A Conversation with Admiral William Fallon
Former CENTCOM Head Addresses Global Issues of National Importance For the Next U.S. Administration
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ADMIRAL FALLON led U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) from March 2007 to March 2008. During that time, he was responsible for U.S. operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and directed all U.S. military activities in the Middle East, Central Asia, and the Horn of Africa. Admiral Fallon also served as the commander of U.S. Pacific Command (Feb 2005 - March 2007), commander for U.S. Fleet Forces Command and the U.S. Atlantic Fleet (Sept 2003 - Feb 2005) and was the 31st Vice Chief of Naval Operations (Oct 2000 - Aug 2003).
Admiral Fallon joined the MIT Center for International Studies as its 2008-09 Robert E. Wilhelm Fellow upon retiring from the military after 41 years of distinguished service.
The event will be held on MIT campus on Tuesday, October 28, 2008, at 4:30 PM EST, in room E51-Wong Auditorium of Tang Center (located at 70 Memorial Drive in Cambridge, MA). The public is invited to this event.
Directions to the Tang Center (Building E51)
Tang Center is located on MIT campus at 70 Memorial Drive in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The nearest subway stop is the Kendall Square/MIT station on the Red Line.
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