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National Security Roundtable with Major General Bennet Sacolick, USA

On January 25, JINSA's hosted its fifth National Security Roundtable with Major General Bennet Sacolick, USA, Commanding General of the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School at Fort Bragg.

MG Sacolick has had various staff assignments to include chief of current operations at the Joint Special Operations Command and the Deputy Director for Defense at the CIA’s Counter Terrorism Center. He has completed tours with 1st Battalion, 509th Airborne Battalion Combat Team in Vicenza,Italy; 3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in Panama; Military Advisor in El Salvador; and more than 12 years in 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta, culminating as both the unit and task force commander during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

MG Sacolick has participated in combat operations in El Salvador, Peru, Colombia and nameds operations: Just Cause, Desert Storm, Task Force Ranger, Joint Endeavor, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.

The National Security Roundtable was formed to explore issues affecting both American and Israeli security. Roundtable participants are invited to briefings on security and defense issues four to six times a year.

Past National Security Roundtable briefings: General James Cartwright, USMC (Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff; Lt. Gen. David Fridovich, USA (Deputy Commander, US Special Operations Command); Gen. Douglas Fraser, USAF (Commander, US Southern Command); Assistant Director Doron Tenne, Israel Security Agency (Shabak/ShinBet).

For more information on JINSA's National Security Roundtable, please click here.

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