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  • National Defense University
    dangers of encountering but failing to learn from the lessons of the past Learn More Lessons Encountered Learning from the Long War This book began as two questions from General Martin E Dempsey What were the costs and benefits of the campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan and what were the strategic lessons NDU s Institute for National Strategic Studies was tasked to answer these questions Download Vice President Joe Biden Gives Address on Iraq at NDU On 9 April NDU hosted Vice President Joe Biden who made a speech on Iraq policy before NDU military and civilian students NDU faculty and staff national press and foreign dignitaries including the Iraqi Ambassador to the US Lukman Faily Learn More National Defense University NDU is an internationally recognized graduate level university with five colleges and multiple centers of excellence focused on joint education leader development and scholarship in national security matters Our Mission National Defense University NDU supports the joint warfighter by providing rigorous Joint Professional Military Education to members of the U S Armed Forces and select others in order to develop leaders who have the ability to operate and creatively think in an unpredictable and complex world NDU EDU NDU2015 News from NDU UK Chief of Defense Staff General Sir Nick Houghton Speaks at NDU By Anthony Scioscia December 11 2015 British Chief of Defense Staff General Sir Nick Houghton discussed religious extremism his government s efforts to maintain international order and security and the need to reorientate NATO towards combating the rising threat of hybrid warfare during a Distinguished Leader Program at NDU on December 1 MORE Lessons Encountered Author Panel Warns of Failure to Learn By Anthony Scioscia November 17 2015 On November 17 NDU s INSS hosted a book launch event for their newest publication Lessons Encountered

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  • National Defense University
    dangers of encountering but failing to learn from the lessons of the past Learn More Lessons Encountered Learning from the Long War This book began as two questions from General Martin E Dempsey What were the costs and benefits of the campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan and what were the strategic lessons NDU s Institute for National Strategic Studies was tasked to answer these questions Download Vice President Joe Biden Gives Address on Iraq at NDU On 9 April NDU hosted Vice President Joe Biden who made a speech on Iraq policy before NDU military and civilian students NDU faculty and staff national press and foreign dignitaries including the Iraqi Ambassador to the US Lukman Faily Learn More National Defense University NDU is an internationally recognized graduate level university with five colleges and multiple centers of excellence focused on joint education leader development and scholarship in national security matters Our Mission National Defense University NDU supports the joint warfighter by providing rigorous Joint Professional Military Education to members of the U S Armed Forces and select others in order to develop leaders who have the ability to operate and creatively think in an unpredictable and complex world NDU EDU NDU2015 News from NDU UK Chief of Defense Staff General Sir Nick Houghton Speaks at NDU By Anthony Scioscia December 11 2015 British Chief of Defense Staff General Sir Nick Houghton discussed religious extremism his government s efforts to maintain international order and security and the need to reorientate NATO towards combating the rising threat of hybrid warfare during a Distinguished Leader Program at NDU on December 1 MORE Lessons Encountered Author Panel Warns of Failure to Learn By Anthony Scioscia November 17 2015 On November 17 NDU s INSS hosted a book launch event for their newest publication Lessons Encountered

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  • About
    Joint Forces Staff College KEYSTONE National War College PINNACLE Reserve Components National Security Course Academic Policies Accreditation Registrar Graduation 2015 Outreach Int l Student Management Office Regional Centers Africa Center for Strategic Studies Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies Research CISA Research Publications Institute for National Strategic Studies Center for Complex Operations Ctr for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction Program

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  • Vision & Mission
    Studies Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies Research CISA Research Publications Institute for National Strategic Studies Center for Complex Operations Ctr for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction Program for Emerging Leaders Center for Technology and National Security Policy STAR TIDES Conflict Records Research Center NDU Libraries NDU Press Libraries MERLN News Social Media Press Releases Images Vision and Mission VISION NDU will be the premier national security institution focused on advanced joint education leader development and scholarship MISSION National Defense University NDU supports the joint warfighter by providing rigorous Joint Professional Military Education to members of the U S Armed Forces and select others in order to develop leaders that have the ability to operate and creatively think in an unpredictable and complex world PURPOSE Educating Developing and Inspiring National Security Leaders Education is our business National security is the focus of our business Leaders are the essence of our business GUIDING PRINCIPLES The following principles shape the culture of NDU Academic Excellence NDU shall always foster and promote scholarly distinction in its work and its people Academic Freedom NDU shall always foster and protect free expression and open intellectual exchange based on responsible professionalism Diversity

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  • Institutional Data
    63 U S Air Force 55 3 3 61 U S Navy 39 0 0 39 U S Marine Corps 17 0 0 17 U S Coast Guard 2 0 2 International Officers 28 International Civilians 0 DoD Civilians 53 Industry Civilians 5 Interagency Civilians 38 Total Enrollment 306 Note Active and Reserve components apply only to U S military services thus numbers may not sum to total across Active Reserve status 1 Table 4 Eisenhower Civilian Students by Executive level Agency Sub Agency Bureau and Service Agency Enrollment DOD Agency Department of the Army 9 Department of the Air Force 12 Defense Acquisition University 1 Defense Intelligence Agency 3 Defense Information Systems Agency 2 Defense Logistics Agency 3 Department of the Navy 11 Joint Staff 1 Military Sealift Command 1 National Geospatial Intelligence Agency 4 National Security Agency Central Security Service 3 Office of the Secretary of Defense 3 Total 53 Non DOD Agency Central Intelligence Agency 2 Department of Homeland Security 5 Department of Commerce 1 Department of Energy 3 Department of Justice 2 Department of State 18 Department of Transportation 1 General Services Administration 2 Office of Management and Budget 2 Agency for International Development 2 Total 38 Table 5 IRMC Student Enrollment Student Category Active Reserve Guard Total U S Army 93 2 3 98 U S Air Force 89 1 3 93 U S Navy 63 1 0 64 U S Marine Corps 15 0 0 15 U S Coast Guard 19 0 19 International Officers 10 International Civilians 2 DoD Civilians 663 Interagency Civilians 104 Private Sector 18 Total Enrollment 1 086 Note Active and Reserve Components apply only to U S military Services thus numbers may not sum to total across Active Reserve status In addition five IRMC faculty staff members enrolled in NDU courses who are not included in the student enrollment table Table 6 IRMC Civilian Students by DOD Agency Sub Agency Bureau and Service Agency Enrollment Defense Commissary Agency 1 Defense Contract Audit Agency 4 Defense Contract Management Agency 1 Defense Finance and Accounting Service 4 Defense Health Agency 2 Defense Human Resources Activity 3 Defense Information Systems Agency 145 Defense Intelligence Agency 17 Defense Logistics Agency 7 Defense Media Activity 1 Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office 1 Defense Security Cooperation Agency 2 Defense Security Service 8 Defense Threat Reduction Agency 1 Department of Defense 20 Department of Defense Inspector General 2 Department of the Air Force 246 Department of the Army 12 Department of the Navy 117 DoD Education Activity 2 Enterprise Information Technology Svc Dir 1 Joint Staff J6 4 Joint Staff J7 2 Joint Staff J8 1 Missile Defense Agency 1 National Geospatial Intelligence Agency 2 National Security Agency Central Security Service 14 Office of the Chief Information Officer 1 Office of the Secretary of Defense 10 Pentagon Force Protection Agency 2 U S States Cyber Command 1 U S European Command 3 U S Special Operations Command 20 U S Strategic Command 1 U

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  • Leadership
    iCollege Inst for National Security Ethics Leadership Joint Forces Staff College KEYSTONE National War College PINNACLE Reserve Components National Security Course Academic Policies Accreditation Registrar Graduation 2015 Outreach Int l Student Management Office Regional Centers Africa Center for Strategic Studies Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies Research CISA Research Publications Institute for National Strategic Studies Center for Complex Operations Ctr for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction Program for Emerging Leaders Center for Technology and National Security Policy STAR TIDES Conflict Records Research Center NDU Libraries NDU Press Libraries MERLN News Social Media Press Releases Images Leadership Major General Frederick M Padilla USMC President VIEW BIO Ambassador Wanda L Nesbitt Senior Vice President VIEW BIO John W Yaeger Ed D Captain USN Ret Provost VIEW BIO Robert C Kane Maj Gen USAF Ret Chief Operating Officer VIEW BIO Michael S Bell Ph D Colonel USA Ret Chancellor CISA VIEW BIO Brigadier General Thomas A Gorry USMC Commandant Eisenhower School VIEW BIO Janice M Hamby RADM USN Ret Chancellor iCollege VIEW BIO Rear Admiral Brad Williamson USN Commandant JFSC VIEW BIO Brigadier General Darren E Hartford USAF Commandant NWC VIEW BIO Richard

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  • History
    of Joint colleges of higher learning The new Joint colleges created were the Armed Forces Staff College now Joint Forces Staff College JFSC and the National War College NWC and the name of the Army Industrial College was changed to the Industrial College of the Armed Forces ICAF Creation of The National Defense University The National Defense University NDU was established in 1976 to consolidate the nation s defense community intellectual resources and ICAF and NWC became the first two constituent units of the new institution devoted to Joint higher learning Today NDU is comprised of five colleges The JFSC was added to the University in 1981 and a year later the Department of Defense Computer Institute now the Information Resources Management College IRMC was added The newest college in the University is the College of International Security Affairs CISA which was created in 2002 as the School for National Security Executive Education and then renamed in 2008 Research Centers Although these five colleges lie at the heart of the University s educational mission developments in national security have required marked growth in the University s research functions The Institute for National Strategic Studies INSS was established early in the life of NDU as a policy research and applied strategic learning organization INSS provides timely objective analysis and gaming events to senior decision makers and supports NDU educational programs Since 1994 the Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction WMD has helped U S government agencies to understand the security implications of WMD proliferation fashion effective responses and educate their emerging leaders on these challenges The Center for Technology and National Security Policy was established in 2001 to study the implications of technological innovation for U S national security policy and military planning Degree Granting and Accreditation Subsequent

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  • Map & Directions
    4th Street SW is open from 0600 to 1800 Monday Friday closed on federal holidays ID REQUIREMENTS A DoD or federal government issued civilian employee photo ID is required DIRECTIONS Via METRO Fort McNair is located about one half mile from the Washington Metro s Waterfront station on the Green Line Leaving the station cross Maine Avenue M Street and walk south down 4th Street SW for three blocks until 4th Street SW turns left and becomes P Street SW The Fort McNair main gate will be plainly visible on the immediate right Pedestrians may enter with a government issued photo ID From Virginia West via I 66 Follow Route 66 toward Washington D C and take the Independence Avenue exit Follow the signs for Maine Avenue Stay straight on Maine Avenue which becomes becomes M Street SW near Arena Stage on your left Turn right onto 4th Street SW Waterfront metro station is on your left and continue for three blocks When 4th Street SW ends turns left and becomes P Street SW the Fort McNair main gate will be plainly visible on the right NOTE Visitors must enter Fort McNair through the 2nd Street gate From the 4th Street main gate continue onto P Street SW for along the Fort McNair wall for two blocks and take a right on 2nd Street following the turn of the wall The visitors gate is one block down 2nd Street on the right From Virginia South via the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Once on the Maryland side of the Wilson Bridge take I 295 north towards Washington D C Take Exit 3B Suitland Parkway towards South Capitol Street Nationals Stadium Downtown Merge onto Suitland Parkway then onto South Capitol St SE then onto the Frederick Douglas Bridge South Capitol Street staying in the right lane Stay in the far right lane past Nationals Stadium avoiding the underpass Turn left onto M Street SW at the light this takes you over South Capitol Street Turn left at the light on 1st Street SW and pass the community center Turn right onto Canal Street SW and pass the community center s athletic fields Canal Street SW becomes 2nd Street SW when it crosses P Street SW Go straight for one block on 2nd Street SW following the Fort McNair wall the visitor s gate is on the right For the main gate turn right on P Street SW and go one block the main gate is on your left From Maryland Follow the Capitol Beltway I 495 or I 95 to the Baltimore Washington B W Parkway exit Proceed Southbound on the B W Parkway As you near Washington the B W Parkway becomes I 295 South Continue on I 295 Take Exit 3B towards Howard Road South Capitol Street Nationals Stadium Turn right onto Howard Road SE Merge onto the Frederick Douglas Bridge South Capitol Street staying in the right lane Stay in the far right lane past Nationals Stadium avoiding the underpass

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