Ko Tun-hwa

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Vice Admiral Ko Tun-hwa (葛敦華; 18 September 1921; Fuzhou – 12 June 2010, Taipei) was a geostrategist, former Vice Minister of Defense of Taiwan and former National Policy Advisor to the President of the Taiwan.[1] Admiral Ko Tun-hwa graduated in 1957 with the first class of the Naval Command Course, the first course for international officers, at the United States Naval War College.[1]

Awards[edit]

  • Vice Admiral Ko Tun-hwa was awarded the Silver Star Award from by the International Strategic Studies Association for Outstanding Contributions to Strategic Progress.
  • Vice Admiral Ko Tun-hwawas was awarded the Stefan T. Possony Prize.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Copley, Gregory R. (July 2010). "Ko Tun-hwa passes the Two Chinas, and a New Era of Maritime Strategy, into the Care of Mazu" (PDF). Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy. International Strategic Studies Association: 4–7. ISSN 0277-4933. OCLC 223022725. Retrieved 13 January 2013. 

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