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The Bridge


The Bridge

The Bridge is the member magazine of the Naval War College Foundation and complimentary copies are distributed to NWCF members and corporate supporters as a benefit of membership. For more information about how you can receive the latest issue of The Bridge, please contact the NWCF office at

The Bridge – Summer 2021

The Summer 2021 issue of The Bridge explores the emergence of Artificial Intelligence as a key factor in today’s national security environment. With contributions from USNWC Professors Sam Tangredi, Thomas Creely, Chris Demchak, and CAPT Mike O’Hara on the topic, as well as a Q&A with Professor Jason Kelly about his new book Market Maoists: The Communist Origins of China’s Capitalist Ascent, you don’t want to miss this issue. Check out the preview and join the NWCF to receive your complimentary copy of the full issue today!

The Bridge Summer 2021 edition focused on a theme of Artificial Intelligence

The Bridge – Fall/Winter 2020

The Fall/Winter 2020 issue of The Bridge dives deep into the topic of the Arctic, a region that is becoming a major factor in national security policy discussions as it becomes the focal point for geopolitical issues such as climate change and maritime law. Join the NWCF to receive your complimentary copy today!

The Bridge Fall/Winter 2020 edition featured articles on the Arctic

The Bridge – Spring 2020

The Spring 2020 edition of The Bridge includes an overview of the U.S. Naval War College’s response to COVID-19, commentary from the Navy’s Chief Learning Officer about the future of the Naval War College, an update on the cutting-edge programs offered by the Cyber & Innovation Policy Institute, and so much more.

Cover image of the The Bridge Spring 2020 edition

The Bridge – Fall/Winter 2019

The Fall/Winter 2019 issue of The Bridge includes a retrospective on the first 50 years of the Naval War College Foundation, commentary from NWC professor Dr. Andrew Wilson on the Middle Powers in the Indo-Pacific region, a feature on the Naval War College’s Institute for Future Warfare Studies (IFWS) by the Leidos Chair of Future Warfare Studies, Dr. Sam Tangredi, and much more.


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