Throughout its history, the U.S. Naval War College has continually adapted its educational and research programs to accommodate the shifting international security environment in order to educate the Navy’s future leaders effectively. From the introduction of war gaming into the curriculum in the 1880s to the “Turner Revolution” in the mid-1970s, the College has responded to the needs of the service by updating its curriculum and teaching methods and by establishing programs and activities designed not only to keep pace with change but to anticipate it.
Howe, P. Gardner III
Naval War College Review: Vol. 69
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digital-commons.usnwc.edu/nwc-review/vol69/iss1/2