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SAIC to care for Navy's electronic sensor-equipped mine-hunting dolphins

"SAN DIEGO, 9 Dec. 2009. The U.S. Navy's force of bottlenose dolphins, which use electronic sensors as well as their own biological echolocation capability to detect submerged sea mines, will receive care and training from Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) in San Diego under terms of a $9.9 million contract awarded late last week."

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  1. SAIC to care for Navy's electronic sensor-equipped mine-hunting dolphins
  2. Marine Mammal Services
Entry updated: 2011-06-24 06:03:14
SAIC to care for Navy