Latest News from JFSC

Jan. 14, 2021

USCENTCOM Commander visits JFSC

On December 15th 2020, U.S. Marine Corps Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., Commander of the United States Central Command, visited the Joint Forces Staff College to address JFSC faculty and JAWS students. During the address, Gen. McKenzie provided insight on the USCENTCOM AOR and fielded questions from students and faculty, providing invaluable real-world experience from the Combatant Command level. These types of engagements are critical to the development of our future joint planners.

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.

Feb. 14, 2019

The Challenge of the Sole Superpower in the Postmodern World Order

JFSC Faculty with Joint Advanced Warfighting School, National Defense University, 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. 14, 2019

Relevancy to the Joint Force

The Institutional Research, Assessment, and Accreditation Division (IRAAD) within Joint Forces Staff College, National Defense University conducted a thorough review of Geographic Combatant Command, Functional Combatant Command, and JPME-II student feedback and have published it's analysis on JFSC's "Relevancy to the Joint Force", published Sept 2017.

Feb. 14, 2019

Looking Beyond Professional Military Education to Evaluating Officers

JFSC Students at the Joint and Combined Warfighting School, National Defense University during JPME-II published, "Looking Beyond Professional Military Education to Evaluating Officers" online in War on the Rocks, 8 Aug 2018.