Lin Wells and Brian Steckler attend NATO roundtable on
border security in southeast Europe

Brian Steckler and Lin Wells, of GMU’s C4I & Cyber Center, review Brian’s designs for rapidly deployable communications and networking kits to support disaster relief and other situations needing “Hastily Formed Networks.” The equipment was shown in Berovo, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, during a NATO roundtable for senior leaders on Military and Defence Aspects of Border Security in southeast Europe in late September 2017. The Roundtable was jointly sponsored by Mason’s C4I & Cyber Center and the U.S. National Defense University (NDU) and supported by NATOs’ Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme.

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