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Seventy-two U.S. Navy, Army and Marine Corps students will graduate from the U.S. College of Naval Warfare (CNW) and College of Naval Command and Staff (CNCS), on Nov. 19th.

Nineteen students comprised of 16 Navy, two Marine Corps and one Army will graduate from CNW. Fifty-three students comprised of 45 Navy and eight Army, will graduate from the CNCS.

Rear Adm. Bruce H. Lindsey, deputy director for operations, The Joint Staff, will be the guest speaker for the event.

The College of Naval Warfare is a multidisciplinary program designed for U.S. Naval and Coast Guard officers in the grades of captain or commander, U.S. Marine Corps, Army and Air Force officers in the grades of colonel or lieutenant colonel and civilians of equivalent seniority from various federal agencies. This senior level professional military education program provides students with executive-level preparation for higher responsibilities as senior captains/colonels and flag/general officers.

The College of Naval Command and Staff is a multidisciplinary program designed for U.S. Naval and Coast Guard officers in the grade of lieutenant commander, U.S. Marine Corps, Army, and Air Force officers in the grade of major, and civilians of equivalent seniority from various federal agencies. This intermediate level service college course provides an initial opportunity for professional military education wherein students prepare for increased responsibilities as commanders/lieutenant colonels and as junior captains/colonels.

For more information on CNW, visit http://www.usnwc.edu/cnw.

For more information on CNCS, visit http://www.usnwc.edu/cncs.

For Rear Adm. Bruce H. Lindsey’s official biography, visit http://www.navy.mil/navydata/bios/bio.asp?bioID=669.

The event is scheduled to begin at noon eastern, and can be watched live at http://www.livestream.com/navalwarcollege.