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Joint Service Diving Officers Course participants toured Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division on June 29, 2018. The Diving Officer course trains Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Engineering Duty Officers, Civil Engineer Corps Officers, Army Engineer, and Coast Guard Officers in supervision and diving techniques for surface supplied air and mixed gas, SCUBA, and closed circuit operations. U.S. Navy Photo by Susan H. Lawson.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division welcomed aboard Joint Service Diving Officers for a tour of facilities to learn about diving capabilities for their missions and training on June 29, 2018. John Kelly, left, branch head of diving fleet systems discusses use of the diver ascent capsule with 2nd Lt Maximilian Krieg, right, U.S. Army. The Joint Diving Officer Course is designed to provide initial pipeline training for officers assigned to a diving command. This course trains U.S. Navy, Army, and Coast Guard officers to safely and effectively perform as a diver, dive team member, Diving Supervisor, and a Diving Officer in accordance with the U. S. Navy Diving Manual and approved technical manuals. U.S. Navy Photo by Susan H. Lawson.
Cassie Dennison, a Florida State University freshman, tightens a bolt on an unmanned system June 12, 2018 at Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division. Dennison is a Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program intern who will work at NSWC PCD for 10 weeks. Twenty-six interns were selected in 2018 for the competitive 10-week paid internship offered to students across the United States. (RELEASED) U.S. Navy photo by Ronnie Newsome.
Fourteen new federal civil servants took the Oath of Office at Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division June 11, 2018. NSWC Panama City Division is a Naval Sea Systems Command Warfare Center, also known as a laboratory, and employs more than 1,400 scientists and engineers in support of mine warfare, naval special warfare, amphibious and expeditionary maneuver systems, and all other systems that occur in the littorals. (RELEASED). U.S. Navy photo by Eddie Green, NSWC PCD.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division Amphibious and Expeditionary Maneuver Systems Deputy Department Head Carl Walters, right, shakes hands and welcomes new employees after they took the Oath of Office. The newly hired employees were part of a ceremony held in the NSWC PCD headquarter building June 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. (RELEASED). U.S. Navy photo by Eddie Green, NSWC PCD.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD)Commanding Officer Capt. Aaron Peters, USN, left, congratulates Navy Diver Chief (DSW/EXW/SW) Taylor Arney, USN, right, on receiving the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for his meritorious service while serving as research, development, testing, and evaluation diving operations chief and assistant production officer at NSWC PCD. U.S. Navy photo by Eddie Green
Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD)Commanding Officer Capt. Aaron Peters, USN, left, frocks Naval Aircrewman 1st Class (NAC/AW) Martin Long, USN, right, with the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his professional achievement as operations leading petty officer at NSWC PCD. U.S. Navy photo by Eddie Green
Five Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and Florida State University (FAMU-FSU) College of Engineering deans visited Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) June 1, 2018. The deans met with NSWC PCD leadership and project leads, like Amanda Bobe featured here, to learn about the Division's technical capabilities. Bobe, assigned to NSWC Panama City Division, explains unmanned systems and NSWC PCD's role in the Naval Unmanned Systems Shared Resource Center. Featured here is, from left to right, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies Dr. Farrukh Alvi, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Rajan Kumar, and Dean of Engineering Dr. John M. Gibson. (RELEASED) U.S. Navy photo by Susan H. Lawson.
Master Diver Chuck Foster, assigned to Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division, was frocked May 11, 2018 to the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer in a ceremony in Panama City, Florida. Foster was frocked by retired Master Chief Petty Officer Gordon Westbrook, left, and NSWC PCD Commanding Officer Capt. Aaron Peters, USN, right. (RELEASED) U.S. Navy photo by Anthony Powers, NSWC PCD.
Naval Engineering and Education Consortium college students listen to Senior Chief Petty Officer Josh Pearsall, assigned to Assault Craft Unit FOUR Detachment Panama City, explains the mission and science behind landing craft air cushions during a visit to Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division May 10, 2018. (RELEASED) U.S. Navy photo by Ronnie Newsome, NSWC PCD.
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Naval Engineering and Education Consortium college students listen to Senior Chief Petty Officer Josh Pearsall, assigned to Assault Craft Unit FOUR Detachment Panama City, explains the mission and science behind landing craft air cushions during a visit to Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division May 10, 2018. (RELEASED) U.S. Navy photo by Ronnie Newsome, NSWC PCD.
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