Plagiarism incident at the Naval War College; result different from the Walsh affair at Army War College?
ForeignPolicy reports an incident of plagiarism at the Naval War College, which apparently ended differently
than the Walsh incident at the Army War College.
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According to the article, either the college president, Rear Admiral P. Gardner Howe III, or the War College’s Provost, Dr. Lewis Duncan, rejected the recommendation that the student be given a zero. The article asserts: -- Word around the campus is that the student’s career was preserved because he is slated for a significant command. --