Gen. Denis Mercier, commander of NATO’s Supreme Allied Command Transformation, will speak at the Bush Library March 5.
By Lauren Holtmeier, Texas A&M University Bush School of Government & Public Service
Gen. Denis Mercier, commander of NATO’s Supreme Allied Command Transformation, will lead “A Conversation about NATO: Adaptations, Challenges, and Opportunities” in the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Orientation Theater located on Texas A&M University’s campus on March 5 from 12:20–1:20 p.m.
This event, which is part of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs Lecture Series at the Bush School of Government & Public Service, aims to provide a greater understanding of NATO operations in today’s world. Born in France, General Mercier will share his perspective on the issues surrounding NATO.
Gen. Mercier has been in his current position since 2015. Having earned a master’s degree in science from the French Air Force Academy, he qualified as a fighter pilot and acquired extensive experience as an operational commander.
NATO has been a constant in Gen. Mercier’s career at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels. Working his way through the ranks to his current position, he has served as commander of Reims Air Force Base in France in addition to commanding the French Air Force Academy in Salon-de-Provence, where he was a transformative leader.
This event is open to the public. To register or for more information, visit the Bush School website.
Media contact: Leslie Ruyle, Assistant Director, Scowcroft Institute, (979)845-1540, firstname.lastname@example.org