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A crowd gathers to hear speeches and presentations during the Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX) 2019 held on Aug. 29 at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport's Narragansett Bay Test Facility. ANTX 2019 demonstrates the future of Navy technologies in a low-risk environment before they become integrated in the fleet. This year's theme was Prepare For Battle: Undersea Superiority. (by Rich Allen, McLaughlin Research Corp.)

NUWC TECH Capabilities on Display at ANTX 2019

. I love this show, and I can’t wait for it to get bigger and bigger,” Whitehouse said. “We’ve been growing pretty steadily, but we have nowhere to go but up. I really hope that this continues to grow.”Whitehouse, speaking for both himself and his contemporaries U.S. Sen. Jack Reed and U.S. Reps. Jim Langevin and David Cicilline, also noted that the state’s representatives are committed to building ANTX.“All I can say is that I want you to tell me what I can do to help make this bigger and better because I think the future is calling us here,” Whitehouse

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US Senators from 12 States Seek Offshore Drilling Exemptions like Florida's

was a political favor to Scott. "I am not aware of any political favor that that would have been part of," spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters.   "Just like Florida, our states are unique with vibrant coastal economies," wrote the 22 senators, who include Jack Reed of Rhode Island, Cory Booker of New Jersey, and Kamala Harris of California. "Providing all of our states with the same exemption from dangerous offshore oil and gas drilling would ensure that vital industries from tourism to recreation to fishing are not needlessly placed in harm’s

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Undersea Technology: A Strategic Rhode Island Advantage

from the Department of Defense, Industry and Congress together to share ideas and innovation related to undersea technology, cyber security and other defense technologies. Previous speakers have included the Secretary of Defense, the Undersecretary of Defense and the Chief of Naval Research. Senator Jack Reed, Rhode Island’s senior senator and Ranking Member of the Senate Arms Services Committee, has keynoted the conference every year. With continued investment in the defense sector, we look forward to spurring increased innovation and keeping our nation’s edge as the world’s undersea

Cutting the ribbon, from left, Dominic Galluci, P&S Construction; RI Congressman James Langevin; RI Governor Lincoln Chafee; Rear Adm. Michael Jabaley, commander, NUWC; Capt. Todd Cramer, commander, NUWC Division Newport; Mark Rodrigues, head NUWC's Platform and Payload Integration Department; Blair Decker, General Dynamics/Electric Boat; and RI Senator Jack Reed.

NUWC Newport Dedicates New Research Facility

.9 million Virginia Payload Tube Facility (VPTF) with a ribbon cutting today, Wednesday, October 15. The ceremony was followed by an opportunity for businesses with an interest in the technology to tour the facility and learn about its capabilities. Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee, U.S. Senator Jack Reed and U.S. Congressman James Langevin attended the ceremony. “Since forming the Torpedo Station on Goat Island, [NUWC] has been the center of cutting-edge research of undersea technologies,” Reed said. “NUWC Newport continues to make Rhode Island the premier state for the test

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