Entry from US English dictionary
A college providing advanced instruction for senior officers of the armed services.
- The enemy commanders are cum laude graduates of the international war college and masters of the art of asymmetrical warfare as practiced in Vietnam, Northern Ireland, and Israel.
- In 1899, the Army established a war college, and McCarty Little did what he could to ensure that its curriculum included wargaming.
- General Van Fleet's career between the wars is notable in that he did not attend either Leavenworth or any of the war colleges.
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Syllabification: war col·lege
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