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NSWC Crane and WBI Sign New Partnership Intermediary Agreement (PIA)
NSWC Crane and WBI Sign New Partnership Intermediary Agreement (PIA)
Nearly 700 children attend NUWC Newport’s Bring a Child to Work Day to learn about STEM careers, Navy traditions
Nearly 700 children attend NUWC Newport’s Bring a Child to Work Day to learn about STEM careers, Navy traditions
Nearly 700 children attend NUWC Newport’s Bring a Child to Work Day to learn about STEM careers, Navy traditions
Nearly 700 children attend NUWC Newport’s Bring a Child to Work Day to learn about STEM careers, Navy traditions
Nearly 700 children attend NUWC Newport’s Bring a Child to Work Day to learn about STEM careers, Navy traditions
Cmdr. John Bauer, DDG 1000 program manager's representative, signs paperwork accepting delivery of the future USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001).  Following a crew certification period, Michael Monsoor will transit to its homeport in San Diego, California, for commissioning in January 2019.
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (March 28, 2018) - A developmental, early variant of the Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV) autonomously conducts maneuvers on the Potomac River Test Range during its demonstration before government, defense contractors, military personnel - and an Osprey. Navy scientists and engineers plan to prove the power of Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) developed weapons systems integrated with the developmental CUSV at a gunfire demonstration later this year. A cooperative research and development agreement between NSWCDD and Textron Systems covers the integration of missile, designator, and remote weapon station payloads to the CUSV with its 3,500-pound payload capacity on the deck and a payload bay measuring 20.5 x 6.5 feet.
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (March 28, 2018) - Navy scientist Ben Wheeler briefs visitors on an engagement system integral to the Surface and Expeditionary Warfare Mission Module technologies and weapons toe integrated on the developmental Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV). The mission module comprises engagement system technology developed at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) coupled with a Battle Management System that controls munitions such as the Longbow Hellfire Missile. The event comes on the heels of a cooperative research and development agreement that NSWCDD signed with Textron Systems who makes the CUSV. The Navy and Textron Systems plan to prove that direct and indirect fire capability with a gunfire demonstration later this year, followed by a live missile shoot in 2019. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (March 28, 2018) - Navy scientist Dr. Chris Weiland briefs visitors on the coordinated use of unmanned aerial vehicles for intelligence and targeting at a demonstration of the Surface and Expeditionary Warfare Mission Module that will be integrated in the developmental Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV). The mission module comprises engagement system technology developed by Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division coupled with a Battle Management System that controls munitions such as the Longbow Hellfire Missile. The event comes on the heels of a cooperative research and development agreement that NSWCDD signed with Textron Systems who makes the CUSV. The agreement covers the integration of missile, designator, and remote weapon station payloads to the CUSV with its 3,500-pound payload capacity on the deck and a payload bay measuring 20.5 x 6.5 feet.  (
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (March 28, 2018) - John Fiore, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) technical director, addresses government, defense contractors and military personnel at a demonstration of NSWCDD-developed weapon technologies and Textron Systems' developmental Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV). The autonomous Navy weapons systems - known as the Surface and Expeditionary Warfare Mission Module - are to be integrated as a proof of concept with the autonomous CUSV. “Our partnerships with industry allow us to move fast,” said Fiore. “If you’re the one that’s going to be giving this capability to warfighters, I want you to be effective in doing that. That’s what motivates us and that’s why we collaborate. That’s why it’s so important for us to have you here today with your equipment and have you partnering with us.” (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. - A Scan Eagle unmanned aerial vehicle launches from the Potomac River Test Range. Navy scientist Dr. Chris Weiland briefed visitors on the coordinated use of unmanned aerial vehicles for intelligence and targeting at a demonstration of Surface and Expeditionary Warfare Mission Module weapons at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), March 28. Navy scientists and engineers will integrate the mission module - comprising NSWCDD-developed engagement system technology and a Battle Management System - with Textron Systems' developmental Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV). A cooperative research and development agreement between NSWCDD and Textron Systems covers the integration of missile, designator, and remote weapon station payloads to the developmental CUSV.   (U.S. Navy photo by John Williams/Released)
Capt. Howard Markle, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility commander, presents ND1 (DWS/EXW) Eric Lehman, a diver with PSNS & IMF Everett Detachment, with the PSNS & IMF Everett Detachment's Junior Sailor of the Year Award during the Employee of the Year Ceremony, March 29, 2018, at the Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, Washington. (U.S. Navy photo by Carie Hagins, PSNS & IMF photographer)
Bob Keane, former executive director for Surface Ship Design and Systems Engineering at the Naval Sea Systems Command, speaks to engineers and naval architects April 12, 2018, at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, for the third in the series of Rear Adm. David W. Taylor Naval Architecture Lecture. (U.S. Navy photo by Jake Cirksena/Released)
Employees representing Naval Surface Warfare Centers (NSWC) in the mid-Atlantic region, sit on a young professional’s panel during the meeting of the Naval Engineering Education Consortium on April 11, 2018, at NSWC Carderock Division in West Bethesda, Md. (U.S. Navy photo by Jake Cirksena/Released)
Students from regional elementary and middle schools participate in the MATHCOUNTS-style speed round as Dr. Paul Shang, acting technical director for Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, feeds them the math problems at the Carderock Math Contest in West Bethesda, Md., on April 13, 2018. (U.S. Navy photo by Jake Cirksena/Released)
Acting Executive Director, Amphibious, Auxiliary and Sealift Office, Program Executive Office, Ships
Ms. Marianne Lyons is currently serving as the Acting Executive Director, Combatants in the Program Executive Office, Ships
Command Master Chief Shelly D. Zakimi, USN
Command Master Chief, PSNS & IMF Detachment Everett