Name Change Strengthens Focus on National Security Studies
NSDM becomes National Security Affairs Department on March 1.
Regional Maritime Leaders Gather in Hawaii for Naval War College Course
Naval officers from 13 nations met, Feb. 10-16, for NWC's CFMCC course.
NWC Faculty Involved With Civic Education Program
Professors to lecture during Great Decisions Seminars Series at Salve Regina University.
U.S. Civil Military Relations After 9/11 Examined in New Book
Professor Mac Owens explores interactions between civilian leadership and military.
Columnist George Will to Speak at Naval War College
Pulitzer Prizing-winning author will also tour NWC and attend briefings.
NWC Professor to Discuss the Aerospace Revolution of China at Conference
Conference will examine the rise of China’s military and consequences for U.S.
Ethics Conference Examines Responsibilities of Military Leaders
Experts discuss rights and responsibilities of the professional military officer.
CNCS Students Receive Diplomas at Naval War College
Dr. Marc Genest delivers commencement address to 63 graduates.
War College Represented at International Law Review Symposium
Conference will focus on international conflict and global war on terror.
Naval War College President Selected For Promotion
Rear Adm. James ‘Phil’ Wisecup will promote to the rank of vice admiral and his next assignment as Inspector General, Department of the Navy, Washington, D.C.
Shadow Faculty Initiative Strikes Positive Chord at War College
New program brought professors from Azerbaijan and Georgia.
Naval War College Museum Showcases a Century of Naval Aviation
Exhibit features historical items from NWC staff, faculty and Quonset Air Museum.
Next Naval War College President Announced
Rear Adm. John N. Christenson will serve as NWC's 53rd president.
Civil War Strategies Chronicled in Book by CDE Professor
Dr. Donald Stoker won Fletcher Pratt award for best non-fiction Civil War book of 2010.
NWC Professor Coordinates Textbook Shipment to Kenya
NWC has conducted book drives for military institutions in Africa since 2007.
NWC Staff Lectures at Senior Command and Staff College in Uganda
Professors lecture to students at Senior Command and Staff College
Professor Thomas Nichols to Speak on Nuclear War at University Events
NSDM professor will lecture at Harvard and the University of Loyola in February.
New Book Examines Rules Governing Freedom of the Seas
Cmdr. James Kraska discusses maritime power and the law of the sea.
Naval War College Professor and Student Reunited in Afghanistan
Cmdr. Derek Reveron and Canadian Navy Capt. Angus Topshee reconnect in Kabul.
Military Intervention and Soft Power Intrigue NWC Visiting Scholar
Dr. Larissa Forster intrigued by military intervention and soft power.