144X - Engineering Duty Officer-Ship Engineering

Designator Description


The Engineering Duty Officer Community ensures that U.S. Naval and Joint Forces operate and fight with the most capable platforms possible. Naval Engineers are involved with the design, acquisition, construction, repair, maintenance, conversion, overhaul, and disposal of ships, submarines, and aircraft carriers. Engineering Duty Officers are unique to the navy because the majority of Engineering Duty Officers start their career as Unrestricted Line (URL) officers. First, they learn how to operate ships or submarines. Next, with the exception of LDO/CWO, they obtain technical/engineering masters degrees.

Voluntary Education

Voluntary Education

In addition to obtaining certifications in your field, voluntary education is another way to enhance job performance. Options for voluntary education include:

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Collateral Duty / Out of Rate Assignments

Navy collateral duties/out of rate assignments play a vital role in the day-to-day operations and duties that Officers and Enlisted Sailors perform. Certifications and licenses are also available in these collateral duties/out of rate assignments, so please go to the Collateral Duty/Out of Rate Assignments search feature (under the Navigator) and explore more opportunities to get certified.

Opportunities Related to Academic Degrees

Out of rate or designator requests for exam funding for credentials related to an earned academic degree or a semester course may also be funded if it can be directly related to an industry certification or state license.

For example, if you have a degree in Human Resources but are serving as a Culinary Specialist, you can get funding for a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification.

If the completed degree is not in the Sailor's Joint Service Transcript (JST), the Sailor must provide proof of completion with the Voucher Request Form, OPNAV 1500/57 for funding approval. The requested credential must be included on the Navy COOL website, and the Sailor must meet all other eligibility requirements.

As with any credential, you must meet all other eligibility criteria and the certification or license vendors' requirements.

Opportunities for Prior Rate or Designator Sailors

If you have cross-rated or redesignated, you now are eligible for certifications and licenses mapped to your prior rating or designator. The “Navy Bucks” icon on the Navy COOL page for your previous position/rate indicates which certifications and licenses may be funded.

As with any credential, you must meet all other eligibility criteria and the certification or license vendors' requirements.

Opportunities Related to Off-Duty or Command-Sponsored Training

If you can document that you have completed an on- or off-duty training course that fully prepares you for a civilian certification or license, you may now be eligible to have the credential exam funded.

For example, if you took a Command-sponsored Emergency Medical Technician course, you may be eligible for funding for an EMT Basic credential.

The requested credential must appear on Navy COOL, although it does not need to show the Navy Bucks icon to be funded.

College course completion must be annotated in your Joint Service Transcript. Formal off-duty or command-sponsored training should be visible in your Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ). In lieu of an ETJ entry (where training cannot be entered into the ETJ) you will need to submit some form of, proof of completion (a certificate of completion from the course/training is sufficient). If neither of the previously mentioned methods of validating proof of completion are available, then a command correspondence (such as a command letter, memo, or PG-13 form) describing the training along with the OPNAV 1500/57 Professional Certification and Licensing Voucher Request (COOL Voucher Request Form).

As with any credential, you must meet all other eligibility criteria and the certification or license vendors' requirements.

Opportunities for Navy Reservists

If you are a Navy Reservist, officer or enlisted, you may now be eligible for funding for credentials related to your civilian occupation. The certification or license must have relevance to the needs of the Navy, and must appear on Navy COOL, although it does not need to show the Navy Bucks icon to be funded.

To validate your civilian occupation, you will need a screen shot from Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) showing the Civilian Occupational Code. Please send the NSIPS screenshot with your OPNAV 1500/57 Professional Certification and Licensing Voucher Request (COOL Voucher Request Form).

In lieu of NSIPS documentation you may also submit a command endorsed and executed NAVPERS 1070/613 (PG-13) Administrative Remarks form noting your civilian occupation along with your OPNAV 1500/57 Professional Certification and Licensing Voucher Request (COOL Voucher Request Form). You must sign the PG-13.

As with any credential, you must meet all other eligibility criteria and the certification or license vendors' requirements.

Prior Other-Service Occupation

If you are Navy (Active or Reserve), you may now be eligible for funding for credentials related to prior other-Service (Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard) occupation. The certification or license must have relevance to the needs of the Navy, and must appear on Navy COOL, although it does not need to show the Navy Bucks Navy Bucks icon icon to be funded.

To validate your prior other-Service occupation, you will need to provide Navy COOL with a document (e.g. DD-214; or Military Service School completion certificate; or other document) showing your other-Service occupation. Please send the document (scanned & emailed) with your OPNAV 1500/57 Professional Certification and Licensing Voucher Request (COOL Voucher Request Form).

As with any credential, you must meet all other eligibility criteria and the certification or license vendors' requirements.

Credentials Earned & Maintained Prior to Joining the Navy

If you are Navy (Active or Reserve), you may now be eligible for funding for credentials that were earned, and maintained, prior to entering the Navy. The certification or license must have relevance to the needs of the Navy, and must appear on Navy COOL, although it does not need to show the Navy Bucks Navy Bucks icon icon to be funded.

To validate your earned & maintained credential, you will need to provide Navy COOL with a scanned or emailed document (e.g. credential certificate document, screenshot from your credential dashboard, digital badge, etc…) showing the credential earned and maintained. Please send the document (scanned & emailed) with your OPNAV 1500/57 Professional Certification and Licensing Voucher Request (COOL Voucher Request Form).

As with any credential, you must meet all other eligibility criteria and the certification or license vendors' requirements.

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Click here to go to Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 3 years

The American Society for Quality (ASQ), Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) credential is for the professional who understands product quality evaluation and control. CQEs demonstrate an understanding of quality control systems, application and analysis of testing and inspection procedures, how to use metrology and statistical methods to diagnose and correct improper quality control methods, and quality cost concepts and techniques. In addition, CQEs know how to develop and administer management information systems and audit quality systems for deficiency identification and correction and understand human factors and motivation. Candidates must meet a combination of education and experience requirements. Candidates must pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 3 years

The American Society for Quality (ASQ), Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) is a professional who understands the principles of performance evaluation and can improve product/systems safety, reliability, and maintainability. The CRE body of knowledge includes, but is not limited to, design review and control, prediction, estimation, and apportionment methodology, failure mode, and effects analysis, human reliability factors in reliability, and the ability to develop and administer reliability information systems for failure analysis. Candidates must meet a combination of education and experience requirements. Candidates must pass a written exam.
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Renewal Period: 3 years

The American Society for Quality (ASQ), Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB) is a professional who can explain Six Sigma philosophies and principles, including supporting systems and tools. Certified Six Sigma Black Belts demonstrate team leadership, understand team dynamics and assign team member roles and responsibilities. CSSBB candidates have a thorough understanding of all aspects of the define, measure, analyze, improve and control (DMAIC) model in accordance with Six Sigma principles. Candidates have a basic knowledge of lean enterprise concepts, are able to identify non-value-added elements and activities and are able to use specific tools. CSSBB candidates must have two completed projects with signed affidavits or one completed project with signed affidavit and three years of work experience in one or more areas of the Six Sigma Body of Knowledge. Candidates do not need to be a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt to qualify for the CSSBB. Candidates must pass a written examination.
Click here to go to Certified Manufacturing Engineer (CMfgE) COOL Snapshot page.

Certified Manufacturing Engineer (CMfgE). Professionals who earn a CMfgE demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of manufacturing processes and practices. Earning the CMfgE requires a minimum of eight combined years of manufacturing-related education and work experience (a minimum of four years must be work experience). If a candidate has earned the CMfgT certification, he or she may qualify with seven combined years of manufacturing-related education and work experience. Candidates must pass the Manufacturing Engineering examination. Topics on the examination include math, applied science, design, materials, manufacturing processes, manufacturing management, manufacturing economics, quality control, computer applications, and automation.
Click here to go to Certified Technology Manager (CTM) COOL Snapshot page.

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Click here to go to Certified Senior Technology Manager (CSTM) COOL Snapshot page.

Certified Senior Technology Manager (CSTM). This is an advanced-level credential. Certification at the senior level requires a dedication to continuing education, and to promoting your continued growth and development as a professional in the technology field. Candidates must be currently certified in the CEG, CMS, CTM, or CTP programs, or must be eligible for them (i.e., passed the examination, meet education, employment, and ATMAE membership prerequisites). Candidates must also report thirty Professional Development Units (PDUs) of continuing education activity that were completed prior to the application (within prior three years). CSTM certification is renewable every three years, and requires 30 PDUs of continuing education activity within each 3-year CSTM period to be eligible for recertification.
Click here to go to Project Management Professional (PMP) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 3 years

The Project Management Institute (PMI), Project Management Professional (PMP) is an advanced skill level credential for professionals who lead and direct projects. PMPs perform their duties under general supervision for the duration of a project and are responsible for all aspects of a project. PMPs lead cross-functional teams to deliver projects within the constraints of schedule, budget, and scope. Project Managers seeking certification through PMI must possess knowledge and experience to apply a methodology to projects that have well-defined requirements and deliverables. To apply for the PMP, candidates must meet experiential and educational requirements and pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Nuclear Power Plant Operator - Pressurized Water Reactors (PWR) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 6 years

The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Nuclear Power plant Operator – Pressurized Water Reactors (PWR) credential is for professionals who operate nuclear power plants. NRC licenses all professionals who either operate or supervise the operation of controls of a commercially owned nuclear power reactor or a test center in the United States. NRC regulates with a mix of regulatory requirements: initial licensing, including written examinations and operating tests, oversight of requalification training and examination programs, including enforcement. Reactor operators must demonstrate knowledge in three major areas: components, reactor theory, and thermodynamics. The license is only valid to operate the facility for which the candidate applied. Candidates must pass a written and operating exam.
Click here to go to Entry Level Tender/Diver COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 2 years

The Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI), Entry Level Tender/Diver certification is recommended for entry-level commercial divers and diver tenders. ADCI requires meeting education, experience, training, and physical requirements. Professional entry-level divers and diver tenders have skills and abilities to continuously tending a diver, preparing and supporting a dive until its completion, supporting in-water decompression, assisting divers in dressing and undressing, confirming that the diver's equipment is functioning properly, informing the diving supervisor that the diver is ready, and other activities.
Click here to go to Air Diver COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 5 years

The Association of Diving Contractors Internationsl (ACDI), Air Diver, also called the Surface-Supplied Air Diver, certification is recommended for newer intermediate-level commercial divers. Applicants must have achieved the ADCI Entry Level Tender/Diver certification prior to pursuing the Air Diver credential. In addition to the expectations of Entry Level Divers, Air Divers must have adequate knowledge, training and familiarization with all life-support and equipment designated to diving operations; read, understand and comply with all employer's policies and governmental regulations; accomplish all tasks assigned by the diving supervisor; and have reviewed and be familiar with the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), plus other expectations. Air Divers must meet specific training and experience requirements as well.
Click here to go to Mixed-Gas Diver COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 5 years

The Mixed Gas Diver certification is recommended for intermediate-level commercial divers. Applicants must have achieved the ADCI Entry Level Tender/Diver, and ADCI Air Diver certifications prior to pursuing the Mixed Gas Diver credential. In addition to the expectations of the earlier level divers, Mixed Gas Divers accomplish all tasks assigned by the diving supervisor; have adequate knowledge, training and familiarization with all life-support and equipment designated to the diving operations; read, understand and comply with all employer's policies and governmental regulations; ensure that the deepest depth attained during the dive has been established before the ascent; safely transition from the water to the decompression chamber without avoidable delay; plus other expectations. Mixed Gas Diver must meet training and experience requirements as well.
Click here to go to Mixed Gas Diving Supervisor COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 5 years

The Mixed Gas Diving Supervisor certification is recommended for intermediate-level commercial divers. Applicants must have achieved the ADCI Entry Level Tender/Diver, ADCI Air Diver, and ADCI Mixed Gas Diver certifications prior to pursuing the Mixed Gas Diving Supervisor credential. In addition to the expectations of the earlier level divers, Mixed Gas Diving Supervisors ensure that the diving equipment designated for use is suitable for the planned operation, compliant with regulatory requirements for the diving mode used and inspected prior to each dive and is in good working order; ensure that all relevant operating instructions, manuals, decompression tables, treatment schedules and regulatory publications are available at the dive location and are maintained to reflect current changes and/or developments; ensure the detailed briefing of diving team and support personnel, includes disclosure of tasks to be undertaken and unusual hazards or environmental conditions; make modifications to standard procedures to meet safety needs; plus other expectations. Mixed Gas Diving Supervisors must meet training and experience requirements as well.
Click here to go to Bell/Saturation Diver COOL Snapshot page.

The Bell/Saturation Diver certification is recommended for advanced-level commercial divers. Applicants must have achieved the ADCI Entry Level Tender/Diver, ADCI Air Diver, and ADCI Mixed Gas Diver and certifications prior to pursuing the Bell/Saturation Diver credential. In addition to the expectations of the earlier level divers, Bell/Saturation Divers assist in the training of new personnel or tender/divers; accomplish all tasks assigned by the diving supervisor; have adequate knowledge, training and familiarization with all life-support and equipment designated to the diving operations; read, understand and comply with all employer's policies and governmental regulations; ensure that the deepest depth attained during the dive has been established before the ascent; safely transition from the water to the decompression chamber without avoidable delay; plus other expectations. Bell/Saturation Diver must meet training and experience requirements as well.
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The Bell/Saturation Diving Supervisor certification is recommended for highly advanced-level commercial divers. Applicants must have achieved the ADCI Entry Level Tender/Diver, ADCI Air Diver, ADCI Mixed Gas Diver, ADCI Mixed Gas Diving Supervisor, and ADCI Bell/Saturation Diver certifications prior to pursuing the Bell/Saturation Diving Supervisor credential. In addition to the expectations of the earlier level divers, Bell/Saturation Diving Supervisors; while on duty, be in immediate control and available to implement emergency procedures; ensure diving operations are carried out from a suitable and safe location on the surface; develop or modify and produce pre- and post-dive checklists for the operation; develop and implement emergency/contingency procedures; plus other expectations. Bell/Saturation Diving Supervisors must meet training and experience requirements as well.
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The Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) has developed a certification program whereby properly trained Commercial Divers can obtain certification cards to recognize their qualifications and competency level as defined in the ADCI Consensus Standards for Commercial Diving Operations and Underwater Operations. ADCI has established certification cards to support various levels of commercial diving classifications. The Life Support Technician card will be issued by ADCI to personnel who have: Performed at least 100 field days as an assistant Life Support Technician. It is preferred, but not mandatory that this individual shall have been previously certified to at least the level of an Air Diver.
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The Associate Engineering Technologist (AT) certification is intended for individuals who have graduated from an engineering technology bachelor's degree program accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC/ABET). An engineering degree will NOT be considered as a substitute for a program from an accredited school. The Associate Engineering Technologist (AT) grade is available upon graduation, No work experience is required for certification at the AT grade.
Click here to go to Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 2 years

The National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology, Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT) is an additional certification beyond a candidate’s qualifying profession. Qualifying professions include respiratory therapist, physician assistant, active duty military corpsman, EMT/paramedic, nurse or physician. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is the medical procedure of introducing large amounts of oxygen, under extreme atmospheric pressure, into the bloodstream of those afflicted with a variety of medical conditions. Candidates must meet a combination of experience and education requirements. Candidates must pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Diving Medical Technician (DMT) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 2 years

The National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology, Diving Medical Technician (DMT) is for divers who need to be able to respond in emergency situations, when physicians are not in close proximity. The DMT is a diving paramedic who is trained to administer physician ordered adjunctive interventions and manage complications related to decompression insults and barotrauma. Candidates must meet training requirements and pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (CMRP) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 3 years

The Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professional (SMRP), Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) is a certification for maintenance, reliability and physical asset management professionals. CMRP candidates should possess aptitude in the following areas: business and management, equipment reliability, manufacturing process reliability, organization and leadership, and work management. There are no experience or education eligibility requirements. Candidates must pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (ICBB) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 3 years

The International Association for Six Sigma Certification (IASSC), Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (ICBB) credential is for the professional who knows the Lean Six Sigma Methodology and leads complex improvement projects, typically full-time. A Lean Six Sigma Black Belt demonstrates a thorough understanding of all aspects of the Lean Six Sigma Method including a high-level of competence in the subject matters contained within the phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC). A Lean Six Sigma Black Belt implements, performs, interprets, and applies Lean Six Sigma at an advanced level of proficiency. Candidates must pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (ICGB) COOL Snapshot page.

Renewal Period: 3 years

The International Association for Six Sigma Certification (IASSC), Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (ICGB) recognizes professionals who are well versed in the core to advanced elements of Lean Six Sigma Methodology. ICGBs possess a thorough understanding of all aspects of the Lean Six Sigma Method including competence in subject matters contained within the phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) as defined by the IASSC Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Body of Knowledge and understand how to implement, perform, interpret and apply Lean Six Sigma at a high level of proficiency. ICGBs lead improvement projects and/or serve as team members on more complex improvement projects lead by a Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, typically in a part-time role. There are no prerequisites required to take the ICGB exam.
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Click here to go to Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam - Electrical and Computer COOL Snapshot page.

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam - Electrical and Computer, is generally the first step in the process of becoming a professional licensed engineer (P.E.). The FE Exam is designed for recent graduates and students who are close to finishing an undergraduate engineering degree from an EAC/ABET-accredited program. Candidates must review specific eligibility requirements that are determined by each licensing board.  Candidates must pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam - Mechanical COOL Snapshot page.

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam - Mechanical, is generally the first step in the process of becoming a professional licensed engineer (P.E.). The FE Exam is designed for recent graduates and students who are close to finishing an undergraduate engineering degree from an EAC/ABET-accredited program. Candidates must review specific eligibility requirements that are determined by each licensing board.  Candidates must pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam - Other Disciplines COOL Snapshot page.

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam - Other Disciplines, is generally the first step in the process of becoming a professional licensed engineer (P.E.). The FE Exam is designed for recent graduates and students who are close to finishing an undergraduate engineering degree from an EAC/ABET-accredited program. Candidates must review specific eligibility requirements that are determined by each licensing board.  Candidates must pass a written exam.
Click here to go to Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam - Control Systems COOL Snapshot page.

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam - Control Systems tests for a minimum level of competency in control systems engineering. It is designed for engineers who have gained a minimum of four years of post-college work experience in the discipline. Eligibility to sit for the exam varies and is determined by each licensing board.
Click here to go to Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam - Electrical and Computer COOL Snapshot page.

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam - Electrical and Computer tests for a minimum level of competency in electrical and computer engineering. It is designed for engineers who have gained a minimum of four years of post-college work experience in the discipline. Eligibility to sit for the exam varies and is determined by each licensing board.
Click here to go to Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam - Mechanical COOL Snapshot page.

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam - Mechanical tests for a minimum level of competency in mechanical engineering. It is designed for engineers who have gained a minimum of four years of post-college work experience in the discipline. Eligibility to sit for the exam varies and is determined by each licensing board.
Click here to go to Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam - Naval Architecture and Marine COOL Snapshot page.

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam - Naval Architecture and Marine tests for a minimum level of competency in naval architecture and marine engineering. It is designed for engineers who have gained a minimum of four years of post-college work experience in the discipline. Eligibility to sit for the exam varies and is determined by each licensing board.

In Demand

This certification is considered in demand. The U.S. Department of Labor sponsored CareerOneStop's analysis indicates the certification is frequently mentioned in online job postings.

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Navy Bucks

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GI Bill®

Reimbursement for exam fees has been approved for payment through the GI Bill.

Note: GI Bill approval data is updated quarterly. For the latest information, visit the WEAMS Licenses/Certifications Search page. Make sure to select "Both" in the LAC Category Type drop-down before searching.

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Some

Credential is related to some tasks associated with the duties of the rating (at least one critical task but less than 80%)

Most

Credential is directly related to most of the major duties associated with the rating (at least 80%)

Other

Credential is related to this military occupation, but is more advanced or specialized and therefore will likely require additional education, training, or experience

High

Highly attainable: Credential is related to the duties performed within the military occupation, the minimum education requirement = HS or less and/or minimum experience = 2 years or less experience and no additional requirements.

Medium

Moderate ease of attainment: Credential is related to the duties performed within the military occupation, the minimum education requirement = Associate's and/or prerequisite and/or minimum experience = more than 2 years and less than 10 years of experience.

Low

May be difficult to attain: Credential is related to the duties performed within the military occupation, the minimum education requirement is a Bachelor's degree, and/or minimum experience is 10 or more years.

Most – Tasks in these careers match most duties of the military job or specialty (approximately 80% or greater)
Some – Tasks in these careers match some duties of the military job or specialty (greater than 20% but less than 80%)
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Registered Apprenticeship

An apprenticeship program is registered with the U.S. Department of Labor. Go to the Apprenticeship Finder and enter career path or location to find apprenticeship opportunities.

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