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Faneuil Hall

United States Naval Submarine Capabilities and the Impact of Nuclear Propulsion and Other Developments

Join us at the historic Faneuil Hall building on July 9th for an evening of insights from the former Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral John Richardson. Prior to his ultimate post leading the United States Navy, he was the Director of Naval Reactors.

United States Naval Submarine Capabilities and the Impact of Nuclear Propulsion and Other Developments
United States Naval Submarine Capabilities and the Impact of Nuclear Propulsion and Other Developments

Time & Location

Jul 09, 2024, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

Faneuil Hall, Fourth Floor, One Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, MA 02109

About the event

Welcome Remarks

Dinis Pimentel, Chair, USS Massachusetts Commissioning Committee

Panelists

Admiral John Richardson (USN, Ret) the 31st Chief of Naval Operations

Karen Henneberger,  former Naval Reactors Director of USS GERALD R FORD (CVN 78) and USS COLUMBIA  Programs

Mark Henneberger,  former Naval Reactors Director of Electrical and Instrumentation and Control Design

Join us at the historic Faneuil Hall building on July 9th for an evening of insights from the former Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral John Richardson. Prior to his ultimate post leading the United States Navy, he was the Director of Naval Reactors (a post first held by Admiral Hyman Rickover 75 years ago), and Commander of the U.S. Submarine Force and Naval Reactors Admiral will be joined by two distinguished panelists; Karen Henneberger and Mark Henneberger both of whom held major leadership positions with the Admiral at Naval Reactors. 

Doors open at 5pm and the panel discussion begins at 6pm. This is a unique opportunity to gain insights from leaders who have navigated uncharted waters, both literal and metaphorical, in developing technologies which have transformed our Nation’s submarine force. 

All funds raised from this event will contribute to the commissioning of the USS MASSACHUSETTS (SSN 798) – the Navy's latest and most advanced nuclear submarine – in Boston Harbor in 2025. 

Organizations or individuals purchasing ten or more seats at full price will receive VIP seating at the commissioning ceremony. The USS MASSACHUSETTS (SSN 798) Commissioning Committee is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity – we gratefully acknowledge that the facility and refreshments are donated by the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company and by the Masonic Lodge. 

Reserve your seat now for an event that promises to deepen your understanding of the submarine force, the role of the USS Massachusetts, and technologies like nuclear propulsion that have made the U.S. Submarine Force a pillar in our national security strategy.

5:00 PM:  Doors open, check-in and light refreshments

6:00 PM:  Welcome Remarks 

6:05 PM:  Panel discussion 

7:00 PM: Networking

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Tickets

  • Young Prof/Students/Military

    Sale ends: Jul 09, 8:00 PM EDT

    Includes young professionals (ages 18-29), full-time students, and any active duty military. Please have your ID ready upon entry.

    $100.00
    +$2.50 service fee
  • General Admission

    Sale ends: Jul 09, 8:00 PM EDT
    $250.00
    +$6.25 service fee

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