Essay Contest Archives

2018 Naval Intelligence Essay Contest Sponsored with the Naval Intelligence Professionals
Prize Title Author
First Prize Make Counterintelligence a Main Effort First Lieutenant Christian Helmer Heller, U.S. Marine Corps
Second Prize Ten Years on the Beach Lieutenant Commander Wolf Melbourne, U.S. Navy
Third Prize Want to Win Great Power Competition? Professionalize Initial Naval Intelligence Officer Lieutenant William N. Murray, U.S. Navy
2017 Naval Intelligence Essay Contest Sponsored with the Naval Intelligence Professionals
Prize Title Author
First Prize Know Tomorrow's Adversary Commander Heather Bothwell, U.S. Navy Reserve
Second Prize Naval Intelligence: Build Regional Experts Captain William R. Bray, U.S. Navy (Retired)
Third Prize Naval Intel Must Do Ocen Surveillance Better Captain Dale C. Rielage, U.S. Navy
2016 Naval Intelligence Essay Contest sponsored by the Naval Intelligence Professionals
Prize Title Author
First Prize Spark an Intel Revolution Lieutenant Andreas Xenachis, U.S. Navy Reserve
Second Prize Information Warfare: Integrate to Dominate Commander J. Michael Dahm, U.S. Navy
Third Prize What Is Past Is Prologue Commander Nathaniel A. Bailey, U.S. Navy

 
 

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