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2018 CNO Naval History Essay Contest Sponsored with General Dynamics
Prize Title Author
2017 CNO Naval History Essay Contest Sponsored with General Dynamics
Prize Title Author
First Prize -- Professional Historian Category Recapturing the Interwar Navy's Strategic Magic Lieutenant Commander Joel Holwitt, U.S. Navy
Second Prize -- Professional Historian Category Guadalcanal Proved Experimentation Works Trent Hone
Third Prize -- Professional Historian Category Sea Power Goes Celluloid: Lessons from Interwar-Era Naval Publicity Dr. Ryan Wadle
First Prize -- Rising Historian Category There Are No Benign Operations Lieutenant John Miller, U.S. Navy
Second Prize -- Rising Historian Category The United States Needs Mobile Afloat Basing Lieutenant Colonel James W. Hammond III, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
Third Prize -- Rising Historian Category Of Suns and Dragons Lieutenant (junior grade) Daniel Stefanus, U.S. Navy

 
 

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