Category Archives: Events
CIMSEC’s DC chapter will be heading to Whitlow’s on Wilson near the Clarendon Metro stop for our informal December meet-up Monday the 9th. We hope you’ll join us to meet some interesting people, discuss all things maritime, or just enjoy good beer and/or food. No need to be a member to join us – the more the merrier. Ask up front for our group if you can’t find us.
November 24 to 30, CIMSEC will be hosting a “Corvette Week” Give Thanks! The Corvette is a type designation little used by the US Navy, and there is not a lot of clarity in defining what constitutes a corvette. We will be examining the type, discussing what they are, their roles, advantages, and weaknesses. We […]Read More
Super Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Central Visayas area of the Philippines, not only leveling Tacloban City where she made first landfall, but ripped through the islands of Samar and Leyte, Northern Cebu and the Panay provinces and swiped Busuanga Island, on her way out to the Western Philippine Sea. One apt description of Haiyan […]
CIMSEC’s DC chapter will be heading to the new Bluejacket Brewery near the Navy Yard Metro stop for our informal November meet-up Wednesday the 20th. We hope you’ll join us to meet some interesting people, discuss all things maritime, or just enjoy good beer and/or food.Read More
Events Week of 07 – 13 November 2013 A roundup of events we think our readers may find interesting. Inclusion does not equal endorsement, all descriptions are the events’ own. Think of one we should include? Email Grant at email@example.com. 07 November 2013 – Washington, DC – Hudson Center for American Sea Power – “Sea […]
CIMSEC’s DC chapter will be heading to Maddy’s Bar and Grille, near the Dupont Circle Metro stop, for our informal October meet-up next Wednesday the 30th. We hope you’ll join us to meet some interesting people and discuss all things maritime. Time: Wednesday, 30 Oct 5:30-9pm Place: Maddy’s Bar and Grille 1726 Connecticut Ave. NW, […]Read More
Events Week of 20-26 October 2013 21 October 2013 – Washington, DC – Center for Strategic and International Studies – “The Future of the Marine Corps”. Following a decade at war and amidst mounting fiscal pressures, the Marine Corps is developing a new force structure designed to address the “new normal” security environment while maximizing […]Read More