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Navy’s Newest Aviators Receive First Threat Brief

Cmdr. Chris Dumas, executive officer for the Center for Information Warfare Training provided an intelligence threat brief to Student Naval Aviator Junior Officer Course attendees allowing for a greater situational and geopolitical awareness for two of the largest global superpowers, China and Russia, at Naval Aviation Schools Command (NASC) Auditorium on Naval Air Station Pensacola. (U.S. Navy Photo by Kurt Van Slooten)

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Photo by: Kurt Van Slooten
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Location: PENSACOLA, Fla.
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