2005-2006 NAVAL WAR COLLEGE FLEET SEMINAR PROGRAM

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SUBJ/2005-2006 NAVAL WAR COLLEGE FLEET SEMINAR PROGRAM//

POC/WALTER STILES/CIV/NAVAL WAR COLLEGE/TEL:(401) 841-6519/
TEL/DSN:948-6519/EMAIL:WALTER.STILES@NWC.NAVY.MIL//
RMKS/1.  THE NAVAL WAR COLLEGE (NWC) FLEET SEMINAR PROGRAM WILL BE
OFFERED IN 20 REGIONAL LOCATIONS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2005-2006.  THIS
YEAR MARKS THE 30TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR THAT THIS POPULAR PROGRAM HAS



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BEEN OFFERED.  THE FLEET SEMINAR PROGRAM DELIVERS NAVY AND JOINT
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION THROUGH A SET OF
THREE SEMINARS:  STRATEGY AND POLICY (S&P), NATIONAL SECURITY
DECISION MAKING (NSDM), AND JOINT MARITIME OPERATIONS (JMO).  IT IS
AVAILABLE TO OFFICERS AND SENIOR DEFENSE DEPARTMENT CIVILIANS.
THERE IS NO TUITION FEE, AND BOOKS ARE PROVIDED ON A LOAN BASIS.
2.  THE FLEET SEMINAR PROGRAM OFFERS COURSES THAT ARE SIMILAR IN
CONTENT AND METHODOLOGY TO THE PROGRAM OF STUDY OFFERED IN THE
RESIDENT COLLEGE OF NAVAL COMMAND AND STAFF PROGRAM IN NEWPORT, RI.
SEMINARS FOR EACH COURSE MEET ONE EVENING PER WEEK FOR APPROXIMATELY
35 WEEKS, COMMENCING IN LATE AUGUST AND ENDING IN MAY.  LED BY NWC
ADJUNCT FACULTY MEMBERS, AND SUPPORTED BY VISITING NWC LECTURERS,
THESE COURSES REPLICATE TO A SUBSTANTIAL DEGREE BOTH THE CONTENT AND
ATMOSPHERE OF THE RESIDENT COURSE OF STUDY.  SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION
OF ALL THREE COURSES RESULTS IN THE AWARD OF A COLLEGE OF NAVAL
COMMAND AND STAFF DIPLOMA AND CREDIT FOR JOINT PROFESSIONAL MILITARY
EDUCATION PHASE I.  THE COURSES ARE FULLY ACCREDITED FOR UP TO A
TOTAL OF 21 GRADUATE CREDITS, WHICH MAY BE ACCEPTED BY MANY CIVILIAN
UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS.  THE GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAM (GDP) IS NOW
AVAILABLE AT 18 OF THE 20 LOCATIONS WHICH OFFER THE OPTION OF



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EARNING THE NWC M.A. IN NATIONAL SECURITY AND STRATEGIC STUDIES UPON
THE COMPLETION OF ADDITIONAL ELECTIVE COURSE WORK.  SINCE NWC
SPONSORS SEMINARS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE U.S., IT IS
POSSIBLE FOR AN OFFICER WHO IS TRANSFERRED OR IS ON TAD TO CONTINUE
STUDY AT ANOTHER LOCATION.
3.  NWC ACCEPTS PROGRAM APPLICATIONS FROM COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
(ACTIVE AND RESERVE) AND CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES OF THE FEDERAL
GOVERNMENT, SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
    A.  MUST BE MEMBERS OF THE SEA SERVICES (NAVY, MARINE CORPS, AND
COAST GUARD) IN GRADE O-3 OR ABOVE, WHILE OFFICERS FROM OTHER
SERVICES MUST BE IN GRADE O-4 OR ABOVE.  CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES OF THE
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN THE GRADE OF GS-11 AND ABOVE ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE
FOR ENROLLMENT.
    B.  ALL APPLICANTS MUST HAVE PREVIOUSLY EARNED AT LEAST A
BACCALAUREATE DEGREE FROM A U.S. REGIONALLY ACCREDITED UNIVERSITY OR
COLLEGE.
    C.  THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 15 JUL 05, AND ALL
APPLICANTS
WILL BE ADVISED OF THEIR ENROLLMENT STATUS BY MID-AUGUST 2005.
4.  QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS CURRENTLY STATIONED IN AREAS SPECIFIED



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BELOW, OR THOSE WHO EXPECT TRANSFER TO THOSE SITES PRIOR TO 1 SEP
05, ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.  MORE INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, AND
APPLICATION CAN BE MADE AT THE NWC COLLEGE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
(CDE) WEBSITE AT:  HTTP:/CDE.NWC.NAVY.MIL; OR CALL THE POC LISTED
ABOVE.
AVAILABLE SITES AND LOCAL POINTS OF CONTACT ARE:
ANNAPOLIS, MD    LT KURT SELLERBERG, USN
      (410) 293-6580 (DSN 281)
BANGOR, WA     MR. JERRY S. FUJIMURA
      (360) 315-2539 (DSN 322)
DAHLGREN, VA    MRS. ANNE F. LYON
      (540) 653-8032 (DSN 249)
DALLAS-FT. WORTH, TX   MRS. CHRISTINE ANDERSON
      (401) 841-1207 (DSN 948)
EVERETT, WA     DR. JUDITH J. STERNHAGEN
      (425) 304-3159 (DSN 727)
FORT MEADE, MD    MS. BARBARA BEHR
      (410) 854-4605 (DSN 244)
GREAT LAKES, IL    CDR LANNY BOSWELL, USN
      (847) 688-7600 EXT 35 (DSN 792)



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JACKSONVILLE, FL    PROF DAVID E. FAY
      (904) 317-7902
MAYPORT, FL     CAPT HAROLD BURRELL, CHC, USN
      (904) 270-5212 (DSN 960)
MILLINGTON, TN    LCDR PONCE CLAY, USN
      (901) 874-4100 (DSN 882)
NEW ORLEANS, LA    MR. DAVE BONAR
      (504) 697-6310 (DSN 647)
NEWPORT, RI     MR. WALTER STILES
      (401) 841-6519 (DSN 948)
NORFOLK, VA     DR. CALVIN R. SCHEIDT
      (757) 822-1195
PATUXENT RIVER, MD   MS. CHRISTIE DUNN
      (301) 757-4111 (DSN 757)
PEARL HARBOR, HI    MM1 EMMANUEL VERGARA, USN
      (808) 473-0749 (DSN 473)
PENSACOLA, FL    LT JOHN LO, USN
      (850) 623-7188 (DSN 868)
PORT HUENEME, CA    MS. LINDA MOROCK
      (805) 228-8193 (DSN 296)



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SAN DIEGO, CA    LT MATTHEW POIRIER, USN
      (619) 556-7563 (DSN 526)
WASHINGTON, DC    DR. CHARLES C. CHADBOURN III
      (202) 433-6218 (DSN 288)
WHIDBEY ISLAND, WA   MS. MARY FEALEY
      (360) 257-8756 (DSN 820)
5.  REQUEST WIDEST DISSEMINATION OF ABOVE INFORMATION IN ACTIVITY
PODS, PLANS OF THE WEEK, BASE NEWSPAPERS, BASE CABLE TV, ETC.
REGIONAL COORDINATORS LOCATED WITHIN REGIONS LISTED IN PARA 4 ABOVE
ARE REQUESTED TO PASS TO ALL USMC, USCG, USA, USAF, AND RESERVE
UNITS LOCATED WITHIN DRIVING DISTANCE OF THEIR SITE.
6.  RELEASED BY VADM J. K. MORAN, DIRECTOR OF NAVAL EDUCATION AND
TRAINING.//
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