Army War College
Definition/Scope: (AR350-1) The USAWC prepares selected military, civilian, and international leaders to assume strategic leadership responsibilities in military or national security organizations; educates students on employment of the U.S. Army as part of a unified, joint, or multinational force in support of the national military strategy; researches operational and strategic issues; and conducts outreach programs that benefit the nation. The USAWC conducts both a resident and a distant education course. Students of the USAWC Distributed Education Course are identified by award of MEL code 1 upon completion of the Midcourse Resident phase. Reservations for, enrollments in, and graduation from the USAWC will be posted in ATRRS.
Broader Terms:Professional Military Education
Narrower Terms:Army Physical Fitness Research Institute
Related Terms:Army War College (publishers)