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Members of the Military Construction Steering Committee pose during the groundbreaking of the Grace M. Hopper Navy Regional Data Automation Center. Members include Captain Robert L. Barton (fourth from left), Commodore Grace M. Hopper, special assistant to the commander, Naval Data Automation Command (center); Rear Admiral Paul Sutherland Jr., commander, Naval Data Automation Command; (front row right) and Project Manager Eva M. Sebastian (far right)

Members of the Military Construction Steering Committee pose during the groundbreaking of the Grace M. Hopper Navy Regional Data Automation Center. Members include Captain Robert L. Barton (fourth from left), Commodore Grace M. Hopper, special assistant to the commander, Naval Data Automation Command (center); Rear Admiral Paul Sutherland Jr., commander, Naval Data Automation Command; (front row right) and Project Manager Eva M. Sebastian (far right)

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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: Naval Air Station, North Island

State: California (CA)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Michael Flynn

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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27/09/1985
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