Naval Research Working Group Thesis Research Working Group Meeting 15-1 Program
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Program for the Naval Research Working Group / Thesis Research Working group, 30 March - 3 April 2015. Mission: The Working Group Meeting is a forum for research Topic Sponsors to communicate their research and analysis needs directly to Naval Postgraduate School faculty and students. In-progress reviews are also conducted.
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