing commentary on how to preserve peace and stability in the South China Sea. The panel was moderated by Ambassador Kurt Tong, Partner at The Asia Group. The audience included students of the Marine Corps War College, many of whom have served or will serve in Japan.
– Brigadier General Walker Field (USMC), President, Marine Corps University
– Brigadier General Mark Clingan (USMC), Assistant Deputy Commandant of CD&I, Marine Corps University
– Major General Hiroyuki Sugai (JASDF), Defense, Air, and Space Attaché, Embassy of Japan
– Dr. Satohiro Akimoto, Director of JUMP; Chairman and President of Sasakawa USA
– Mr. Robert Peterson, Acting Director, Marine Corps History Division
– Lieutenant General Wallace “Chip” Gregson, Assistant Secretary of Defense, Asian and Pacific Security Affairs (2009-2011)
– The Honorable Randall Schriver, Chairman of the Board, Project 2049; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs (2018-2020)
– Colonel Yusuke Kawachi (JGSDF), Military Attaché, Embassy of Japan
– Dr. Chris Yung, Academic Dean, Marine Corps War College
This event was held in cooperation with the Marine Corps University, the Embassy of Japan in the United States, and Sasakawa USA.
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