Author: Jayson Hayworth

May 2016 Luncheon – Lieutenant General Anthony G. Crutchfield, Deputy Commander, U.S. Pacific Command

AFCEA Hawaii welcomed Lieutenant General Anthony G. Crutchfield, Deputy Commander, U.S. Pacific Command. General Crutchfield went over the importance of the pacific command and stressed the key factors that make this area of the world a huge responsibility. Noting aspects such as having a high number of nuclear declared states and five of the seven U.S. Collective Defense Arrangements: “meaning an attack on those nations, means an attack on the United States.”  Crutchfield reviewed the topics that keep him awake at night and highlighted those that he felt was extremely important and demonstrated how they played a significant role...

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April 2016 Luncheon – Paul Delacourt, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Honolulu Division, Special Agent in Charge

AFCEA Hawaii welcomed Paul Delacourt, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Honolulu Division, Special Agent in Charge. Mr. Delacourt discussed the Bureau’s current priorities within Hawaii, and provided insight into the current challenges and issues the FBI presently faces. Mr. Delacourt explained that even in the light of a significant counterintelligence threat, the FBI focus is still on counter-terrorism including homegrown violent extremists and on-line radicalization. He elaborated stating: “There is no specific threat to Hawaii, but we’re still watching, because it may pop up at any time.” Mr. Delacourt highlighted the threat of ISIS and how ISIS compares to Al-Qaeda,...

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Tech on Tap – February 2016

The Young AFCEANs hosted their first Tech on Tap event at Iron’s Table and Tavern on the 24th of February. The event was an opportunity to bring together industry leaders, military members, and students. The attendees had two specific tech articles as discussion topics.

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AFCEA Hawaii conducts luncheons on the 2nd Tuesday of each month January - November at the Hale Ikena on Fort Shafter.

Luncheons are accessible to the public. You do not need a vehicle sticker or badge to get onto Fort Shafter. To get on base simply provide your drivers license, current vehicle registration and insurance card at the main gate to be issued a day pass.

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