Please register to attend the 2022 Strategic Landpower Symposium, either onsite or virtually, by using the registration tab at the top of this page.

 

The USAWC in partnership with HQDA G-3/5/7  will host the first annual Strategic Landpower Symposium (SLS) from 10-12 May at the Army Heritage and Education Center in Carlisle, PA, to solicit research and encourage professional discussion about The Future Role of Strategic Landpower in Integrated deterrence; Cooperation; Competition; and/or, Multi-Domain Operations. 

The research and products from this symposium will support HQDA and the Joint staff consideration of Strategic Landpower challenges. Participation is open to subject matter experts from within the Department of Defense, the Senior Service Colleges, and select civilian institutions. 

Army G3 LTG James Rainey, US Army North commander LTG John Evans, USAWC Commandant MG David Hill,  USAJFKSWCS Commandant Patrick Roberson, and Director of Concepts/AFC BG Stephanie Ahern highlight some of the compelling speakers amongst others who will engage Symposium participants. 

Symposium panel discussions will center on major topics that include: 

• Cooperation and Setting the Theater

• Integrated Deterrence and Campaigning  

• Homeland Defense 

• The Military Profession and Leadership 

• Future Warfare Challenges and Lessons from Recent Wars

The Strategic Landpower Integrated Research Project, a group of USAWC students and faculty, will also present their research findings at the Symposium.

 

US Army War College

Carlisle, PA 17013

2022 Landpower Symposium

Dr. Gregory Cantwell

Gregory.l.cantwell.civ@army.mil

(717) 245-3235

MAJ Justin Magula (USA)

Justin.m.magula.mil@army.mil

(717) 245-4814