APCSS Faculty holds panel at PACOM Conference photo

APCSS Faculty members take questions after their briefings on the Asia-Pacific region.

Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies’ (APCSS) faculty members led by Deputy Dean Army Col. (Ret.) Dave Shanahan held a panel session as part of U.S. Pacific Command’s (USPACOM) Science and Technology Conference (S&T) March 5 at the Hawaiian Hilton Village in Honolulu.

The APCSS faculty team briefed on Energy Security Issues (Dr. Bill Wieninger), Climate Change & Environmental Security Issues (Dr. Scott Hauger), Maritime Security Issues (Prof. Kerry Nankivell) and Information Technology & Cyber Security Issues (Prof. Butch Finley). APCSS Director Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Dan Leaf also briefed participants on the APCSS mission and the “Rebalance” of the Asia-Pacific region.

Pacific Command has hosted the Pacific Operational S&T Conference for the past 14 years. It is the largest combatant command S&T Conference, attended by more than 600 people. This conference supports Pacific Command by strengthening and advancing alliances and partnerships through science and technology.