NEWPORT, R. I. (NNS) U. S. Naval War College's (NWC) Center for Irregular Warfare and Armed Groups (CIWAG) hosted its tenth annual symposium, " Access and Influence, " at NWC June 2627. " Codirecting all 10 of our symposia series, we've broadened and deepened our focus every year, " said Andrea Dew, associate professor, NWC's CIWAG. The Naval Postgraduate School Center on Terrorism and Irregular Warfare and the United States Military Academy Military Art and Science Major Irregular Warfare Specialty Track websites were reviewed for pertinent information.
The Department of Defense Analysis is an interdisciplinary association of faculty, representing a wide range of academic and operational specialties. The Department has two curricula: the Special OperationsIrregular Warfare curriculum and the Information Strategy and Political Warfare curriculum. The Special OperationsIrregular Warfare curriculum is a sixquarter course of study with entry dates in January and June. If further information is needed, contact the Academic Associate or the Program ManagerOfficer for this curriculum.
Forum on Emerging and Irregular Warfare Studies (FEIWS) Events AY: 1 Oct 2015 VADM Walter E. " Ted" Carter Jr.Superintendent, U. S. Naval Academy, EWCyber Implications on Sea Power in the PrecisionMissile Age, class visit in SY485H Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare in the Cyber Domain for CAPT Robertson (Sampson 103, ). The Autumn issue of Naval War College Review is now available online. Here are several selected articles that should be of interest to the SWJ community: The Most Daring Act of the Age: Principles for Naval Irregular Warfare Lieutenant Commander Benjamin Armstrong, U.
S. Navy. The Naval War College (NWC) Fleet Seminar Program (FSP) offers joint intermediate level PME through a set of three courses: Strategy and War, Theater Security Decision Making, and Joint Maritime Operations and is offered at multiple locations in keeping with efforts of the Chief of Naval Personnel to foster a deliberate and flexible learning environment. Naval War College" Access and Influence" Symposium focuses on Irregular Warfare Show Caption Andrew F.
Knaggs, deputy assistant secretary of defense for special operation and combating terrorism, addresses a symposium hosted by the Center for Irregular Warfare and Armed Groups (CIWAG) at U.
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S. Naval War College, the Lessons of World War Two, and Future Naval Warfare, NEWPORT, R. I. (NNS) The Center for Irregular Warfare and Armed Groups (CIWAG) at U. S. Naval War College (NWC) hosted its seventh annual symposium, " Retrospect and Prospect, " June 2324. CIWAG was established in 2008 to promote interdisciplinary study of the challenges presented by irregular warfare and armed groups in the 21st century.
The NWCs CIWAG directly supports Department of Defense Directive 3000. 07 by improving DOD proficiency at irregular warfare, explicitly integrating concepts and capabilities relevant to irregular warfare into DOD activities, and maintaining and supporting irregular warfare capabilities and capacity.
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