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The Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O) initiatives crosscut the Marine Corps and set the example for the services in the pursuit of energy excellence [Modeling & Simulation, Dismounted Energy Technologies, Service Energy Wargame, and Persistent Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR)]. E2O’s leadership and efforts to transform the Marine Corps and instill an expeditionary energy ethos has resulted in a pivotal shift in the way that the Naval Service positions itself for operational reach in a new era of global engagement. Specifically, the E2O embarked on a paradigm challenging war game that not only created scenario-backed Energy Supportability and Risk Analyses but, in aggregate, created the momentum to more closely examine ship-to-shore fuel movement across the services...
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MAY

As one of the teams selected to participate in the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s inaugural Innovation Challenge in 2015, the Sensor Embedding in Additive Manufacturing (SEAM) Team project established a novel solution for monitoring the structural health of additively-manufactured (AM) metallic parts...
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FREEMONT, CA – Joining an elite group in the energy innovation sector, the Honorable Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy, spoke at the 4 May 2016 World Energy Innovation Forum (WEIF) regarding energy innovation and its impact on the Department of the Navy (DON) future. While those in the private sector may think topics like new energy and innovation are often not considered paramount within military agendas, Mr. Mabus asked the audience to challenge that perception...
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