Seapower Conversations - Naval Warfare Studies Institute
This series of events kicked off in 2019 with five interviews between faculty associate Lyla Englehorn and lauded strategist and Dean Emeritus retired Navy Capt. Wayne Hughes, who discusses major themes present in the newest edition of his seminal book, “Fleet Tactics and Naval Operations,” co-authored by retired Rear Adm. Robert Girrier. Read more.
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NWSI Seapower Conversation: Dr. PW Singer
Useful Fiction - The Talk
Monday 20 March 2023 - 0900-1030 PDT
Glasgow 102 and ZoomGov
Register for Zoom access information (https://event.nps.edu/conf/app/NWSI/home#!/page/446?c=61)Dr. Peter W. Singer (pwsinger.com), Founder & Managing Partner of Useful Fiction, is a bestselling author and consultant for groups that range from the US military to Hollywood, whose recent book Ghost Fleet (ghostfleetbook.com) broke new ground in creating the genre of what has been called “useful fiction” – the deliberate blending of narrative and nonfiction in packages that range from books and short stories to bespoke illustrations, videos, and graphic novellas. Whatever the form, there are three primary attributes that make it so useful – understanding, action, and connection.
Watch a Recent Conversation:
U.S. Naval Institute’s American Sea Power Project sponsors a series of PROCEEDINGS articles on the importance of sea power to the American people. In a complementary effort, three NPS faculty have recently published “A Maritime Conversation with America” (FEB 2022) which highlights critical moments when the emergence of new technologies and competitors cause paradigmatic shifts, undermining established naval operations and force structure.
A discussion of the U.S. Naval Institute American Sea Power Project and NPS authored article “A Maritime Conversation with America” (FEB 2022) - two efforts to reinvigorate interest in naval power.
CAPT Bill Hamblet USN (ret) – Editor-in-Chief, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings
CAPT Jeffrey E. Kline USN (ret) – NPS Operations Research Department