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    USS North Carolina and World War II

    Ken Rittenmeyer gave a tour of the missile defenses on the battleship USS North Carolina. He also spoke about how the U.S. used North Carolina-class battleships during World War II and why the technology on…

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    History of Naval Aviation

    A tour was given of the San Diego Air and Space Museum, and San Diego’s role in Naval Aviation was profiled. The museum’s replica of the Curtiss A-1, the first plane ever sold to and flown by the U.S. Navy, was…

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    USS Midway and San Diego's Naval History

    Karl Zingheim talked about the USS Midway, America’s longest serving Navy aircraft carrier. Commissioned at the end of World War II, the Midway was considered to be the largest ship in the world until 1955.…

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    Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary Commemoration

    The National Park Service and U.S. Navy hosted a 75th Anniversary Commemoration of the attack on Pearl Harbor at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii. Admiral Harris delivered the keynote address…

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    Pearl Harbor Deck Logs

    Chris Carter read from U.S. Navy deck logs that describe events on ships that were under attack in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Deck logs are running records of events that take place…

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    Navy Littoral Combat Ships

    The Senate Armed Services Committee held a hearing with top Navy officials about the production and deployment of the littoral combat ship -- small surface vessels for operations close to…

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    Life on a Battleship

    Clayton Allen and Captain Matthew Pommer (Retired) gave a tour of the below deck areas of the USS Wisconsin, where the crew lived and worked while at sea. The USS Wisconsin, one of the…

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    Battleship Command and Control

    Clayton Allen gave a tour of the top decks of the USS Wisconsin, where the captain and admiral once lived and commanded the ship. The USS Wisconsin, one of the largest battleships built by…

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    Maritime Security

    Admiral John Richardson, chief of naval operations, talked about climate change, naval readiness and maritime security. Following his remarks, he took questions from the audience on…

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    Navy Operations

    Navy Secretary Ray Mabus spoke at a National Press Club luncheon on his top priorities for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Those include shipbuilding, energy security, and personnel. He…

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    Naval Aviation

    Naval Air Forces Commander Vice Admiral Mike Shoemaker discussed the future of naval aviation at an event hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He talked about…

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    Mathias Winter on Naval Innovation

    Naval Research Chief Rear Admiral Mathias Winter talked about the future of naval innovation and capabilities. He discussed advancements in genetic engineering, laser technology, and the…

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    Admiral John Richardson on Farsi Island Investigation

    Admiral John Richardson briefed reporters reporters on the results of the investigation into the January 2016 incident in which Iranian forces detained ten American sailors after their…

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    Newsmakers with Admiral John Richardson

    Chief of Naval Operations John Richardson talked about defense policy and budget issues and his own vision for the Navy, the Navy’s role in the South China Sea, its response to incidents like the…

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    U.S. Naval Academy Commencement Address

    Secretary Ashton Carter delivered the commencement address to the 2016 graduating class of the U.S. Naval Academy at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland. He said that the five major…

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    Panel Discussion on U.S. Naval History

    Dwight Hughes, author of A Confederate Biography: The Cruise of the CSS Shenandoah, and Charles Neimeyer, author of War in the Chesapeake: The British Campaigns to Control the Bay,…

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    The U.S. Navy

    Craig Symonds talked about his book The U.S. Navy: A Concise History, in which he provides a history of the U.S. Navy, from its inception during the Revolutionary War to its current…

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    Universal News-in-Brief from March 27, 1951

    This 1951 Universal News-in-Brief showed a toy drive for French orphans and war wounded children, an Afghan government official visit to a coal mine in Washington state, and Navy women…

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    Navy Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Request Briefing

    The Navy’s deputy assistant budget secretary updated reporters on the department’s fiscal year 2017 budget request and detailed cuts that had to be made in weapons and equipment programs.

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    Ballistic Missile Defense

    Vice Admiral James Syring gave an update on the U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense System at the Center. The agency is tasked with developing, testing and deploying technoligies aimed at…

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