Essay Contest Archives

1994 General Prize (Arleigh Burke) Essay Contest
Prize Title Author
Prize Winner Is There a Doctrine in the House? Lieutenant Commander Scott A. Hastings, USN
1993 General Prize (Arleigh Burke) Essay Contest
Prize Title Author
Prize Winner Crisis of Confidence Lieutenant Commander Thomas M. Gallagher, JAGC, USN
First Honorable Mention The Limits of Jointness Rear Admiral William J. Holland, Jr., USN (Ret.)
Second Honorable Mention The Ultimate Meritocracy Lieutenant Sherman Baldwin, USN
1992 General Prize (Arleigh Burke) Essay Contest
Prize Title Author
Prize Winner Subtle Yet Significant: The Arts and Military Leadership John H. Mitchell
First Co-Honorable Mention Regional Conflict: A Commanding Role for the U.S. Navy Captain Roger W. Barnett, USN (Ret.)
First Co-Honorable Mention A Maritime Strategy for the Twenty-First Century Captain George V. Galdorisi, USN
Second Co-Honorable Mention ASW Is Still Job One! Rear Admiral William J. Holland, Jr., USN (Ret.)
Second Co-Honorable Mention United States Navy Mine Countermeasures: The Painful Reality of Lessons Unlearned Lieutenant Ernest Fortin, USNR
1991 General Prize (Arleigh Burke) Essay Contest
Prize Title Author
Prize Winner Maritime or National Missions Dr. James L. George
First Co-Honorable Mention Naval Arms Control: A War-Winning Strategy Captain Jon T. Hoffman, USMC
Second Co-Honorable Mention What If Peace? The Reconstitution Strategy Commander James J. Tritten, USN (Ret.)
Second Co-Honorable Mention Amphibious Command Relations in Maneuver Warfare Lieutenant Commander Terry C. Pierce, USN
1990 General Prize (Arleigh Burke) Essay Contest
Prize Title Author
Prize Winner Planning the Post-Cold War Navy Lieutenant Niel L. Golightly, USN
First Honorable Mention The SLCM: Indispensable Deterrent or Arms Control Nightmare Ensign Charles M. Duquette, SC, USNR
Second Honorable Mention C3I = CIC2: Communications and Intelligent Command and Control Lieutenant Charles A. Abel, USCG
1989 General Prize (Arleigh Burke) Essay Contest
Prize Title Author
Prize Winner Is the Navy Ready for Conventional Arms Control? Rear Admiral James A. Winnefeld, USN (Ret.)
First Honorable Mention Dropping the Baton Captain Linton F. Brooks, USN
Second Honorable Mention Justifying the Cost of Seapower Commander Thomas Grassey, USNR-R
1988 General Prize (Arleigh Burke) Essay Contest
Prize Title Author
First Honorable Mention The Combat Officer and International Law Lieutenant Frederick A. Graf, USN

 
 

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