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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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SAN PEDRO, Philippines (April 9, 2019) U.S. Navy Sailors hand out school supplies to children during a community relations event at San Pedro Elementary School, San Pedro, Tarlac, Philippines, as a part of Exercise Balikatan, April 9, 2019. This community relations event was coordinated by the combined efforts of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), U.S. forces, and the Australian Defence Force. Balikatan is an annual military training exercise hosted by the Philippines between the AFP and U.S. military designed to continue U.S. and Philippine defense readiness while strengthening multinational relationships. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Angelo Sagum/Released)
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LOWELL, Mass. (April 10, 2019) Dr. Richard Carlin, director of acceleration for the Office of Naval Research, delivers welcoming remarks during the Accelerated Delivery and Acquisition of Prototype Technologies (ADAPT) Workshop at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell Research Institute. ADAPT is a new approach to match non-traditional small businesses with naval needs and quick research-and-development funding. The half-day workshop features technology briefs on pre-released areas of interest from a Navy shipyard; discussion about the proposal process and contracting; and opportunities for face-to-face conversations with subject matter experts. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released)
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GEORGETOWN, Texas (March 2, 2019) More than 44 high school, middle school, and elementary school teams to include local Boys Scout Troop 405 competed in the Georgetown SeaPerch Regional Competition held at the Georgetown Recreation Center.  Advancing to the 2019 SeaPerch Challenge to be held on the campus of the University of Maryland in June were Team Axolotls of Georgetown High School, Team Deep SeaPerch of Richarte High School, and Team Underwater Odyssey of SFA Middle School in Bryan. The competition consisted of four evolutions:  grading of teams' engineer notebooks, the new mission, search and rescue challenge course, speed obstacle course, and interviews.  Navy Recruiting District (NRD) San Antonio annually supports the competitions with divers and judges.  Recruiters assigned to Navy Recruiting Stations Georgetown and Round Rock were present to spread Navy Awareness.  (U.S. Navy photo by Burrell Parmer)
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GEORGETOWN, Texas (March 2, 2019) More than 44 high school, middle school, and elementary school teams to include local Boys Scout Troop 405 competed in the Georgetown SeaPerch Regional Competition held at the Georgetown Recreation Center. Advancing to the 2019 SeaPerch Challenge to be held on the campus of the University of Maryland in June were Team Axolotls of Georgetown High School, Team Deep SeaPerch of Richarte High School, and Team Underwater Odyssey of SFA Middle School in Bryan. The competition consisted of four evolutions:  grading of teams' engineer notebooks, the new mission, search and rescue challenge course, speed obstacle course, and interviews.  Navy Recruiting District (NRD) San Antonio annually supports the competitions with divers and judges.  Recruiters assigned to Navy Recruiting Stations Georgetown and Round Rock were present to spread Navy Awareness. (U.S. Navy photo by Burrell Parme)
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HONOLULU, Hawaii (Dec. 15, 2018) Team Bumblebee from the National University of Singapore completes the docking challenge during the finals of the Office of Naval Research (ONR)-sponsored Maritime RobotX Challenge in Honolulu, Hawaii. Team Bumblebee, one five teams made up of competitors from the United States, Australia and Asia competing in the finals, finished in first place. Organized by RoboNation and Navatek, RobotX is designed to foster student interest in autonomous robotic systems operating in the maritime domain, with an emphasis on the science and engineering of cooperative autonomy. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams)
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