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  • Capt. Jay Kadowaki, commanding officer of Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division, delivers the keynote address during the commencement ceremony at the Bourns College of Engineering at the University of California Riverside. Kadowaki reflected on the education partnership agreement signed last October between the two institutions providing students at the University of California Riverside with an opportunity to develop an interest in real-world technical applications required by the U.S. Navy and provide the school access to state-of-the-art technology. The partnership will help the Navy recruit the next generation of scientists and engineers.  U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko (Released)  110613-N-HW977-396
  • Capt. Jay Kadowaki, commanding officer of Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division, places flags at the grave of his uncle, U.S. Army Spc. Robert Kadowaki, who served during the Vietnam War, before speaking at the 32nd annual Memorial Day observance at Riverside National Cemetery. Kadowaki reflected on the cost of freedom and the ultimate sacrifice paid by those driven to serve by love of country and sense of duty.  U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko (Released)  110530-N-HW977-025
  • Naval officers from Australia and Japan listen during the 2011 International Standard Missile Users Group conference. The conference was hosted by Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division and brought representatives of international navies together to increase cooperation and improve capabilities.  U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko (Released)  110524-N-HW977-073
  • Daniel King, Microwave/Electro-Optic (MS32) electronics engineer at Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division, prepares alignment of various optical components using eye-safe visible lasers. Under the Navy Metrology Research and Development Program, NSWC Corona's E-O Group has developed and patented two calibration standards for support of laser designator and rangefinder test sets. The laser transmitter supports standards keeps ordnance on target and reduces the cost of maintenance for the fleet.  U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko (Released)  110519-N-HW977-022
  • Capt. Jay Kadowaki, center, commanding officer of Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division, describes civilian U.S. Navy career opportunities to a River Springs Charter School student, as Public Affairs Officer Troy Clarke looks on during the sixth annual Riverside College and Career Fair. An estimated 6,000 high school students attended the event to identify and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.  U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko (Released)  101004-N-8863V-198
  • Capt. Jay Kadowaki, left, commanding officer of Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division, gets a close-up look at Corona Fire Department Ladder Truck 7 with Corona Fire Department Engineer and Paramedic Ryan Rolston before giving a keynote speech at Good Morning Corona's Salute to the Military. Kadowaki spoke about NSWC Corona's history and development as the Navy's independent assessment agent and how its unique technical expertise serves all armed services in the Department of Defense.  U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko (Released)  110526-N-HW977-044
  • Eighth grade students from Mira Loma Middle School use a ground tracking system during the 11th annual Science and Technology Education Partnership (STEP) Conference. The event, sponsored by the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division, introduced more than 3,000 Inland Empire fourth through eighth grade students to career opportunities in science and engineering.  U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko (Released)  101013-N-8863V-522
  • Eloise McArther, left, an engineer at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division, pushes a Victoria Elementary School fifth grade student on a hovercraft made from a pair of leaf blowers during 11th annual Science and Technology Education Partnership (STEP) Conference. The event introduced more than 3,000 Inland Empire fourth through eighth grade students to career opportunities in science and engineering and is part of NSWC Corona's continuing commitment to inspiring the next generation of scientists and engineers.  U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko (Released)  101013-N-8863V-569

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