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Don’t Give Up the (Friend)Ship!

By Lieutenant Julie Roland, U.S. Navy
August 2022
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION ESSAY CONTEST—THIRD PRIZE SPONSORED, BY RAYTHEON TECHNOLOGIES. Leaders should encourage their sailors to socialize together to promote inclusion and unit cohesion.
Marines

The Atrophy of Mission Command

By Captains Rob Peters and Benjamin Miller, U.S. Navy, and Lieutenant Colonel Brian Hanrahan, U.S. Army
August 2022
The joint force is not prepared to win a peer conflict in a communication-denied environment. A cultural revolution is required to bring back mission command.
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Mothers Deserve Better from the Navy

By Ensign Victoria Cavazos, U.S. Navy
August 2022
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION ESSAY CONTEST—SECOND PRIZE SPONSORED, BY RAYTHEON TECHNOLOGIES. The marginalization of motherhood in the Sea Services is draining some of its best talent.

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