Photo Gallery

Secretary of the Navy Honors Drs. Jerome and Isabella Karle for Service

Caption: WASHINGTON (July 21, 2009) Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus gives his remarks at Drs. Jerome and Isabella Karle's retirement ceremony from the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) following a combined 127 years of government service. Among their many awards and honors, Dr. Jerome Karle's work in crystal structure analysis was recognized by the 1985 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and Dr. Isabella Karle was awarded the National Medal of Science from President Clinton in 1995 for her pioneering work in devising methods to determine crystal structure.

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Credit: U.S. Navy Photo by John F. Williams/Released

Engineers Demonstrate Brain Surrogate System

Caption: WASHINGTON (May 4, 2009) William Pogue, right, and Dave Horner, engineers at the Multi-functional Materials Branch of the Naval Research Laboratory, explain the brain surrogate system to Vice Adm. David J. Venlet, commander, Naval Air Systems Command, at the combined Office of Naval Research, Naval Sea Systems Command, and Naval Air Systems Command booth at the 2009 Navy League Sea Air Space Exposition at the Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor, Md.

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Credit: U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released

Capt. Paul Essig Presents at the 2009 Navy League Sea Air Space Exposition

Caption: WASHINGTON (May 4, 2009) Capt. Paul Essig, assistant chief of naval research, addresses more than 70 members of industry, academia, and the media about the Office of Naval Research during the 2009 Navy League Sea Air Space Exposition at the Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor, Md.

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Credit: U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released

Change of Command Ceremony

Caption: Washington (March 12, 2009) Rear Adm. Nevin P. Carr, chief of Naval Research, left, salutes Capt. Robert L. Buckley, center, as he is relieved by Capt. Timothy J. Kelly during the change of command ceremony for the Low-Observable/Counter Low-Observable Program Office (PMR-51) at the historic terminal A at Ronald Reagan National Airport.

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Credit: U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released

Biomedical Science and Technology Vision and Program Overview

Caption: ARLINGTON, Va. (February 27, 2009) Vice Adm. Adam Robinson, center, surgeon general of the Navy and chief of the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Rear Adm. Thomas R. Cullison, left, deputy surgeon general, join Rear Adm. Nevin P. Carr Jr., chief of naval research, for briefs as part of an Office of Naval Research Biomedical Science and Technology Vision and Program overview.

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Credit: U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released

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