The mission of the Joint Forces Staff College, a component of the National Defense University, is to educate national security professionals to plan and execute operational-level joint, multinational, and interagency operations to instill a primary commitment to joint, multinational, and interagency teamwork, attitudes, and perspectives. Military operations increasingly require the Armed Services to work jointly and JFSC provides students the tools to operate in a joint environment. JFSC is composed of four schools, each with different student populations and purposes.
Feb. 14, 2019
Toward a More Lethal, Flexible, and Resilient Joint Force: Rediscovering the Purpose of JPME II
JFSC Faculty, Charles Davis and Frederick R. Kienle published "Toward a More Lethal, Flexible, and Resilient Joint Force: Rediscovering the Purpose of JPME II" in Joint Forces Quarterly. Published JFQ 92, 22 Jan 2019.
The Challenge of the Sole Superpower in the Postmodern World Order
JFSC Faculty, Dr. Keith D. Dickson published "The Challenge of the Sole Superpower in the Postmodern World Order" in the Marine Corps University Journal. Published: MCUJ vol. 9, no. 2, Fall 2018.
Feb. 13, 2019
Recognizing the Skirmish at Kemp’s Landing
JFSC Faculty, Pat Hannum published "Recognizing the Skirmish at Kemp’s Landing" in Journal of the American Revolution.