This event happened on October 11, 2022
Russia’s invasion into Ukraine has prompted questions in militaries throughout the world. How have these events changed how Washington thinks of its own national security strategy, including its doctrine and acquisition practices? How should it re-examine the capabilities that will be necessary in a near-peer fight? And most importantly, what can be learned of the events from the past eight months? This event hosted by Defense News at AUSA explored how the invasion of Ukraine will alter acquisition needs in terms of speed and capability and how the events of the invasion challenged conventional thinking about acquisitions.
- Thomas Laliberty, President, Land Warfare & Air Defense, Raytheon Missiles & Defense
- Michael Williamson, Vice President and General Manager, Missiles and Fire Control, Lockheed Martin
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