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NRL to hold media availabilities at Sea-Air-Space 2021
By U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Corporate Communications | July 31, 2021
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory’s scientists and engineers will be available Aug. 2-4 to discuss their cutting-edge research and advances in technology during the Navy League's Global Maritime Exposition Sea-Air-Space in exhibit booth #302.
NRL Demonstrating Advanced Distributed Radar Concepts with FlexDAR
By U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Corporate Communications | July 29, 2021
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) completed the installation of the Flexible Distributed Array Radar (FlexDAR) earlier this year and began demonstrations with nodes operating at the NRL Chesapeake Bay Detachment in Maryland and at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
NRL Scientists, Researchers Win 2021 Dr. Delores Etter Award
By Paul Cage, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | July 28, 2021
Presented annually in June, this prestigious Navy award recognizes technical superiority, innovation, technical merit, operational impact and applicability to Assistant Secretary of the Navy RD&A priorities.
NRL Quantum Research Center Celebrates First Year of Research, Collaboration
By Paul Cage, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | July 15, 2021
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory celebrated its first anniversary earlier this year as the Navy’s designated Quantum Information Research Center.
Petrovic Relieves Vigil as the 41st NRL Commander
By Ashley Wall, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | June 25, 2021
Capt. Gregory Petrovic relieved Capt. Ricardo Vigil and assumed command as the 41st commanding officer of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory during a ceremony June 25, 2021.
Secrets Revealed in a Grain of Dust from the Moon Leads to Geologist’s Award
By Kevin McAndrews, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | June 23, 2021
Lunar samples of dust particles and rock have been brought back to Earth for more than half a century, ever since Neil Armstrong became the first person to step foot on the Moon in 1969. NRL geologist Kate Burgess used samples from the Apollo 17 mission during her microscopic research of what’s inside tiny grains of moon dust.

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