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Capt. Barrett explains NAVIDFOR efforts on behalf of Task Force Cyber Awakening and the fleet
Fleet Electronic Warfare Center doing great work on EM and Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare
From the Civil War to Midway to Virtual Reality
A new site dedicated to collaboration on Navy cybersecurity topics, issues and programs
Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command
Navy Task Force Cyber Awakening Lead
A data-centric methodological approach
The Navy’s Blue Angels continue to thrill
An Approach to the Universal Maneuver Domain
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One of the most sophisticated cybercrime rings in the world brought to justice
10/29/14
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10/28/14
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Smart devices must be secured to protect national security
10/28/14
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10/27/14
DoD libraries provide access to learning resources
10/27/14
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10/24/14
10/24/14
10 events you may have missed this week in the Navy
10/24/14
Instructions for reporting a crime if you have become a victim
10/23/14
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10/23/14
10/22/14
Grace Hopper Amazing Grace Hopper
– her legacy continues …


Rear Adm. Grace Hopper was a computer scientist and information
technology pioneer both for the Navy and in private industry.
Among her many accomplishments, Rear Adm. Hopper took the lead in
bringing desktop technology to the Navy. Hopper was a mentor to
the CHIPS staff offering ideas, encouragement and often her tagline:
"It's easier to ask forgiveness than it is to get permission." Because of
Hopper's long-lasting achievements, she is referred to as "Amazing
Grace." The U.S. Navy destroyer USS Hopper (DDG 70) is named in her
honor.

View more information about Rear Adm. Hopper

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