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New

In honor of the first American female astronaut, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) recently welcomed the U.S. Navy’s newest research vessel—R/V Sally Ride— for oceanographic research.
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POWERFUL

A $10 accessory that prevents debris from damaging a $2 million piece of equipment. Updating old-school communications like Morse code with lasers and infrared light. Creating a hydrogen-gasoline fuel hybrid to lessen the thirst for fossil fuels.
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Operationalizing

The Innovation Center on PCU Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) demonstrates capabilities and usage of technologies, which opens the mind of the Sailor to new possibilities.
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ICEX 2016

Officials at the ONR report new scientific research during ICEX 2016, which will enhance our understanding of, and ability to safely operate in, Arctic maritime environments.
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The Pentagon with the Washington Monument and National Mall in the background. Photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston, 11th Wing Public Affairs

Decoding DoD is an event being hosted this month by the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental, which seeks out tech and talent in Silicon Valley.
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Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh, commanding general of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, discusses the operational need for amphibious high-water speed (AHWS) during the Office of Naval Research-hosted focus area forum on the topic, a critical priority for the U.S. Marine Corps. The forum is designed to address the technology challenges of high-speed amphibious combat vehicle designs and the ongoing science and technology related to AHWS. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released)

Technology, and how it will impact future amphibious naval operations was a topic as senior leaders from the Navy and Marine Corps spoke at the Office of Naval Research.
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Renewable Energy2

As the largest consumer of energy in the U.S., the DoD has requisitioned the deployment of renewable energy to power military facilities by 2025.
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Railgun_edit

To become a game-changing technology, the electromagnetic railgun needs to be further developed and transitioned onto the ship of the future.
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