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Warfare Center Team Quickly Relocates to San Diego to Assess USS Russell
By Teri Carnicelli | Oct. 27, 2020
When USS Russell (DDG 59) officers recently learned the ship would stay at its homeport in San

Valiant Shield is a large joint force exercise which concluded on Sept. 25 involving all branches of the military. NSWC PHD partnered with NSWC Dahlgren and other warfare centers to support the exercise.
Warfare Centers Provide Robust Support During 2020 Valiant Shield Exercise in Indo-Pacific
By Latasha Ball | Oct. 22, 2020
Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD), alongside NSWC Dahlgren, supported

Researchers from NSWC PHD evaluate the capabilities of shipboard fire hoses to counter small unmanned aircraft during field experiments as part of the recent annual Coastal Trident Port and Maritime Security Program/Advanced Naval Technology Exercise Sept. 14 offshore of Port Hueneme, Calif.
Coastal Trident/ANTX Team Executes Critical Event Despite Pandemic-Related Restrictions
By Carol Lawrence | Oct. 1, 2020
In the middle of planning one of the nation’s largest asymmetric threat training exercises, Naval

Full Ship Scan of USS San Diego Marks First Step in 3D Scanning Project
By Teri Carnicelli | Sept. 18, 2020
A team from NSWC PHD recently worked with Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific on the

Navy ships, similar to the one pictured may get some help with corrosion issues. NSWC PHD’s Lead Materials Engineer Armen Kvryan along with PHD’s Fathomwerx Lab, Matter Labs and Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division are hosting a Rust-A-Thon competition to help find coatings that can mitigate and control corrosion on Navy ships.
Warfare Centers Collaborate with Industry to Address Navy Ship Combat Systems Corrosion
By Latasha Ball | Sept. 16, 2020
NSWC PHD Lead Materials Engineer Armen Kvryan and several allies are using a unique strategy to take

ance Brahosky, NSWC PHD’s deputy technical director, takes the controls of a student-built robot at the Oct. 16, 2019 ceremony at Oxnard College celebrating NSWC PHD, NAWC WD and NAVFAC EXWC’s receipt of grant funds from the Navy’s Office of Secretary of Defense. Much like this year’s recent disbursement, the grant money went to local students for participation in the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics competitions. The two students flanking Brahosky also participated in NSWC PHD’s Pre-Engineering Program.
With Grant in Hand, Local Robotics Students and Their NSWC PHD Mentors Await Word on How This Year’s FIRST Robotics School Competitions Will Take Place
By Teri Carnicelli | Sept. 3, 2020
Robotics teams from 13 schools in Ventura County recently learned they will receive financial help
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Port Hueneme, CA 93043-4307