NWR - Naval Warfare (NWR)
NWR 1103 Naval Warfare and Operations I (3-1-3)
Introduces essential basic naval warfare concepts in a classroom environment. Presents information about naval warfare platforms including weapon/sensor outfits, surface warships, submarines, aircraft, above water warfare, and underwater warfare. Examines the concept of Action Information Organization and its roles in peace and war time. Serves as a prerequisite for Naval Warfare and Operations II.
NWR 2103 Naval Warfare and Operations II (3-1-3)
This course aims to acquaint students with the basic concepts of various forms of naval warfare, including Anti-Air Warfare, Anti-Surface Warfare, Anti-Submarine Warfare, Mine Warfare, Electronic Warfare and Amphibious Warfare. Concepts are introduced in a practical manner by emphasizing the aim, purpose, platforms used, important terms and definitions and basic tactics involved. Military operations other than war conducted by Naval Forces and principles of Naval Communication are also introduced.
Prerequisites: NWR 1103
NWR 4004 Bridge Warfare and Tactical Manoevering (0-8-4)
The courses provides an opportunity for students to perform as an OOW to support surface and sub-surface operations. This includes operating with organic helo, conducting surface engagements and combined anti-submarine exercises. Students will need to analyse the tactical situation and respond appropriately to developing threats.