Essay Contest Archives

2016 International Navies Essay Contest Sponsored by Leonardo Finmeccanica
Prize Title Author
First Prize Navies Must Develop a Multinational Mind-Set Steven Paget, Ph.D.
2016 General Prize Essay Contest Funded by Andrew and Barbara Taylor & the Crawford Taylor Foundation
Prize Title Author
First Prize Embracing the Dark Battle Lieutenant (jg) Daniel Stefanus, USN
Second Prize Act on Commander's Intent Captain Dale C. Rielage, USN
Third Prize Hard to Lee: New Naval Priorities for a Multipolar World Commander Benjamin "BJ" Armstrong, USN
2016 Leadership Essay Contest: A U.S. Naval Institute Program in Partnership with Dr. J. Phillip London and CACI International
Prize Title Author
First Prize Invest in Initiative Lieutenant John F. Tanalega, U.S. Navy
Second Prize Integrity Is Not Binary Lieutenant William Spears, U.S. Navy
Third Prize Good Ideas Have No Rank Lieutenant Owen E. Brooks, U.S. Navy
2016 Fall Enlisted Prize Essay Contest Sponsored with Textron Systems
Prize Title Author
First Prize Never Above, Always Beside Sergeant Daniel M. Glisson, U.S. Marine Corps
Second Prize Tapping the Power of the Chiefs Fleet Master Chief Paul Kingsbury, U.S. Navy
Third Prize Silence Kills Master-at-Arms Second Class Jessica Smedley, U.S. Navy
2016 Coast Guard Essay Contest Sponsored with Huntington Ingalls Industries
Prize Title Author
First Prize White Hulls Must Prepare for Gray Zone Challenges Lieutenant Commander Craig Allen Jr., U.S. Coast Guard
Second Prize Indispensability Is Not Enough Lieutenant Commander Kevin Duffy, U.S. Coast Guard
Third Prize All Hands on Deck Lieutenant Commander Sean Plankey, U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, Gregory Bernstein, and Reilly Stephens
2016 Naval History Essay Contest Sponsored by The William M. Wood Foundation
Prize Title Author
First Prize Forgotten Pioneers Lieutenant Andrea N. Goldstein, USNR
Second Prize Lenah Sutcliffe Higbee: Navy Nurse Corps Pioneer Lieutenant Benjamin Drew, MC, USN
Third Prize Remembering Ms. Aggie Lieutenant Joshua N. Duran, USN
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
2016 Cyber Essay Contest sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Prize Title Author
First Prize To Rule the Ether... James L. Young Jr.

 
 

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