Time: May 16, 2012 from 2pm to 2pm
Location: Winn Room, Coronado Public Library
Street: 640 Orange Avenue
Event Type: lecture
Organized By: Naval Intelligence Liaison Officers (NILO) Alumni Association
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2012
Free Lecture Open To Public
NILO Ha Tien- Naval Intelligence in Cambodia 1970
Date/Time/Place: WEDS MAY 16, 2012, 2pm, Winn Room, Coronado Public Library
Sponsored by: Naval Intelligence Liaison Officers (NILO) Alumni Ass’n
Speaker: HL Serra, is the author of NILO Ha Tien- a Novel of Naval Intelligence in Cambodia. Mr. Serra served on the Cambodian Border under VADM Bud Zumwalt in 1970 as NILO Ha Tien. He is a San Diego lawyer and law professor, has lectured at the Office of Naval Intelligence in Washington DC, and was actively involved in the reintroduction of a system of jurisprudence in the fledgling Kingdom of Cambodia, a constitutional monarchy.
Subject: Mr. Serra will focus on the Operation SEALORDS NILOs and their missions on the Cambodian Border in 1970. Mr. Serra will describe some of his missions for VADM Zumwalt and those of other NILOs and N-2 Staff relating to Cambodia, and the Nixon/Kissinger attempts to end the Vietnam War.
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