LENR Essay Wins U.S Naval Institute Award

Thanks to E48 for uncovering an interesting tweet by Lewis Larsen:

The United States Naval Institute sponsors an annual essay contest on The Emerging & Disruptive Technologies.

The winners are announced here:

https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2018-04/ceo-notes-come-our-annual-meeting

First Prize: “An Ace for All Seasons: As Third Offset Technologies Mature, Aspiring Naval Aviators Need to Be Ready to Lead Autonomous Systems into Battle”

By Lieutenant (j.g.) Mark Jbeily, U.S. Navy

Second Prize: “Low Energy Nuclear Reactions: A Potential New Source of Energy to Facilitate Emergent/Disruptive Technologies”

By Michael Ravnitzky

Third Prize: “Artificial Intelligence for Distributed Lethality”

By Lieutenant Commander Jacob Wilson, U.S. Navy

The NAVSEA (Naval Sea Systems Command) Facebook page has a picture of Michael Ravnitzky receiving the award.

So far I have been unable to find a copy of the essay, but the tweet above says it will be posted at some point in the future.

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