prev next
Home

TOP NEWS

Royal Australian Navy personnel receive training at the home of the U.S. Submarine Force
(240202-N-KB946-1014)( NEW LONDON, Conn --  Royal Australian Navy Lt. William Hall, Lt. Cmdr. Adam Klyne, and Lt. Cmdr. James Heydon are the first Aussie officers to attend the U.S. Naval Submarine School’s Submarine Officer Basic School in Groton, Connecticut, Feb. 20, 2024. These sailors are part of a decades-long plan that will see Australia fielding its own fleet of nuclear-powered submarines.
Feb. 20, 2024 - NEW LONDON, Conn. — Three Royal Australian Navy (RAN) officers began the U.S. Navy’s Submarine Officer Basic Course (SOBC), known commonly as “Submarine School,” where they will learn to tactically employ nuclear-powered...

Navy Approves Over $50M for Workforce Development Initiatives
Feb. 9, 2024 - WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Navy has awarded over $50 million towards workforce development and capital improvement initiatives at Bath Iron Works and Huntington Ingalls shipyards. This incentive, in alignment with the Fiscal Year...

In AUKUS First, Royal Australian Navy personnel report to U.S. Submarine Tender
Feb. 6, 2024 - Washington, DC (Feb. 6, 2024) — More than three dozen Royal Australian Navy (RAN) sailors and officers reported aboard the submarine tender USS Emory S. Land (AS 39) as part of the ship’s crew under a Personnel Exchange...

Navy marks ceremonial stand-up of CVN Inactivation and Disposal Program Office 
240202-N-N2201-001 (Feb. 2, 2024) WASHINGTON -- Capt. William “Bryant” Cleveland salutes PMS 312 Program Manager CAPT Mark Johnson during the Stand-Up Ceremony for the PMS 368 Aircraft Carrier Inactivation and Disposal Program Office. “The goal for Navy and this office is to be a responsible steward of the environment, while serving the needs of the Fleet and the trust of taxpayers,” Cleveland explained. “It’s full-time work—and a task that must be performed with the utmost respect for the legacy of these amazing warfighting platforms and the crews who served on them.”
Feb. 2, 2024 - WASHINGTON -- As the nation’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier sits pierside at Newport News Shipbuilding awaiting dismantlement, a small team of Navy engineers, planners, and financial analysts have been working for...

NUWC hosted another TECHTalk focused on Design for Manufacturing and Assembly
Employees of Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport participate in a Technical Talk recently held at the command as part of a partnership between its Undersea Weapons Department and the Naval Postgraduate School.
Jan. 24, 2024 - As technology evolves at an unprecedented pace, staying ahead of the curve requires a commitment to continuous learning. Recognizing the importance of skill development, the Undersea Weapon’s Department at Naval Undersea...

Navy Accepts Delivery of USNS Cody
Jan. 17, 2024 - MOBILE, Ala. – The U.S. Navy accepted delivery of the first Flight II Expeditionary Fast Transport vessel, USNS Cody (EPF 14), January 11.EPFs are designed to operate in shallow waterways and are capable of a wide range of...

NSWC IHD Announces CITE Partnership Agreement with Aerojet Rocketdyne, an L3Harris Technologies Company
Aerojet Rocketdyne, an L3Harris Technologies company, and Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division (NSWC IHD) have signed a multi-year agreement to increase production for solid rocket motors.  [Pictured left to right: Tyler Evans, President of Missile Solutions, Aerojet Rocketdyne; Ross Niebergall, President, Aerojet Rocketdyne; Ashley Johnson, Technical Director, NSWC IHD; Navy Capt. Steve Duba, Commanding Officer, NSWC IHD]
Jan. 11, 2024 - INDIAN HEAD, Md. —Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division (NSWC IHD) officially announced the signing of a Public-Private Partnership (P3) Agreement with Aerojet Rocketdyne, an L3Harris Technologies company, under...

U.S. Navy Announces Launch of Vanguard Unmanned Surface Vessel
231213-N-N2201-001 MOBILE, Ala. -- The U.S. Navy’s newest Overlord Unmanned Surface Vessel Vanguard (OUSV3), launched from Austal USA’s shipyard in Mobile, Ala, Dec. 13, 2023. Vanguard is the first USV for the Navy purpose-built for autonomous operations from the keel-up. (Photo courtesy of Austal USA / RELEASED)
Jan. 11, 2024 - MOBILE, Ala. — The U.S. Navy’s newest Overlord Unmanned Surface Vessel Vanguard (OUSV3), was recently launched from Austal USA’s shipyard in Mobile, Alabama. Vanguard is the first USV for the Navy purpose-built for autonomous...

Suicide Prevention graphic

SOCIAL MEDIA

 

Follow us also on Twitter and LinkedIn

  STRATEGIC DOCUMENTS

   PDF Document: Strategic Document

Interested in joining our team... 
 

Check our Career page for more information
or go directly to our list of open positions at:

USA JOBS search - click on this graphic to go to USA JOBS website.

 

 

SPECIAL RESOURCES