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  • Cristopher Ricario, an intern at the Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality Lab at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SPAWAR), demonstrates a mixed reality program to reporters during a media day. SPAWAR invited news reporters and family members of employees to see what top researchers, scientists and engineers are creating for today's Navy and fleet of the future during an open house June 5 - 6 celebrating 75 years of service.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Antonio P. Turretto Ramos (Released)  150605-N-DC018-090
  • Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Byron Hewitt, assigned to Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit 5, shows Michelle Ferreira, from Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), how to take a body fat reading with an electronic body fat monitor. SPAWAR hosted its second annual Health and Wellness Fair inside the Miller Commons auditorium on the SPAWAR Old Town campus. Attendees were able to interact with more than a dozen stations that included presentations on nutrition, healthy life choices, sleep hygiene, fitness and many more. Subject matter experts from several commands and the health industry provided information about their area of expertise.  U.S. Navy photo by Krishna Jackson (Released)  150623-N-RP435-117
  • Belinda Rodriguez, Defense Commissary Agency, Naval Base San Diego, gives free samples to attendees during the Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) second annual Health and Wellness Fair inside the Miller Commons auditorium on the SPAWAR Old Town campus.  Attendees were able to interact with more than a dozen stations that included presentations on nutrition, healthy life choices, sleep hygiene, fitness and many more. Subject matter experts from several commands and the health industry provided information about their area of expertise.  U.S. Navy photo by Krishna Jackson (Released)  150623-N-RP435-019
  • Capt. Gisele Bonitz addresses More than 2,000 girl scouts, their families, and U.S. military members attending Operation Thin Mint-Sendoff aboard the USS Midway Museum. Since 2002 Operation Thin Mint has sent Girl Scout cookies and letters to deployed U.S. service members overseas, this year celebrates the 2.5 millionth box distributed.  Bonitz, Executive Officer for Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), expressed the Navy's gratitude for the scouts' continuous support over the years.   U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Joy M. Kirch-Kelling/Release)  150502-N-LX503-013

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