London, United Kingdom, July 12, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- MAST 2008’s third day plenary session will spark crucial debate about the roles, requirements, and required skills of the authorities in charge of maritime security.
An official invitation will be sent to international politicians/heads of state/defence ministers/security agencies/CNOs/others engaged in maritime security/harbour protection/surveillance (many already support MAST) to contribute their ideas and intentions in combating future threats, and work towards a common understanding
“Maritime Security: Who are the key players...Who should be the key players” will take ‘panel debate’ form, chaired/moderated by the Spanish Admiral in charge of Maritime Action, and featuring a panel to include Rear-Admiral Martínez Núñez, Chief of Staff (Plans), Spanish Navy, Rear-Admiral Jay Cohen, Head, Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate, United States; Commodore (RN) Robert Mansergh, Deputy Director, US Second Fleet Combined Joint Operations From The Sea Centre of Excellence, USA.
For information on this (and other) session, visit the MAST website