BoiseCFR Annual Membership Renewal

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BoiseCFR December Dinner Meeting

Date:            Monday December 16, 2019 

Time:           Social hour 6:00 p.m.; dinner 7:00 p.m.

Place:          Riverside Hotel- Room TBD   (click for hotel room map)

Cost:            $25.00, including tax and tip. Please make checks payable to the Boise
                       Committee on Foreign Relations.

Speaker:     Lt General John F. Regni, USAF (retired)

Topic:          "America's Role in the World: A Military Perspective."

General Regni, is a member of the Board of Directors for the DigitalGlobe Foundation, a member of the Board of Directors for the Military Officers Association of America, an Adjunct Contract Professor for the United States Air Force, a National Security Advisory Council member of the US Global Leadership Coalition, is active with Mission:Readiness, and is Chairman of the Southwest Defense Alliance.

General Regni’s assignments during his 36 years of commissioned service spanned Personnel, Training, Education and Command positions. He served as Base Commander, Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, commanded the Second Air Force, commanded the Air University, and culminated his distinguished career as Commander and Superintendent of his alma mater, the US Air Force Academy. In that capacity he led the effort and conceived the Academy Energy Strategic Plan that put the Air Force Academy on an achievable path to produce 100% of its electricity, and to be “carbon free” by 2025. Notably, this plan leverages the abundant natural resources at the expansive Academy and involves the use of solar fields, hydroelectric turbines, a waste-to-energy plant, geothermal heat pumps, a dry fermentation biomass facility, woody biomass and low profile wind devices to reach its 2025 goals.


We are working on a speaker for January. We will let you know when that information is available.

Boise Committee membership renewal notices for our 2019-2020 season were mailed in August.  If you are not a member and are interested in joining the Boise Committee, please go to our Membership page to get more information about joining.

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