Civilian Institutions Programs Office
Director of Civilian Institutions Program
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The Navy's fully-funded graduate education program supports 71 different subspecialties. Forty-two different curricula are currently being taught at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey. In addition, 36 other fields of study are possible from over 65 different civilian institutions nationwide. Each year approximately 20% of the graduate assignments for officers are slated to attend civilian institutions (CIVINS). OPNAVNOTE1520 (DOC) can tell you more about Funded Graduate Education Programs, or you can talk to your Detailer or Community manager for additional details.
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Dubay, Steve E. (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2015-12);Wildfires are a growing problem in the United States, and military aircraft are increasingly mobilized in support of civilian wildfire suppression efforts. The photogenic qualities of aircraft distributing a trail of red ...
Matching military skills to civilian jobs: does military training enhance veteran's civilian wage rates? Olsen, Karl R. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1995-03);This thesis statistically analyzes the transferability of military skills to civilian job markets and the relationship between acquired military training and civilian wages. It also assesses the extent to which military ...
Camacho, Carlos Eduardo Paladines. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2003-03);Civil Military Operations (CMO) has often been blamed for the politicization of the armed forces and a loss of civilian control. This thesis confronts this traditional approach and argues that CMO need not lead to these ...