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The Office of Naval Research (ONR) coordinates, executes, and promotes the science and technology programs of the United States Navy and Marine Corps.
(30) Develops and transitions technologies to enable the Navy-Marine Corps team to win and survive on the battlefield, today and tomorrow.
(31) Supports the development of advanced electronics, communications, surveillance and navigational tools that provide the Navy with a battlefield advantage.
(32) Equips the Navy with technologies designed to observe, model and predict air, ocean and shore environments, and detect underwater threats.
(33) Develops and delivers technologies that enable superior warfighting and energy capabilities for naval forces, platforms and undersea weaponry.
(34) Enhances warfighter effectiveness and efficiency through bioengineered and biorobotic systems, medical technologies, improved manpower, personnel, training and system design.
(35) Supports the Navy’s power project needs, fostering the technology development of naval aircraft, structures, propulsion, autonomy, energetic, directed energy and electric weapons.

U.S. Navy Task Force Ocean

U.S. Navy Task Force Ocean logoU.S. Navy Task Force Ocean was established in March 2017 to advance Navy-relevant ocean science through strengthened partnerships with academia and the private sector.

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ONR Events

ONR Distinguished Lecture Series (Details)
Arlington, Virginia
October 9, 2018

SEAP Grooms Future Naval Civilian Force

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)Representatives from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) recently spoke to students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) about the benefits of ONR's Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program during an outreach visit at Harrison High School in Atlanta, Georgia.

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