US Navy Leader Asks Scientists to Find Breakthroughs for US Excellence at Sea

Adm. John Richardson, left, chief of naval operations, greets Rear Adm. Jeffrey Harley, president of the U.S. Naval War College, Tuesday, June 12, 2018, in Newport, R.I. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott) – US naval officer Admiral John Richardson called on scientists to give bold ideas to the US navy.

Reported by, Wednesday (13/06/2018), It was delivered by John at the 69th Current Forum at the US Naval College in Newport, Rhode Island.

He facilitates scholars from Yale University, Carnegie Mellon University and the Center for Strategic and Budget Studies, as well as universities and other institutions involved.

John wants the Role of Scientists to provide ideas for the Navy to maintain excellence in the Sea.

John also said, China and Russia’s upgraded exponential increase could make the US lose a step.

Richardson will soon release a new strategy guide that becomes an additional factor. He paid for documents in January 2016.

University Professor John Maurer, who helped organize the forum, said it was the Navy’s way of interacting with brilliant people outside the government and thinking creatively about problems.