|Object Name:||Industrial College of the Armed Forces Plaque|
|Manufacturer:||United States Air Force (USAF)|
|Year of Manufacture:||1991|
|Location:||Cupboard 1 (awards) [Main Store]|
National Defense University
Presented by the
Industrial College of the Armed Forces
Class of 1991
for significant contributions
to our educational program.
[signed] David M Goodrich
Major General, US Air Force
David M. Goodrich
Major General, U. S. Air Force
The Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy (Eisenhower School), formerly known as the Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF), is a part of the National Defense University. It was renamed on 6 September 2012 in honour of Dwight D. Eisenhower who graduated from this school when it was previously known as the Army Industrial College.
The Eisenhower School is a United States military educational institution tasked with preparing selected military officers and civilians for senior national security leadership positions dealing with the resource component of national power. The college conducts postgraduate, executive-level courses of study and associated research, awarding a Master of Science degree in national resource strategy to its graduates. Special emphasis is placed on materiel acquisition, joint logistics, and their integration into national security strategy.
This Certificate was awarded to the Company in 1991, but the actual reason for the award is not known.