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Since 1987, Docucon Imaging Services has converted more than 20 million pages of Navy Technical Manuals. When laid end-to-end, the pages would create an 8.5x11 paper path from New York City to San Francisco . . . and make the turn for the trip back.

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Paper Aweigh!

Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) is the largest of the Navy's five systems commands. NAVSEA engineers, builds and supports America's Fleet of ships and combat systems.

The nearly 50,000 NAVSEA team members serve the Fleet in four shipyards, the undersea and surface warfare centers, at major shipbuilding locations and the Navy headquarters.

Maintenance and training are key elements for preparedness. Not to many years ago, ships carried literally tons of paper in the form of Technical Manuals for equipment maintenance. In the mid-1980's the Navy embarked on a program to digitize this documentation. It was during this time that Docucon Imaging Services first became involved with the Department of Defense, performing a variety of document conversion services. We have converted Tech Manuals, drawings, schematics, aperture cards and mil specs and standards to digital formats.

Today, when a Sailor reaches for a Tech Manual, more than likely they reach for their laptop PC or a CD. Tech Manuals have gone digital. By having this information at the point of work, Sailors can perform their assignments with a much greater degree of efficiency and reduced cost.

Our association with this Department of Defense initiative spans 23 years and more than 30 million images. All of these documents were converted at our Secure facility in San Antonio, Texas.