Preregistration Closes on the last Friday before the event at 1600

Preregistration Cost: Members $25 | Non-Members $30

Walk-In Cost: Members $30 | Non-Members $35

Time: Check-In and Buffet 11:00am | Speaker 11:45am

PlaceFt Shafter, Hale Ikena

Join AFCEA Hawaii on Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 to hear Colonel Glen Genove, USINDOPACOM Deputy CIO and Chief, C4 Strategy, Integration, Resources, and Requirements. Col Genove will be talking about Optimizing Coalition Interoperability – Moving from the “Network of Networks” to Identity-Based Access in Multi-Domain Operations.

Colonel Glen M. Genove is the Deputy Chief Information Officer and Chief, C4 Strategy, Integration, Resources, and Requirements Division, Headquarters United States Indo-Pacific Command, Camp H.M. Smith, HI. He is responsible for C4 support across the largest regional combatant command enabling joint and coalition operations. In this capacity, he leads USINDOPACOM’s digital strategy, technology roadmap, C4 resourcing, and requirements programs supporting 375,000 joint warfighters at the headquarters, four component commands, four sub-unified commands and all joint task forces. Additionally, Colonel Genove manages a 58 million dollar Information Technology Portfolio and oversees USINDOPACOM’s cybersecurity, information and knowledge management, and command records programs to optimize operational effectiveness and efficiency throughout the full range of military operations.

He served in various cyberspace operations, communications and information, and force support positions, at the Squadron, Group, Wing, Numbered Air Force, Field Operating Agency, Major Command, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, and Unified Combatant Command levels. Colonel Genove commanded at both the Squadron (611th Air Communications Squadron, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, and 451st Expeditionary Communications Squadron, Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan) and Group (435th Air and Space Communications Group, Ramstein Air Base Germany) levels, and most recently, served as the Deputy Director of Air and Cyberspace Operations, Chief Information Officer, and Director of Cyberspace Forces, Headquarters Pacific Air Forces, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii.

Please be mindful that AFCEA Hawaii is under contract with the Club and will have to pay for no-shows

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Email: webmaster@afcea-hawaii.org

How to get onto Fort Shafter

AFCEA Hawaii 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.

Please be mindful that AFCEA Hawaii  is under contract with the Club and will have to pay for no-shows.

When you register, please give your name, the names of any guests (as separate RSVPs on the web site) and your contact email or phone number. Please RSVP no later than the Friday before the event at 1600.

Notes:
1. Seating for late registered and/or walk-in persons is not assured but we will do our best to assist.
2. RSVPs for this event as for all others must be considered as your commitment to pay unless the reservation is cancelled prior to 1600 hours on the Friday immediately preceding the event
3. We have initiated actions to recover luncheon costs from those who have reserved/registered for an event but then do not appear and pay at the luncheon, i.e. a “No Show”. We regret that we take such measures but whether you show or not, we must pay the club based on the head count we provide the club on the reservation deadline. That count is based entirely on the RSVP which each of you give us and which is your commitment to pay. We know you understand our position.
4. Attendees are not permitted to photograph, record, or videotape any portion of the AFCEA Hawai`i Luncheon Presentation. Failure to comply with this policy shall result in confiscation of devices or material, removal of the individual(s) and administrative action under government guidelines. Attendees understand that AFCEA Hawai`i and authorized Speaker representatives may conduct interviews and take photographs and/or audio/video tape any portion of the Luncheon. These photographs, videos and recordings are for use by AFCEA Hawai`i and the Speaker only.