Foundation Focus, March 2019
NPS Alumni Association & Foundation
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The NPS Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the mission of the Naval Postgraduate School and its students, faculty and staff. Since its inception, the Foundation has provided an opportunity for members of the civilian and military communities to work together for the mutual benefit of national security. Through funding NPS research, recognizing and rewarding excellence, and elevating the student experience, the NPS Foundation provides an opportunity to directly impact our nation’s premier military graduate institution.In this issue: 2019 NPS Institutional Priorities; Interview with VADM Brian Brown, Commander of Naval Information Forces; Pictures from our kickoff alumni event in Monterey; Dates and locations for upcoming alumni events; Details on our next quarterly social in April; Don't have a Trident Mug? How to get yours today; In The News: Chinese Hackers Target Universities and more!
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Wolf, John L. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1992-06);This thesis examines U.S. nonproliferation policy and the problem of nuclear proliferation in India and Pakistan. Its central hypothesis is that the end of the Cold War has created an opportunity to advance US. nonproliferation ...
Searching for effective training solutions for firefighting: the analysis of emergency responses and line of duty death reports for low frequency, high risk events McDevitt, Deanna M. (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2017-09);Since 9/11, the fire service has experienced a shift and an expansion in the nature of threats and hazards that it faces. Despite advances in the field, firefighters are still losing their lives inside of burning buildings, ...
The Coast Guard knowledge base: building online communities, teams and experts to facilitate rapid creation, capture and sharing of service related knowledge Sorenson, Andrew J. (2001-06);The U.S. Coast Guard is reaching the limits of incrementalism. Extending aircraft and cutter service-lives, increasing work hours to compensate for reduced manpower, responding to data calls faster and squeezing another ...