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WASHINGTON, D.C. - A scientist for the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory was part of a team that received the Navy "Innovation Excellence Acquisition Team of the Year Award" for demonstrated engineering ingenuity in developing a repair solution for delaminated transparent armor estimated to save the Marine Corps $105 million. Dr. Marriner Merrill, NRL researcher (2nd from left) served as a technical lead for this effort, and many others affiliated with NRL also contributed, including Dr. James P. Thomas, William Pogue, Christopher Kindle, Michael Doherty, and Dr. G. T. Pham. The Honorable James F. Geurts, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisition, far right, and Ms. Jeanette Evans-Morgis, Deputy to the Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC), far left, presented the award to the team, including: (l-r) Dr. Merrill; Ms. Krista Francom, MCSC; Mr. Tom Stevenson, MCSC; Mr. William “Scott” Story, MCSC; Mr. John Rooney, formerly MCSC; Mr. Maurice Johnson, MCSC; Maj. Christopher Kiely, USMC; Maj. Thitipan Durasavin, USMC. Not pictured, Mr. Mark Totten, Marine Corps Syscom. (Department of the Navy)


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