Media Advisory: Vice Adm. Steven Poulin to speak at August 2021 Arctic eTalks

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Vice Adm. Steven Poulin to speak at August 2021 Arctic eTalks

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PORTSMOUTH, Va. — Please join us for the August 2021 Arctic eTalks distinguished speaker presentation on "The United States Coast Guard - Our Arctic Partnerships: Safety, Security, and Environmental Stewardship" by Vice Adm. Steven Poulin, commander, Coast Guard Atlantic Area, Coast Guard Defense Force East.

*Attendees must register ahead to ensure delivery of Zoom information! Registration is free.

The Arctic eTalks is a monthly forum for open discussion (non-attribution, Chatham House Rule) in key issues affecting the Circumpolar Arctic for academics, defense and security professionals, and military leaders from Canada, Finland, Kingdom of Denmark (Greenland and Faroe Islands), Norway, Sweden, and the United States, as well as the United Kingdom and Germany.

This event is presented by our valued Arctic eTalks partners U.S. Northern Command and the command’s “The Watch” Magazine, U.S. European Command, U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, and the Center for Arctic Security and Resilience (CASR) - the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Vice Adm. Poulin will provide a 30-minute presentation with slides followed by a 60-minute Q&A session (non-attribution) moderated by Mr. Shannon Jenkins, U.S. Coast Guard, and Dr. Adam Lajeunesse, Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Canadian Arctic Maritime Security Policy, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada. 

Note: Past Arctic eTalks presentations are posted on our Arctic eTalks website. However, the Q&A discussions are not posted and are open only to registered Arctic eTalks participants during the live event.

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