Take the CIMSEC Reader Survey

By Sally DeBoer

2015-2016 was a productive year of great writing and innovative content for us here at CIMSEC.  In the interest of continuing that trend and building on that growth, we’re reaching out to you, our valued readers, for feedback on our content, platform, and more. One of CIMSEC’s greatest strengths is that it is a dynamic and diverse community of professional voices from a variety of perspectives. Please take a few moments and let your voice be heard by taking part in the CIMSEC Reader Survey below. We appreciate your time and candid input.  

Sally DeBoer is the President of CIMSEC, and also serves as CIMSEC’s Book Review Coordinator. Contact her at President@cimsec.org.

Featured image: YOKOSUKA, Japan (March 3, 2011) Yeoman 2nd Class Michael Davila takes the Navy-wide first class petty officer advancement examination at the base enlisted club at Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka. Sailors are given three hours to answer 200 questions that test their knowledge of their rating and basic military requirements. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Andrew Ryan Smith/Released)

One thought on “Take the CIMSEC Reader Survey”

  1. Tried to respond to questionnaire request but no questions appeared. So…In general I find the writing & information provided by CIMSEC authors to be First-Rate & Extremely informative. Every subject covered, presentation & discussion, is well written and very thought provoking.

    My lifelong interests include international affairs, Pacific Basin history vis-a-vis the U.S., Naval Service – history, philosophy, equipment, procurement, professional development and evolving threats.

    Rants & phrases that set my teeth on edge include: $600 million; 40Kt OPVs, “Multi-Mission”, “Jointness”, “Tri-Service”, “Multi-Function”, “Distributed”, “Long-Range Precision”, “Surgical”…Stop!

    CIMSEC is one of my favorite journals. I only regret that there is no Northern California center for meetings.

Leave a Reply