Jeffrey Michael Alves, Select One

Associate Professor College of Maritime Operational Warfare
CDR, U.S. Navy, Retired
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Biography

Retired Cmdr. Jeffrey M. Alves joined the U.S. Naval War College faculty in May 2014. Originally from Falmouth, Massachusetts, he graduated from Boston University in 1990 with a bachelor’s in international relations and a concentration in strategy and security concepts. Professor Alves is currently a faculty member of the Maritime Operational Planner’s Course in the College of Maritime Operational Warfare. His specialties include joint and naval planning, operational functions, humanitarian assistance and non-combatant evacuation operations.

Areas of Expertise

  • Command and Control
  • HA/DR
  • Joint Operations
  • Military Planning
  • Operational Warfare

Professional Highlights

2014

Associate Professor (Maritime Operational Planner's Course)

Professor Alves is currently a member of the Maritime Operational Planner’s Course faculty in the College of Maritime Operational Warfare. Specialties include joint and naval planning, operational functions, humanitarian assistance, and non-combatant evacuation operations.
2009

Military Faculty (Assist and Assess Team)

Jeff served on the NWC Assist and Assess Team as lead Plans Observer / Trainer. In this capacity he was recognized by being awarded the “RI Federal Employee of the Year - Military”. Also, he deployed for 11 months as the Director, N5 for Commander ESG 5 in Manama, Bahrain.
2004

Deputy Operations Planning Group

In 2004 Jeff earned a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies. Subsequently, he reported to the staff of Commander, Naval Forces Europe-Commander US SIXTH FLEET in Naples Italy where he served as the Deputy Operations Planning Group.

Education

M.A., National Security and Strategic Studies

B.A., International Relations, Concentration in Strategy and Security Concepts

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