$2,500 PRIZE for
NDIA San Diego’s
Do you know a San Diego based active duty or civil service person who excelled through technology innovation or in-service engineering in supporting the Navy or Coast Guard Fleet, or Fleet Marine Forces?
Intended for mid-level technical personnel directly supporting the fleet, the award(s) will be given in two categories.
• Technology Innovation Award for the best application of a technology-based solution to a problem facing operating forces
The A. Bryan Lasswell Awards will be presented in conjunction with the 2020 NDIA Fall Conference.
In 1942, Marine Corps Major A. Bryan Lasswell, was a cryptologist stationed at Pearl Harbor. He worked day and night to decipher radio traffic of the Japanese Navy, helping to trigger the American victory at Midway Island.
He was innovative, believed in excellence, and worked tenaciously to get the job done. Innovation, excellence, and tenacity are the hallmarks of this award.
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When and How?
The A.Bryan Lasswell Story