CMSI conference examines evolving Chinese navy
The China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI) hosted a two-day conference at the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) focusing on “China’s Evolving Surface Fleet,” May 1-2.
Former Prisoner of War Reflects on Captivity at Naval War College
Retired Cmdr. and former NWC professor Porter Halyburton visits NWC every year to share his story.
Summer 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.
NWC Professors Speak to Rhode Island Law Enforcement Specialists
Lectures Addressed Terrorist Attempts to Defeat Military and Law Enforcement Response; Patterns of Radicalization in Homegrown Violent Extremists.
NWC War Gaming Supports DEGRE 13
Approximately 65 participants from a variety of military commands and the intelligence community engaged in this robust, multi-sided game.
Fleet Seminar Program Sailor Selected for 2014 Olmsted Scholar Program
Lt. Jared M. Wilhelm will complete the NWC Fleet Seminar Program in May and begin language training in the summer or fall of 2013.
Levy Chair Hosts Workshop on Arms Races
“Not Peace but a Sword: Arms Races in International Politics from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Centuries” was discussed in London, England, April 11-13.
NWC Professor Leads Counterterrorism Training in Mauritania
Capt. Kevin Brew, a professor in the U.S. Naval War College’s (NWC) Joint Military Operations (JMO) department, returned last week from a mission to Nouakchott, Mauritania where he led a joint team to train Mauritanian security forces on various legal issues in counterterrorism.
NWC Operational Level Programs Launches Online Magazine
The U.S. Naval War College’s College of Operational and Strategic Leadership (COSL) launched an online magazine April 15.
NWC to Participate in 30th Annual Joint Exercise
On Monday, Lt. Gen. David Fadok, commander and president of the Air University, will welcome 132 students from six senior-level military colleges and the National Intelligence University for the 30th annual Joint Land, Air and Sea Strategic Exercise, or JLASS-EX.
Professor's Book Wins Award
Professor Joshua Rovner received the International Security Studies Section (ISSS) best book award for 2012 at an annual International Studies Association reception in San Francisco on April 5.
SEA Graduates Senior Enlisted Leaders
The six-week program challenges and educates in areas such as communication skills, leadership, organizational behavior, team building, and brilliant on the basics.
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.