NWC Student Attends Western Pacific Naval Symposium
Lt. Cmdr. David Casteel represented the U.S. at the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force Staff College short-term exchange program.
Peloponnesian War Provides Insight into Strategy and Policy
The historian Thucydides, who served as a general in the Peloponnesian War, provided a classic account of this struggle.
NWC Students Honor Victims of War
Students from the U.S. Naval War College remembered the victims of war, violence, and suppression
at Island Cemetery, Nov. 18.
Navy’s infancy and USCG aviation revisited
Author Chipp Reid spoke about his latest book, "Intrepid Sailors: The Legacy of Preble’s Boys and the Tripoli Campaign," at the Eight Bells Lecture on Nov. 8 at the Naval War College Museum.
Johnson-Freese Authors Book on PME
Joan Johnson-Freese, a professor of international and national security studies within the national security affairs department here at the U.S. Naval War College, recently authored a book, titled “Educating America’s Military.”
Naval War College Hosts Joint Graduation Ceremony
Eighty-seven students from the College of Naval Warfare and College of Naval Command and Staff graduated Friday, Nov. 16, during a joint ceremony held at the U.S. Naval War College.
Retired Admiral Details Somali Piracy Strategy
Contemporary Somali piracy was the topic of the Eight Bells Lecture on Nov. 1 as retired Rear Adm. Terry McKnight spoke about his background as Commander, Task Force 151, and how that led to his book, "Pirate Alley: Commanding Task Force 151 Off Somalia."
GE CEO Evening Lecture Available Online
Jeffrey R. Immelt, the ninth chairman of GE, presented "The Importance of Culture."
Strategy and War Course Kicks Off
The class teaches students to think strategically and to prepare for positions of strategic leadership.
NWC, NPS Professors Co-Author Defense Contingency Contracting Handbook
U.S. Naval War College professor Dayne Nix and Naval Postgraduate School senior lecturer E. Cory Yoder co-authored and recently released the fourth edition of the Defense Contingency Contracting Handbook.
NWC Student Tells Returning Veterans to Meet Civilian Life Challenges
Lt. Col. William Wando, United States Marine Corps, a student at the College of Naval Warfare, Naval War College, was a keynote speaker, Nov. 8, at the 2nd annual Armed Forces Recognition Day ceremony at the Community College of Rhode Island Newport County campus.
Winter 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 Contributes to Fourth Fleet HA/DR Reserve Training
More than 100 Navy Reservists from four East Coast units participated in the humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise Urgent Provider Nov. 2-3 hosted by U.S. 4th Fleet.