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Admiral Inman to speak about national security issues facing Bush administration

Admiral Bob R. Inman will deliver an address titled National Security Issues Facing the New Administration as part of the LBJ School of Public Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series on Wednesday (April 25) at The University of Texas at Austin.

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AUSTIN, Texas—Admiral Bob R. Inman will deliver an address titled National Security Issues Facing the New Administration as part of the LBJ School of Public Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series on Wednesday (April 25) at The University of Texas at Austin.

The 5 p.m. lecture in Bass Lecture Hall is free and open to the public. Bass Lecture Hall is located on level B of the LBJ School of Public Affairs, SRH Building 3, at the corners of Red River and Dean Keeton streets.

Immediately following his lecture, Inman will engage in a 30-minute question-and-answer session with students in the student lounge.

Inman, an adjunct faculty member at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, has had a distinguished career in naval intelligence and international affairs. Between 1974 and 1982, he served in tours as director of naval intelligence, vice-director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, director of the National Security Agency and deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

Since retiring from the Navy in 1982, he has maintained a strong interest in information technology and national security. As a private-sector chief executive officer and investor, he also has played an important role in developing Austin’s microelectronics sector. For more than a decade, he has been a strong advocate for UT Austin, serving as chair of the UT Austin Development Board and as president of the Ex-Students’ Association.

For additional information, contact Megan Scarborough, at (512) 471-8954.