Who can attend the Naval War College?
Active Duty Navy Unrestricted Line Officers and equivalent U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) and U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) officers. Active Duty Navy Restricted Line Officers and equivalent USMC and USCG officers. Other U.S. Military Service officers, Reservists, and eligible Civilians.
What is Navy PPME?
Joint Professional Military Education (JPME), Primary Professional Military Education (PPME), college diplomas and other certifications are good examples of documents that can be sent to the board with a cover letter.
What are PME courses?
Professional Military Education (PME) refers to the professional training, development, and schooling of military personnel. It encompasses many schools, universities, and training programs designed to foster leadership in military service members.
How long is Navy War College?
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|Naval Staff College Diploma for International Students||U.S. Naval War College Diploma||11 Months|
|Online Program||JPME Phase I Credit||41 Weeks|
|U.S. Naval War College at the Naval Postgraduate School||JPME Phase I Credit||12 Months|
Can civilians go to War College?
Civilian. To attend the Army War College, Department of the Army Federal Government civilians must be at the grade of GS/GM-14. Other DoD and Federal Government civilians may be accepted in the grade of GS-13.
How many Navy trips assessments have been completed?
To Date over 333,000 TRiPS assessments have been completed by Navy personnel without a single motor vehicle fatality of anyone traveling on an approved risk assessment. Positive proof TRiPS works and that supervisors play a vital element in the travel plans of their subordinates.
What is the duration of the JPME online program?
The duration of this program typically lasts 41 weeks. Courses are primarily taught using online discussion boards, group projects, individual essays, and other assignments. Students that complete the Online Program are awarded JPME Phase I credit.
Where can I find more information about the JPME Phase I?
U.S. War Colleges and selected foreign war colleges award completion of JPME Phase I. Some programs also offer accredited Masters Degrees. For more information on Service Colleges, Foreign Service Colleges, Fellowship opportunities, and Joint Officer information, visit the Joint Officer page.
What is AJPME (advanced joint professional military education)?
Advanced Joint Professional Military Education (AJPME) is a 40 week blended learning course for Reserve Component (RC) Officers (grades O-4 to O-6) that is similar in content to the in-residence JFSC Phase II. AJPME satisfies the educational requirement for qualification as JQO level III (RC Officers only). Quotas are obtained through CNRFC N7.