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Photo 120229-N-PY562-006
120229-N-PY562-006 USA (Feb. 29, 2012) Assault Craft 5 (ACU 5) Commanding Officer Capt. Jon Panfield, USN, right, listens to Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's (NSWC PCD) Commanding Officer Capt. Scott Pratt, USN, during a site visit to the Panama City laboratory. NSWC PCD provides modernization and sustainment support to the Navy's Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) fleet.

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Photo 120307-N-AB302-007
120307-N-AB302-007 USA (Mar. 7, 2012) 120307-N-AB302-007.jpg: World War II WAVE and code talker Winnie Breegle speaks during the 2012 Women's History Month event hosted by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's Diversity Council on March 7, 2012 in Panama City, Fla. Photo by Jonathan Gibson, NSWC PCD.

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Photo 120307-N-AB302-013
120307-N-AB302-013 USA (Mar. 7, 2012) 120307-N-AB302-013.jpg: World War II WAVE and code talker Winnie Breegle holds her commemorative poster from the 2012 Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Women's History Month event. The event was held on March 7, 2012 in Panama City, Fla. Photographed with Breegle is (from left to right) NSWC PCD Commanding Officer Capt. Scott Pratt, USN, NSWC PCD Acting Technical Director David Tubridy, and Naval Support Activity-Panama City Commanding Officer Capt. Anthony Anglin, USN. Photo by Jonathan Gibson, NSWC PCD.

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Photo 120307-N-AB302-016
120307-N-AB302-016 USA (Mar. 7, 2012) 120307-N-AB302-016.jpg: World War II WAVE and code talker Winnie Breegle talks with Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Diversity Council member Leslie Lugo after the 2012 NSWC PCD Women's History Month event hosted by the Division's Diversity Council on March 7, 2012. Photo by Jonathan Gibson, NSWC PCD.

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Photo 120307-N-AB302-022
120307-N-AB302-022 USA (Mar. 7, 2012) 120307-N-AB302-022.jpg: World War II WAVE and code talker Winnie Breegle joins EODCS (EWS/SW/AW) Robbie Keefover Kurth, USN, (Ret.) after the 2012 Women's History Month event hosted by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's Diversity Council on March 7, 2012 in Panama City, Fla. Photo by Jonathan Gibson, NSWC PCD.

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Photo 120307-N-AB302-026
120307-N-AB302-026 USA (Mar. 7, 2012) 120307-N-AB302-026.jpg: World War II WAVE and code talker Winnie Breegle speaks to August Kuikendal, a senior at Arnold High School in Panama City, Fla., after the 2012 Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's Diversity Council event held on March 7, 2012. Kuikendal has joined the U.S. Navy and will begin boot camp in Great Lakes, Ill., in June 2012. Photo by Jonathan Gibson, NSWC PCD.

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Photo 120307-N-AB302-001
120307-N-AB302-001 USA (Mar. 7, 2012) 120307-N-AB302-001.jpg: World War II WAVE and Code Talker Ens. Winnie Breegle, USN, served on active duty from 1944-1949 as a cryptographer and code talker. Breegle served as the keynote speaker at the 2012 Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division's keynote speaker. Courtesy photo.

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Photo 120227-N-PY562-001
120227-N-PY562-001 USA (Feb. 27, 2012) 120227-N-PY562-001.jpg: NSWC PCD aerospace engineer and Tuskegee University graduate James Carter (Code X22) directs an unmanned system's direction by giving a command via a modified Xbox Kinect sensor. Carter is one of four team members who have created uniquely usable unmanned controllers using commercial, off-the-shelf systems like Xbox Kinect sensors, and Android tablets, for a new generation of U.S. Navy Sailors. Photo by Jacqui Barker, NSWC PCD Public Affairs.

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Photo 120227-N-PY562-012
120227-N-PY562-012 USA (Feb. 27, 2012) 120227-N-PY562-012.jpg: Using commercial, off-the-shelf technologies, NSWC PCD scientists and engineers created six standard movements to control an unmanned system. This technology was created to give Sailors a more usable option to multitask either ashore or afloat. Photo by Jacqui Barker, NSWC PCD Public Affairs.

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Photo 070112-N-PB086-060
070112-N-PB086-060 USA (Jan. 12, 2007) Sailors,and Naval Surface Warfare Center scientists and engineers recover a deployed Remote Minehunting System (RMS) during developmental testing of the Littoral Combat Ship's mine warfare mission module package on Jan. 7, 2012. The mine warfare mission module package developmental testing concluded on March 15, 2012.Photo by Ron Newsome, Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division.

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Photo 070112-N-PB086-073
070112-N-PB086-073 USA (Jan. 12, 2007) The Remote Minehunting System (RMS) and an AN/AQS-20 are brought onboard USS Independence (LCS 2) from the Gulf of Mexico waters on Jan. 7, 2012 during mine countermeasure mission module developmental testing. The two organic mine warfare capabilities were captured by a Twin Boom Extensible Crane (TBEC) onboard the littoral combat ship. Photo by Ron Newsome, Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division.

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Photo 240412-N-SF658-051
240412-N-SF658-051 USA (Apr. 12, 2024) Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) scientists and engineers successfully demonstrated the ability to maintain high bandwidth and continuous communication to offshore vehicles from April 23-27, 2012 in Panama City, Fla.

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Photo 120413-N-PY562-003
120413-N-PY562-003 USA (Apr. 13, 2012) 120413-N-PY562-003: Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) personnel from two departments supported the Naval Air Station Patuxent River Underwater UXO Survey and Quality Control Demonstration from April 8-13, 2012 for Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Washington. The NSWC PCD employees conducted UXO surveys in the Patuxent River and Chesapeake Bay. During this survey, the scientists and engineers used the Small Synthetic Aperture MineHunter (SSAM), Laser Scalar Gradiometer (LSG), and Hydronalix prototype Surf Sense unmanned systems. Other supporting commands included the Office of Naval Research, NAVAIR Ranges Sustainability Office - Atlantic Test Ranges, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and Maryland Department of Environment (MDE).

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Photo 120606-N-PB086-003
120606-N-PB086-003 USA (Jun. 6, 2012) U.S. Marines from Camp Pendleton, Calif., participate in a 13-week Habitability Simulation Test conducted at Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division.

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Photo 120606-N-PB086-015
120606-N-PB086-015 USA (Jun. 6, 2012) Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division human factors engineers and scientists monitor U.S. Marines, to include Program Manager-Advanced Amphibious Assault (PM-AAA) Col. Keith Moore, USMC, during motion simulation testing in NSWC PCD's Biodynamics Laboratory.

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Photo 120606-N-PB086-011
120606-N-PB086-011 USA (Jun. 6, 2012) U.S. Marines from Camp Pendelton, Calif., come out of the motion simulation platform on June 6, 2012 located in the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division Biodyanmics Laboratory. The Marines are taking part in a 13-week HST to understand the effects of motion on performance.

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