The U.S. Army War College and the Army War College Foundation

Not to promote war, but to preserve peace…
Elihu Root, 1903 Secretary of War, regarding the establishment of the U. S. Army War College

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The U.S Army War College educates and develops leaders for service at the strategic level while advancing knowledge in the global application of Landpower. The College accomplishes this by Providing high quality Professional Military Education at the strategic level; Aggressively conducting research, publishing, engaging in discourse, and wargaming; and Conducting strategic leader development. The War College produces the world’s best strategic leaders – educated, strong, and inspired to serve.

While federal funds support the core mission of the Army War College, funding from the Army War College Foundation provides the flexibility for the Margin of Excellence in teaching our nation’s future strategic leaders. Contributions to the Foundation provide the means for this in the following ways:

Support for additional distinguished scholars on faculty through academic chairs.

Expansion of the College’s programs of research in strategic studies, strategic leadership, peace keeping and stability operations, and history.

Improvement of international relations through support of the College’s International Fellows programs.

Support of programs in recognition of family member contributions to our nation.

Recognition of distinguished student writing and public speaking.

Recognition of distinguished faculty writing and publication.

Support of academic conferences, exercises, symposia, outreach, and seminars including the National Security Seminar (NSS) and Commandant’s National Security Program (CNSP).

Enhancement of the College’s library holdings.

Enhancement of honoraria for lectures to students and faculty from prominent and relevant speakers who otherwise would not be available


Donation Form

You may donate online with a credit card by selecting the DONATE button on the homepage; or if you would prefer to mail a check we ask you to complete the form below and mail it to us with your payment.

CLICK HERE FOR THE DONATION FORM


Stock Donations:

CLICK HERE FOR STOCK DONATION INFORMATION


The Education Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC):

The Army War College Foundation has been approved to be included on the list of "Education Improvement Organizations" to which businesses may make contributions and be considered for Educational Improvement Tax Credits from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The EITC allows businesses like yours to reduce your state tax liability equal to 75% ( 90% with a two year commitment) of your contribution to the Army War College Foundation. Contributions for this tax incentive are limited to special activities in support of the International Fellows Program. Click here on the state's website www.NewPA.com/eitc to see the guidelines and apply.









The U.S. Army War College and the Army War College Foundation

Not to promote war, but to preserve peace…
Elihu Root, 1903 Secretary of War, regarding the establishment of the U. S. Army War College

________________________________________________________________________________________________________


The U.S Army War College educates and develops leaders for service at the strategic level while advancing knowledge in the global application of Landpower. The College accomplishes this by Providing high quality Professional Military Education at the strategic level; Aggressively conducting research, publishing, engaging in discourse, and wargaming; and Conducting strategic leader development. The War College produces the world’s best strategic leaders – educated, strong, and inspired to serve.

While federal funds support the core mission of the Army War College, funding from the Army War College Foundation provides the flexibility for the Margin of Excellence in teaching our nation’s future strategic leaders. Contributions to the Foundation provide the means for this in the following ways:

Support for additional distinguished scholars on faculty through academic chairs.

Expansion of the College’s programs of research in strategic studies, strategic leadership, peace keeping and stability operations, and history.

Improvement of international relations through support of the College’s International Fellows programs.

Support of programs in recognition of family member contributions to our nation.

Recognition of distinguished student writing and public speaking.

Recognition of distinguished faculty writing and publication.

Support of academic conferences, exercises, symposia, outreach, and seminars including the National Security Seminar (NSS) and Commandant’s National Security Program (CNSP).

Enhancement of the College’s library holdings.

Enhancement of honoraria for lectures to students and faculty from prominent and relevant speakers who otherwise would not be available


Donation Form

You may donate online with a credit card by selecting the DONATE button on the homepage; or if you would prefer to mail a check we ask you to complete the form below and mail it to us with your payment.

CLICK HERE FOR THE DONATION FORM


Stock Donations:

CLICK HERE FOR STOCK DONATION INFORMATION


The Education Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC):

The Army War College Foundation has been approved to be included on the list of "Education Improvement Organizations" to which businesses may make contributions and be considered for Educational Improvement Tax Credits from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The EITC allows businesses like yours to reduce your state tax liability equal to 75% ( 90% with a two year commitment) of your contribution to the Army War College Foundation. Contributions for this tax incentive are limited to special activities in support of the International Fellows Program. Click here on the state's website www.NewPA.com/eitc to see the guidelines and apply.