NWC press books win NASOH Awards
Books published by NWC Press have received the John Lyman Book Award..
Naval War College Welcomes New Class
NWC paid tribute to its newest class in a convocation ceremony in Spruance Hall Auditorium.
Naval War College Lecture Series Supports Military Education
NWC professor Larry McCabe finished presenting a three-day series of lectures to senior officers in Gaborone.
Keynote speaker Cook to present at International Symposium
Professor Martin Cook will be the keynote speaker at the International Symposium.
Maurer to speak at South Ferry Church in Narragansett, RI
Dr. John Maurer
will speak on “FDR, Churchill and the Road to Pearl Harbor – Lessons for Today.”
Librarian Lucille Rosa Receives FAFLRT Distinguished Service Award
Rosa was awarded the Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table (FAFLRT) Distinguished Service Award.
Rovner Addresses Intelligence-Policy Relations in New Book
Rovner discusses the interaction between intelligence, policy while highlighting the problem of politicization.
Caribbean Community Security Conference Receives Naval War College Support
NWC NSA faculty provided support to the Caribbean Security and Strategy Conference held in Moneague, Jamaica.
NWC Gains New Minerva Faculty Member
Professor Nahed Zehr is an Islam and al-Qaida specialist.
Navy salutes 28th Black Ships
Director of Naval Command College attended Newport’s 28th annual Black Ships festival.
Global 2011 War Game held at the Naval War College
This year’s Global War Game, a week-long war gaming event, was conducted from 15-22 July at NWC.
Holmes, Yoshihara Publish Report on Taiwan’s Naval Strategy
Report expands on Jamestown China Briefs, arguing that Taiwan should reorient naval strategy from “sea control” to “sea denial.”
NSA Professors Support Uganda People’s Defense Force Senior Command & Staff College in Kimaka, Uganda
Professors Cook, McCabe of the NSA Department traveled to Jinja, Uganda to present lectures to senior military officers.
Naval War College War Gamers Support 37th Inter-American War Game in Dominican Republic
The annual game is underway and is intended to share professional expertise among 14 participating countries.
NWC Employees Nominated, Selected for RI Employees of the Year
The Rhode Island Federal Executive Council recognized NWC employees as nominees for RI Employees of the Year on June 27.
Military Sealift Command's First Officer Robert Foor to attend NWC
Every year, senior civil servants, from organizations such as Military Sealift Command, study alongside military students from all services.
Hoyt Named John N. Brown Chair of Counterterrorism
NWC Professor Dr. Timothy D. Hoyt was named the John N. Brown Chair of Counterterrorism on June 23.
Museum opens Exhibit of Early Printed Maps
The NWC Museum has opened a new exhibition, "Envisioning the World: The First Printed Maps, 1472-1700."
CIWAG Symposium Discusses Threats and Opportunities
Academics, practitioners specializing in irregular warfare and armed groups met to discuss strategic and operational challenges.
NSA Faculty Present Strategy Development Seminar in Mexico City
Members of the Naval War College faculty from the National Security Affairs (NSA) Department, Ambassador John Cloud and Professor Larry McCabe, recently traveled to Mexico City