2014 Naval Postgraduate School Annual Report & Fact Book
Public Affairs Office, Naval Postgraduate School
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The Naval Postgraduate School provides relevant and unique advanced education and research programs to increase the combat effectiveness of commissioned officers of the naval service to enhance the security of the United States. In support of the foregoing, and to sustain academic excellence, foster and encourage a program of relevant and meritorious research which both supports the needs of the Navy and Department of Defense while building the intellectual capital of the Naval Postgraduate School faculty.
Supporting the Combatant Commander; Educating the Fleet and Force; Real-World, Relevant Research; Masters of the EM Domain; Advancing the Secretary's Goals; The PayoffFor this year, the NPS Fact Book has been combined with the NPS Annual Report, and published as a single document by Public Affairs Office (PAO).
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