Robert Cardillo, director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, addresses members of United States Transportation Command and its component commands Jan. 18. Cardillo was the first guest in USTRANSCOM’s 30-4-30 Distinguished Speaker Series, an initiative to celebrate the command’s 30th anniversary in October 2017. Gen. Darren McDew, USTRANSCOM commander, has invited 30 four-star general officer, flag officer and equivalent strategic senior leaders to speak about how they view the globe, linkages between USTRANSCOM and the leader’s organization, and a vision for USTRANSCOM partnerships.
Robert Cardillo, director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, addresses members of United States Transportation Command and its component commands Jan. 18. Cardillo was the first guest in USTRANSCOM’s 30-4-30 Distinguished Speaker Series, an initiative to celebrate the command’s 30th anniversary in October 2017. Gen. Darren McDew, USTRANSCOM commander, has invited 30 four-star general officer, flag officer and equivalent strategic senior leaders to speak about how they view the globe, linkages between USTRANSCOM and the leader’s organization, and a vision for USTRANSCOM partnerships. Courtesy photo
Robert Cardillo, director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, addresses members of United States Transportation Command and its component commands Jan. 18. Cardillo was the first guest in USTRANSCOM’s 30-4-30 Distinguished Speaker Series, an initiative to celebrate the command’s 30th anniversary in October 2017. Gen. Darren McDew, USTRANSCOM commander, has invited 30 four-star general officer, flag officer and equivalent strategic senior leaders to speak about how they view the globe, linkages between USTRANSCOM and the leader’s organization, and a vision for USTRANSCOM partnerships. Courtesy photo

USTRANSCOM’s 30-4-30 Distinguished Speaker Series

January 26, 2017 01:19 PM

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