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Capt. Greg Burton, shipyard commander, welcomes Mayor Kirk Caldwell to Dry Dock One for its 100th centennial celebration.
Rep. Ed Case (center), shipyard worker (left), and Ali'i Pauahi Hawaii Civic Club member (right) at Dry Dock One on Aug. 21, 2019.
Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Rep. Ed Case, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Rear Adm. Robert Chadwick, Commander Naval Region Hawaii/Commander Naval Group Middle Pacific, shipyard commander, Capt. Greg Burton, and Ali`i Pauahi Hawaiian Civic Club celebrates the centennial anniversary of Dry Dock One on Aug. 21, 2019, at Dry Dock One.
John Ornellas, PHNSY&IMF Director of Radiological Controls (left) explains the significance of Dry Dock One to Rep. Ed Case (right) during the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard’s centennial anniversary of Dry Dock One on Aug. 21, 2019, at Dry Dock One.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell (left) is greeted by Aunty Kehaulani Lum, an Ali'i Pauahi Hawaii Civic Club member, at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard’s centennial anniversary of Dry Dock One on Aug. 21, 2019, at Dry Dock One.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell presents Hawaiian offerings to Dry Dock One at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard’s centennial anniversary of Dry Dock One on Aug. 21, 2019, at Dry Dock One.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell (left) gets acquianted with CDR George Howell, USS MISSOURI (SSN-780) Commanding Officer, and LCDR Jeremy Nauta, USS MISSOURI (SSN-780) Executive Officer, at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard’s centennial anniversary of Dry Dock One on Aug. 21, 2019, at Dry Dock One.
USNS Puerto Rico (EPF 11) successfully completed the first integrated sea trials for an Expeditionary Fast Transport ship Aug. 22.
(Left to Right) Norfolk Naval Shipyard's Public Work Officer Cmdr. William Butler, Norfolk Naval Shipyard Commander Captain Kai Torkelson and Whiting-Turner's Division Vice President Sam Abutaleb cuts the ribbon to the newly renovated Building M-32 during a ceremony at Norfolk Naval Shipyard Aug. 22. (Photo by Shelby West, Norfolk Naval Shipyard Photographer)
After nearly 25 years of mission tests, Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC) 66 will be disassembled and demolished signifying its removal from fleet service.
After nearly 25 years of mission tests, Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC) 66 will be disassembled and demolished signifying its removal from fleet service.
NUWC Division Newport department head wins Providence Business News award
PSNS & IMF employees view a demonstration of tools during a technology showcase hosted by the National Center for Manufacturing Science at the Kitsap Conference Center July 25. More than 50 companies displayed equipment, tools, supplies and safety gear to more cost-effectively and efficiently help shipyard workers maintain, modernize and retire the Navy’s fleet.
PSNS & IMF employees view a demonstration of tools during a technology showcase hosted by the National Center for Manufacturing Science at the Kitsap Conference Center July 25. More than 50 companies displayed equipment, tools, supplies and safety gear to more cost-effectively and efficiently help shipyard workers maintain, modernize and retire the Navy’s fleet.
NUWC Division Newport team wins Innovation in Contracting Award from National Contracts Management Association
Sailor Performs an Assignment on a Circuit Card Assembly
Machinery Repairman 3rd Class Patrisha Castro using a lathe manufactures a hose adapter for the Diesel Shop
Firefighters Battle a Simulated Class Alpha Fire
Damage Controlman Tests a Confined Space
Sailors Man the Rails as Tugboats Guide USS Mitscher