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ACADEMIC YEAR 2023-2024 NAVAL WAR COLLEGE FLEET SEMINAR PROGRAM


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SUBJ/ACADEMIC YEAR 2023-2024 NAVAL WAR COLLEGE FLEET SEMINAR PROGRAM// 
 
RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) Fleet 
Seminar Program (FSP) which offers intermediate level Joint Professional 
Military Education (JPME-I) through a set of three courses: Strategy and 
War (S and W), Theater Security Decision Making (TSDM) and Joint Maritime 
Operations (JMO). Each course normally requires one academic year to 
complete, which runs from September through the following May. All three 
courses are not offered simultaneously at all locations. There is no 
tuition fee and course materials are provided on a loan basis at no cost 
to the students. Applicants must apply by 31 May 2023. 
 
2.  Background: 
    a.  The NWC FSP will be offered in 18 regional locations in the United 
States for academic year 2023-2024.  Planned locations and courses are: 
        (1)  Annapolis, MD (S and W, TSDM and JMO) 
        (2)  Everett, WA (S and W) 
        (3)  Dahlgren, VA (JMO) 
        (4)  Fort Worth, TX (S and W) 
        (5)  Great Lakes, IL (TSDM) 
        (6)  Jacksonville, FL (TSDM and JMO) 
        (7)  Kitsap, WA (TSDM) 
        (8)  Mayport, FL (S and W) 
        (9)  Millington, TN (S and W) 
        (10) New Orleans, LA (JMO) 
        (11) Newport, RI (S and W, TSDM and JMO) 
        (12) Norfolk, VA (S and W, TSDM and JMO) 
        (13) Patuxent River, MD (TSDM) 
        (14) Pearl Harbor, HI (S and W, TSDM and JMO) 
        (15) Pensacola, FL (Whiting Field) (S and W) 
        (16) San Diego, CA (S and W, TSDM and JMO) 
        (17) Washington, DC (S and W, TSDM and JMO) 
        (18) Whidbey Island, WA (JMO) 
     b.  Seminars meet once a week in the evening for 34 weeks. Completion 
of all three courses results in the award of a College of Naval Command and 
Staff diploma, as well as credit for JPME-I. The FSP also provides a path to 
attain the NWC Masters Degree through the College of Distance Education (CDE) 
Graduate Degree Program (GDP). FSP students may apply for the GDP following 
successful completion of their first FSP course. The FSP at all locations are 
conducted in-step with each other, so students who transfer to or are 
assigned temporary additional duty at another location may attend class at 
the new location. 
 
3.  Criteria: 
    a.  NWC accepts program applications from commissioned officers (active 
and reserve) and civilian employees of the federal government, subject to the 
following eligibility requirements: 
        (1)  Members of the sea services (Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard) 
in the paygrade of O-3 or above, while officers from the other services must 
be in the paygrade of O-4 or above. Civilian employees of the federal 
government in the grade of GS-11 and above, or equivalent, are also eligible 
for enrollment. 
        (2)  All applicants must have previously earned at least a 
baccalaureate degree. 
    b.  Qualified individuals currently stationed in areas listed in 
paragraph two, or those who expect transfer to those sites prior to 1 
September 2023 are encouraged to apply. 
 
4.  Application Process. More information is available and applications must 
be submitted at the NWC College of Distance Education FSP website at 
https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/training-education-qualifications (NWC 
Academic Programs link). The application period will remain open until 31 May 
2023. 
 
5.  Selection Notifications. NWC will make enrollment selections and accepted 
applicants will be advised of their enrollment selection status via email. 
 
6.  Points of contact are Ms. Kelly Folger who can be reached at (401) 856-
6530 or via email at fsp(at)usnwc.edu and Professor Ronald Oard who can be 
reached via email at oardr(at)usnwc.edu. 
 
7.  Request widest dissemination of the above information. Regional 
coordinators at the sites listed in paragraph two are requested to pass this 
information to all Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, Space Force, and Coast 
Guard units and all reserve units located within safe-driving distance of an 
FSP site. 
 
8.  This message will remain in effect until superseded or 31 May 2023, 
whichever occurs first. 
 
9.  Released by Vice Admiral J. W. Hughes, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations 
for Warfighting Development (N7).// 
 
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