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Photo 131205-N-IC111-235
131205-N-IC111-235 USA (Dec. 5, 2013) 131205-N-IC111-235: ADC (AW) Alicia Winters and AWS2 (NAC/AW) Eric Rockwell prepare to release a ceremonial wreath into the St. Andrews Bay waters during Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremony Dec. 5, 2013 in Panama City, Fla. Photo by MC2 (SW/AW) Kevin Gray, USN.

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Photo 131205-N-IC111-240
131205-N-IC111-240 USA (Dec. 5, 2013) 131205-N-IC111-240: Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's PR1 (AW) Jaime Palacios-Jimenez, USN, stands by to ring the ceremonial bell during the 2013 Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremony Dec. 5, 2013 in Panama City, Fla. Photo by MC2 (SW/AW) Kevin Gray, USN.

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Photo 131205-N-IC111-257
131205-N-IC111-257 USA (Dec. 5, 2013) 131205-N-IC111-257: Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Sailors laid a wreath in St. Andrew Bay Dec. 5, 2013 to remember those who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941. Photo by MC2 (SW/AW) Kevin Gray, USN.

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Photo 131205-N-IC111-224
131205-N-IC111-224 USA (Dec. 5, 2013) 131205-N-IC111-224: Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Commanding Officer Capt. Phillip Dawson III, USN, holds the microphone for World War II and Pearl Harbor survivor Senior MSgt. James Giles as he read a newspaper editorial aloud regarding the attack on Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941. Giles was one of two World War II survivors who spoke during NSWC PCD's 2013 Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremony Dec. 5, 2013. Photo by MC2 (AW/SW) Kevin Gray, USN.

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Photo 131205-N-IC111-210
131205-N-IC111-210 USA (Dec. 5, 2013) 131205-N-IC111-210: Reverend Gene Hodges shares his experiences of World War II and the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 during the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's 2013 Pearl Harbor Ceremony held Dec. 5, 2013. Hodges is a Panama City, Fla., native who was 17 years old when he joined the U.S. Navy the day after the Pearl Harbor attack. Hodges was medically discharged from the Navy and later served in the Civil Air Patrol as a Chaplain for 28 years, to include 14 years at Tyndall Air Force Base. Photo by MC2 (SW/AW) Kevin Gray, USN.

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Photo 131205-N-IC111-097
131205-N-IC111-097 USA (Dec. 5, 2013) 131205-N-IC111-097: World War II clippings offered a glimpse back in time to remember and honor the attack on Pearl Harbor during at Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's 2013 Pearl Harbor Ceremony held Dec. 5, 2013. Photo by MC2 (SW/AW) Kevin Gray, USN.

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Photo 131205-N-IC111-040
131205-N-IC111-040 USA (Dec. 5, 2013) 131205-N-IC11-040: Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division Commanding Officer Capt. Phillip Dawson III, USN, escorts Doris Christina to the podium during today's Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremony. Christina's late husband William "Chris" Christina survived the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941. Photo by MC2 (SW/AW) Kevin Gray, USN.

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Photo 131104-M-ZW180-474
131104-M-ZW180-474 USA (Nov. 4, 2013) 131104-M-ZW180-474:Matt McBride, former Combat Support Systems, Assistant Program Manager-Engineering and Energy team member, accepted the Marine Corps Systems Command 2012 Commander's Excellence in MAGTF (Marine, Air, Ground Task Force) Engineering Award during an award ceremony held at Quantico, Va., Nov. 4, 2013. Courtesy Photo.

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Photo 130621-N-PY562-541
130621-N-PY562-541 USA (Jun. 21, 2013) With his Operation Dawn Blitz 2013 mission complete, U.S. Navy Cmdr. Kevin Oakes, prepares to land his aircraft and turn it over to over to the next crew. Quick turnarounds and hot refueling maximize operational tow time during mine warfare missions. (Photo by Lt.j.g. Richard Curry, HM-14.)

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Photo 130621-N-PY562-572
130621-N-PY562-572 USA (Jun. 21, 2013) RELEASED: U.S. Navy Cmdr. Kevin Oakes, prepares to fly Airborne Mine Countermeasure (AMCM) missions with HM-14 in support of Operation Dawn Blitz 2013 June 21, 2013. Oakes also serves the U.S. Navy as a federal civil servant and Tactics Branch Head within the Science, Technology, Analysis and Simulation Department at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD). (Photo by Lt.j.g. Richard Curry, HM-14).

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Photo 080421-N-SF568-001
080421-N-SF568-001 USA (Apr. 21, 2008) U.S. Navy Cmdr. Kevin Oakes, USNR, stands in front of a MH-53E on the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) flightline April 21, 2008. Oakes is a U.S. Naval Reserve MH-53E pilot and a branch head at NSWC PCD. (Photo by Dave Sussman).

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Photo 130507-N-PY562-001
130507-N-PY562-001 USA (May. 7, 2013) Canadian scientist John Horne uses pole mounted high frequency transducers to compare and contrast vertical and horizontal variability in fish and macrozooplankton densities during day and night on the TREX 2013 reverberation track. TREX 2013 is a Target Reverberation Experiment conducted off the coast of Panama City, Fla., and is hosted by Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD). Photo by Clinton Iles (RELEASED).

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Photo 130507-N-PY562-002
130507-N-PY562-002 USA (May. 7, 2013) Canadian research vessel (R/V) Quest (CFAV), a medium sized charter boat conducts at-sea personnel transfers May 7, 2013 from Panama City Beach, Fla., to on-station research sites during the 2013 Target Reverberation Experiment (TREX) also referred to as GULFEX. TREX is a multi-country, acoustic scattering experiment in the Gulf of Mexico waters on April 10, 2013 and is ongoing until June 2013. TREX is an Office of Naval Research (ONR) experiment hosted by Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD). The red rhib is R/V Sharp work boat from the University of Delaware. The rhib handles most of the ship to ship transfer occuring during a typical day of operation. Photo by Ben Brand. (RELEASED)

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Photo 130422-N-PY562-001
130422-N-PY562-001 USA (Apr. 22, 2013) A vertical line array (VLA) is deployed from the research vessel F.G. Walton Smith during the 2013 Target Reverberation Experiment or TREX April 22, 2013 conducted off the coast of Panama City, Fla. The multi-national experiment includes scientists from Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division, to include (from left to right) Jessica Haig, Arianna Johns, Pam Scott, Dave Ensberg, Dennis Ilias, Clint Iles and Jeff Skinner who conduct the vertical line array deployments along with, in view, the sub-surface package with batteries and electronics (suspended), the sub-surface torpedo float, and the surface communications buoy. The vertical line array was developed at the University California Sand Diego (UCSD) Marine Physical Laboratory and consists of 32 hydrophones in a vertical line, a sub-sea recording package with batteries and recording electronics, and a surface buoy that provides communication with the research ship. The VLA can record from the 32 hydrophones continuously for eight days. Radio communication with the ship provides for command and status information as well as the remote transfer of recorded acoustic data files. Photo by Clint Iles, NSWC PCD (RELEASED)

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Photo 130321-N-CM547-014
130321-N-CM547-014 USA (Mar. 21, 2013) 130321-N-CM547-014: Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City (NSWC PCD) Buffalo Systems Deputy Project Engineer Steven (Tate) Carow shows the location of the Rear-Door Assist (RDA) mechanism. The RDA is a modified commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hydraulic cylinder that pushes and holds open the rear door aboard the U.S. Marine Corps Buffalo Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle. The MRAP's rear door normally requires a manual effort to open. The RDA mechanism is an upgrade designed to assist opening the vehicle's door in situations like a roll-over, if the vehicle has to park on uneven terrain or if environmental heat affects the door's frame. (Photo by Dan Broadstreet/Released)

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Photo 130321-N-CM547-013
130321-N-CM547-013 USA (Mar. 21, 2013) 130321-N-CM547-013: Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City (NSWC PCD) Buffalo Systems Deputy Project Engineer Steven (Tate) Carow sits near the Rear-Door Assist (RDA) mechanism. The RDA is an upgrade developed to push and hold open the rear door aboard the U.S. Marine Corps Buffalo Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle. For Carow and his team completion of this particular capability insertion helps to fulfill a critical requirement to improve crew survivability. The design uses a ruggedized motor controller, which activates a linear actuator and hydraulic cylinder. (Photo by Dan Broadstreet/Released)

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