Mahnken Explores Competitive Strategies in New Book
Thomas G. Mahnken, a professor with the Strategy and Policy Department edited a new book, “Competitive Strategies for the 21st Century: Theory, History, and Practice.”
International Law Department Conducts Maritime Security Cooperation Workshop
Latest China Maritime Study Looks at Nontraditional Security Challenges
CDE Professors Attend Annual Workshop
More than 60 professors from around the nation converged on Newport last week for the U.S. Naval War College’s annual Fleet Professors Workshop sponsored by the College of Distance Education.
Naval War College Library Overseeing Digitization of Nimitz Gray Book
Librarians at the Naval War College this week began a digitization project of Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz’s detailed operational diary covering activities and correspondence of the Pacific Command from December 7, 1941-August 31, 1945.
Strategy and Policy Department Workshop on the Teaching of Grand Strategy
The Strategy and Policy Department conducted a workshop on the teaching of grand strategy. The workshop brought together some of the world’s most influential teachers and thinkers to examine the design and delivery of courses on strategy.
Vice Chairman Receives Award, Welcomes War College Students
Navy Adm. James A. “Sandy” Winnefeld Jr. spoke to nearly 600 students at the U.S. Naval War College after receiving the school’s distinguished graduate leadership award.
Naval War College Welcomes New Class
The U.S. Naval War College paid tribute to its newest class of approximately 585 resident students from the armed forces and civilian federal agencies in a convocation ceremony in Spruance Hall Auditorium Aug. 20.
Naval War College Strengthens International Relations and Security In Mozambique
Three faculty members from the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) completed a three-day workshop yesterday for senior military officials in Mozambique where they provided them ways to turn national strategies into capabilities in order to bolster their national security.