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May 13, 2024
Hampton, VA - Navy and Marine Corps Force Health Protection Command (NMCFHPC) participated in the Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE) and Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International (AFCEA) Tidewater Chapter, Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) day at the Tidewater Integrated Combat Symposium (TWICS) May 8, 2024. The symposium was held to provide students with the opportunity to engage in hands-on interactions, discover innovative technology, and expose them to potential career pathway options. NMCFHPC staff established a booth to educate the students about gravity and buoyancy, as well as robotics, computer programming, and cybersecurity. During the event, El Marcelo Rone, an information security officer at the Navy and Marine Corps Force Health Protection Command, transfers knowledge about cybersecurity to a student. (Navy photo by Desmond Martin)


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