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HOW TO STRENGTHEN OUR MILITARY LONG-TERM

 

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presents a webinar by

Ken Abramowitz

Chairman, Citizens For National Security (CFNS)

 

WEBINAR – HOW TO STRENGTHEN OUR MILITARY LONG-TERM

When: Tuesday, April 9, 2024 • 4:00PM to 5:00PM EST

Where: Online Webinar

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What It’s About:

We spend nearly $900 billion annually on national defense or about 3.5% of GDP vs 2% of European countries. But Russia spent 7.5% and China spent about 5%.  To be prepared to fight a 3-front war with China, Russia, and Iran, we need to commit an additional $200 billion. There is a 2–10-year process to purchase sophisticated weapon systems. Therefore, we must commit the funds now to be prepared later in the decade. If we commit these funds now, we will hopefully intimidate our enemies sufficiently so that we will not actually have to fight them in kinetic warfare.

Ken will provide his view of how he sees things from a national security perspective, then open up for Q&A from attendees. We look forward to your participation, it’s sure to have a lively and robust conversation!

Presenter:

Ken Abramowitz is Chairman of Citizens For National Security. Ken analyzes threats to the United States and has recently published the book, The Multi-Front War: Defending America From Political Islam, China, Russia, Pandemics, and Racial Strife. Once a month CFNS provides a forum for its members and followers to hear Ken’s perspective on a particular topic and an opportunity to ask him questions on any national security related topic.

 

CFNS fills a vital need. With its people, contacts and experiences in the intelligence and national security arenas, and its concept of two-way dialogue with its members, it offers an efficient forum and format that bring the general public into the national security mix.

Todd Bensman