The award is presented at the awards assembly at the end of the academic year. The selection committee, chaired by the Director of the Industry Studies Program, views all oral presentations and reviews all executive summaries that have been nominated by the faculty leaders. Award criteria are based on the guidance contained in this Handbook and the standard of excellence reflected in the industry analysis. In general, the greatest weight is assigned to the written report.
The selected seminar's name and the year of award are engraved on the Antonelli Plaque, which is permanently displayed at the Industrial College.
Each Industry Study group's faculty will nominate the best paper from that group as a candidate for the AFIO Intelligence Scholarship Foundations Earl Forrest Lockwood Award. A panel of faculty judges will select the winning paper from the candidates nominated. This award includes a plaque and a set of books or a bond. The award will be announced at the ICAF Awards Ceremony in June.Lockwood Award 2007 : Mark S. Spillman The Asian Semiconductor Industry and it's Potential Impacts to U.S. National Security
The following are the recent awardees:
Colonel William W. Braley, U.S. Army
Commander Brian M. Goodwin, U.S. Navy
Survey of Business Forecasting and Inventory Management for Defense Logistics
Lieutenant Colonel David B. Chandler, U.S. Air Force
Specialty Metal Legislation: The Issue and the Cost
Commander William H. Suggs, U.S. Navy
The Next Generation Air Transportation System: Future Vehicle for America's Aviation Industry
Lieutenant Colonel Mark A. Vaitkus, U.S. Army
Ms. Helen Tierney, Department of the Army
Strategic Languages: Implications for Our National Security