A Special Live Event
“U.S. Military Power, and Its Use on American Soil”


General Philip M. Breedlove, USAF (Ret.)
17th Supreme Allied Commander Europe
of NATO Allied Command Operations


Join Us:
Thursday, June 11, 2020
2:00 PM EDT

Issues of justice are in the headlines, and protesters are in the streets. Our national conversations seem to become more polarized by the day, and calls for justice are colliding with calls for law & order.

The potential use of active-duty military in response to a domestic crisis is just one facet of a complex story surrounding race and the civil protests. We think it’s an element worth exploring, and are hosting a conversation with General Philip M. Breedlove, USAF (Ret.), who served as the 17th Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO Allied Command Operations.

We’ll hear from General Breedlove about what he thinks makes America’s military different, how the military can or should be used in American cities, and the role that the National Guard plays in it all.

SocialFlow has been powering conversations that matter for the past ten years.  While that normally means publishing great content from respected sources to platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, this time we are pleased to present a very different kind of conversation. This is a departure from our typical events, but we recognize that our clients are living, writing, and broadcasting these stories every day. Our goal is to provide a non-partisan perspective from a respected general who spent his career safeguarding American citizens and to provide an opportunity for you to ask questions.

General Breedlove will speak for approximately 30 minutes of content, and then we’ll leave the remaining 30 minutes for what we expect to be a robust Q&A.

Even though this is an online event, space is limited.