Senior Leaders to Speak at AUSA’s LANPAC

Senior Leaders to Speak at AUSA’s LANPAC

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Several senior leaders, including the commanding general of U.S. Army Pacific and officials from partner armies in the Indo-Pacific, will speak at the Association of the U.S. Army’s LANPAC Symposium & Exposition in Hawaii.

The in-person three-day event, an international symposium and exhibition dedicated to land forces in the Indo-Pacific, is back after a two-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year’s event will take place May 17–19 at the Sheraton Waikiki in Honolulu, and it will feature leaders from the U.S. Army and partner armies in the Indo-Pacific and government and industry representatives.

Gen. Charles Flynn, who has led Army Pacific since last June, will kick off the symposium as the keynote speaker on the first day.

Also scheduled to speak during the symposium are Lt. Gen. Richard Burr, chief of Army for the Australian Army; Gen. SM Shafiuddin Ahmed, chief of Army staff for the Bangladesh Army; and Lt. Gen. Neil Thurgood, director of hypersonics, directed energy, space and rapid acquisition for the U.S. Army.

LANPAC also will include several panel discussions featuring military, industry and academic experts. Topics include the role of land forces in deterrence, training in the Indo-Pacific, multidomain operations, preparing for future challenges, and integrated air and missile defense.

Online registration for LANPAC is open through May 11, and all attendees and speakers must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Housing registration is also open, and AUSA has secured additional rooms at competitive rates.

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