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American Library Association - O thru W and Miscellaneous - Hospital, Naval War College, Newport, R.I. Hosp. #1

Naval War College

Photograph of Astronaut Alan E. Shepard, Jr.

Vice Admiral James B. Stockdale

Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island

Naval War College, Washington, D.C.

Principal speaker Robert Murray addresses the guests attending the commissioning ceremony for the destroyer tender USS CAPE COD (AD-43). Murray is the dean of the Naval War College, the director of the Center for Advanced Research, and the director of the Center for Naval Warfare Studies

Robert J. Murray delivers the commissioning address during the commissioning ceremony for the destroyer tender USS CAPE COD (AD-43). Murray is the dean of the Naval War College, the director of the Center for Advanced Research and the director of the Center for Naval Warfare Studies

Robert Murray speaks to the guests attending the commissioning ceremony for the destroyer tender USS CAPE COD (AD-43). Murray is the dean of the Naval War College, the director of the Center for Advanced Research and the director of the Center for Naval Warfare Studies

Robert J. Murray delivers the commissioning address during the commissioning ceremony for the destroyer tender USS CAPE COD (AD-43). Murray is the dean of the Naval War College, the director of the Center for Advanced Studies and the director of the Center for Naval Warfare Studies

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, third from left, and worldwide naval commanders meet at the Naval War College. They toured the War Gaming Center and discussed the school curriculum during what is billed as the first such worldwide conference outside Washington, DC

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, (left) tours the War Gaming Center at the Naval War College. Watkins is at the war college for a commanders in chief conference

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, third from left, front row, and worldwide naval commanders meet at the Naval War College. They toured the War Gaming Center and discussed the school curriculum during what is billed as the first such worldwide conference outside Washington, District of Columbia

Rear Adm. James E. Service, left, reports to Adm. William N. Sma.., vice chief of Naval Operations, for duty as president during a change of command ceremony at the Naval War College. CAPT. William H. Bell, chaplain, right, and CAPT. David L. Self, former president, NWC, look on

Distinguished visitors tour the War Gaming Center at the Naval War College. The guests are at the war college for a commanders in chief conference

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, right, gets an explanation of some of the equipment in the War Gaming Center at the Naval War College. Watkins is visiting the college for a commanders in chief conference

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, reenlists Radioman 3rd Class (RM3) Rosemarie Pawlowski at the Naval War College. Watkins is at the war college for a commanders in chief conference

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, congratulates Radioman 3rd Class (RM3) Rosemarie Pawlowski after reenlisting her at the Naval War College. Watkins is at the war college for a commanders in chief conference

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, (center) tours the War Gaming Center at the Naval War College. Watkins is at the war college for a commanders in chief conference

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, speaks during the graduation ceremony at the Naval War College

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, speaks during the graduation ceremony at the Naval War College

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, salutes during the graduation ceremony at the Naval War College

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, speaks during the graduation ceremony at the Naval War College

Admiral James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations, (right) speaks during the graduation ceremony at the Naval War College

Officers from each branch of the U.S. military and foregin military officers attend their graduation from the Naval War College

A line of lieutenants salutes a passing group of senior officers attending the dedication ceremony for Arleigh Burke Hall at the Naval War College. The hall's namesake, retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, can be seen in the second rank of passing officers, between the two admirals

After the dedication of a new hall named in his honor at the Naval War College, retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, comments on a painting hung in the building

With his wife by his side, retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, talks with a rear admiral at a reception following the dedication of a hall named in honor of ADM Burke at the Naval War College

Retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, speaks at the dedication ceremony for a hall named in his honorat the Naval War College

Secretary of the Navy William Ball, center, listens to a lieutenant while at the Naval War College for the dedication of a new hall named in honor of retired Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations. Adm. Burke himself stands at the far left

After the dedication of a new hall named in his honor at the Naval War College, retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, left, a former chief of naval operations, greets a Navy captain

Retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, uses a ceremonial sword to cut a cake commemorating the dedication of a hall named in his honor at the Naval War College as his wife and a captain look on

Secretary of the Navy William Ball, left, and Retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, listen to a speaker at the Naval War College during the dedication of a new hall named in honor of ADM Burke

Retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, gestures with his cane at a wall display detailing his career. ADM Burke is at the Naval War College for the dedication of a new hall named in his honor

Retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, gets a pat on the arm of a friend. ADM Burke is at the Naval War College for the dedication of a hall named in his honor

Retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, bends to kiss his wife after speaking at a dedication ceremony for a new hall named in his honor at the Naval War College. At right, Secretary of the Navy William Ball applauds

Secretary of the Navy William Ball, left, and Retired Admiral (ADM) Arleigh A. Burke, a former chief of naval operations, place their hands over their hearts during the playing of the national anthem. Secretary Ball and ADM Burke are at the Naval War College for the dedication of a new hall named in ADM Burke's honor

Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Mike Harrel, standing, watches as Data Processing Techinician Second Class (DP2) Craig Corder uses the Enanced Naval Warfare Gaming System (ENWAGS) at the Naval War College

With Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Mike Harrel looking on, Data Processing Techinician Second Class (DP2) Craig Corder uses the Enanced Naval Warfare Gaming System (ENWAGS) at the Naval War College

Data Processing Techinician Second Class (DP2) Craig Corder uses the Enhanced Naval Warfare Gaming System (ENWAGS) at the Naval War College as Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Mike Harrel looks on

Operations SPECIALIST First Class (OS1) Larry Ridge punches a request into a computer hooked into the Enanced Naval Warfare Gaming System (ENWAGS) at the Naval War College

LT. CMDR. Hsing-Biau Jiang of the Republic of China is shown reading a message during a theater/operations war game. He is an exchange student at the Naval STAFF College of the Naval War College

Operations SPECIALIST First Class (OS1) Daniel Thomas plots ground troops on the coast of Green during a war game scenario. The games are advanced training at Sims Hall at the Naval War College

The Naval Component Commander players discuss operations in one of the second deck command cells in Sims Hall, Naval War College. From left are LT. CMDR. Aziz Alchouche of Morocco, LT. CMDR. Ronen Nimi of Israel, LT. CMDR. Hsing-Biau Jiang of the Republic of China and LT. CMDR. Jack Federoff, lower right of the United States. (The commander at upper right is unidentified.)

Admiral Vern Clark (CNO) speaks at Annual Strategy Forum

CNO addresses Annual Current Stategy Forum

NYPD holds war games at War College in Newport, RI

Naval officials listen to remarks

Cmdr. Bruce Walker from the Royal Canadian Navy pilots a P-3C Orion simulator as fellow international students look on.

US Navy (USN) MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Terry Scott (center), congratulates MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer (MCPO) Michael C. Bruner (left), and MCPO Raymond D. James, after graduating from the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island (RI). MCPO Bruner and James are the first enlisted members to graduate from the Naval War College, the Navy's highest educational institution

Master Chief Petty of the Navy Terry Scott, center, congratulates Master Chief Michael C. Bruner, left, and Master Chief Raymond D. James, after graduating from the Naval War College.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen holds an all hands call with students assigned to the Naval War College.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen holds an all hands call with students assigned to the Naval War College.

ISS012-E-19051 (4 March 2006) --- Newport, R.I., is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 12 crew member on the International Space Station. Newport is well-known as a summer destination, but winter snow blankets the city in this image. One of the first settlements by Europeans in the Americas, the region was initially settled by colonists seeking religious freedom denied them in Europe, but over time some of them perceived a need to escape the strictures of the dominant Puritan faith. Newport, founded in 1639, became a bastion of the Baptist faith and exemplified one of the basic precepts of the United States Constitution – separation of church and state. Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, Newport consolidated its position as one of the premier ports of the United States. The 19th and early 20th centuries saw a decline in commercial shipping at Newport and its rebirth as a recreational destination. Many of the leading industrialist families of the time, such as the Vanderbilts, built grand summer mansions in Newport that are now open to visitors. The United States Navy has also had a strong presence in the Newport area since 1869, exemplified by the establishment of the Naval War College in 1884 (image top center). The College still serves as an educational institution for naval officers. The gray-brown metropolitan area of Newport is thrown into sharp contrast by the surrounding snow-covered open fields and rural areas to the east and southwest. The Clairborne Pell (also known as Newport) Bridge connects Jamestown, R.I. on Conanicut Island to Newport at image top. The main span of this suspension bridge is 1600 feet (485 meters) long and crosses the East Passage of Narragansett Bay. The Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge (image lower right) supports over 200 bird species, including the largest winter harlequin duck population on the East Coast. iss012e19051

ISS012-E-19051 (4 March 2006) --- Newport, R.I., is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 12 crew member on the International Space Station. Newport is well-known as a summer destination, but winter snow blankets the city in this image. One of the first settlements by Europeans in the Americas, the region was initially settled by colonists seeking religious freedom denied them in Europe, but over time some of them perceived a need to escape the strictures of the dominant Puritan faith. Newport, founded in 1639, became a bastion of the Baptist faith and exemplified one of the basic precepts of the United States Constitution – separation of church and state. Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, Newport consolidated its position as one of the premier ports of the United States. The 19th and early 20th centuries saw a decline in commercial shipping at Newport and its rebirth as a recreational destination. Many of the leading industrialist families of the time, such as the Vanderbilts, built grand summer mansions in Newport that are now open to visitors. The United States Navy has also had a strong presence in the Newport area since 1869, exemplified by the establishment of the Naval War College in 1884 (image top center). The College still serves as an educational institution for naval officers. The gray-brown metropolitan area of Newport is thrown into sharp contrast by the surrounding snow-covered open fields and rural areas to the east and southwest. The Clairborne Pell (also known as Newport) Bridge connects Jamestown, R.I. on Conanicut Island to Newport at image top. The main span of this suspension bridge is 1600 feet (485 meters) long and crosses the East Passage of Narragansett Bay. The Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge (image lower right) supports over 200 bird species, including the largest winter harlequin duck population on the East Coast. iss012e19051
ISS012-E-19051 (4 March 2006) --- Newport, R.I., is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 12 crew member on the International Space Station. Newport is well-known as a summer destination, but winter snow blankets the city in this image. One of the first settlements by Europeans in the Americas, the region was initially settled by colonists seeking religious freedom denied them in Europe, but over time some of them perceived a need to escape the strictures of the dominant Puritan faith. Newport, founded in 1639, became a bastion of the Baptist faith and exemplified one of the basic precepts of the United States Constitution – separation of church and state. Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, Newport consolidated its position as one of the premier ports of the United States. The 19th and early 20th centuries saw a decline in commercial shipping at Newport and its rebirth as a recreational destination. Many of the leading industrialist families of the time, such as the Vanderbilts, built grand summer mansions in Newport that are now open to visitors. The United States Navy has also had a strong presence in the Newport area since 1869, exemplified by the establishment of the Naval War College in 1884 (image top center). The College still serves as an educational institution for naval officers. The gray-brown metropolitan area of Newport is thrown into sharp contrast by the surrounding snow-covered open fields and rural areas to the east and southwest. The Clairborne Pell (also known as Newport) Bridge connects Jamestown, R.I. on Conanicut Island to Newport at image top. The main span of this suspension bridge is 1600 feet (485 meters) long and crosses the East Passage of Narragansett Bay. The Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge (image lower right) supports over 200 bird species, including the largest winter harlequin duck population on the East Coast. iss012e19051

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Mike Mullen addresses the Naval War College's Current Strategy Forum in Spruance Auditorium.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), The Honorable Dr. Donald C. Winter delivers his opening remarks at the Current Strategic Forum held at the Naval War College.

President George W. Bush speaks at Spruance Auditorium located on the campus of the Naval War College.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead announces

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Donald C. Winter and Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead attend the 18th Biennial International Seapower Symposium at the Naval War College.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead addresses the 18th Biennial International Seapower Symposium at the Naval War College.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Donald C. Winter and Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead attend the 18th Biennial International Seapower Symposium at the Naval War College.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Donald C. Winter addresses the 18th Biennial International Seapower Symposium at the Naval War College as the keynote speaker.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead addresses the 59th Current Strategy Forum at Spruance Auditorium in the Naval War College.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Dr. Donald C. Winter addresses the audience at the Current Strategy Forum at the Naval War College.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead, center, speaks with local media at the Naval War College in Newport, R.I.

Command Master Chief Bill Peterson, of Naval War College, wears the Navy working uniform as Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Rick D. West speaks with the Prospective Commanding Officer, Prospective Executive Officer class.

Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup, President U.S. Naval War College, center, cuts the ribbon for one of the college's newest assets, two Maritime Operations Center (MOC) battle labs for the Maritime Staff Operators Course (MSOC).

Rear Adm. James (Phil) Wisecup and retired Rear Adm. Glenn E. Whisler, Jr. present Army Gen. Raymond T. Odierno with the Naval War College Distinguished Graduate Leadership Award.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead delivers a keynote speech at the U.S. Naval War College 60th annual Current Strategy Forum.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead delivers a keynote speech at the U.S. Naval War College 60th annual Current Strategy Forum.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus addresses an audience at the Current Strategy Forum at the Naval War College.

U.S. Navy Capt. Jeffery Landsman, a professor with the U.S. Naval War College, discusses an oil spill scenario with students at the Maritime Center of Excellence (MCE) course at Bandari College.

Naval Station Newport chief petty officer selects place a wreath at Patriots Memorial on the campus of the Naval War College during a ceremony honoring those who lost their lives at the Pentagon during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Navy Adm. Mike Mullen talks with local media after addressing the students and faculty at the Naval War College.

Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff addresses students and faculty at the Naval War College.

Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff addresses students and faculty at the Naval War College.

Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup, president of the Naval War College, hands a book that lists all of the international college graduates to Adm. Noman Bashir.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead delivers the keynote address during the Current Strategy Forum 2010.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead delivers the keynote address during the Current Strategy Forum 2010.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus delivers the keynote address during the 2010 Current Strategy Forum at the Naval War College in Newport, R.I.

Secretary of the Navy he Honorable Ray Mabus speaks to attending members of the 2010 Current Strategy Forum at the Naval War College.

The decommissioned aircraft carrier USS Forrestal (AVT 59) is towed past the Naval War College under the Newport Bridge.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus delivers a keynote speech at the U.S. Naval War College's 62nd annual Current Strategy Forum.

The guided-missile destroyer USS Mahan (DDG 72) prepares to pass under the Pell Clairborne Bridge as the ship departs Naval Station Newport.

Rear Adm. John Christenson, president of the U.S. Naval War College, and retired Navy Lt. Kevin Shaeffer place a wreath at the college's Patriot Memorial.

Chief Construction Electrician Peter G. Maxon is pinned by family and friends during the 2011 chief petty officer pinning ceremony at Spruance Auditorium on the campus of the U.S. Naval War College.

The littoral combat ship USS Independence (LCS 2) transits Narragansett Bay

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert, addresses delegates at the 20th International Seapower Symposium at the U.S. Naval War College.

Panelists discuss the theme,

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert delivers the opening remarks at the 20th International Seapower Symposium.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert delivers the opening remarks at the 20th International Seapower Symposium.

Senior leaders from International navies stack their covers on a shelf during the 20th International Seapower Symposium at the U.S. Naval War College.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Jonathan Greenert meets with Sailors aboard the littoral combat ship USS Independence (LCS 2).

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus addresses maritime leaders during the 20th International Seapower Symposium at the U.S. Naval War College.

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus addresses maritime leaders during the 20th International Seapower Symposium at the U.S. Naval War College.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert made closing marks to an international delegation of senior military officers at the 20th International Seapower Symposium at the U.S. Naval War College.

A contractor explains the differences between displays in a Navy F-35 demonstrator.

Professor William Hartig, delivers the commencement during a College of Naval Warfare graduation ceremony at the U.S. Naval War College at Spruance Auditorium.

Jeff Bacon, author of the U.S. Navy-themed cartoon

Jeff Bacon, author of the U.S. Navy-themed cartoon