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The Eisenhower School prepares its graduates to lead the strategic institutions and activities associated with the integrated development and resource execution of national security and national defense strategies.
The Eisenhower School Coat of Arms
Laurel and Oak Branches:
Represent achievement and strength. Also represent continuity with the Coats of Arms of the National War College and the National Defense University
Torch: Shedding light on the unknown; opening new horizons
Book: Education, understanding, and knowledge
Key: Ability to open the doors. Note “E” pattern used to provide access, symbolizing both education and Eisenhower
Sword: Preparedness or readiness to defend the Nation
Colors, Red and White: Colors representing the Assistant Secretary of War who originally designated the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in 1946
Flames: Consistent with the Coat of Arms of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, the rayonne partition in the shield symbolizes the fires of industry