An American Expat's View on European Security
Hinshaw's Veterans Employee Resource Group is proud to present "An American Expat's View on European Security" on Tuesday, May 24. Drawing on his experience as the Executive Assistant to the NATO Special Operations Headquarters Commander and two European Embassy Tours, Retired Colonel Jeffrey Fischer will share his insights on European security and more:
- Europe's Hollow Forces
- NATO's Distance Dilemma
- The most likely recourse for the next 5 years
- Implications for the U.S. Defense industry
Colonel Fischer retired from the U.S. Air Force as the Executive Assistant to the NATO Special Operations Headquarters (NSHQ) Commander. NSHQ is the senior most Special Operations strategic organization in NATO, crafting doctrine, policy, and strategy as well as ensuring adherence to standardization of operations, tactics, techniques and procedures. Colonel Fischer was the Commander’s principal confidant, trusted advisor and senior manager of the Command Staff. He was the principal gatekeeper of all information in and out of the Commander’s office as well as primary manager of his time.
Interested in reading military fiction thrillers? Jeffrey Fischer recently published, Live Range, available now on Amazon.
CLE credit is not available for this program.
Please contact Cheryl Winkowski.