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PORT HUENEME, Calif. (June 6, 2024) - Vice Adm. Johnny Wolfe Jr., director of U.S. Navy Strategic Systems Programs (left); Suzanne Nicolas (next to left); Julissa Simental (center); Ed Vicuna (next to right); and Capt. Neil Sexton, Engineering Duty Officer (EDO) Schoolhouse commander (right), pose for a photo during the fiftieth anniversary luncheon for the EDO School Thursday, June 6. Nicolas, Simental, and Vicuna were awarded Navy Civilian Service Commendations for a combined 50 years of educating students on civilian workforce, labor relations, and equal employment matters. The school-established in 1974 and founded by Naval Sea Systems Command Commander Vice Adm. Robert C. Gooding-provides education to improve the professional proficiency of EDOs through training in plans, programs, policies, and procedures that drive the life-cycle engineering of naval ships and systems. (U.S. Navy Photo by Lt. Jennifer Bowman/Released)

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