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Zones of Control: book launch/discussion in Arlington

9780262033992An invitation from Matt Kirschenbaum:

ZONES OF CONTROL: PERSPECTIVES ON WARGAMING is an 800+ page compendium featuring nearly 70 authors just published by the MIT Press addressing professional, academic, and recreational applications of wargaming.

Please join co-editors Pat Harrigan and Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, along with distinguished contributors Larry Bond, Brien Miller, Peter P. Perla, Volko Ruhnke, and Russell Vane (and perhaps some surprise guests) for a panel discussion and book launch event at the Center for Naval Analyses on June 24 from 1200-1400.

The event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. CNA is located at 3003 Washington Blvd, Arlington, VA. Light refreshments will be served and attendees may bring a brown bag lunch if they wish. Signs will point the way to Room 214 (the Multi-Purpose Room).

Attendees will be required to show photo ID to enter. RSVP to mkirschenbaum@gmail.com is kindly requested; non-U.S. citizens should contact Peter P. Perla (perlap@cna.org) for a security form in advance.*

Please distribute this announcement widely. CNA Corporation and its Federally Funded Research and Development Center, the Center for Naval Analyses, welcome those interested in the release of the important new book ZONES OF CONTROL, dealing with the timely subject of wargaming.

*Because, you know, it’s not like a US citizen has ever been a spy.

One response to “Zones of Control: book launch/discussion in Arlington

  1. John Curry 25/05/2016 at 3:58 pm

    I must admit, I cannot see spys rushing to go to a book launch of a book that has just been published. Perhaps I am missing something.

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