The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) transits the South China Sea.
The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) transits the South China Sea. The Carl Vinson Strike Group is currently operating in the Western Pacific as part of a regularly schedule deployment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Jasen Morenogarcia/Released)

College of Maritime Operational Warfare

U.S. Naval War College is committed to preparing you for the ever-evolving ethical and tactical challenges facing today’s naval officers. The College of Maritime Operational Warfare aims to improve the capability of Navy commanders to lead maritime, joint, and multinational forces as well as improve the capability of Navy staff members to plan, execute, assess and to function cohesively as a maritime operations center.

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Humanitarian Response Program

Our goal is improve effectiveness in humanitarian assistance and disaster response operations through innovative education, research, and simulation activities.

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The Rochefort Group

We ingrain maritime information warfighting into education and fleet engagement in order to increase combat readiness and lethality at the operational level of war and across all warfighting domains.

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Assist and Assess Team

We partner with fleet commanders, Maritime Operations Center staffs, and other Navy commands to enhance the Navy’s maritime command, control, and readiness at the Operational Level of War.

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We provide intermediate- and senior-level leadership development through our ever-evolving curriculum—Explore our available programs.

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