Congressional Staff Members Visit Naval War College
Twenty congressional staff members visited the Naval War College (NWC), March 31, as part of a caseworker workshop, coordinated by the Navy's Office of Legislative Affairs. Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup, president ...
U.S. 4th Fleet Stands Up Maritime Operations Center
Commander, U.S. 4th Fleet officially launched the implementation process for the command's new maritime operations center (MOC) March 2. In a www.navy.mil article, credit was given to the Naval War College's ...
Future NWC Professor Makes Federal 100 IT Leader List
Capt. Roy S. Petty, currently commander of Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command, was selected for the Federal 100 list of outstanding information technology (IT) leaders for 2008, on March 25. Petty has ...
China Maritime Study No. 2 Is Now Available Online
NWC professor Peter Dutton's article "Scouting, Signaling, and Gatekeeping: Chinese Naval Operations in Japanese Waters and the International Law Implications" is the second in ...
NWC President Launches Online Journal
Naval War College President Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup launched an online blog, entitled "President's Journal," March 18. His first entry is a brief introduction and indicates that he intends to ...
Spring Issue of Naval War College Review is Available Online
Articles include The Navy's Changing Force Paradigm by Dean Robert C. Rubel;
NWC Graduates 42 CNW Students
The senior students wrapped up a 10-month long curriculum
NWC National Security Decision Making Course Wraps Up Trimester
Students presented proposed future grand strategies for the United States to a panel of national security leaders
NWC Professor Testifies Before U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission
Naval War College (NWC) professor Paul Smith testified March 4, before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission Hearing on “China’s Military and Security Activities Abroad.” His testimony, “China’s Political and Economic Ascendancy ...
Dr. Craig Symonds to Speak on Civil War at Evening Lecture Series
“The Civil War Blockade” at the next evening lecture, March 18, at 7:30 p.m., sponsored by the Naval War College