Reflections on Reading Archive

  • REFLECTIONS ON READING (#21) Professor John E. Jackson is the Naval War College’s Program Manager for the Chief of Naval Operation’s Professional Reading Program. The Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program (CNO-PRP) motto is […]

    Reflections on Reading (#21) How to Read a Book

    REFLECTIONS ON READING (#21) Professor John E. Jackson is the Naval War College’s Program Manager for the Chief of Naval Operation’s Professional Reading Program. The Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program (CNO-PRP) motto is […]

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  • REFLECTIONS ON READING (#20) Professor John E. Jackson is the Naval War College’s Program Manager for the Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program. “Reading is the rock upon which you will build the rest […]

    Reflections on Reading (#20) CYBER and Robotics

    REFLECTIONS ON READING (#20) Professor John E. Jackson is the Naval War College’s Program Manager for the Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program. “Reading is the rock upon which you will build the rest […]

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  • REFLECTIONS ON READING (#19) Professor John E. Jackson is the Naval War College’s Program Manager for the Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program. “I cannot live without books.” President Thomas Jefferson. Many people are […]

    Reflections on Reading #19 Fleet Feedback

    REFLECTIONS ON READING (#19) Professor John E. Jackson is the Naval War College’s Program Manager for the Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program. “I cannot live without books.” President Thomas Jefferson. Many people are […]

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  • The Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program (CNO-PRP) is designed to enhance the professionalism of all Sailors by encouraging them to read books related to the history and heritage of military service, as well […]

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    The Chief of Naval Operations Professional Reading Program (CNO-PRP) is designed to enhance the professionalism of all Sailors by encouraging them to read books related to the history and heritage of military service, as well […]

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  • Nearly two centuries ago, Navy Secretary Samuel Southard ordered that every ship in the fledgling U.S. Navy be provided with a professional library of thirty-seven books on topics including mathematics, history, and philosophy. It was […]

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    Nearly two centuries ago, Navy Secretary Samuel Southard ordered that every ship in the fledgling U.S. Navy be provided with a professional library of thirty-seven books on topics including mathematics, history, and philosophy. It was […]

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  • A Sailor’s History of the U.S. Navy, by LCDR Thomas J. Cutler, USN (ret) has been a popular book in the Navy Professional Reading Program since it was established in 2006. In the book’s preface, […]

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    A Sailor’s History of the U.S. Navy, by LCDR Thomas J. Cutler, USN (ret) has been a popular book in the Navy Professional Reading Program since it was established in 2006. In the book’s preface, […]

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  • It’s Not Just What You Know, But Who You Know …… Among the great pleasures of life are the friends and characters you meet along the way. But even the most worldly and traveled individuals […]

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    It’s Not Just What You Know, But Who You Know …… Among the great pleasures of life are the friends and characters you meet along the way. But even the most worldly and traveled individuals […]

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  • Jousting at Windmills in the Digital Age As FaceBook, YouTube, Twitter and other forms of communication have exploded in recent years, the Navy Professional Reading Program’s task of advocating reading books of consequence has been […]

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    Jousting at Windmills in the Digital Age As FaceBook, YouTube, Twitter and other forms of communication have exploded in recent years, the Navy Professional Reading Program’s task of advocating reading books of consequence has been […]

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