The annual Harry Diamond Fuzing Excellence Award recognizes an individual who has made the greatest overall contribution to the Fuze program during their lifetime. The achievements for which this award will be considered may relate to any of the many components that make up this highly diverse, complex, vital commodity, from R&D through demilitarization and disposal.
The award will encompass achievements during the nominee’s career and will be presented to the winner at the 65th annual NDIA Fuze Conference on May 10-12, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle’s Southport, Renton, WA. This competition is open to all individuals, regardless of grade or position, in the United States Fuze community. All military personnel, government civilians, and contractor employees are eligible.
All service munitions supervisors of headquarters, munitions plants, depots, laboratories, and proving grounds, are asked to seriously consider the contributions of their best qualified subordinates for this prestigious award.
Submit nominations no later than February 25, 2022, to Kirkland Dickson at kdickson@NDIA.org.