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The U.S. Navy’s twelfth Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) vessel, USNS Newport (EPF 12), successfully competed Integrated Sea Trials, July 30. (Courtesy Austal USA)
Rear Adm. Jason Lloyd, USN
Deputy Commander for Ship Design, Integration and 
Engineering, SEA-05, Naval Sea Systems Command
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. - Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division employee Bret Coons won the Paul J. Martini Award for his “vast knowledge, corporate approach, and superb customer service.” As a teenager, Coons spent time at Dahlgren as a Sea Cadet. “I got to travel all over the country to shadow active duty folks, get on the job training, and learn about different career fields in the Navy. It definitely facilitated me joining the Navy later.” Coons is one of 90 individuals and 39 teams honored with various awards and featured in a special NSWCDD Honorary Awards video program released to the workforce on July 27.  (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
Captain Jonathan Jett-Parmer, Commanding Officer, SurgeMain Norfolk, visits Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) July 23 to meet with SurgeMain reservist Sailors supporting a variety of ship projects between now and September 2021. NNSY has currently onboarded 127 SurgeMain Sailors since July 6 and is expected to attain more than 480.
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Shop 67HS Machinist Mates Submarine Auxiliary Second Class Tyler Finn operates the crane to prepare a high data rate antenna for transport to the Virginia class submarine USS Washington (SSN 787)
Shop 67HS’s Machinist Mate Second Class Derek Boulanger prepares a high data rate antenna for transport to the Virginia class submarine USS Washington (SSN 787).
Shop 38’s Outside Machinist Loren Nelson Boulanger prepares a high data rate antenna for transport to the Virginia class submarine USS Washington (SSN 787).
Shop 67HS’s Machinist Mate Second Class Derek Boulanger (left) and Shop 38’s Outside Machinist Tim Porter prepares a high data rate antenna for transport to the Virginia class submarine USS Washington (SSN 787).
Collin Sawyer, Shop 38’s work leader, enters a cofferdam to perform retractable bow plan maintained. This is the first time FMB has installed the Retractable Bow Plane (RBP) cofferdam on a VA Class Submarine in Norfolk.
Torpedoman’s Mate Third Class Craig Figgins, Code 950, performs a resistance check on a counter measure cable for the Virginia class submarine, USS New Hampshire (SSN 778).
Torpedoman’s Mate Third Class Craig Figgins, Code 950, performs a resistance check on a counter measure cable for the Virginia class submarine, USS New Hampshire (SSN 778).
Dustin Spitler, Shop 89 mechanic, installs a scaffold on the vertical launch platform onboard Virginia class submarine, USS New Mexico (SSN 779).
Dustin Spitler (left), Shop 89 mechanic, and Carlos Ellis, Shop 89 shipwright supervisor, installs a scaffold on the vertical launch platform onboard Virginia class submarine, USS New Mexico (SSN 779).
Collin Sawyer, Shop 38’s work leader, enters a cofferdam to perform retractable bow plan maintained. This is the first time FMB has installed the Retractable Bow Plane (RBP) cofferdam on a VA Class Submarine in Norfolk.
Peter Mech, an engineer with Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division’s Environmental Engineering, Science, and Technology Branch, loads the Micro-Auto Gasification System (MAGS) incinerator to thermally destroy solid waste on May 10,
Rachel Jacobs, a chemical engineer, analyzes water in a tank in the Ballast Water Treatment Lab at Carderock
Sheila Riggs analyzes data from the Membrane Bio Reactor at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division in West Bethesda, Md.
Danielle Paynter researches emulsions in the lab at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division.
A Sailor operates the Mobile Cleaning, Recovery, and Recycling System (MCRRS) on the flight deck of USS America (LHA 6) on Nov. 1, 2016.
Peter Mech, an engineer at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division operates the Plastic Waste Processor on July 23, 2015.