National Leadership Webinar:

Drone Wars:

The Spread of Unmanned Tech on Today’s Battlefield

Drones have transformed modern armed conflict. From Gaza to Baghdad, unmanned aircraft are a defining factor of Middle Eastern conflicts. Israel now faces adversaries equipped with Iranian drones on every hostile border while U.S. forces confront them throughout the region. Concurrently these weapons are becoming more lethal, maneuverable, and autonomous.

Join us to discuss the evolution and proliferation of military drones and their role in future warfare with journalist Seth Frantzman, author of the new book Drone Wars, and Charles Perkins, JINSA’s Director for U.S.-Israel Security Policy.

Thursday, July 22 – 11:00am EDT


This webinar is open exclusively to current
JINSA National Leaders, program participants, and the press.

This webinar is open exclusively to current JINSA
National Leaders, program participants, and the press.

RSVPs must be received via the button
to the left at least 30 minutes prior to the start time.

Once your registration is confirmed, you will
receive the link to join the webinar via video
and dial-in details to join by phone.

Seth J. Frantzman

Seth J. Frantzman is Senior Middle East Correspondent and Middle East affairs analyst at The Jerusalem Post. He has covered the war against Islamic State, three Gaza wars, the conflict in Ukraine, the refugee crises in Eastern Europe and also reported from Iraq, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, Senegal, the UAE, Ukraine and Russia.

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Charles B. Perkins

Charles B. Perkins is a recognized authority on international security policy and defense technology. His key areas of expertise include regional conflict dynamics, weapons proliferation and disarmament issues, international missile defense cooperation, arms transfer laws and regulations, defense industrial procurement, Israel’s security challenges and the IDF’s qualitative military edge.

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