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Andrew Brough, the NSWC Crane Expeditionary Warfare Lead across Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), has led initiatives to pursue Expeditionary Warfare rapid prototyping development to address operational gaps and needs identified by the Navy, Marine Corps, and Special Operations Command (SOCOM) operational forces. He recieved the Department of the Navy (DoN) Meritorious Civilian Service Award for his contributions to the Navy and Marine Corps.
190211-N-GD413-014.JPG Photo By: NSWC Crane Corporate Communications

CRANE, Ind. - Pictured, L-R: Dr. Brett Seidle, Andrew Brough, and CAPT Oesterreich Andrew Brough, the NSWC Crane Expeditionary Warfare Lead across Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), has led initiatives to pursue Expeditionary Warfare rapid prototyping development to address operational gaps and needs identified by the Navy, Marine Corps, and Special Operations Command (SOCOM) operational forces. He recieved the Department of the Navy (DoN) Meritorious Civilian Service Award for his contributions to the Navy and Marine Corps.


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