Quis Conversation: Military Security w. Terry Doyle July 28
July 26th, 2011
Continuing the Quis Custodiet dialogue series, on July 28th the company is co-hosting a talk with security related military professional Terrence Doyle at the Provisions Library. An essential part of the Quis Project, speaking with professionals who interact with individual or community security helps us both memorialize and remember 9/11. Ultimately, Quis aims to project our communities’ voices into the cultural reconsideration of security already happening on the eve of the ten-year anniversary of 9/11. Come share your thoughts.
Time: 6 to 7pm
Date: July 28
Location: Provisions Library
1875 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 1100 Dupont Circle Metro
A native of New Jersey, Terrence M. Doyle is a 1977 graduate of The College of the Holy Cross and a 1997 graduate of the Naval War College. During his 26-year naval career, he accumulated over 5000 flight hours while completing nine deployments on both coasts, served as an instructor at both the Naval Air Training Command and the Naval War College, labored on CNO’s Pentagon staff, and commanded HS-8 aboard USS Nimitz (CVN-68). Since retirement in August 2003, he has worked as a senior military analyst for several national security firms in northern Virginia. He is currently working Maritime Domain Awareness issues for the US Navy as part of our Nation’s security, protection, and defense.