Alias ‘Uncle Bike,’ War College’s Chuck Allen honored as one of 8 Who Care
He’s a husband and a father. He’s a retired colonel in the Army. He’s a professor to senior military officers. And, to international students and their families, he’s affectionately known as ‘Uncle Bike.’
U.S. Army’s Marketing Campaign: “What’s Your Warrior?”
This campaign communicates that there are many ways to be a warrior and, through Army service, Soldiers can both contribute to something greater than themselves while improving who they will become.
Army War College grads show selfless service does not end at retirement
On Thursday, 14 Nov., the U.S. Army War College community gathered to celebrate 118 years and a legacy of leaders that Root had envisioned – as reflected in the four honorees of the annual USAWC Outstanding Alumni ceremony in Bliss Hall.
Veterans Day 2019: Ceremonies hosting Army War College speakers
If you would like to attend at Veterans Day event this weekend Army War College students will be spreading out through central Pennsylvania to speak at local Veterans Day events.
Army War College, Pennsylvania salute US Marines: Soldiers of the Sea
U.S. Marine Corps students, their military colleagues from sister services and allied/partner nations, and the Pennsylvania State Legislature celebrated 244 years of USMC service to the nation.
Gen. Perna speaks to Fall 2019 Army Housing Resident Satisfaction Survey
“Army leaders are committed to improving housing, but we need your candid feedback!”
Medal of Honor for Master Sgt. Matthew Williams
Master Sgt. Matthew O. Williams is being awarded the Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest award of valor, for his combat actions while serving as a weapons sergeant in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in the Shok Valley of Nuristan, Afghanistan on April 6, 2008.
Army War College International Fellows Hall of Fame honors Norwegian Maj. Gen. Eirik Kristoffersen
The Army War College gathered to honor a most distinguished member of the Class of 2015 with an induction into the International Fellows Hall of Fame, Oct 18.
ID-T Director discusses support to Soldier, family readiness
The Director of Installation Management Command – Directorate Training discussed how IMCOM contributes to Soldier, civilian and family readiness, installation readiness and strategic power projection in the strategic support area during his visit to the Army War College last week.
Intelligence Practitioners offer insights and experience to York College students
Four United States Army War College students discussed cyber warfare, information sharing, terrorist organizations, and the impact of big data during a panel discussion on contemporary intelligence issues at York College’s Wolf Hall Sep. 24.
USAWC honors Navy’s 244th birthday
The Joint military, interagency and international students of the Army War College class together with faculty and staff honored the 244th birthday of the United States Navy today during a presentation by Navy Cmdr. Kory Anglesey in Bliss Hall.
2018 Graduation Plaque dedication brings War College students back to witness
Their names are on the wall, alongside the greatest military leaders. Today, the names of the Class of 2019 joined the long bronze line of graduation plaques displayed on the outer walls of the Army War College’s Root Hall: Eisenhower, Patton, Saladin-Muhammad, Mower.
West Point cadets build important connections with Army War College international fellows
Cadets at the U.S. Military Academy preparing to become the future leaders of the Army engaged with USAWC International Fellows. The West Point visit was a powerful reminder of the US military’s work alongside America’s allies and partners to combat threats in an increasingly interconnected world.
College interns at the Army War College create real-world research projects
21 students who interned with the Army War College this year, working directly with a USAWC faculty or researcher mentor on national security projects. Like the other undergraduate and graduate interns, he applied through a competitive process that considered their academic credentials, research interests, letters of recommendation, and a writing sample.
Army War College Students participate in the Army Combat Fitness Test to meet their readiness challeges
Army War College students participated in the fall diagnostic Army Combat fitness Test, Sep. 17 and 18 here on Indian field. The student’s five events included: deadlift, power throw, release push up, sprint drag carry, and leg tuck.
What are the odds? 26 years later, Army War College links teacher, student
“What are the odds?” is pretty much the catchphrase of coincidences, and one that’s relevant at the Army War College where teacher and student meet again after 26 years.
U.S. Army releases DAIG report on privatized housing
The U.S. Army released today a report from its Inspector General on privatized housing on Army installations.
Senior Leader Sustainment Program - a priority for the Army War College
Today’s senior leaders face multiple challenges and demands, to include heightened career pressure, legal responsibilities, expectations of being “perfect,” and more. There’s a program for that.
Last week’s water advisory highlighted safety, readiness, relationships
On the morning of Aug. 5?, acting on the recommendation of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, U.S. Army Garrison Carlisle Barracks issued a “Do Not Use” Order for its water. The order demonstrated the Garrison’s focus on readiness, its people first mindset and its regard for the safety of the Soldiers, Civilians and families who live and work on Post.