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231017-N-XP214-1001 SAN DIEGO (Oct. 17, 2023) A “Seascope” newspaper from July 18, 1969 shows a sample of content managed by Tom LaPuzza, public affairs officer of an organization preceding Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific and editor of the newspaper at the time: a message about a Monday holiday for the Apollo II moon mission, a story about a transducer with plastic parts, and a story about a summer aid program. LaPuzza’s role in the sweeping saga of NIWC Pacific’s 80-year-long history — which tells how the lab became the Navy’s information warfare experts — is as a former public affairs officer, former newspaper editor, and storyteller, a role he continues to perform as an emeritus. (U.S. Navy photo by Maison Piedfort)

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