NPS research: tied to defense needs now and in the future
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NPS faculty conducted over $50 million of research last year, most of it for the Navy and defense organizations. Our faculty and students are engaged in research in direct support of our operating forces. Two years ago, NPS created three Institutes as a means to provide a more tangible and immediate product to the customers that it supports, the Unified Combatant Commanders and the Fleet Commanders, those who deliver military effects.
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