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Dec 14, 2023
San Diego, CA - SAN DIEGO (Dec. 7, 2023) Naval Health Research Center biomechanics researcher, Tyler Whittier, operated the force plate exercise where students measured their balance and jump capabilities. Supporting STEM programs is a fundamental part of NHRC’s community outreach effort. (U.S. Navy photo by Danielle Cazarez/released)


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