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Top 10 Reasons to Apply to the Military Studies Program at USNCC

Top 10 Reasons to Apply to the Military Studies Program at USNCC

QUANTICO, Va. – The U.S. Naval Community College offers seven naval-relevant associate degree programs for active duty enlisted Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen during Pilot II. The first associate degree program you can apply for at the USNCC is the Military Studies degree. These are the top ten reasons you should earn a Military Studies associate degree through the USNCC.

The Race Is On: NRL Argon Fluoride Laser to Advance Fusion Energy

The Race Is On: NRL Argon Fluoride Laser to Advance Fusion Energy

WASHINGTON — U.S. Naval Research Laboratory experts race toward sustainable clean energy with advances in fusion energy. Steve Obenschain, Ph.D., a research physicist at NRL, said nuclear fusion would be a valuable addition to clean energy sources because it can provide baseload electrical power when the sun does not shine and the wind does not blow. The baseload is the minimum level of demand on an electrical grid over a span of time, for example, one week.

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