Dr. Thomas Mahnken, testified before the House Armed Services Committee in a hearing on "Readying the U.S. Military for Future Warfare" on Tuesday, January 30, 2018.
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Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Senator John McCain and Ranking Member, Senator Jack Reed hosted a hearing to explore the U.S. policy and strategy in the Middle East. CSBA Counselor Eric Edelman was invited to give testimony.
Statement Before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Recommendations for a Future National Defense Strategy
Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Senator John McCain and Ranking Member, Senator Jack Reed hosted a hearing for outside experts to explore recommendations for a future national defense strategy. CSBA President and CEO Dr. Thomas G. Mahnken was invited to give testimony.
Statement Before the Senate and Armed Services Committee Subcommittee on Seapower Options and Considerations for Achieving a 355-ship Navy
“Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Seapower, Senator Roger Wicker and Ranking Member, Senator Mazie Hirono hosted a hearing to explore options and considerations for achieving a 355-ship Navy. CSBA Senior Fellow Bryan Clark was invited to give testimony.”
House Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces Chairman Wittman and Ranking Member Courtney host a hearing to explore the challenges and opportunities of Amphibious Warfare in a Contested Environment.
Congressional Steel Caucus Chairman Tim Murphy (R-PA) and Vice Chairman Pete Visclosky (D-IN) hosted the Steel Caucus annual hearing, “America Rebounding: Steel in 2017 and Beyond.” The purpose of the hearing was to provide Members with the opportunity to ask questions and hear directly from steel industry stakeholders on the role steel is likely to play in national infrastructure projects under discussion, as well as other policies and developments impacting the success of the domestic steel industry.