Evening Lecture Series Presents Ambassador Swanee Hunt on Inclusive Security
Ambassador Swanee Hunt addressed the importance of Inclusive Security and how it applies to the world today in an U.S. Naval War College evening lecture, entitled "Inclusive Security: Vital or Vacuous?," on May 23.
Letendre, Longenecker Discuss DADT Repeal, Bathsheba Syndrome
The repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) policy and a closer look at why successful people make ethical mistakes were two topic areas explored during the final ethics conference held at the U.S. Naval War College (NWC), on May 18.
NWC Recognizes Faculty and Staff Achievements
The U.S. Naval War College (NWC) community joined NWC President Rear Adm. John N. Christenson in recognizing outstanding faculty and staff at a command awards ceremony, on May 23.
NWC Hosts 25th Annual College of Distance Education D.C. Dinner
The U.S. Naval War College hosted its 25th annual College of Distance Education Dinner and Philip A. Crowl Lecture Series at the Catering and Conference Center located on the Washington Navy Yard, May 8.
U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa Hosts NWC's CFMCC Course
23 executive-level attendees from the maritime countries of Europe and Africa participated.
Professor John Hattendorf Receives Dewey Award from Naval Order
The organization encourages research and writing on naval and maritime subjects.
U.S. Naval War College Employees Recognized with Employee of Year Awards
NWC employees were recognized as 2011 Rhode Island Federal Executive Council Employees of the Year.
NWC Remembers Faculty Member Paul Arthur Romanski
Capt. Paul Romanski, U.S. Navy, retired, passed away on May 5.
NWC Hosts Geography of War Workshop
International law experts from around the world gather to discuss legal issues surrounding armed conflicts with with a non-state actor.
Summer Naval War College Review Available Online
Print version will be available in June.
Cyber Strategy Examined at NWC Conference
Conference held to examine how governments and militaries can utilize cyber strategies and it's effects on future conflicts.
CNW Student, Navy SEAL Emphasizes Joint Operations
Cmdr. Travis Schweizer talked during a Heritage of Freedom event at Hanscom Air Force Base.
68 Reserve Officers Complete Theater Security Decision Making Course
The course is designed to educate reserve officers on theater strategic issues in partial requirement towards their joint professional military education (JPME) Phase I qualification.
NWC’s Kraska explores Implications of UN Convention on Law of the Sea
Kraska's remarks at a UK workshop focused on paragraph three in Article 121 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
NWC Remembers ANZAC Day at Sunrise
ANZAC Day is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand.