2010 U.S. Naval Institute Robotics Essay Contest Winners

1st Prize: How to Fight an Unmanned War: An Examination of Tactics in Robotic Warfare, by Lieutenant James Drennan

2nd Prize: From Unique Needs to Modular Platforms: The Future of Military Robotics, by PJ Neal

3rd Prize: Our Own Worst Enemy: Institutional Inertias and the Internal Challenges of Embracing Robotics, by Nathan Hughes

3rd Prize: Mad, Mad Killer Robots, by Lieutenant Colonel David W. Szelowski, USMCR (Ret.)

 

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