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Surface Navy Association to Host Multidomain Surface Warfare Forum

The Surface Navy Association will host a national symposium Crystal City, Virginia, to discuss multiple strategies to address cross-domain warfare challenges.

The U.S. Navy said Monday SNA’s annual symposium, themed “Surface Forces and Cross-Domain Integration,” will feature common procedures and integrated exercises across the air, land, maritime, space and cyber domains.

“We’ll examine the requirements and operations; shipbuilding and maintenance; science and technology; research and development; and the manpower and training issues that impact our force and the Navy, as well as how we integrate with air, surface and expeditionary forces and our international allies and partners,” said Barry McCullough, SNA president and a retired Navy vice admiral.

SNA seeks to provide an opportunity for naval, government and industry representatives to tackle surface community professional and career issues through the symposium.

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