Not everything in the ocean is natural. A look inside the Navy’s mine warfare center.

The Navy’s oceanography activities go wide and deep. They also include tracking and, if necessary, neutralizing things in the ocean that didn’t get their naturally. Like explosive mines. That’s where the Naval Oceanography Mine Warfare Center comes it. In Federal Drive host Tom Temin’s final interview of this week’s series on naval oceanography, he talks with the Mine Warfare Center’s commanding officer, Commander Matthew Watts.