CAMP H.M. SMITH, Hawaii — Military Intelligence leaders from 24 countries virtually attended the annual Indo-Pacific Intelligence Chiefs Conference (IPICC) Sept. 8. The conference is an opportunity for military intelligence leaders from across the Indo-Pacific region to meet and foster shared understanding on regional issues and advance regional intelligence cooperation on shared security challenges.
In its 13th year, this was the first virtual IPICC. The year’s conference theme – Sustaining Partnerships in Challenging Times through Persistence and Innovation – reflects the current global landscape.
“This pandemic is putting stress on everyone and despite the challenges each of our countries have faced, our mission focus has not faltered,” said Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley Jr. in pre-recorded welcome remarks. “If 2020 has shown us anything, it is the importance of strategic partnerships in an ever-changing and…
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