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Yorktown, Va. (December 14, 2023) Graduates, instructors and leadership from the Naval Medical Leader and Professional Development Command pose for a group photo at the conclusion of the Tri-Service Optician School’s Class 23010 graduation onboad Naval Weapons Station Yorktown. The mission of TOPS is to provide formal optical training to Army Optical Laboratory Specialist MOS (68H) and Navy Hospital Corpsman (NEC L19A) students with quality training through a 24-week, DoD, uniformed services school on the subjects of ophthalmic dispensing, ophthalmic fabrication and clinical optics.  Upon completing the required curriculum, graduates are immediately able to function as an independent optician in any military environment. (U.S. Navy Photo by Max Lonzanida/Released)
231214-N-TG517-9060.JPG Photo By: Max Lonzanida

Dec 18, 2023
Yorktown, Va - Yorktown, Va. (December 14, 2023) Graduates, instructors and leadership from the Naval Medical Leader and Professional Development Command pose for a group photo at the conclusion of the Tri-Service Optician School’s Class 23010 graduation onboad Naval Weapons Station Yorktown. The mission of TOPS is to provide formal optical training to Army Optical Laboratory Specialist MOS (68H) and Navy Hospital Corpsman (NEC L19A) students with quality training through a 24-week, DoD, uniformed services school on the subjects of ophthalmic dispensing, ophthalmic fabrication and clinical optics. Upon completing the required curriculum, graduates are immediately able to function as an independent optician in any military environment. (U.S. Navy Photo by Max Lonzanida/Released)


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