From Naval War College Public Affairs Office
May 1, 2013

NEWPORT, R.I. -- The Naval War College Press is proud to present the Summer 2013 issue of the Naval War College Review.  It is currently available online, with the print version expected to be available at the end of May.

In this issue:

Title Page - Summer 2013 
President's Forum - RADM John N. Christenson, USN 
Smart Defense: Brave New Approach or Deja Vu? - Paul Johnson, Tim LaBenz, and Darrell Driver 
Book Reviews - Summer 2013 

 This issue and past issues are available at

A “Newport admiral”—Rear Admiral William Thomas Swinburne (1847–1928). Born in Newport, Rhode Island, on 24 August 1847, he was appointed to the U.S. Naval Academy in 1862, attending that institution not at Annapolis but here in Newport, where the academy was located during the Civil War. He was the father-in-law of Rear Admiral Luke McNamee (1871–1952), who was to be President of the Naval War College in 1933–34. In his service elsewhere, Rear Admiral Swinburne commanded the Pacific Squadron, 1906–1907, and then its successor, the Pacific Fleet, until 1909. Retiring that year, he died in 1928 in Coronado, California, and was buried at sea
Photograph in the William T. Swinburne Papers in the Naval War College’s Naval Historical Collection, Newport, Rhode Island.

Posted by Lt. Cmdr. Anthony Ohl
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