Naval War College Foundation
The Naval War College Foundation was created in 1969 by forward-looking, community-minded individuals whose goals were to ensure the legacy of educational excellence at the Naval War College. As the Foundation welcomes a new look, its commitment to the College remains firm: to educate today in order to secure tomorrow.
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Rear Admiral StephEn B. Luce
The War College is a place of original research on all questions relating to war and to statesmanship connected with war, or the prevention of war.
In a year dominated by a global pandemic, the importance of the need to analyze and improve our institutions' ability to respond to humanitarian crises has never been greater. Working with the NWCF, The Widgeon Foundation recognized this need and responded with a...
These December 2020 events hosted by the U.S. Naval War College are now available for replay: NWC Professor Tim Shultz presented “"Humans vs Machines: Frameworks, Fusions, Fears & Frontiers” at the seventh lecture in the Issues in National Security Lecture...
The Department of the Navy released its strategy for the Arctic Region, entitled a Blue Arctic. The purpose of the Arctic strategy is to outline the Navy's guidance for how to apply naval power in the region and how to prepare for an increasingly accessible Arctic...