International students attending the Naval War College participate in a Field Studies Program. The objective of field studies travel is to illustrate how the United States functions in all respects including democratic ideals of elected government, internationally recognized human rights, free enterprise, judicial system, industry, diversity of society, press, political parties and interest groups, media and civil-military relations.
During this Field Studies Program trip to the Southeast, including Atlanta, Miami, and Macdill Air Force Base from Feb. 7 to Feb. 15, Naval Command College officers were guests of CNN, the Martin Luther King Center, the Jimmy Carter Center, and Georgia Tech Reserve Officer Training Corps.
MIAMI (Feb. 10, 2010) A student from the Naval Command College discusses the U. S. Coast Guard role in securing our borders with Coast Guard LT Nelli, Commanding Officer of the cutter Sitkinak. The NCC Class of 2010 visited Coast Guard Seventh District, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Kennedy Space Center and U.S. Central Command while in South Florida as part of the Southeast Field Studies Program from Feb. 7-15. (Photo by LtCol Michelle Barrett, USAF)
ATLANTA (Feb. 9, 2010) Mr. Eli Flournoy, CNN Managing Editor of International News Source Operations talks with a student from the Naval Command College about how CNN fulfils its reporting responsibilities for international news. NCC officers were guests of CNN, the Martin Luther King Center, the Jimmy Carter Center, and Georgia Tech ROTC during their stay in Atlanta as part of the Southeast U. S. Field Studies Program from Feb. 7-15. (Photo by LtCol Michelle Barrett, USAF)