The Miller Award is presented to the Air University faculty or student who has researched, written, and published on the most immediately relevant and important Air Force counter-WMD or nuclear enterprise issue during the year. A call for submissions for all interested participants will take place in December 2013.
Previous individuals who have won the Miller Award include:
2013 Winner - CDR Christopher G. Bohner
"The Inadvertent Effect of Assurance on Nuclear Proliferation"
2012 Winner - Col Thomas G. Klopotek
"Loose Words, Not Nukes - The Impact of U.S. Nuclear Force Structure Debate on NATO Perceptions of Extended Deterrence"
2011 Winner - Lt Col Stephen G. Hoffman
"Bureaucracy vs. Bioterrorism: Countering a Globalized Threat"
2010 Winner - Lt Col David J. Baylor
"Considerations for U.S. Nuclear Force Structure Below a 1,000 Warhead Limit"
2009 Winner - Lt Col James C. Mercer
"Federal Response to a Domestic Nuclear Attack"
2008 Winner - Lt Col Joel T. Hanson
"Radiological Dispersal Device Primer: From a Terrorist's Perspective"
2007 Winner - Lt Col Fred P. Stone
"The "Worried Well" Response to CBRN Events: Analysis and Solutions"
2006 Winner - LTC (P) Richard A. Starkey
"Cruise Missile Threats to Our Homeland: Are We Ready?"
2005 Winner - Col Robert I. Miller
"The Impact of Quarantine on Military Operations"
2004 Winner - Lt Col James R. Ayers
"Crossroad of the Apocalypse: Al Qaeda's Pursuit and Possible Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction"
2003 Winner - Ms Dorothy L. Dubois
"Pointing the Finger: Unclassified Methods to Identify Covert Biological Warfare"
2002 Winner - Col Michael J. Ainscough
"Next Generation Bioweapons: Genetic Engineering and BW"