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(Aug. 26, 2022) NAVAL STATION NORFOLK, Va. -- Cmdr. Elouise Hurst (far left), Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Norfolk commanding officer, speaks to a crowd of corrosion control stakeholders during a Training Requirements Review (TRR) event in Virginia in August. (U.S. Navy photo. NOTE: This photo has been altered to blur an open soft drink on the table to prevent the appearance of implied DoD endorsement of the brand.)

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