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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.

On Jan. 15, 2010, students from the Naval Command College visited the Rhode Island State House to learn about the functions of state government and discuss issues facing Rhode Island.  After a question and answer session with state senators and representatives, the class ate lunch with and heard remarks from Rhode Island Governor Don Carcieri.  (Photos by John Kurtz)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 15, 2010) Cmdr. Lotta Mabula, South African Navy, presents a gift from the 2010 Naval Command College Class to Rhode Island State Representatives John Loughlin and Joy Hearn.  The NCC class traveled to the State House to learn about the functions of state goverment during a Field Studies Program trip. (Photo by John Kurtz)
 
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 15, 2010) Naval War College President Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup and Naval Command College 2010 class President Cmdr. Lee Goddard from the Royal Australian Navy present Rhode Island Governor Don Carcieri with a scroll depicting all 47 countries represented in the class. (Photo by John Kurtz)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 15, 2010) Naval War College President Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup, Indian Navy Capt. Krishna Swaminathan and his wife Laila, discuss issues facing Rhode Island with Governor Don Carcieri. (Photo by John Kurtz)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 15, 2010) Naval War College President Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup, Cmdr. Omar Hernandez from El Salvador and his wife Teresa discuss issues facing Rhode Island with Governor Don Carcieri. (Photo by John Kurtz)