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IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (July 2, 2019) - Students from Virginia and Maryland high schools participating in the Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program at Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Dahlgren Division and NSWC Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division pause - with an engineer from both commands - in front of the Potomac River Test Range metal map during their tour.
IMAGE: Guests enjoy cake, refreshments and conversations following Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s Change of Command ceremony June 27. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional ceremony at CNATTU’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana where Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec, who became the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: Cake and refreshments were available to guests following Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s Change of Command ceremony June 27. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional ceremony at Naval Air Station Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana where Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec, who became the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: (Left to right) Cmdr. Joseph Oravec’s daughter pins the Commanding Officer Ashore pin to her father’s shirt following Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s change of command. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman was relieved of command by Oravec. Oravec became the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: (Center) Chief Logistics Specialist Kisha Vilabrera presents flowers to Cmdr. Joseph Oravec’s wife honoring her role on the home front during a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27. Oravec relieved Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman and became Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: (Left to right) Cmdr. Joseph Oravec renders as salute to Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman while Cmdr. Casey Plew, Commanding Officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, presides over Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s change of command. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Hoffman was relieved of command by Oravec. Oravec became the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: (Center) Cmdr. Joseph Oravec addresses more than 200 Sailors and guests after accepting command of Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity from CDR Andrew Hoffman. The two naval officers held their traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27. Oravec is the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman gives his farewell address on his three plus years as Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s commanding officer. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec. Oravec became the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: (Left) Chief Logistics Specialist Kisha Vilabrera presents flowers to Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman’s mother honoring her role on the home front during a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27. Hoffman was relieved by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec as Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s commanding officer. Oravec becomes the 28th commanding officer for the Virginia Beach, Virginia command.
IMAGE: : (Left) Chief Logistics Specialist Kisha Vilabrera presents flowers to Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman’s wife honoring her role on the home front during a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27. Hoffman was relieved by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec as Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s commanding officer. Oravec becomes the 28th commanding officer for the Virginia Beach, Virginia command.
IMAGE: (Left to right) Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman receives the Meritorious Service Medal (Gold Star in lieu of the Second Award) from Rear Adm. Eric Ver Hage, Commander NAVSEA Warfare Centers, for his achievements as Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity’s commanding officer. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec. Oravec became the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: (Left to right) Cmdr. Casey Plew, Commanding Officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), presents Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman with a farewell “token” for his 40 months as NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity’s commanding officer. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec. Oravec became the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: (Left to right) Cmdr. Casey Plew, Commanding Officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), presents Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman with a farewell plaque for his three plus years as NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity’s commanding officer. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec. Oravec became the command’s 28th commanding officer.
IMAGE: (Far left) Rear Adm. Eric Ver Hage, Commander NAVSEA Warfare Centers, speaks to more than 200 Sailors and guests attending a traditional Change of Command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec. Oravec became the 28th commanding officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity.
IMAGE: Ceremonial Color Guard members prepare to present colors prior to the national anthem. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional change of command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec. Oravec became the 28th commanding officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity.
IMAGE: (Left to right) Chief Warrant Officer Josephine Leon, master of ceremony, renders a salute prior to Musician 3rd Class Amanda Huddleston, Fleet Forces Band, singing the national anthem. More than 200 Sailors and guests attended a traditional change of command ceremony at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana’s Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit’s ceremonial hangar aboard NAS Oceana June 27 where Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman was relieved of command by Cmdr. Joseph Oravec. Oravec became the 28th commanding officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Dam Neck Activity.
2019 NSWCDD STEM Summer Academy
IMAGE: KING GEORGE. Va. (June 26, 2019) – Middle school students prepare for an aerospace engineering rocketry activity at the 2019 Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) Summer Academy, held June 24-28. They were among 70 middle school students who constructed and calibrated their water rockets while discovering the optimal amount of fuel (water) to launch a ball the highest. The STEM Summer ‘campers’ worked in teams to organize and analyze their data in order to determine what fuel volume will result in the highest launch.
IMAGE: KING GEORGE. Va. (June 26, 2019) – A middle school student prepares for an aerospace engineering rocketry activity at the 2019 Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) Summer Academy, held June 24-28. She was among 70 middle school students who constructed and calibrated their water rockets while discovering the optimal amount of fuel (water) to launch a ball the highest. The STEM Summer ‘campers’ worked in teams to organize and analyze their data in order to determine what fuel volume will result in the highest launch.
IMAGE: KING GEORGE. Va. (June 26, 2019) - Middle school students are briefed by their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) mentors – a Navy mathematician, center, and a Middle School teacher - at the 2019 Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) STEM Summer Academy, held June 24-28. They were among 70 middle school students who developed their teamwork and problem-solving skills in math and science while partnering with a teacher and an NSWCDD scientist or engineer. The STEM Summer ‘campers’ deployed the robots they designed, built, and programmed to respond to 10 missions - including the delivery of humanitarian aid, rotating troops and transporting an electromagnetic railgun to the deck of a Navy ship – by the end of the week-long academy.