Please join us for a discussion with General John E. Hyten (USAF), Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
About this Event
General Hyten will discuss a number of strategic security issues related to nuclear weapons, WMD, and advanced technology, as well as his work as Co-Chair of the DoD COVID-19 Task Force.
The session will be moderated by Paul Bernstein, Distinguished Policy Fellow, CSWMD.
Biography: Gen. John E. Hyten serves as the 11th Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he is the nation’s second highest-ranking military officer and a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. General Hyten attended Harvard University on an Air Force Reserve Officer’s Training Corps scholarship, graduated in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in engineering and applied sciences, and was commissioned a second lieutenant. General Hyten’s career began in engineering and acquisition before transitioning to space operations. He has commanded at the squadron, group, wing, and major command levels. In 2006, he deployed to Southwest Asia as Director of Space Forces for operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. He commanded Air Force Space Command, and prior to his current assignment, was the Commander of U.S. Strategic Command, one of eleven Combatant Commands under the Department of Defense.
This presentation will be UNCLASSIFIED.