Faculty Teach at Nigeria's National Defence College
NWC faculty engagement with Nigeria's National Defence College counts as first by a U.S. PME institution.
EMC Chair Workshop Explores Changes to US Intelligence
The EMC Chair at the U.S. Naval War College sponsored an “Intelligence, National Security, and War” Workshop, March 25-27.
Researcher calls female POWs the 'unsung heroines'
Mary Raum, a professor of national security affairs, U.S. Naval War College, was the guest speaker Tuesday at Naval Station Newport’s observance of Women’s History Month.
International Law Professor Awarded Baxter Military Prize
U.S. Army Lt. Col. Jeffrey Thurnher, an alumnus of the U.S. Naval War College and faculty member in the college’s international law department, received notification March 7 that he will be awarded the Richard R. Baxter Military Prize Certificate of Achievement from the American Society of International Laws Lieber Society.
Professors assist Peruvian Navy with Maritime Force Development Workshop
Several faculty members from the National Security Affairs department were in Lima, Peru this week to assist the Peruvian navy in efforts to consider force planning alternatives.
NMCRS fund drive gets underway
The 2013 active duty fund drive for the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) kicked off in a ceremony held last Friday at Naval Station Newport.
Naval War College Graduates 28 from College of Naval Warfare
Twenty-eight students from the College of Naval Warfare graduated during a ceremony held at the U.S. Naval War College March 6.
Spring Naval War College Review Available Online
The Naval War College Review is a forum for discussion of public policy matters of interest to the maritime services.
Next NWC President Announced
Navy Rear Adm. Walter E. "Ted" Carter, Jr., will be assigned as the 54th president for the U.S. Naval War College.
Modern cyber warfare allows weakest to challenge powerful
Dr. Chris Demchak spoke in the Newport Art Museum’s Winter Speaker Series Feb. 16 on the topic of “How Cyberspace has Changed War: the Emerging Struggle for Cyber Power through Resilience and Disruption.”
Naval War College Graduates February Class
Seventy-one students from the College of Naval Command and Staff (CNCS) graduated during a ceremony held at the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) Feb. 21.
Academic Spotlight | NSC 82 Students Study Strategy and War
Forty one international officers embarked on a six month program of study at U.S. Naval War College (NWC). The students, who make up the Naval Staff College (NSC) Class 82, arrived from thirty six different countries and were joined by three US Naval officers.
SEA Graduates Senior Enlisted Leaders
The SEA resident course of instruction is a six-week program.
RIBC Recognizes NWC Blood Donors
The Rhode Island Blood Center has learned that if it holds a blood drive at Naval Station Newport, the donors will line up.
Students Complete JPME in Joint NPS, Naval War College Program
In 1986, after a series of snafus in joint military operations, the Goldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act implemented sweeping changes across the defense department.
NWC's Sullivan wins R.I. Bowling Singles Tourney
U.S. Naval War College professor Sean Sullivan won the 2013 U.S. Bowling Congress (USBC) Rhode Island Singles Tournament recently at Alley Katz Lanes in Westerly.
NSDM Students Hear from Former CIA Deputy Director for Intelligence
Dr. John Gannon addressed the student body on the theme of 20th century lessons for 21st century intelligence.
Online PME Enrollments Surpass 100,000
Naval officers and enlisted personnel E-1 to O-4 can access the courses through the Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) portal.