Naval Postgraduate School Support for Combatant Commanders and the Office of the Secretary of Defense
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The Naval Postgraduate Schoolâ s unique combination of operationally experienced students and defense-oriented faculty provide a superb setting to conduct interdisciplinary research on complex issues related to national and homeland defense. As such, many of the research and academic programs at NPS relate to the operational level of war. A number of projects at NPS are performed directly for or in support of the various U. S. Combatant Commands, or are conducted side by side the Commands as part of larger integrated field experiments. Other NPS projects support or are supported by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). While many of these projects are classified, below are some unclassified examples of NPS support to the Commands, Fleets & OSD.
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Thursday Proceedings (2011-04-30); NPS-AM-11-018During his internship with the Graduate School of Business & Public Policy in June 2010, U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chase Lane surveyed the activities of the Naval Postgraduate School''s Acquisition Research Program in ...
Wednesday Proceedings (2011-04-30); NPS-AM-11-017During his internship with the Graduate School of Business & Public Policy in June 2010, U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chase Lane surveyed the activities of the Naval Postgraduate School''s Acquisition Research Program in ...
Cost-Benefit Study of a Project to Lower Cost and Improve Fleet Readiness through Integrating the Management of Technical Information Levine, Dan (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2010-04-30); NPS-AM-10-043This paper describes a cost-benefit analysis by the Institute for Defense Analyses of the ''Bridge Project'' that ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning) is conducting for the Office of Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, ...