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Students participate in COCOM panel discussions

Lt. Cmdr. Erich Frandrup, a U.S. Naval War College (NWC) Theater Security Decision Making (TSDM) student, participates in a group panel discussion with U.S. Central Command senior representative (center), Royal Australian navy (RAN) Commodore Ian Middleton, at NWC in Newport, R.I. Frandrup and the twelve members of his group received the inaugural NWC academic award, the Admiral James G. Stavridis Award for Excellence in Theater Strategic Planning. The award serves as an opportunity to formally recognize the group of NWC National Security Affairs (NSA) TSDM course students who best demonstrate a thorough understanding of course curriculum and deliver exemplary insight to combatant command specific security, strategy and planning.



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Date Taken:11.06.2013

Date Posted:11.06.2013 14:26

Photo ID:1047788

VIRIN:131106-N-ZZ999-184

Resolution:2400x1047

Size:1.52 MB

Location:NEWPORT, RI, USGlobe

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