CNW Students Participate in NSDM Capstone Event
Students presented proposed future grand strategies for the United States.
International Maritime Leaders Gather for Combined Force Maritime Component Commander Course
U.S. Pacific Fleet hosted the NWC’s Combined Force Maritime Component Commander Course.
NWC Graduates College of Naval Warfare Class
Forty-three senior-level students wrapped up their studies at the Naval War College.
On the Passing of Former Secretary of State, NWC Alumnus, Gen. Alexander Haig
Gen. Alexander Haig, one of the college's most distinguished graduates, died Feb. 20.
Owens to Discuss Abraham Lincoln's Role as War President at Salve Regina University
Mackubin Owens will present "Abraham Lincoln as War President" on Feb. 24 during an event open to the public.
Ocean Explorer to Present Next Evening Lecture
Dr. Sylvia Earle, Explorer-in-Residence for National Geographic, will speak at NWC on Monday, March 8, 2010.
Senior Enlisted Academy Changes Helm
Command Master Chief (SS/AW/SW) Charles L. Dassance is the new director of SEA and NWC's command master chief.
PHOTO SPOTLIGHT: NCC Students Visit the Southeast
During this Field Studies Program, international students visited the Southeast.
PHOTO SPOTLIGHT: War Gaming Kids Play "Sink the Bismarck"
War Gaming Department hosted family members for a game with large 19" battleship models and airplanes.
NWC Professor Serves as Expert on National White Collar Crime Victimization Survey
Criminology expert Hank Brightman joined a team to create the 2010 National Public Survey on White Collar Crime
NWC Recognizes Employees During Ceremony
Five employees were honored for civilian of the quarter, sailor of the quarter, and length of service awards.
NWC Graduates CNCS Students
Phased in during the academic year’s third trimester, 72 officers graduated on Feb. 3.
Strategic Research Professor Wins Third Place in Nation's Oldest Essay Contest
Dr. Andrew Erickson was recognized in the U.S. Naval Institute's General Prize Essay Contest.
War Gaming Department Takes Game to Distance Students
A group of faculty members conducted a multi-sided, board-enabled war game for Strategy and War students in D.C. and Norfolk.
NWC Responds to Haitian Crisis
A group of faculty members from the College of Operational and Strategic Leadership is working on the U.S. Navy's Fourth Fleet staff.
Dutton Briefs at Senate Armed Services Committee
Professor Peter Dutton, from NWC's China Maritime Studies Institute, presented "The South China Sea through a Chinese Lens."
PHOTO SPOTLIGHT: NCC Students Visit R.I. State House
During this Field Studies Program trip, international students learned about the functions of state government.
NWC Welcomes 76th Naval Staff College Class
Thirty-five international students kicked off their studies Jan. 15, beginning a six-month study period at the U.S. Naval War College.
China Maritime Studies Institute Opens Unique Research Library
The library features about 80 Chinese journals and hundreds of books on topics from marine science to regional security to defense policy.
JMO Professor Wins Intelligence Essay Contest
“Teaching an Old Trick to a New Dog: Adapting an Anti-Submarine Warfare Intelligence Mentality to Irregular Warfare.”