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Photo 110713-N-UN340-037
110713-N-UN340-037 SAN DIEGO (July 13, 2011) Students from China's Harbin Engineering University perform in-water checks on their autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) during the 14th annual International RoboSub Competition at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific. The contest, co-sponsored by the U.S. Office of Naval Research and the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), challenges teams of student engineers to design AUVs to perform realistic missions in a simulated ocean environment. (U.S. Navy photo by Rick Naystatt/Released)

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Photo 110616-N-PO203-113
110616-N-PO203-113 ALEXANDRIA, Va. (June 16, 2011) Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead, left, and Rear Adm. Nevin Carr, Chief of Naval Research, observe a commercially available drone while touring the exhibit portion of the Office of Naval Research-hosted Naval Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Forum. The drone is just one example used by the Space Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) to teach how technology is used in the real world. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released)

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Photo 110615-N-UN340-035
110615-N-UN340-035 SAN DIEGO (June 15, 2011) Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) reserve component officer Capt. Dan Gruta, right, and New Zealand army Maj. Colin Huston operate the Ectocryp Black Secure Voice Gateway, version 3.29, during Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID) 2011 at SPAWAR Systems Center, Pacific. CWID is an annual exercise that focuses on technology discovery, risk reduction, and interoperability. The exercise enables NATO and coalition partners to assess cutting-edge information technology under exercise conditions based on real-world-inspired warfighter and Homeland Security/Homeland Defense scenarios. (U.S. Navy photo by Rick Naystatt/Released)

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Photo 110420-N-UN340-006
110420-N-UN340-006 SAN DIEGO (April 20, 2011) Ryan Haldi, Director of Export Access, describes the contributions of Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) to the San Diego economy at a press conference hosted by the San Diego Military Council. (U.S. Navy photo by Rick Naystatt/Released)

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Photo 110210-N-5972N-017
110210-N-5972N-017 SAN DIEGO (Feb. 10, 2011) Students from local San Diego high schools tour the model range at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific for Information Technology (IT) shadow day. IT shadow day is designed to provide high school students a unique opportunity to observe the federal IT workforce, shadow an IT professional and pursue a career in the IT field. (U.S. Navy photo by Rick Naystatt/Released)

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Photo 070927-N-8878B-010
070927-N-8878B-010 SAN DIEGO (Sept. 27,2007) - Commander of Space and Naval Warfare System Command (SPAWAR), Rear Adm. Michael C. Bachmann gives a speech about the history of the command during the 10th anniversary ceremony of SPAWAR. SPAWAR is one of the Navy's five acquisition commands with approximately 7,500 civilian, military and contract personnel. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Michael C. Barton (RELEASED)

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Photo 070712-N-9758L-058
070712-N-9758L-058 PEARL CITY, Hawaii (July 12, 2007) Matt Inaki, computer network defender coach/trainer of SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego, shows how to monitor the activity of a network to Air Force Staff Sgt. Daryl Graham and Information Systems Technician 1st Class Martin MacLorrain during a cyber war training course at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center. The course is designed to improve how military members would act in a real-life cyber war environment by defending the networks with sweeps and scans of the system as well as responding to intrusions, such as viruses and probes. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael A. Lantron (RELEASED)

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Photo 070214-N-0879R-001
070214-N-0879R-001 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Feb. 14, 2007) - Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Frederick Marshall, assigned to guided missile destroyer USS Hopper (DDG 70), gets hands-on information technology (IT) training. During a two-week period in February, five members of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) provided IT training for Sailors stationed on board Pearl Harbor-based ships and submarines. The refresher training provided by the Navy reservists of SPAWAR ensures mission readiness for the Sailors who are responsible for operating and maintaining communications equipment within their respective operations departments. U.S. photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist David Rush (RELEASED)

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Photo 070131-N-1226D-072
070131-N-1226D-072 San Diego (Jan. 31, 2007) - Dr. Dov S. Zakheim, former Under Secretary of Defense (Controller) and Chief Financial Officer for the Department of Defense speaks with Vice Adm. John G. Morgan, deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information, Plans and Strategy, and Rear Adm. Michael C. Bachman, commander of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems (SPAWAR) Command, during a question and answer luncheon at the San Diego Convention Center during West 2007. West 2007 is the largest event on the West Coast for communications, information systems, shipbuilding and more. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Omar Alexander Dominquez (RELEASED)

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061214-N-0696M-062 New Orleans, La. (Dec. 14, 2006) - Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen receives a tour from Mr. Dwayne Green, Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Director of Information Technology Operations (SPAWAR) in New Orleans. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chad J. McNeeley (RELEASED)

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061011-N-3901L-061 San Diego (Oct. 11, 2006) - Ana Marie Cazares, principal of Ceasar Chavez Elementary School, speaks to Sailors and employees of Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) during a Hispanic American Heritage luncheon at Naval Station San Diego. Every year the U.S. Navy recognizes the contributions of Hispanic Americans starting September 15 through October 15. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Sean P. Lenahan (RELEASED)

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060805-N-5831F-001 San Diego (Aug. 5, 2006) - Navy Diver 1st Class Ben Moore assigned to Space and Naval Warfare Systems (SPAWAR) San Diego retrieves an autonomous underwater vehicle after its first trial run, during the 9th annual Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Competition at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Leticia Fritzsche (RELEASED)

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Photo 060612-N-9102N-003
060612-N-9102N-003 San Diego (June 12, 2006) - Sailors aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) test systems in the Joint Operations Center in preparation for Trident Warrior 2006 (TW-06). TW-06 is the primary Forcenet Sea Trial exercise, co-sponsored by Naval Network Warfare Command and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command. It exploits advanced technology concepts to provide the war fighter with information superiority over an adversary to give superior decision-making and execution capability for success in the battle space. U.S. Navy photo by Intelligence Specialist 1st Class Daryl Nicholson (RELEASED)

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050218-N-0401E-001 Manama, Bahrain (Feb. 18, 2005) - Commander, Naval Forces Kazakhstan, Rear Adm. Komratov Ratmir Alimkhanovitch, is introduced to the MK-6 Marine Mammal System (MMS) during a visit to U.S. 5th Fleet in Manama, Bahrain. The MK-6 Marine Mammal System (MMS), from Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego, is currently on its longest combat deployment in history, providing valuable protection to Navy assets in the region. The Navy uses dolphins and sea lions to find and mark the location of underwater object and detect possible hostile swimmers. Rear Adm. Alimkhanovitch also met with Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/Commander, U.S. 5th Fleet Vice Adm. David Nichols and members of the 5th Fleet staff, toured 5th Fleet and Naval Support Activity, Bahrain spaces and visited USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) during the visit. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Wes Eplen (RELEASED)

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030213-N-3783H-009 Central Command Area of Responsibility (Feb. 13, 2003) -- Zak, a 375-pound California sea lion, gets a physical from a U.S. Army veterinarian and a distracting snack from his trainer. Zak is participating in the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Centers Shallow Water Intruder Detection System (SWIDS) program. Zak is trained to locate swimmers and other small-sized objects considered suspicious near piers and ships which may pose a threat to military forces in the area. The SWIDS program has been deployed as part of the continued effort to support missions under Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy Photograph by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Bob Houlihan. (RELEASED)

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Photo 030212-N-3783H-008
030212-N-3783H-008 Central Command Area of Responsibility (Feb. 12, 2003) -- A Sea Lion trainer from Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR), San Diego, works on hand signal commands with Zak, a 375-pound California sea lion during a harbor patrol training swim mission. Zak is participating in the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Centers, Shallow Water Intruder Detection System (SWIDS) program. Zak has been trained to locate swimmers near piers, ships, and other objects in the water considered suspicious and a possible threat to military forces in the area. SWIDS program has been deployed as part of the continued effort to support missions under Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy Photograph by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Bob Houlihan. (RELEASED)

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