Events at NPS
NWSI Warfighting Briefing Series
What: NWSI ‘Warfighting Context of the Operational Environment’ Briefing Series
- China: C5ISRT Overview
- China: Electromagnetic Warfare Overview
Who: (Presenter) Office of Naval Intelligence SMEs
(Audience) NPS Students and Faculty (US Only-with SECRET clearance)
**If you have an active clearance but don’t have STBL access, please contact the Security Office NLT 7 December to coordinate attendance.**
When: 1500-1600 Thursday, 12 December
Where: STBL B09 and B18
Why: The ‘Warfighting Context of the Operational Environment’ series is intended to orient the NPS faculty and students to the threat environment within which our joint force may fight its next battles. These briefings are intended to focus on the nexus of the cutting edge of technology with corresponding tactical and operational implications. These briefings are intended to occur approximately every 1-2 months on topics stressing our joint force and which lend themselves to academic exploration by our warrior scholars.
Fall Quarter Graduation
The Naval Postgraduate School Fall Quarter Graduation Ceremony is currently scheduled for Friday, December 15, 2023.
Viewing will be available at www.nps.edu/web/video.
Please visit Graduation site for more information.
Christmas Day is a federal holiday celebrated on Monday, Dec 25, 2023.
To learn more about Chrismas Day, please visit OPM.
Questioning the Carrier: A NWSI Sea Power Conversation
CDR Jeff Vandenengel, USN will cover the major themes from his recently released book Questioning the Carrier: Opportunities in Fleet Design for the United States Navy. In this book he offers an alternative to the carrier-centric fleet in the age of missile combat, and assesses the relative value of the traditional fleet and the alternative fleet mission-by-mission.
Says Admiral James Stavridis “Questioning the Carrier skillfully uses naval history and current events to conduct a holistic review of the aircraft carrier’s ability to lead the U.S. Navy against our nation’s adversaries.” Admiral James Stavridis “Questioning the Carrier skillfully uses naval history and current events to conduct a holistic review of the aircraft carrier’s ability to lead the U.S. Navy against our nation’s adversaries.”