Naval Sea Systems Command

 

SERMC is the largest command on board Mayport Naval Station, and occupies Building 1488 along the basin making service to the fleet more efficient.

Machinery Repairman 1st Class Charles Baylis changes a router bit on a CNC Router inside SERMC's Fabrication Laboratory, or Fab Lab. Machinery Repairmen make replacement parts and repair or overhaul ship's engines and auxiliary systems.

Machinery Repairman 2nd Class Lisa Petyak watches the 3-Dimensional (3-D) printer inside SERMC's Fabrication Laboratory, or Fab Lab. The Fab Lab hopes to spark creativity and problem-solving skills for Sailors assigned to SERMC.

Mr. Ray Williams (L) and Hull Technician Fireman Mionna Green (R) watch as Mr. Richard Cornwell inspects the cuts made by the new, state-of-the-art waterjet cutting system. New abrasive waterjet technology enables SERMC to cut components faster and more accurately, getting parts to the fleet more quickly. Photo by Scott Curtis

Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Curtis Spaulding explains to Naval Sea Systems Command Commander Vice. Adm. Tom Moore how he performs maintenance on a MK38 25mm Chain Gun system at Southeast Regional Maintenance Center (SERMC) at Jacksonville, Fla.

Forty-three Sailors at Southeast Regional Maintenance Center (SERMC) in Mayport, Fla., earned Navy Enlisted Classifications (NEC) September 1st through the Navy Afloat Maintenance Training Strategy (NAMTS) with the commander of Naval Sea Systems Command making the presentations. Photo by Scott Curtis.

Machinists Mate 1st Class(SW) Raul Coronado mentors Machinist Mate Fireman Brittany Alldredge while they take shaft alignment measurements using a precision laser and sensor. The laser and laser sensor are mounted on the pump and motor shafts, then the shafts are rotated as the laser sensor measures hundreds of points. Photo by Scott Curtis.

MM1 Brian Hill (R) and EN1 Robin Mosely (L) shovel mulch into a makeshift wheel-barrow at Oak Hill Academy. Hill and Mosely are Sailors with Southeast Regional Maintenance Center in Mayport. Both volunteered to help clean, assemble furniture and prepare classrooms for the 2016-2017 school year. The Southeast Regional Maintenance Center (SERMC) is a World Class organization providing surface ship maintenance, modernization and technical expertise in support of the ships of the US Navy, the world’s finest. SERMC also provides visiting vessel services to foreign navies. We provide the highest level of maintenance, repair, technical expertise, training, craftsmanship and professionalism to the ships and sailors of the U.S. Fleet and the SERMC military and civilian workforce. Photo by Scott Curtis
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