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DAHLGREN, Va. - Capt. Brian Durant, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) commander, presents the Dahlgren history book, "The Sound of Freedom," to Dr. William Bundy, Gravely Naval Warfare Research Group director, at the 2016 Black History Month Observance, Feb. 11.  "The research and development progress that was shared with me on the railgun and directed energy systems was very reassuring," said Bundy, a U.S. Naval War College professor who toured NSWCDD electromagnetic railgun and directed energy facilities after inspiring a military and civilian audience with his keynote speech at the observance. "Those capabilities will certainly deliver advantages for our maritime forces.  It was absolutely encouraging to witness first-hand the remarkable effort and work that is continuing today at Dahlgren."
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Dahlgren - DAHLGREN, Va. - Capt. Brian Durant, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) commander, presents the Dahlgren history book, "The Sound of Freedom," to Dr. William Bundy, Gravely Naval Warfare Research Group director, at the 2016 Black History Month Observance, Feb. 11. "The research and development progress that was shared with me on the railgun and directed energy systems was very reassuring," said Bundy, a U.S. Naval War College professor who toured NSWCDD electromagnetic railgun and directed energy facilities after inspiring a military and civilian audience with his keynote speech at the observance. "Those capabilities will certainly deliver advantages for our maritime forces. It was absolutely encouraging to witness first-hand the remarkable effort and work that is continuing today at Dahlgren."


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