Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Anti-Piracy @ Heritage

Earlier today at The Heritage Foundation, there was a panel on piracy titled, Anti-Piracy Hardware: Keeping Ships Out of Harms Way.

The host was Jena Baker McNeill, Homeland Security Policy Analyst, Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation, and the panel was moderated by Ethel Machi Homeland Security Science and Technology Consultant.

The panel members were Martin Murphy, Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, Josh Robbins, Project Director, American Defense Systems, Inc. - and someone very familiar to the the listeners to Navy milblog radio's
Midrats; Claude Berube who teaches at the United States Naval Academy.

It's OK if you aren't a member of the Potomac Flotilla and couldn't make it in person - thanks to the good people at Heritage, we have the video.

Enjoy, this is varsity intellectual football.

If you liked listening to Claude, check him out on Midrats on Episode 2 and Episode 7.


xformed said...

BREAKING! DoD says women on subs!

Andrewdb said...

A woman USNA grad pointed out to me that they trhow a sop to the women every time DADT comes up - in 1993 it was flying. 

Andrewdb said...

Heritage, AEI and Cato all have excellent programs, all on RSS feeds for podcasts.

Now if I could just get Congress to listen to Heritage for foreign and defense policy, and CATO for domestic stuff!