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President of the Military Officers Association at NPS President of the Military Officers Association at NPS
Posted 6/7/2006 4:00:00 PM, US Navy Photo by MC2 Mike DiFranco.

Vice Adm. Norbert R. Ryan, Jr., (Ret), the President of the Military Officers Association of America (center), speaks with Cmdr. Tim Hobbs, (left) and Capt. Starr King (right), the recipients of the Military Officers Association Joint Service Warfare Award, which Vice Adm. Ryan presented to them. The award is presented to NPS military faculty members who have contributed most significantly to the study, implementation, and spirit of joint-service warfare. (Released)

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NPS Center for AUV Research Showcase Autonomous Vehicles NPS Center for AUV Research Showcase Autonomous Vehicles
Posted 6/6/2006 10:06:50 AM, US Navy Photo by Javier Chagoya.

Professor Tony Healey (second from left) and Cmdr. Doug Horner (left) co-principal investigators for the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Center for AUV Research showcase some of the autonomous vehicles that will be deployed in an upcoming field experiment. The 9-day series of experiments scheduled in June is an NPS and U.S. Special Operations Forces project that will field test operations of autonomous vehicles in a collaborative networking environment. The unmanned vehicles include three types of light weight aircraft, and two different unmanned ground vehicles with a mixture of onboard sensors that when combined create a full spectrum battlefield picture. Also in the experiment is a lighter than air platform. “The eventual goal is to combine different classes of unmanned vehicles working in a collaborative fashion,” said Horner. Continued from left to right are: Hag Seong Kim; Sean Kragelund; NPS President Rear Adm. Richard Wells; NPS student Cmdr. Duane Davis; Dean Jim Kays; Prof. Don Brutzman; Kwang Song; NPS student Lt. Cmdr. Steve Vonheeder; NPS student Lt. Tyler Furukawa; NPS student Lt. Mike Dolbec; Jeff Weekley and Prof. Kevin Squire. (Released)

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Construction Officials and Site Managers Celebrate 50,000 Man Hours of Safety. Construction Officials and Site Managers Celebrate 50,000 Man Hours of Safety.
Posted 6/2/2006 9:05:13 AM, US Navy Photo by Javier Chagoya.

Burns and McDonnell (BM) Construction Officials and site managers celebrate 50,000 man hours of safety at the Glasgow expansion on June 1 at the Naval Postgraduate School. (Left to right) BM Regional Health and Safety Environment Manager Pete Asuncion Jr., Project Coordinator for the Computer Science Department Scott Coté, Navy Resident Officer in Charge of Construction Lt.j.g. Mark McWilliams, BM Associate Vice President Ross Pritchard, BM Site Manager Joe Konezny, BM Site Quality Control Manager Billy Cayton, BM Architect Dennis Hodgin and BM Project Manager Michael Pickering. (Released)

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“The Taiwan Question and American Policy Dilemmas.” “The Taiwan Question and American Policy Dilemmas.”
Posted 6/2/2006 9:05:13 AM, US Navy Photo by Javier Chagoya.

As part of the NPS Foundation’s monthly Information Briefs, China expert, H. Lyman Miller (left) discussed relationships between Taiwan, China and the United States, in a program called “The Taiwan Question and American Policy Dilemmas.” Miller, an associate professor of Chinese affairs in the Department of National Security Affairs (NSA) here and a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, provided an in-depth historical perspective of China’s impact on their region and its future global potential in economics and political affairs. Behind Miller are NSA Asian Studies students (left to right) Air Force Capt. Terry Vance, U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Ivan Kanapathy and Air Force Capt. Tracy Glazer, who served as a panel, sharing opinions of China’s role in world events. (Released)

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Marine Corps Students View Prototype IIFF System Marine Corps Students View Prototype IIFF System
Posted 6/2/2006 9:05:13 AM, US Navy Photo by MC2 Mike DiFranco.

Marine Corps Capt. Patrick Shaun Williams, right, views a prototype Individual Identify Friend or Foe (IIFF) ‘smart’ patch held by Marine Corps Capt. Sean Patrick Riley through infrared binoculars in the Physics/Combat Systems Dept. at NPS, May 25. A laser ‘interrogates’ the patch worn by ground troops in night operations, reducing ‘friendly fire’ casualties. (Released)

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