National Security Affairs Students Pitch Strategy Plans to Senior Combatant Command Planners
The Theater Security Decision Making Final Exercise is the capstone event for the National Security Affairs trimester.
NWC Holds Quarterly Awards Ceremony
Employees were recognized for milestones in service as well as civilians and Sailor of the quarter.
Strategic Research professor talks cyber-resilience
Professor Chris Demchak's recent book assesses the need of modern states to adapt and respond to cyber threats.
Historian Awarded Hattendorf Prize during International Seapower Symposium
British naval historian N.A.M. Rodger is the inaugural Hattendorf Prize Laureate.
NWC faculty member, student receive awards from USNI
Professor Milan Vego and Cmdr. In Ha were recognized General Prize Essay Contest winners.
Carpenter to speak on World War II in public library series
The series runs on Oct. 25 and Nov. 1, 8, 15 and 22.
CNO Emphasizes Cooperation at 20th International Seapower Symposium
Speaking to participants from 111 nations, Greenert reflected on the symposium.
Michael Oren, Ambassador of Israel to the U.S., to Speak at NWC
Salve Regina University’s Pell Center is organizing the visit.
Newport Paper Examines “Innovation in Carrier Aviation”
The steam catapult, angled flight deck, and mirror-light landing aid were developed first by the Royal Navy.
SECNAV Addresses International Seapower Symposium Delegation
The secretary stressed the importance of maritime cooperation and global presence as nations work together.
CNO Kicks off International Seapower Symposium at U.S. Naval War College
More than 110 nations, with many of the senior-most officers from their navy or coast guard, are attending this biennial event.
Video Now Available of Gaddis Evening Lecture on George Kennan
Ever wonder why the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) curriculum includes classics like Thucydides?
ILD Co-sponsors Armed Conflict Conference at Boston University
International Law Department worked with BU to present "Ten Years In: Appraising the International Law of the 'Long War' in Afghanistan and Pakistan."
Navy's Top Admiral to Host Global Symposium at Naval War College
More than 170 delegates from more than 100 countries, including many of the senior-most officers from those countries' navies, are expected to attend.
U.S. Navy Reservists Rescue Man After Car Accident
Reservists on duty at NWC rescued a driver who flipped his car, landed upside down in ditch.
Navy Band Northeast earns Partnership Award
Navy Band Northeast earned Navy’s Personal Excellence Partnership Flagship Award for performance efforts in regional schools.
Students publish fall edition of “/Luce.nt/”
Several NWC student authors are publishing pieces in an online journal which evokes the benefits of scholarship.
Kraska brings International Law expertise to USAFRICOM exercise
James Kraska participated in Natural Fire 11, a USAFRICOM exercise designed to enhance regional partnerships.
NWC Student Speaks at OTCN's Hispanic Heritage Month Observance
Capt. Anthony Cowden spoke about his personal quest for information on his Hispanic connections.
Naval War College Game Reports Featured at Small Vessel Security Threat Conference in San Francisco
Two game reports published by NWC War Gaming Department were presented in San Francisco.