West Virginia University at Parkersburg
WVU Parkersburg president attending annual National Security Forum of the Air War College.
CONTACT: Marie Foster Gnage, WVU Parkersburg president, 304-424-8200.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The president of West Virginia University at Parkersburg is attending the 52nd annual National Security Forum of the Air War College this week (May 23-May 27).
Marie Foster Gnage was invited by Peter Teets, acting secretary of the U.S. Air Force, to participate in the forum which provides an opportunity for a candid exchange of views on national security matters.
Forum participants represent a cross section of civilian leaders from the fields of business, industry, labor, law, education, state and local government, media, the clergy and medicine; Air War College students, and senior military and civilian leaders. Approximately 140 are participating in the week's activities which include seminars, briefings, and panel discussions.
The NSF is being held at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Ala. The forum's purpose is to acquaint influential American civilians with the U.S. armed forces in order to encourage an appreciation for each other's perspectives.
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