Navy Planning Fundamentals The Art & Science of National Security
$1990 per person
How does your hard work relate to the Navy's "grand plan?" Planning, at a number of levels, is the link that binds the members and activities of an organization together. This 3-day course provides an overview of the US Navy and Joint Planning Systems and how the many innovations and technologies developed or leveraged can fit into the planning which supports the National Security Strategy. The planning process, force development, acquisition and how these all fit within the National Security Strategy will provide insight to the students' understanding of how their own research and development contributes to that security. This course is valuable to engineers, scientists, and analysts working in Navy research facilities, national labs and Department of Defense research and development centers as it conveys a solid understanding of how their valuable contributions support our national security. A comprehensive set of notes and references will be provided to all attendees. Students will also receive useful charts that illustrate the processes and products.
CAPT Eric L. Stilwell, US Navy retired, served 32 years as a Surface Warfare Officer planning and operating with forces ranging from tactical naval operations through strategic national security events and joint military campaigns. A Joint Qualified Officer he served at the nexus of operations and planning for US Strategic Command, European Command/Special Operations Command Europe and Joint Task Force Civil Support. As military faculty he taught National and Global Security at the US Air Force, Air War College. As Deputy Director, USSTRATCOM he established a unique innovation and strategy capability that leveraged national labs, DoD research and combat support organizations, academia and industry to provide solutions to the warfighter.
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