Naval Postgraduate School / Fact Book 2013 (reissued version)
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The NPS Mission is to provide relevant and unique advanced education and research programs in order to increase the combat effectiveness of U.S. and Allied armed forces and enhance the security of the United States. The NPS Vision is to be the world leader in naval and defense related graduate education and supporting research, and to prepare the intellectual leaders of tomorrow's forces. The strategy begins with the Naval Services and extends to the other U.S. Armed Services, other nations and to the defense community at large. NPS is dedicated to providing relevant, quality graduation education and supporting research, enabling all Navy and Marine Corps officers access to the education, information and support services they want and need - anytime, anywhere.
Please note: Fact Book 2013 was reissued after a correction to a typographical error. This the reissued publication.Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited
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