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Office of Naval Research Global connecting with international naval community at MAST Europe 2011
Date:6/24/2011

er of actively sharing ideas and collaborating with scientists and policy makers from around the world because each and every meaningful engagement has the potential to increase the Navy's capabilities," Williams said.

The annual MAST Europe conference and exhibition, established in 2005, brings together decision makers, technologists and end-users from government, academia and industry for information sharing and networking on the topics of maritime security, systems and technology.


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