Michael Neiberg remembers the WWI roots of Veterans Day
The first Veterans Day (then called Armistice Day), on November 11, 1919, was a solemn and serious event commemorated worldwide.
CSM Brian Flom salutes Veterans
November 11th, marks the 101st anniversary of Veterans Day.
USAWC academic event addesses race, diversity, and inclusion
Experienced military leaders joined USAWC students in academic discourse to speak candidly about addressing sensitive topics and difficult conversations with future formations in academic discourse on race, diversity and inclusion for strategic leaders.
UPDATE, November 9 - Bowling Center to reopen
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The War Room: Its Not Boring
War Room is the online journal of the U.S. Army War College. It features both written submissions as well as the podcast series, “A Better Peace.”
Army War College ‘Faculty insights’— Dr. C. Anthony Pfaff
Dr. C. Pfaff talks about the obligations of using force, ethical behavior and leadership, the importance of ethics and conflict below the threshold of war.
Opening for Veterans Day: Operation Desert Storm exhibit at Army Heritage and Education Center
The Army Heritage and Education Center will open its new exhibit, “This Will Not Stand: The U.S. Army’s Road to Victory during the Persian Gulf War,” Tuesday, November 10, 2020. The exhibit will tell the history of the Persian Gulf War through the stories of the Soldiers who served during that time, thanks to the AHEC historical collections
Army War College to sign Women, Peace & Security Charter
Friday, October 30 at 10 a.m., the Provost and WPS director will sign the USAWC Charter on Women, Peace and Security. The short outdoor ceremony will take place at the Lady Liberty statue.
Perspectives of USAWC Faculty - Prof. Evan Ellis
Dr. Evan Ellis is a research professor of Latin American Studies at the U.S. Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institute, with a focus on the region’s relationships with China and other non-Western Hemisphere actors, as well as transnational organized crime and populism in the region.
Due to inclement weather, CYS will hold Halloween Parade virtually
Today’s Halloween Parade is canceled due to inclement weather. As an alternative, Child and Youth Services will hold a virtual Halloween Parade. Interested parents can submit a photo of your child’s creative, scary, or spooky Halloween costume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Halloween masks are encouraged.
National Museum of the United States Army Opening
The U.S. Army plans to open the National Museum of the United States Army on Veterans Day, November 11, 2020.
The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center presents a lecture by, Dr. Donald Miller on the Vicksburg Campaign
The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center presents a lecture by, Dr. Donald Miller of Lafayette College on the American Civil War’s Vicksburg Campaign on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Miller is the author of Vicksburg: The Campaign that Broke the Confederacy.
Carlisle Barracks hosts virtual Retiree Appreciation Day
The Carlisle Barracks retiree community had an opportunity to safely attend retirement-related briefings, ask questions, and hear answers in real-time during the Barracks’ first-ever Virtual Retiree Appreciation Day.
AUSA 2020 Virtual Exposition Now 15 Oct Schedule
Are you planning on viewing the AUSA conference? Here are some helpful hints for this year’s virtual conference.
Army War College class of 2019 dedicates its plaque in a ceremony
The names of the class of 2019 joined the long line of graduates on Oct 11, 2020, as the Army War College dedicated their class plaque. The plaque represents the resident, distance classes, and senior service college fellows that attend colleges throughout the country.
Carlisle Barracks Retiree Appreciation Day, Oct. 17 is on https://www.facebook.com/USAGCarlisleBarracksGC/live
Keeping our community safe during COVID-19, Carlisle Barracks presents the 46th annual Retiree Appreciation Day as a facebook live event, Saturday, Oct. 17, 9 am to 3 pm at https://www.facebook.com/USAGCarlisleBarracksGC/live/.
Gen. Joseph M. Martin, the 37th Vice Chief of Staff of the Army speaks to USAWC students on Army Leader Day
On Oct. 5, Gen. Joseph M. Martin, the 37th Vice Chief of Staff of the Army and 2007 Army War College graduate, spoke to students at the US Army War College during Army Leader Day. Presenting virtually with a small audience in Bliss Hall, Martin focused on the importance of strategic leaders care about the well-being of their unit members in a tangible way.
Celebrate the Navy Birthday
On October 13, 1775, the United States Navy was established. It was known as the Continental Navy at that time and consisted of a small fleet of ships patrolling to intercept ships sent to resupply British Army troops at or near the colonies.
Voting? Watch the calendar -- Guidance for military and Pennsylvania voters
The Federal Voting Assistance Program lays out state by state guidelines and election guidelines – and even, the status of your voted ballot. The site supports military members and military spouse and families.