National Security Affairs
Professor William M. Calhoun, Captain USN (Ret), and a former naval aviator, joined the National Security Decision Making faculty of the Naval War College in 1988. He taught the Senior Leadership Seminar and Leading Organizations Effectively courses. Previously, he was a member of the teaching faculty for five years and served as the Policy Making and Implementation Course Director before becoming the Dean of Academics in 1993. He served as Dean for over seven years, and also served as acting Provost before returning to the NSDM teaching faculty in March of 2001 as the Decision Making and Implementation Course Director. Professor Calhoun has published numerous case studies and articles for curriculum use, primarily in the policy and decision making field. He has been a contributing editor and author for Case Studies in Policy Making and Implementation, published by the Naval War College Press (in its 10th edition). He has also published articles and book reviews in the Naval War College Review, for the Claremont Institute and other publications. He is a distinguished graduate of the Naval War College, and also is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and the University of Georgia School of Law.
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