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See the Class Schedules listing for classes currently offered at the Norfolk Campus.

 

The John R. Moore Memorial

 

Military History Lecture

 

Series presents:

 

Wild Bill Donovan and Modern

 

American Espionage

 

Event Speaker: Douglas Waller

Author, Lecturer, and former correspondent forTime Magazine

Friday, November 11, 5 to 6 p.m. TCC Norfolk Campus Student Center, 5th floor

 

The John R. Moore Memorial

Military Lecture Series presents:

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John R. Moore

 

 

 

 

                     

 

 

 

 

                                                

            For more information, please contact Michael Bales at 822-1308 tcbalem@tcc.edu

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JRM LECTURE SERIES 2010

March 26. 2010

The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum and the War of 1812

Speaker: Corey Thornton

JRM LECTURE SERIES 2009

March 7, 2009

The Battle of Hampton Roads

Speaker: John Quarstein

JRM LECTURE SERIES 2008

November 14, 2008

Life in a Civil War Camp

Speaker: Murphy Wood

June 6, 2008

The Peninsula Campaign

Speaker: John Quarstein

April 19, 2008

The Battle of Midway

Presenters: John Nugent, Midway Display Table; Ross Mobilia, Commander US Navy Ret. and several World War II veterans share their Midway experiences.

JRM LECTURE SERIES 2007

November 2007

On our fourth lecture in the JRM series, the college will host an expert lecturer on the Great White Fleet and the rise of the Chinese Navy. What impact will technology and the 21st century have upon our US Navy? Come join us to find out!

April, 2007

During this third lecture in our JRM series, the college will host a panel of speakers whose expertise is in Native American warfare to compliment our state and nation's 400 anniversary of the Jamestown settlement.

Questions about the JRM lecture series? Contact: Alan Flanders and George Martin History Faculty

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