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170811-N-RG622-026 PORT HUENEME, Calif (Aug 11, 2017) – Captain Joseph Greeson, commanding officer (acting) Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (EXWC), presents an award certificate to University of Santa Barbara students Carrie Fisher (center) and Christopher Winig (left) in recognition of their winning research and presentation at the Problem-based Initiatives for Powerful Engagement and Learning In Naval Engineering and Science (PIPELINES), final presentations and Design Challenge Awards, held at the Seabee Museum. The team researched and presented Service Life of Marine Concrete Structures with Internal Curing Materials, and was mentored by Mr. Justin Foster, EXWC Concrete Materials Subject Matter Expert. Six UCSD teams participated this year. The PIPELINES program is made possible by a 3-year ONR grant, initiated in 2016, to develop real-world engineering and science solutions to on-going Naval issues. (Official Navy photo by Palmer Pinckney II)

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