Experts Testify on Professional Military Education
The House Armed Services Committee (HASC) provides oversight for professional military education.
NWC Team Supports PSI Workshop
As a part of NWC's ongoing support to the US Government’s Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) outreach effort, a combined Center for Naval Warfare Studies (CNWS) team designed and executed a series of Tabletop Exercises to introduce the practical application of the PSI “Statement of Interdiction Principles” during a recent Regional PSI Counterproliferation Workshop.
Foreign Area Officer travels to Senegal; learns on the ship, in the community
During the Naval War College's (NWC) summer academic recess, College of Naval Warfare student Cmdr. Robert Stouse spent seven weeks in Senegal, to satisfy requirements of his Foreign Area Officer designation.
Naval War College Considers Irregular Warfare
The Naval War College (NWC) commenced a two-day conference on Sept. 15 to promote the understanding and evolution of Irregular Warfare (IW). The assembly brings together prominent key thinkers and analysts working on the development of insurgency and counterinsurgency over the course of time.
Naval War College Remembers 9/11
The Naval War College (NWC) held a memorial ceremony on Sept. 11 to honor those lost at the Pentagon in the terrorist attacks eight years ago.
Autumn Naval War College Review Now Online
Take a look at the autumn issue of the quarterly Naval War College Review, a forum for discussion of public policy matters of interest to the maritime services.
Spotlight: Using the Land to Control the Sea? Chinese Analysts Consider the Antiship Ballistic Missile
NWC Graduates Maritime Advanced Warfighting School Students
The Naval War College (NWC) completed its twelfth advanced warfighting school class with the graduation of 29 students on Sept. 10.
Warwick Beacon: Afghanistan more than a battle of bullets
Professor Marc Genest was highlighted Sept. 9 in his hometown newspaper.
NWC Energy Team Proposes Environmental Improvements
The energy team included three University of Rhode Island students who worked on the project throughout the summer, and were led by Team Director Capt. Ken Wavell, working with NWC's Facilities Department.
NWC to Host Arctic Security Conference
Government and academic experts will convene at the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) for a two-day “Arctic Security Policy and Law in an Age of Climate Change” conference, Sept. 22 and 23.
Distance Education Professor Receives Award at Civilian University
Naval War College (NWC) professor Joyce Sampson received the Distinguished Faculty Member of the Year Award from Norwich University (NU) in Northfield, Vt., for her contributions to the institution’s online ...
NWC Hosts Global War Game
NEWPORT, R.I. - The Naval War College (NWC) War Gaming Department hosted a weeklong war game, entitled Global’09, which concluded on July 24. The participants included 40 NWC faculty, staff ...
NWC Faculty Teach Maritime Safety and Security in Kenya
MOMBASA, Kenya (July 20, 2009) U.S. Naval War College professor Tom Fedyszyn of the National Security Decision Making department addresses students of the Maritime Safety and Security Course at the Maritime Center ...
NWC Welcomes New Dean of Academics, Library Director
NEWPORT, R.I. -- The Naval War College has selected Strategy and Policy professor Dr. John Garofano as the new Dean of Academics and Terry Metz as Library Director
NSDM professor to speak at Atlantic Council
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- National Security Decision Making professor Nikolas Gvosdev will speak at a round table discussion at the Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. ...
Center for Naval Warfare Studies Chairman Publishes Book
Strategic Research department chairman professor Peter Dombrowski releases book
JFMCC Flag Course Prepares Top Leaders
NEWPORT, R.I. (July 13, 2009) - Via teleconference, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead addresses the Joint Force Maritime Component Commander (JFMCC) Flag Course
'Navy Reads' Blog Sparks Interest with Key Interview
NEWPORT, R.I. - U.S. Naval War College Professor John E. Jackson, manager of Navy's Professional Reading Program, discusses the origins, impact and future of the program in an interview published ...
Senior Enlisted Academy Preps Grads for Any Leadership Challenge
NEWPORT, R.I. – Graduation day came for 72 of the U.S. military’s top enlisted leaders and two international students honored July 9 as the latest to earn diplomas from the ...