Educating Warriors Globally Engaged and Culturally Aware

Yu, Maochun Miles; Disher, Timothy; Phillips, Andrew T.
March 2010
Liberal Education;Spring2010, Vol. 96 Issue 2, p22
The article focuses on educating warriors in the United States Naval Academy to be globally engaged and culturally aware. It contends that to achieve the maritime strategy, the institution has to develop an advanced set of skills in language, regional expertise, and cultural awareness. It mentions the main problem of the academy and states potential answers to these problems and suggests that the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps will be exposed to more integrated system of cultures and societies.


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