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    For the Navy, virtual reality is more than a training tool. It’s also becoming a novel way of public outreach. The Recuiting Command plans to field trailer-sized virtual reality chambers to let citizens experience a real-life Navy Seal operation. Capt. Dave Bouve, the national director of Navy Marketing and Advertising. He talked about the VR project on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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