AFA Breakfast Series:
Capitol Hill Edition

The AFA Breakfast Series on Capitol Hill addresses a variety of important topics such as the need to increase and train the necessary manpower to achieve the needed readiness to be an effective force, undertake the advanced research into the weapons and strategies of the future and build our airlifters, tankers, bombers jets and surveillance and reconnaissance platforms to ensure that America is protected into the future.

We examine all the major USAF acquisition and research and development programs including, the F-35,  the B-21 the KC-10 replacement and examine the entire range of major USAF conventional and acquisition programs critical to the future of the country's security. 

To do that, the Air Force must effectively tell its story to U.S. Congress, to other armed services, to the professional public policy and industry community as well as the media and the public at large. By enlisting senior USAF leadership, we are able to tell this important story by hosting the nation's top experts in and out of the USAF to speak at our Breakfast Seminars on Capitol Hill.

AFA Breakfast Series presents a discussion on the 16th Air Force, Air Forces Cyber

December 12, 2019

Capitol Hill Club

The Air Force Association is pleased to host our AFA Breakfast Series at the Capitol Hill Club, Dec. 12, when our featured speakers will be Lt. Gen. Mary O'Brien, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Cyber Effects Operations; and Lt. Gen. Timothy Haugh, Commander, 16th Air Force, Air Forces Cyber. They will discuss the standing up of the 16th Air Force and how the USAF is battling in the cyber fight.

Below is a listing of speakers who have spoken at AFA's Breakfast Series. Video, audio, and event transcripts are available for review.

General David Goldfein, Chief of Staff of the Air Force spoke at AFA's November 2019 breakfast series.

A video from the event can be found here.

AFA hosted Mr. Randall G. Walden, Director and Program Executive Officer for the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office (AFRCO) at AFA's Oct. 24, 2019 breakfast series event.

A video from the event can be found here.

AFA hosted Gen James M. Holmes, Commander, Air Combat Command at AFA's Aug. 23, 2019, Breakfast Series event.

A video from the event can be found here.

AFA hosted Lt Gen L. Scott Rice, Military Deputy, Director of the Air National Guard spoke at AFA's May 2019 Breakfast Series event.

A video from the event can be found here.

Lt Gen Arnold Bunch, Military Deputy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, spoke at AFA's February 2019 breakfast series event.

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General Stephen Wilson, Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force, discussed expanding the competitive space at AFA's November breakfast series event.

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Lt Gen VeraLinn "Dash" Jamieson is the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance. She spoke at AFA's July 2018 breakfast series about ISR today and into the future, including updates on our peer adversaries Russia and China. 

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General John Raymond is the Commander of US Space Command. General Raymond spoke at AFA's May 2018 breakfast series. General Raymond discussed a number of  initiatives to increase international cooperation on national security space have been announced or are in the works, including Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson’s announcement last month that the Air Force would expand the availability of space training to US allies, and the planned conversion this year of the Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg AFB, Calif., into a Combined Space Operations Center to integrate coalition partners. Space is a warfighting domain just like air, land, and sea, Raymond told the breakfast, and, “The way we operate in warfighting domains is we operate with our partners and with our allies, and we’re going to do the exact same thing in space.”

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General Robin Rand is the Commander of US Global Strike Command. General Rand spoke at AFA's April 2018 breakfast series he discussed the legacy of Air Force Global Strike Command as he prepares to retire. He gave updates on the progress that our peer adversaries are making and how the US Air Force is innovating to remain the best in the world. 

Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

This is an excellent opportunity for sponsors to meet, greet and listen to senior Air Force decision makers. Unique sponsorship opportunities are available for these events. If you are interested in sponsoring, please contact Perry Currier at pcurrier@afa.org, 703-247-5838 or Fred Ullman at fullman@afa.org, 703-247-5842.