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naval mine

[′nā·vəl ‚mīn]
(ordnance)
An item designed to be located under water and exploded by means of propeller vibration, magnetic attraction, contact, or remote control.
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Mine Countermeasures 2013 will be taking place on 23-25 April 2013 in London and will include workshops focusing on the Naval Mine, its present and future, China's mine warfare doctrine and current and future AUV designs challenges.
If industry could get there in 24 hours or less, it would improve the Defense Department's response time dramatically, said Ed Mickley, spokesperson for the Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Command.
The central area was a mass of completed naval mine cases.
However, China appears to be providing an advanced naval mine, the EM-52 rising mine, that will significantly enhance Iranian mining capabilities.
Former Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Commander to Lead Ship Design and Engineering Group
The premiere training event, ASMC Training Day 2014 which was co-sponsored by ASMC San Diego Chapter and DAUAA West Chapter took place on 30 July at DAU classrooms at the Naval Mine Anti-Submarine Warfare Command (NMAWC).
The purpose of this study for the 3 identified areas (navigation training, naval mine warfare and diving) is to:
Ashore, he commanded the Surface Warfare Officers School in Newport, and as a new flag officer he served as Commander, Naval Mine and Anti-submarine Warfare Command, Corpus Christi, Texas.
He has served in various capacities, including as anti-submarine warfare officer and experimentation officer in charge of the Norfolk Detachment for the Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Command.
To satisfy this new requirement, the Navy established the Naval Mine School at the Naval Gun Factory in May 1941.
Petersburg, the Naval Mine Warfare and Antisubmarine Command, Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division, Program Executive Office (Littoral and Mine Warfare), Office of Naval Research, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, SRI International's Marine Technology Program and National Center for Maritime and Port Security, National Forensics Science Technology Center and Florida State University.
LCDR Douglas Anderson III, SC, USN, completed 20 years of active service and retired on March 1, 2007, after serving at Naval Mine and AntiSubmarine Warfare Command, Corpus Christi, Texas.

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