The Naval Postgraduate School is the designated Partnership for Peace (PfP) Training and Education Center (PTC) for the United States. The USPTC designation represents all of the Naval Postgraduate School.
The USPTC is one of 24 PfP Training and Education Centers from participating PfP countries recognized by NATO. It is part of the U.S. contribution to NATO’s effort to build a collaborative approach to training and education throughout NATO. Not only does the USPTC support NATO objectives, but it also serves as the diplomatic face of the Naval Postgraduate School with a primary mission of conflict prevention. The USPTC achieves this through the development of long-term strategic, partnership capacity building programs that meet the objectives of key stakeholders, the U.S. Department of Defense, and the U.S. Department of State.
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