Navy Capt. Richard Folga, Department Head, Engineering and Technical Services and Program Manager of the Kraken, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, NAMRU-Dayton and Gen. David Allvin stand on a balcony in front of the Disorientation Research Device, also known as the Kraken. The device is a one of a kind national scientific asset that provides a platform for basic science and applied research through simulation of aviation environments with customizable capsule configurations supporting one or two side by side occupants. (U.S. Navy photo/Megan Mudersbach)
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