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  • Jordana Lewis Jaffe, a member of the writing staff for NCIS: Los Angeles, tries on a blast helmet after meeting with Navy technicians from Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Eleven for a technology demonstration on the back lot at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, Wednesday, Nov. 4. The meeting was coordinated by the Navy Office of Information West (NAVINFOWEST), which provides production assistance to entertainment industry professionals and helps them become more familiar with the Navy's wide array of technologies and professional communities.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Christopher Okula (Released)  151104-N-HP195-043
  • Shane Brennan, left, attempts to gauge the thickness of the Kevlar blast suit as worn by R. Scott Gemmill, both of whom work on the writing staff for NCIS: Los Angeles. Show writers and producers met with Navy technicians from Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Eleven for a technology demonstration on the back lot at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, Wednesday, Nov. 4. The meeting was coordinated by the Navy Office of Information West (NAVINFOWEST), which provides production assistance to entertainment industry professionals and helps them become more familiar with the Navy's wide array of technologies and professional communities.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Christopher Okula (Released)  151104-N-HP195-042
  • Lt. Joe Swindel, public affairs officer at Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VRC) 30, describes the landing mechanism of the Grumman C-2A "Greyhound" cargo plane to Eric Rechsteiner, an NBC television programming executive. Rechsteiner and other members of the entertainment industry visited the VRC-30 as part of the Navy Office of Information West's Hollywood to the Navy tour, an effort to introduce entertainment professionals to the Navy's assets, capabilities and people.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Bill Steele (Released)  140111-N-ZZ999-004
  • Lt. Jeremy Cappalo, a flight instructor at Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 3, explains the capabilities of a MH-60S Sea Hawk to participants of the Navy Office of Information West's "Hollywood to the Navy" (HTTN) program.  HTTN works to familiarize entertainment industry professionals with the Navy's assets, capabilities and highly-trained personnel.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Joshua R. Nistas (Released)  140725-N-QU233-056
  • Lee Zimmerman, right, Communication and Networks Department Head of the Transducer Evaluation Center (TRANSDEC), explain future communication technology to participants of the Hollywood to the Navy program on Point Loma, Calif.  The program is run by the Navy Office of Information West and offers tours of U.S. Navy facilities to members of the Hollywood entertainment industry.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Joshua R. Nistas (Released  140724-N-QU233-048
  • Lee Zimmerman, left, Communication and Networks Department Head of the Transducer Evaluation Center (TRANSDEC), explain future communication technology to participants of the Hollywood to the Navy program on Point Loma, Calif.  The program is run by the Navy Office of Information West and offers tours of U.S. Navy facilities to members of the Hollywood entertainment industry.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Joshua R. Nistas (Released)  140724-N-QU233-039
  • U.S. Navy Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman (HMCS) Scott Lifton, a native of Trinity, N.C., discusses combat casualty care to Sharon Watson, left, Lindsay Sturman aboard the Tarawa -class amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu July 13. Watson and Sturman, who are developing a new television project about the Navy, were part of the Navy Office of Information West's Hollywood to the Navy tour, an effort to introduce industry professionals to the Navy's assets, capabilities and people. Nearly a dozen other Hollywood television and film writers, actors, producers, and agents joined them on the tour.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Bill Steele (Released)  130713-N-5040S-001
  • Sonar Technician (Submarine) 3rd Class Eric Doiley describes operations aboard the Los Angeles-class submarine USS Jefferson City (SSN 759) to Sarah Watson, Tony Lund, Rebecca Eddy, and Brandon Fibbs during a Hollywood To The Navy tour. The tour, hosted by the Navy Office of Information-West, brings professionals from the film, television, and documentary production industries to San Diego bases where they are exposed to Sailors, officers, and the most modern equipment.  U.S. Navy photo by Lt. j.g. Robert J. Page)  120519-N-TW859-021

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