March 2009
Naval War College Review;Summer2009, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p6
Academic Journal
The author discusses the responsibilities and challenges facing the U.S. Naval War College. The college has traditionally been a source of innovative thinking within the Navy, as exemplified by the writings of Alfred Thayer Mahan and Raymond Spruance. Looking ahead the Navy's agenda will include dealing with piracy and energy security.


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