Center for Naval Analyses

Center for Naval Analyses

The Center for Naval Analyses is the federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. It also provides research and analysis services to other military and government agencies to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of U.S. national defense efforts. Wikipedia

Center for Naval Analyses

The Center for Naval Analyses is the federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. It also provides research and analysis services to other military and government agencies to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of U.S. national defense efforts. Wikipedia

Sep 27, 11:04 AM

Thank you to our panel of judges and to all participants for the excellent project ideas produced for this #CNA75 anniversary event. Check out the line-up of the five finalist #SharkTank proposals.

Sep 27, 11:02 AM

Yesterday was the culmination of CNA''s #SharkTank style competition, with 5 finalist groups giving presentations on interdisciplinary project ideas. Congratulations to Team 2 (analysts Zack Gold, Josh Tallis, Lauren Frey and Jeremy Sepinsky) on their winning concept of a #counterterrorism and #homelandsecurity wargame! #CNA75

Sep 19, 1:36 PM

Today we hosted the second event in the 75th Anniversary Spotlight Series, in which CNA staff learned about the U-Boat threat during World War II. Stephen Budiansky, author of ""Blackett''s War: The Men Who Defeated the Nazi U-Boats and Brought Science to the Art of Warfare"" and our own Brian McCue, who has also written extensively on anti-submarine warfare in WWII, explored everything you never knew about the first days of CNA, the birth of operations research, and an underwater peril so menacing that Churchill said it gnawed my bowels. Go to our Twitter account for quotes and highlights (@CNA_org). #CNA75 #CNAspotlight @usnavy #history

Aug 31, 1:39 PM

On September 6, four experts will discuss how changing urban populations domestically and globally impact issues of national security, and identifies what cities are doing with infrastructure, policy, and planning to help shape positive outcomes. This event is free and open to the public (RSVP required). Go to www.cna.org to learn more and register. #nationalsecurity #cities #urban #hurricaneharvey #disaster #climatechange