This unique symposium is designed to highlight the role of land forces in the Pacific theater both in peace and war. In addition to perspectives from U.S. military leaders and chiefs of service of countries in this region, there will also be presentations from key senior leaders within the U.S. interagency team, capturing the importance and essence of a whole-of-government approach to ensuring the nation’s security. Industry will participate, providing a perspective on how it is meeting the needs of the U.S. military together with cooperating and assisting other countries’ land forces in the Pacific theater. The panels and presentations will cover such topics as team building and partner growth; information warfare and cyber activities; leveraging training with technology; partnerships with nongovernmental organizations; and humanitarian assistance and disaster response, to name a few. The two-and-a-half-day symposium will demonstrate the importance of land power in the Pacific, especially engagement with allies to build partner capacity, and its effectiveness in response to requirements of the combatant commander, Commander U.S. Pacific Command, as part of the joint force.