THE NATIONAL SECURITY FORUM
The National Security Forum is an informal group of individuals who have a deep interest in topics relating to international and national security issues. What began as a small handful of colleagues meeting occasionally and exchanging viewpoints has grown into the 600 member association it is today.
Meetings are scheduled as speakers are available, usually every three to four weeks. Topics vary widely, tapping into the amazing talent of residents in the area, but occasionally attracting experts from Washington and elsewhere. Members wanting to attend the meetings simply RSVP, pay a small fee for a spectacular breakfast that is provided before the speaker(s) take the stage. Guests are welcomed.
We are tied in via participant memberships with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR); the Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO); the International Center at the University of Nevada-Reno (NNIC); and the World Affairs Council of Northern Nevada (WAC). Our participants also have valuable ties to groups such as AUSA, the Navy League, AIPAC, etc.
The NSF is overseen by Tyrus W. Cobb and supported by many talented volunteers.
– Tyrus W. Cobb, PhD
Minister of Enlightenment