U.S. Military Leaders Program Washington, D.C. Fellowship
JINSA’s U.S. Military Fellowship program launched in April 2020. The program’s mission is to educate elite U.S. military officers based in the Washington metropolitan area about the importance of a strong U.S.-Israel defense and security relationship as well as vital issues in the Middle East impacting the United States and Israel.
Military officers from all services convene for monthly policy lectures covering a range of topics relevant to U.S. national security. To facilitate our mission, JINSA partners with senior subject-matter experts to educate our cohort of rising officers.
The program will also offer participants regular networking opportunities and social events with JINSA experts and colleagues.
If you would like to learn more or apply to be a JINSA U.S. military fellow, please email Anna Schaftel: email@example.com
Past sessions include:
- Cyber Warfare with David Sanger, New York Times National Security Correspondent and Senior Writer
- Churchill and Zionism with JINSA President and CEO Michael Makovsky, PhD, author of “Churchill’s Promised Land: Zionism and Statecraft.”
- Iran, Hezbollah, and the Next Northern War with IDF MG (ret.) Yoel Strick
- President Biden’s National Security Strategy with Roger Zakheim
- 2021 Gaza Conflict with John Hannah, JINSA Randi & Charles Wax Senior Fellow
- Afghanistan and the Implications on US Policy in the Middle East with Vance Serchuk
- Energy and Strategic Implications with Bob McNally
- Potential Iran Deal and Sanctions with Gabriel Noronha