Lessons Learned from Afghanistan

IWF Alabama – Program Five (virtual)
“Making a Global Impact, Locally”

John Manza has wide ranging experience in
international security affairs. Early in his career,
he served as a Marine infantry officer, with multiple
deployments in the Pacific Rim, the Middle East and
Central America. Later, as a civilian, he gained extensive
experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, working on
development and governance issues for the Departments
of State and Defense. Most recently, John served as the
NATO Assistant Secretary General for Operations, where
he was responsible for the coordination and drafting
of NATO’s Lessons of Afghanistan report. Currently,
John is a Professor of Practice at the Joint Advanced
Warfighting School, where he teaches strategy. John
has a PhD in international relations from Wayne State
University in Detroit and he is a non-resident senior
fellow with the Atlantic Council.

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Event Video


Mar 24 2022


6:00 pm




Virtual Meeting