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Tim Coats
Shock Mitigation
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 @ 11:30 a.m. EASTERN
At IBEX 2012 in Louisville, Tim Coats (Carderock Naval Surface Warfare Center) took part in a panel discussion about Shock Mitigation. For this week's show, Coats visits ProBoat Radio to continue this campaign of educating both industry and academia about this topic.

Why is he so concerned? He tells us, "It's about mission effectiveness and safety for those who serve our country operating and riding high-speed planing craft/boats, whether in a foreign land or in the littorals within our own borders." 
 
 For more details, visit the ProBoat Radio blog page for this show.   

While you're waiting for the show to start, why not take a few minutes and fill out an IBEX 2013 Seminar Suggestion form? We need your recommendations by Dec. 15, 2012.

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at 11:30 a.m. Eastern. Just click and listen.  

Want to catch up on past shows? It's easy. Just check out our recent on-demand archives online. (Older shows are still in the vault at BlogTalk radio and are available as podcasts through iTunes.) You can listen in on your computer, your MP3 player, or your Smart Phone.
  
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