Charles Garnett, left, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren, Virginia, Electromagnetic Railgun project manager, briefs Vice Admiral Kevin McCoy, commander of Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), Brian Persons, NAVSEA deputy commander, and Rear Adm. James Shannon, commander of Naval Warfare Centers, Friday, December 10, 2010, following the world record-setting 33 mega-joule shot of the Office of Naval Research Railgun. The railgun is being developed for use on a wide range of ships, whether the vessel has an integrated power system, such as DDG 1000, or a non-integrated power system such as DDG 51..Mandatory Credit: John F. Williams - U.S. Navy via CNP.
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Charles Garnett, left, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren, Virginia, Electromagnetic Railgun project manager, briefs Vice Admiral Kevin McCoy, commander of Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), Brian Persons, NAVSEA deputy commander, and Rear Adm. James Shannon, commander of Naval Warfare Centers, Friday, December 10, 2010, following the world record-setting 33 mega-joule shot of the Office of Naval Research Railgun. The railgun is being developed for use on a wide range of ships, whether the vessel has an integrated power system, such as DDG 1000, or a non-integrated power system such as DDG 51..Mandatory Credit: John F. Williams - U.S. Navy via CNP.

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Date: 28 Dec 2010
Location: Dahlgren Virginia United States of America
Credit: John F. Williams - U.S. Navy via CNP
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