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An address delivered by General John Coburn, on Memorial Day, May 30, 1905.
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    Security comes in many forms and sound security processes enable organizations to prevent security breaches as well as effectively manage one should it occur. General John Coburn (RET) discusses today’s most serious global threats and offers insight on how to counter each one. He offers practical security advice and emphasizes the need for strong partnerships to mitigate risk. Additionally, Gen. Coburn provides guidance for dealing with and succeeding in the aftermath of a devastating event, citing examples from VT Halter Marine recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and from his tenure as Chairman of the Port Security Committee after 9/11.

  • When he departed the Army to join the private sector in 2001, General John Coburn (RET) had a wealth of experience under his belt. With many prospects available to him, he decided to take the road less traveled and joined a then relatively unknown organization called VT Systems. Since that time, Gen. Coburn has grown VT Systems from $61million in revenue to over $1 billion in less than 10 years. A combat veteran with a law degree, Coburn has triumphed in the transition from military to the private sector. Drawing on his experiences as an Army General and a savvy CEO, he demonstrates how to successfully position and grow a foreign company in the U.S. and discusses the increasing impact of globalization on various industries.

    When he departed the Army to join the private sector in 2001, General John Coburn (RET) had a wealth of experience under his belt. With many prospects available to him, he decided to take the road less traveled and joined a then relatively unknown organization called VT Systems. Since that time, Gen. Coburn has grown VT Systems from $61million in revenue to over $1 billion in less than 10 years. A combat veteran with a law degree, Coburn has triumphed in the transition from military to the private sector. Drawing on his experiences as an Army General and a savvy CEO, he demonstrates how to successfully position and grow a foreign company in the U.S. and discusses the increasing impact of globalization on various industries.

    General John Coburn, Indiana Member of Congress

  • When he departed the Army to join the private sector in 2001, General John Coburn (RET) had a wealth of experience under his belt. With many prospects available to him, he decided to take the road less traveled and joined a then relatively unknown organization called VT Systems. Since that time, Gen. Coburn has grown VT Systems from $61million in revenue to over $1 billion in less than 10 years. A combat veteran with a law degree, Coburn has triumphed in the transition from military to the private sector. Drawing on his experiences as an Army General and a savvy CEO, he demonstrates how to successfully position and grow a foreign company in the U.S. and discusses the increasing impact of globalization on various industries.

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When he departed the Army to join the private sector in 2001, General John Coburn (RET) had a wealth of experience under his belt. With many prospects available to him, he decided to take the road less traveled and joined a then relatively unknown organization called VT Systems. Since that time, Gen. Coburn has grown VT Systems from $61million in revenue to over $1 billion in less than 10 years. A combat veteran with a law degree, Coburn has triumphed in the transition from military to the private sector. Drawing on his experiences as an Army General and a savvy CEO, he demonstrates how to successfully position and grow a foreign company in the U.S. and discusses the increasing impact of globalization on various industries.