Captain Kline retired after 26 years of service, including to two sea commands. He currently is a professor of practice in the Naval Postgraduate School Operations Research Department, where he teaches campaign analysis, systems analysis, and executive programs in strategic planning and risk assessment. He has served on the Chief of Naval Operations’ Fleet Design Advisory Board and several Naval Study Board Committees of the National Academies.

Articles by Jeffrey E. Kline

Secretary of the Navy Kenneth Braithwaite tours the Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi. The visit was one in a series to discuss industrial base economic wellness—a critical factor should the United States need to mobilize for major conflict.

Resurrecting War Plan Blue

By Captain Jeffrey E. Kline, U.S. Navy (Retired) 
July 2020
The United States needs a new series of studies to explore strategic choices and make recommendations for national actions in preparation for information-age conflict.