PSNS & IMF to conduct oil spill training exercise
By PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | July 10, 2018
BREMERTON, Wash. -- Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility will practice its ability to protect the Sinclair Inlet environment during an oil spill response training exercise on Thursday, July 12.
Shipyard honors employees for long years of service
By | June 26, 2018
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility formally recognized 13 employees for their years working for the government, including one with more than 50 years of combined military and civilian federal service.
Shipyard, Naval Undersea Museum partner to preserve piece of historic submarine
By Max Maxfield, PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | May 9, 2018
Capt. Howard Markle, commander of PSNS & IMF, and Museum Director Lindy Dosher officially transferred ownership of the control room from the experimental nuclear research submarine NR-1 from the shipyard to the museum during a ceremony in the museum’s private storage area May 8, 2018, in Keyport, Washington.
Everett Detachment Sailor honored as Navy Diver of the Year
By Silvia Klatman, PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | April 19, 2018
Shortly after being recognized as Everett Detachment’s 2017 Junior Sailor of the Year at PSNS & IMF’s Employee of the Year ceremony, ND1 (DWS/EXW) Eric Lehman received more good news.
PSNS & IMF hosts technology trial for human assistive technologies
By Max Maxfield, PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | April 5, 2018
Managers, process improvement specialists and tradespeople got an up-close look at devices intended to ease their burdens, reduce injuries and increase productivity during an assistive technology trial Feb. 26-28 in Building 460.
Tugs, broncs and brawn needed to move mighty warships
By Michele Fletcher, PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | March 23, 2018
When USS Nimitz (CVN 68) was moved into Dry dock 6 at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenace Facility, it took a coordinated effort by harbor pilots, tugboat crews, Sailors aboard the ship, line handlers on shore, and bronc crews who operate the smallest boats used at the shipyard.
Done! PSNS & IMF completes Stennis work 5 days early
By PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | Aug. 14, 2017
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility certified the completion of USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) planned incremental availability five days early. ...
Whether testing cranes or carving them in wood, quality matters
By Max Maxfield, PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | July 17, 2017
After spending all day testing cranes to ensure they work perfectly, Jeff Iller, a heavy equipment specialist with Code 722 Crane Test, goes home and continues to seek perfection in the shaping of wood. ...
PSNS & IMF manager honored by NAACP
By PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | June 30, 2017
A senior manager at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility is among the Department of Defense personnel selected for 2017 honors by the NAACP. ...
Navy veteran, Code 740 rigger retires with pride
By Michele Fletcher, PSNS & IMF on the Waterfront Public Affairs | May 24, 2017
Terry Slye has been a part of the Navy world for nearly 65 years. He is currently the oldest employee working for PSNS & IMF. The 82-year-old veteran is getting ready to retire, finally. ...
PSNS & IMF honors 34 employees, Sailors at ceremony
By PSNS & IMF Public Affairs | April 10, 2017
The Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility honored 34 employees and Sailors as the best in their respective categories at the annual Employee of the Year Ceremony ...