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Navy Experimental Diving Unit

321 Bullfinch Road

Panama City, FL 32407

NEDU Quarterdeck: (850) 230-3100

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LT Garrett Morgan, one of NEDU's active duty researchers, was recently honored as the FY17 US Navy Research Physiologist of the Year! CDR Young presented him with the award and a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal. Congratulations and hoo-yah LT Morgan!
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We kicked off the weekend with some awards! ND1 Adriel Lee and HM1 Thomas Hobbs both received Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals. Hoo-yah!
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Skipper’s turn to try out the synthetic weapons system! Best performance of the day.
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Dive along with VADM Thomas Moore in the NEDU test pool!
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Great way to spend a Tuesday: getting trained on our new synthetic weapons system, which will be used for research and training.
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During his visit to NSA Panama City, RDML Brian Brakke stopped by NEDU to see our saturation diving facilities. NEDU commanding officer CDR Jay Young gave him a tour of the Ocean Simulation Facility and the saturation diving detachment system. Photos by LT Jennifer Jewell, USN.
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Last Thursday, NEDU divers provided the dive side for RDML Brian Brakke as he dove the Diver Augmented Vision Display (DAVD) at NDSTC. The DAVD was developed by researchers at NSWC PCD and allows divers to view their location in relation to underwater targets inside their own helmet. Photos by LT Jennifer Jewell, USN.
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US Navy Divers Keep Students Safe at Carderock During International Human-Powered Submarine Races
Sailors assigned to Navy Experimental Diving Unit (NEDU) stand by to assist in the David Taylor Model Basin during the 14th International Human-Powered Submarine Races (ISR) at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division in West Bethesda, Md., June 28, 2017. NEDU and supporting dive-qualified Sailors in the National Capital Region are helping ensure a safe competition between the students at Carderock racing human-powered submersibles they designed and built for the biennial event, which is sponsored by the Foundation for Underwater Research and Education and is considered the capstone event for science, technology, engineering and mathematics outreach at Carderock.
June 29, 2017 - WEST BETHESDA, Md. (NNS) -- Every other year, hundreds of college and high school students come from around the world to Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division (NSWCCD), to race human-powered submarines they designed and built themselves in the command's David Taylor Model Basin (DTMB).

NEDU Wins Blue H Bronze Anchor Award, Promotes Culture of Health and Safety
June 8, 2017 - WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Navy Surgeon General awarded the Navy Experimental Diving Unit (NEDU) its first Navy Surgeon General's 2016 Blue H (Bronze Anchor level), Naval Sea Systems Command announced June 8.

Navy Experimental Diving Unit Sailors Test New Equipment at 500 Feet
NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY PANAMA CITY Fla. (February 2, 2017) - Sailors at the Navy Experimental Diving Unit (NEDU) stand next to Cmdr. Jay Young, commanding officer of NEDU (right), after emerging from the Ocean Simulation Facility (OSF).  The Sailors coming out of the OSF had just finished the first 500 ft. saturation dive in over 10 years.
Feb. 9, 2017 - PANAMA CITY, Fla. -- Six Sailors assigned to the Navy Experimental Diving Unit (NEDU) at Naval Support Activity Panama City (NSAPC) "re-surfaced" Feb. 2 after completing an 11-day simulated dive in the Ocean Simulation Facility (OSF) by being compressed to the equivalent of a depth of 500 feet.