Dr. Richard Lacquement uses his expertise to convey strategic elements and challenges of a pivotal war to a broader audience
Dr. Richard Lacquement works to share with a broader audience what the Army War College students are learning more accessible to a broader audience.
Nov. 17 -- Community SitRep -- Carlisle Barracks to conduct mass notification test today, Nov.. 17, 2021
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Roundup of regional Veterans Day events PLUS AHEC to highlight Veterans Day with an Oath of Enlistment for ten new recruits
The Army Heritage and Education Center and the Army Recruiting Command, Harrisburg Battalion will observe Veterans Day with a remembrance of Veterans service and the Oath of Enlistment Ceremony for ten new Soldiers, on Thur. Nov. 11 at 10:30 a.m.
This year marks the centennial of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Since 1921, it has provided a final resting place for unidentified American service members from World War I, World War II and the Korean War.
Dr. Jacqueline Whitt , USAWC professor fills a gap in scholarship with her book chapter, answering social/cultural questions about serving in the military
Answering social and cultural questions about what it means to be qualified to serve in the military, Dr. Jacqueline Whitt, Army War College professor, fills a gap in scholarship.
USAHEC presents - Signals intelligence to cyber: Deep background, WW2-Cold War
“Signals Intelligence and Cyber: The Deep Background from World War II to the Cold War,” with National Security Agency (NSA) Historian Dr. David Hatch on Thursday, Nov. 4, 6:30 p.m. EDT at USAHEC, 950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle 17013, with live-streaming available at Caution-www.armywarcollege.edu/live.
An international alumna of the Army War College offers students insights about the international environment
An international alumna of the Army War College and former UN Peacekeeping commander returned to Carlisle to engage with students.
Army War College students talked directly with the Army’s leader about Army priorities
Army War College students talked directly with the Army’s leader about how the Army’s “People First” priority is connected to its readiness and modernization priorities
PEOPLE: Army leaders glimpse quality of life support for Afghans at Fort Lee
The Department of Defense — through U.S. Northern Command and in support of the Department of Homeland Security – is providing transportation, temporary housing, medical screening and general support for Operation Allies Welcome
Dr. Anthony Pfaff examined new territory in ethics, and earned honors for Excellence in Scholarship from Army War College
Exploring new territory in ethics, Army War College professor Dr. Anthony Pfaff was honored for excellence in scholarship for academic year 2021
Project Origin robotic vehicles join JRTC rotation in historic first
In an historic first, U.S. Army Soldiers integrated a Robotic Combat Vehicle surrogate into the opposing force at the Joint Readiness Training Center -- part of the Campaign of Learning about Robotic Combat Vehicles.