Supporting Global Integration: The Joint Staff Approach to Air and Missile Defense
As the United States shifts its focus to the near-peer threat, it must prepare to defend and counter sophisticated air and missile threats. The Joint Staff and the Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense Organization (JIAMDO) works to coordinate these functions.
Within the Department of Defense, JIAMDO is chartered to develop and integrate sensors, weapons, command and control systems, and the concepts to employ them in the air and missile defense mission area. It operates in support of both the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and U.S. Strategic Command.
The CSIS Missile Defense Project cordially invites you to two panel discussions featuring current and past JIAMDO leaders, to discuss the organization's history, mission, and future opportunities.
1:00-2:00 Conversation with BG Clement Coward, Commander, 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command, and JIAMDO Director, 2017-2018, and BG(P) Sean Gainey, JIAMDO Director and Deputy Director, Force Protection, J-8, moderated by Dr. Thomas Karako, Director, Missile Defense Project.
2:00-2:15 Coffee break
2:15-3:30 Panel featuring LTG Howard Bromberg (USA, ret.), JTAMDO/JIAMDO Director, 2005-2006, RADM Archer Macy (USN, ret.), JIAMDO Director, 2008-2011, Brig Gen Kenneth Todorov (USAF, ret.), JIAMDO Director, 2013-2014, and Col Richard Glitz (USAF, ret.), JIAMDO Technical Director, 2009-2018.
This event is made possible by general support to CSIS.