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VIDEO: JINSA Hybrid Warfare Task Force Members Speak at Pritzker Military Museum & Library in Chicago

In November 2018, JINSA Hybrid Warfare Task Force members spoke at the Pritzker Military Museum & Library in Chicago. The task force members Lt. Gen. Richard Natonski, USMC (ret.) & Col. Marc Warren, USA (ret.) discussed the operational and legal challenges that Israel faces in the event of a likely war in the North against Iran, Hezbollah, and other Iranian proxies.

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The JINSA Hybrid Warfare Task Force was established to articulate and advocate how actions taken by U.S., Israeli, and other allied militaries in actual combat situations comply with, and at times exceed, the requirements of the law of armed conflict (LOAC).

The Task Force also seeks to bring attention to hybrid adversaries such as Hezbollah, Hamas and Islamic State - who intentionally exploit that same body of law to stymie U.S. and allied forces in battle and discredit their self-defense operations in the forum of public opinion.

LtGen (Ret.) Richard Natonski, USMC is a member of JINSA's Board of Advisors and JINSA's 2014 Gaza Task Force and Hybrid Warfare Task Force. He commanded the 1st Marine Division in the Second Battle of Fallujah in Iraq. He last served as Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command.

Colonel (Ret.) Marc Warren, USA was the senior legal advisor for the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), and for Coalition Forces during the invasion and occupation of Iraq. After retiring from the U.S. Army, he was the deputy and acting chief counsel for the FAA, and is now co-chair of the Aviation & Aerospace Practice Group at Jenner & Block, LLP.

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