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Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s Jacqueline Winborne Named Department of Labor Apprentice of the Year for 2021
March 24, 2022
Shop 57 Insulator Jacqueline Winborne was recently named the Department of Labor's Apprentice of the Year for 2022 during a virtual ceremony Jan. 31. She was presented the award by Capt. Dianna Wolfson and Supervisor Delmonta Palmer Mar. 16.

NNSY Auditors Answer the Call to Support the Corporate Special Emphasis Programs
March 2, 2022
The Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) auditors were recently awarded BZ100s for their efforts to support the Corporate Special Emphasis Programs. Learn more about them in this article by NNSY's SUBSAFE Program Director John Finefield.

Think Smart, Think OPSEC: NNSY Celebrates Operations Security Wins with Naval OPSEC Support Team Director from Naval Information Forces
February 15, 2022
The Comptroller Department (Code 600) wins the 2021 Second Quarter Excellence of OPSEC Award.

It’s About the Conversation – Individual Development Plans at NNSY
February 14, 2022
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Brad Crosby Becomes Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s Executive Director
February 8, 2022
Brad Crosby assumes the position of Executive Director at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

NNSY’s Hydraulics Shop Streamlines Improvements Through NSS-SY
February 7, 2022
Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) recently recognized the Hydraulics Shop (Shop 31) in an episode of America’s Shipyard - a video series dedicated to highlighting high-performing employees and NNSY achievements.

Eye on Innovation: Schematics in the Palm of Your Hand – NNSY Tests BILT App to Bring 3D Maintenance Instructions to the Mechanics
February 3, 2022
Insulation and Piping Mechanic and NNSY T&I Lab BILT Lead Kristopher McKenzie demonstrates how the BILT application will work for shipyard distribution.

NNSY Holds Workforce Meetings about Naval Sustainment System—Shipyards
February 3, 2022
Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s (NNSY) Hydraulics Shop (Shop 31) is utilizing Naval Sustainment System – Shipyards (NSS-SY) practices within the shop to remove barriers and streamline processes to improve throughput which directly benefits the projects, and the Navy. Such efforts include utilizing crew boards in the shops to minimize workflow delays and ensure there is coverage on all jobs within the shop.

Norfolk Naval Shipyard Virtually Observes Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy
January 13, 2022
Norfolk Naval Shipyard Business and Strategic Planning Officer Cmdr. Lawrence Brandon is the keynote speaker for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. observance video Jan. 13.

Creating Best Practices Through Teamwork: Carrier Team One Partners with NAVSEA, Shipyards, and More Establishing Guidance for Executability Assessments for Carrier Availabilities
December 15, 2021