Entries closing soon in the essay contest
If you haven’t yet begun pounding out the electrons, you are not too late, but the window closes soon in the essay contest.
If you haven’t yet begun pounding out the electrons, you are not too late, but the window closes soon in the essay contest. The question, for those arriving late, is What is the single most important thing the U.S. military should do to adjust to the emerging realities of the Information Age?
Keep it to under 750 words. And, please, no footnotes! Send to e-mail address over on the upper right under the ugly drawing of me.
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