CLOSED: The Most Significant Threats to U.S. Naval Forces and How U.S. Naval Forces Plan to Operate in a Contested Environment

Subcommittee: SUBCOMMITTEE ON SEAPOWER Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Time: 10:30 AM Location: Room SVC-217, The Office of Senate Security in the Capitol Visitor Center

Agenda

To receive a briefing on the most significant threats to U.S. Naval Forces and how U.S. Naval Forces plan to operate in a contested environment.

Witnesses

1

  1. Mr. Anthony Schinella
    National Intelligence Officer for Military Issues, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
  2. Two Senior Intelligence Analysts, Defense Intelligence Agency
  3. Mr. John F. Stratton
    Senior Military Analyst, Office of Naval Intelligence

2

  1. Vice Admiral William R. Merz, USN
    Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Warfare Systems
  2. Lieutenant General David H. Berger, USMC
    Deputy Commandant of the Marine Corps for Combat Development and Integration