The Naval Submarine League
|RADM Padgett Presents the Naval Submarine League Award to LCDR Stein at the Naval War College |
RADM Padgett presents the Naval Submarine League award to LCDR Stein at the Naval War College for his winning paper, "The Submarine: The Key to Winning an Arctic Conflict". The paper will be published in The Submarine Review.
For details on the award and a summary of contributions from previous winners see: Award
The Naval Submarine League sponsors a wide variety awards every year including the Fleet Awards, the Distinguished Civilian Award, the Literary Award, Photo Award and others.
For a complete list of these awards see: NSL Awards
|SPAWAR Leadership on Information Warfare and the Growing Cyber Threat |
SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- "Information Dominance will become a recognized warfare area on par with other traditional warfare areas and is becoming one of our most powerful assets," said Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) Chief Engineer Rear Adm. James Rodman during a panel discussion on information and non-kinetic warfare and the growing cyber security threat.
"We need to look at the warfare arena differently," said Rodman. "We need to know what arrows we have in our quiver and then define those non-kinetic elements so that we can treat them in a more level set environment."
SPAWAR Commander Rear Adm. Patrick Brady echoed Rodman during his follow on keynote address discussing the importance of technical authority in information warfare during the 35th Annual C4ISR Symposium April 23-25 in San Diego.
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|Chief of Naval Operations Testifies on FY14 Budget Priorities |
PENTAGON (NNS) -- The Chief of Naval Operations, Secretary of the Navy, and Commandant of the Marine Corps testified together April 25 before the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) on the Department of the Navy budget request for fiscal year 2014.
The three naval leader's testimony emphasized the realities of sequestration restraints on the fiscal year 2014 defense budget presented to congress earlier this month.
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert delivered an opening statement that outlined the budget strategy and subsequent carryover from fiscal year 2013 as well as targeted the intended course for the next fiscal year. Greenert explained how Navy leadership has made key decisions in light of fiscal ambiguities, placing an emphasis on the characteristic of the Navy's forces mandate to operate forward where it matters, and that the Navy will be ready when it matters.
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