We are thrilled to announce Admiral Harry B. Harris Jr. ’78, USN (Ret.), former Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, as our April Called to Serve virtual series speaker. Join us on 6 April from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. EDT to hear his perspective on the Indo-Pacific region and its critical importance to the United States—its opportunities, challenges, and threats—including a network of alliances and partnerships amid the generational challenges posed by the People’s Republic of China and North Korea. For the past decade, Admiral Harris has served at the center of U.S. geopolitical actions and strategy within the Asia-Pacific arena. Prior to his retirement, Admiral Harris was the Navy’s “Gray Owl,” the NFO who had held this designation for the longest period, and the “Old Goat,” the longest-serving Naval Academy graduate still on active duty. Please read more about Admiral Harris’ distinguished career here
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Called to Serve is a virtual speaker series that allows members of the Naval Academy community to share their perspectives on critical topics, the Academy’s mission, and the role of service—of all kinds—in their lives.