10 April 2007

Cold War Submarine Intell Ops Seminar

Passing along FYI for those who may happen to be in the area tomorrow (11 Apr) evening:

The Naval Historical Foundation and The Naval Submarine League sponsor a seminar on the Cold War Under the Sea:

"How Submarine Intelligence Collection Made A Difference - Lessons from the Past"

1830-2100 EDT
April 11, 2007

U. S. Navy Memorial
701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, D. C.

Admission is Free! Please register by email - subleague@cavtel.net or
calling 703-256-0891 or toll free 1-877-280-7827.

"In the Cold War, the submarine became the direct agent of strategy as the guarantor of the strange two-sided peace which ended in the 1990's *," Thomas Parrish, 2004

That strategy was based on surveillance and reconnaissance by the submarines of
the United States and its allies.


Vice Admiral
Roger Bacon, USN (Ret)
Former Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Submarine
Warfare Former Commander, Submarine Force, Atlantic Fleet Senior Lecturer (USW),
US Naval Postgraduate School

Rear Admiral Thomas Brooks, USN (Ret)
Former Director of Naval Intelligence
Former OIC, Fleet Operational
Surveillance Information Center, Atlantic

Mr. Richard Haver
Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence
Former Director of the [Intelligence]
Community Management Staff


Rear Admiral Thomas Evans,
USN (Ret)
Former Commanding Officer, USS BATFISH (SSN-681)
Former Deputy
Commander (Submarines), Naval Sea Systems Command