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IMAGE: : Emily Johnson (pictured left), F/A-18 Human Factors Lead from Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, was awarded the 2022 Naval Laboratory and Centers Coordinating Group G. Dennis White Early Career Human Systems Integration Practitioner Award from Dr. Brett Seidle (pictured right), SES, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy Research, Development, Test, and Engineering.
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DAHLGREN, Va. - Emily Johnson (pictured left), F/A-18 Human Factors Lead from Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, was awarded the 2022 Naval Laboratory and Centers Coordinating Group G. Dennis White Early Career Human Systems Integration Practitioner Award from Dr. Brett Seidle (pictured right), SES, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy Research, Development, Test, and Engineering.


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