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Meet the Scientists: Dr. Philip Vernon uses his skills as a research scientist to better understand the trials and tribulations of service members. Especially those injured in combat.
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The Office of Naval Research recently hosted more than 100 experts for discussions on how science and technology can improve warfighter performance.
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