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CHIPS Articles: NSWC Crane leader shares future vision for Electronic Warfare

NSWC Crane leader shares future vision for Electronic Warfare
By Audrey C. Deiser, NSWC Crane Corporate Communications - March 31, 2020
NSWC Crane Spectrum Deputy Department Director Erika White discusses the importance of having diverse minds solving problems and shares ideas for the future of Electronic Warfare. For Department of Defense and Navy users, click the MilTube link below to watch the video.

https://www.milsuite.mil/video/watch/video/29118

The video is also available to the public on our YouTube channel.

About NSWC Crane
NSWC Crane is a naval laboratory and a field activity of Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) with mission areas in Expeditionary Warfare, Strategic Missions and Electronic Warfare. The warfare center is responsible for multi-domain, multi- spectral, full life cycle support of technologies and systems enhancing capability to today's Warfighter.

Join Our Team! NAVSEA employs a highly trained, educated, and skilled workforce - from students and entry level employees to experienced professionals and individuals with disabilities. We support today's sophisticated Navy and Marine Corps ships, aircraft, weapon systems and computer systems. We are continuously looking for engineers, scientists, IT and cyber specialists, as well as trade and other support professionals to ensure the U.S. Navy can protect and defend America. Please contact NSWC Crane Human Resources at mailto:crane_recruiting@navy.mil.

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