PEO Space Systems Chair Supports Navy's Efforts in the Final Frontier
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While the Navy is our nation’s seafaring service, it truly operates through every domain, be it sea or land ! or space. In fact, over the past few decades, the Navy has played a major role in the development and application of several space systems, providing naval and joint warfighters with a wide range of advanced capabilities in critical areas such as intel, communications and navigation. But perhaps one of the most critical components to the Navy’s efforts in the final frontier is having the people who are educated in the development and operation of these advanced space systems, armed with the knowledge and expertise needed to use them.
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