The FCC’s Intelligence Role During World War II
Vice-President for Spectrum Policy
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)
Abstract: Prior to the establishment of the CIA and NSA, the FCC played a key role in the collection, interpretation, and dissemination of intelligence information transmitted over the airwaves. The February meeting will provide some historical background to the FCC’s role during World War II. A film short from that period will follow the talk.
Bob is a former Chief of Technical Analysis for the FCC's Office of Engineering and Technology.
Networking at 11:45 AM with Lunch beginning at 12:15 PM
Luncheon meetings are open only to AFCCE members and their guests. The cost of the luncheon is $55.00 per person or $65.00 for reservations not received prior to the deadline.
Luncheons are streamed live and can be accessed HERE (login required). Video is typically active by 12:30 pm.
Reservations close midnight (Eastern) one week prior to the event.
A buffet-style menu with a meat (chicken or beef), fish or vegetable option to choose from. Salad, dessert and Iced Tea/soft drinks/water is included.
Each luncheon is recorded and made available a few days afterwards. Come back to this page and look for the link below.
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