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DENMARK (June 11, 2019) Norwegian Naval EOD Commando conducts exercises in Denmark during Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2019. BALTOPS is the premier annual maritime-focused exercise in the Baltic Region, marking the 47th year of one of the largest exercises in Northern Europe enhancing flexibility and interoperability among allied and partner nations. (Photo courtesy of Jakob stheim / Norwegian armed forces/Released)
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. (May 21, 2019) An explosive ordnance disposal  technician assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 6 shows a visitor to Miller Field in Staten Island how to operate a SUG-V bomb disposal robot during Fleet Week New York. Fleet Week New York, now in its 31st year, is the city's time-honored celebration of the sea services. It is an unparalleled opportunity for the citizens of New York and the surrounding tri-state area to meet Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen, as well as witness firsthand the latest capabilities of today's maritime services. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jeff Atherton/Released)
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NEW YORK (May 21, 2019) A Sailor from Explosive Ordnance Group 2 shows a child how to operate an explosive ordnance disposal robot during an aviation demonstration at Miller Field in Staten Island. Fleet Week New York, now in its 31st year, is the city's time-honored celebration of the sea services. It is an unparalled opportunity for the citizens of New York and the surrounding tri-state area to meet Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen, as well as witness firsthand the latest capabilities of today's maritime services. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Marlan Sawyer/Released)
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BREMERTON, Washington (April 1, 2019) A prototype hull-climbing robot conducts a test survey of the hull of the Seawolf-class attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN 22) in a dry dock at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS & IMF). The hull climber robot is the result of a partnership between PSNS & IMF and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport that sought to design a system able to provide a faster, safer and more cost-effective method of completing required hull inspections on U.S. Navy submarines.  (U.S. Navy photo by Jeb Fach/Released)
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BREMERTON, Washington (April 1, 2019) Chris Stone, an engineering technician at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS & IMF), and Tyler Paine, an engineer at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division, Keyport, prepare the prototype hull-climber robot they designed for its first practical test on a submarine, the Seawolf-class attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN 22), currently in dry dock at PSNS & IMF for a maintenance availability.  The hull climber robot is the result of a partnership between PSNS & IMF and the NUWC Division, Keyport that sought to design a system able to provide a faster, safer and more cost-effective method of completing required hull inspections on U.S. Navy submarines.  (U.S. Navy photo by Jeb Fach/Released)
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BREMERTON, Washington (April 1, 2019) A prototype hull-climbing robot conducts its first test on an actual vessel, the Seawolf-class attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN 22), in dry dock at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS & IMF).  The hull climber robot is the result of a partnership between PSNS & IMF and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport, that sought to design a system able to provide a faster, safer and more cost-effective method of completing required hull inspections on U.S. Navy submarines.  (U.S. Navy photo by Jeb Fach/Released)
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SANTA RITA, Guam (May 7, 2019) Intelligence Specialist 1st Class Travis Rhoney, left, and Electronics Technician 3rd Class Michael Lemay,  both assigned to Coastal Riverine Squadron (CRS) 2, conduct a system check of an RQ-20B Puma unmanned aerial system in front of Republic of Palau Vice President Raynold B. Oilouch and his delegation during Oilouch's visit to U.S. Naval Base Guam. CRS-2 is assigned to Costal Riverine Group 1, Detachment Guam, and is capable of conducting maritime security operations across the full spectrum of naval, joint and combined operations. Further, it provides additional capabilities of port security, embarked security, and theater security cooperation around the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kelsey L. Adamsl/Released)
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SANTA RITA, Guam (May 7, 2019) Intelligence Specialist 1st Class Travis Rhoney, right, and Electronics Technician 3rd Class Michael Lemay,  both assigned to Coastal Riverine Squadron (CRS) 2, conduct a system check of an RQ-20B Puma unmanned aerial system in preparation for a visit by Republic of Palau Vice President Raynold B. Oilouch and his delegation during Oilouch's visit to U.S. Naval Base Guam.  CRS-2 is assigned to Costal Riverine Group 1, Detachment Guam, and is capable of conducting maritime security operations across the full spectrum of naval, joint and combined operations. Further, it provides additional capabilities of port security, embarked security, and theater security cooperation around the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kelsey L. Adamsl/Released)
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SANTA RITA, Guam (May 7, 2019) Intelligence Specialist 1st Class Travis Rhoney, right, and Electronics Technician 3rd Class Michael Lemay, both assigned to Coastal Riverine Squadron (CRS) 2, assemble an RQ-20B Puma unmanned aerial system in preparation for a visit by Republic of Palau Vice President Raynold B. Oilouch and his delegation during Oilouch's visit to U.S. Naval Base Guam.  CRS-2 is assigned to Costal Riverine Group 1, Detachment Guam, and is capable of conducting maritime security operations across the full spectrum of naval, joint and combined operations. Further, it provides additional capabilities of port security, embarked security, and theater security cooperation around the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kelsey L. Adamsl/Released)
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SAN DIEGO (Oct. 18, 2018) Sea Hunter, an entirely new class of unmanned sea surface vehicle developed in partnership between the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), recently completed an autonomous sail from San Diego to Hawaii and back-the first ship ever to do so autonomously. Sea Hunter is part of ONR's Medium Displacement Unmanned Surface Vehicle (MDUSV) project. (U.S. Navy photo)
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GREAT LAKES, Ill. (April 6, 2019) Competitors in the 2019 Navy Great Lakes SeaPerch competition operate an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) at the USS Indianapolis Combat Training Pool at Recruit Training Command. The SeaPerch program provides students with the opportunity to learn about science; technology; engineering and mathematics (STEM) while building an underwater ROV as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum. More than 35,000 recruits train annually at the Navy's only boot camp. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Spencer Fling/Released)
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GREAT LAKES, Ill. (April 6, 2019) A competitor in the 2019 Navy Great Lakes SeaPerch competition removes an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) from  the USS Indianapolis Combat Training Pool at Recruit Training Command. The SeaPerch program provides students with the opportunity to learn about science; technology; engineering and mathematics (STEM) while building an underwater ROV as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum. More than 35,000 recruits train annually at the Navy's only boot camp. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Spencer Fling/Released)
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GREAT LAKES, Ill. (April 6, 2019) Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Thomas Torrez reviews the build of an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) with a group of competitors in the 2019 Navy Great Lakes SeaPerch competition at Recruit Training Command. The SeaPerch program provides students with the opportunity to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) while building an underwater ROV as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum.  More than 35,000 recruits train annually at the Navy's only boot camp. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Spencer Fling/Released)
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MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. (April 6, 2019) Sailors assigned to Navy Recruiting District (NRD) St. Louis monitor submersible robots in the pool during the USS St. Louis (LCS 19) SeaPerch Competition at Pattonville High School in Maryland Heights, Mo., April 6, 2019. SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program and one of the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, which allows students to build and operate remote-controlled submersibles through various obstacle courses. NRD St. Louis' area of responsibility covers more than 200,000 square miles, encompassing Missouri, Kansas, central and southern Illinois, and a portion of Kentucky. More than 200 officers, enlisted personnel and civilian staff operate 30 recruiting stations, two Navy Officer Recruiting Stations and the headquarters in St. Louis. Additionally, two Military Entrance Processing Stations, one at the headquarters in St. Louis and one in Kansas City, Mo., handle applicants' processing, classification and physical examinations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chris Williamson/Released)
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MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. (April 6, 2019) Naval Aircrewman (Operator) 2nd Class Sean Settles, assigned to Navy Recruiting District (NRD) St. Louis, untangles a submersible robot's cord during the USS St. Louis (LCS 19) SeaPerch Competition at Pattonville High School in Maryland Heights, Mo., April 6, 2019. SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program and one of the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, which allows students to build and operate remote-controlled submersibles through various obstacle courses. NRD St. Louis' area of responsibility covers more than 200,000 square miles, encompassing Missouri, Kansas, central and southern Illinois, and a portion of Kentucky. More than 200 officers, enlisted personnel and civilian staff operate 30 recruiting stations, two Navy Officer Recruiting Stations and the headquarters in St. Louis. Additionally, two Military Entrance Processing Stations, one at the headquarters in St. Louis and one in Kansas City, Mo., handle applicants' processing, classification and physical examinations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chris Williamson/Released)
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PACIFIC OCEAN (March 25, 2019) U.S. Marines attached to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 163 (Reinforced), 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), recover an RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned aerial system aboard the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26). The Marines and Sailors of the 11th MEU are conducting routine operations as part of the Boxer Amphibious Ready Group in the eastern Pacific Ocean. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jason Monty/Released)
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PACIFIC OCEAN (March 25, 2019) An RQ-21A Blackjack Unmanned Aerial System attached to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 163 (Reinforced), 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), launches from the flight deck of the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26). The Marines and Sailors of the 11th MEU are conducting routine operations as part of the Boxer Amphibious Ready Group in the eastern Pacific Ocean. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jason Monty/Released)
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PACIFIC OCEAN (March 25, 2019) A U.S. Marine assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 163 (Reinforced), 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), launches an RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned aerial system from aboard the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26). The Marines and Sailors of the 11th MEU are conducting routine operations as part of the Boxer Amphibious Ready Group in the eastern Pacific Ocean. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Israel Chincio/Released)
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