Professional Historian Essay Contest Winners
1st Prize: Anti-access for Sea Control: The British Mining Campaign against Germany in the First World War, Rear Admiral James Goldrick, RAN (Ret.).
2nd Prize: High Velocity Outcomes: People, Not Process, Lieutenant Commander Joel Holwitt, Ph.D., USN*
3rd Prize: Sea Power in Great Power Competition: Britain Wins the First Global War, Francis (Frank) Hoffman, Ph.D.
Rising Historian Essay Contest Winners
1st Prize: Fly to Fight, Fight to Win: Applying the Lessons Learned from Navy Helicopter Gunships in Vietnam to Expeditionary Rotary-Wing Naval Aviation Today, Lieutenant Robert E. Swain III, USN
2nd Prize: ASW—Will We Ever Learn?, Vice Admiral James R. Fitzgerald, USN (Ret.) and Rear Admiral Richard F. Pittenger, USN (Ret.)
3rd Prize: Achieving Dominance in the Cyber Domain: Lessons from Rickover’s Development of the Nuclear Navy, Lieutenant G. Creigh Greensmith, USN