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2010 U.S. Naval Institute Robotics Essay Contest Sponsored By Northrop Grumman
Prize Title Author
First Prize How to Fight an Unmanned War Lieutenant James Drennan, U.S. Navy
Second Prize From Unique Needs to Modular Platforms: The Future of Military Robotics PJ Neal
Third Prize Our Own Worst Enemy: Institutional Inertias and the Internal Challenges of Embracing Robotics Nathan Hughes
Third Prize Mad, Mad Killer Robots Lieutenant Colonel David W. Szelowski, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve (Retired)
2009 U.S. Naval Institute Robotics Essay Contest Sponsored By Northrop Grumman
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