NUWC Division Newport...
One of two divisions of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, is
the Navy's full-spectrum research, development, test and
evaluation, engineering, and fleet support center for submarine
warfare systems and many other systems associated with the
NUWC Division Newport provides the technical foundation that
enables the conceptualization, research, development, fielding,
modernization, and maintenance of systems that ensure our Navy's
NUWC Division Newport is responsible, cradle to grave, for all
aspects of systems under its charter, and is engaged in efforts
ranging from participation in fundamental research to the
support of evolving operational capabilities in the U.S.
Navy fleet. The major thrust of NUWC Division Newport's
activities is in applied research and system development.
With headquarters in Rhode Island, NUWC Division Newport
operates detachments at West Palm Beach, Florida, and Andros
Island in the Bahamas. Remote test facilities are located at
and Fisher's Island in New York, and
NUWC Newport engineer Raymond F. Travelyn and retired employee David L. Culbertson have been named winners of the Office of Naval Research Vice Adm. Harold G. Bowen Award for Patented Inventions.
Norman Kowalski, a technical program manager (TPM) at Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Newport, has been selected as the winner of a 2013 Copernicus Award.
Sandie Grage, a mathematician at Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport, has won the prestigious Science Spectrum Trailblazer Award, sponsored by the US Black Engineer and Information Technology magazine.