Upcoming Naval War College Foundation Events
21 May 2015: Annual NWC/NWCF Washington DC Dinner and Philip A. Crowl Memorial Lecture. This year, we are honored to have CDR Porter Halyburton USN (Ret.) as our guest speaker. To register for this event, please click here!
15 June 2015, 10:00 am: NWCF's Annual Members' Meeting, Spruance Auditorium, Naval War College, Newport, RI. This meeting is open to all our current members and will be followed immediately by a buffet luncheon in Spruance Lobby. In order to attend, you MUST register before 1 June 2015. To register, please click here.
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Winter Warmer Lecture Series
The Naval War College Foundation Winter Warmer Lecture Series is held at the Officers' Club on Naval Station Newport. Each event begins at 5:30 pm with a cash bar cocktail reception followed by the lecture at 6:00 pm. To register for the lectures listed below, call Steve Stasiuk at 401.848.8308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
7 May 2015: Black Sea, Power and the New Great European Game with LtCol Donald Thieme, USMC
Register by 12:00 pm, Friday,
1 May 2015
13 May 2015:
The Goals and Accountability of US Military Strategy in Iraq and Afghanistan
with Best-Selling Author, The Honorable Francis "Bing" West
Register by 12:00 pm, Friday, 8 May 2015
Eight Bells Lecture Series
At the Naval War College Museum
30 April 2015: "A Study on the Work of Father Fernando Oliveira" by VADM Antonio Silva Ribeiro, Portuguese Navy (Ret.)
7 May 2015: The Purge of the Thirtieth Division by MG Henry Dozier Russell, edited and presented by Lawrence Kaplan
14 May 2015: Eugene Ely, Daredevil Aviator: First Shipboard Landing and Takeoff by William M. Miller
21 May 2015: The Baltimore Sabotage Cell by Dwight Messimer
11 June 2015: South Pacific Cauldron by Alan Rems
All Eight Bells Lectures are from 12:00-1:00pm on the second deck of the Naval War College Museum. The format has the author speaking for 40-45 minutes on the topic of their book and the facts leading to its publication. The last 15-20 minutes are reserved for audience questions. A limited quantity of each book will be available in the Naval War College Foundation gift shop. The lectures are brown-bag affairs and open to the public.
To register, please call the Museum no later than 10:00 am at least 5 business days prior to the lecture at 401.841.2101 to be added to the base access list.