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Schedule of Events

2013 Schedule of Events*

Monday

  1. AM: Presentation - “Leadership Learning.” Colonel Joseph A. Sexton, Chief, Force Analysis Branch, Joint Staff J31.
  2. AM: Field Trip and Presentation - Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Norfolk, VA.
  3. PM: Lunch on campus
  4. PM: Field Trip and Presentation - Marine Corps Security Cooperation Group, Joint Expeditionary Base Ft. Story, VA.

Tuesday

  1. AM/PM: Field Trip - United States Air Force, Langley AFB, VA. Tour, presentations, and lunch on-site.
  2. PM: Field Trip - United States Coast Guard Base Support Unit (BSU). Tour and briefing on the role of the USCG in counter-terrorism and port security. Portsmouth, VA.

Wednesday

  1. AM: Presentation - “National Security, Counter-Terrorism, and Intelligence: An Overview.” Dr. David Meyer, Associate Professor, Government, History and Criminal Justice, Regent University.
  2. AM/PM: Field Trip - ACADEMI Training Center, Moyock NC. Campers will get a complete tour of this largest private training center in the country including observing training on-site and program briefs from some of the industry's leading experts. Lunch on-site.
  3. PM: Presentation, Activity and Q&A. “Brief lecture on Forensic Science” & Practical Crime Scene Investigation Activity. Helen Lake, Forensic Scientist, Virginia Department of Forensic Science, Eastern Lab, Norfolk, VA.

Thursday

  1. AM: Demonstration - Polygraph Demonstration, Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
  2. AM: Presentation - “Criminal Justice: An Overview.” Ms. Dee Sterling, Assistant United States Attorney, Criminal Division, Eastern District of Virginia, Norfolk/Newport News, VA.
  3. PM: Lunch on campus.
  4. PM: Presentation - “Overview of Regent University's College of Arts & Sciences Government, History and Criminal Justice Department.”
  5. PM: Field Trip - Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center Old Dominion University, Suffolk, VA.
  6. PM: Tour of Regent University Campus (optional).

Friday

  1. AM: Presentation - “A Brief History of the U.S. Marshals Service.” Deputy United States Marshal, Protective Intelligence Investigator, Eastern District of Virginia.
  2. AM/PM: Field Trip - Virginia Beach Police Bomb Squad, Virginia Beach, VA.
  3. PM: PM: Field Trip - Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, VA.
    • LUNCH ON BASE at Galley
    • Tour USS JASON L. Dunham (DDG-109), an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer
    • Bus Tour of Norfolk Naval Station
    • Tour of USS WASP (LHD 1), a multipurpose amphibious assault ship
  4. PM: Dinner and Concluding Banquet. Keynote speaker Admiral Vern Clark, former Chief of Naval Operations and Regent University Distinguished Professor.

Previous Camps

*Since field trips include visits to some military installations, the field trip schedule may be modified on short notice, based on the availability of these sites. In addition, the exact times of these visits are subject to change.