NPS Alumnus Leads Major Personnel Changes to Georgian Ministry of Defense
Stewart, Kenneth A.
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Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) alumnus Georgian Army Col. Giorgi Jachvadze has managed a series of reforms within the Georgian Ministry of Defense (MOD) that have effectively overhauled the Georgian military personnel system, and directly credits his NPS education in the Graduate School of Business and Public Policy for giving him the knowledge to make the aggressive changes.
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