June 2011
Naval War College Review;Summer2011, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p7
Academic Journal
The author offers opinions on the U.S. Naval War College. He states that events in international relations in 2011 reinforce his belief that the college plays an important role in U.S. sea power and overall national security. Developments at the college during the author's tenure as its President are cited including upgrades of facilities, a lecture series presented by the college and the deployment of faculty to serve as consultants to the U.S. Marine Corps during operations in Afghanistan. The author congratulates the Naval War College Foundation for its support.


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