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Since 2015 NSWCPD has been working to update and automate the condenser cleaning process. The current method involves removing the head and manually injecting a cleaning lance into the tubesheet (tube ends). The new system aims to increase efficiency while removing shipyard workers from a potentially dangerous situation.
NavalX rotational assignment offers NUWC Division Newport engineer new perspective
Joshua Davis, NSWC PCD engineer, develops python scripts to decode messages during the virtual 2021 HACKtheMACHINE challenge at Gulf Coast State College.
David Osafo, NSWC PCD engineer examines a virtual machine for possible vulnerabilities during the virtual 2021 HACKtheMACHINE challenge at Gulf Coast State College.
With more than 32 years of experience, Nuclear Job Planning Leader (NJPL) John Karr of Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s (NNSY) Assistant Nuclear Engineering and Planning Manager Division (Code 2301) has a wealth of knowledge. Lucky for his colleagues in Code 2301 and the shipyard at large, Karr is happy to share the wealth.
With more than 32 years of experience, Nuclear Job Planning Leader (NJPL) John Karr of Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s (NNSY) Assistant Nuclear Engineering and Planning Manager Division (Code 2301) has a wealth of knowledge. Lucky for his colleagues in Code 2301 and the shipyard at large, Karr is happy to share the wealth.
IMAGE: This conference room in Building 1490 underwent a facelift in 2020. Under Section 233 of the Federal National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2017, Naval Resource and Development (R&D) activities like Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division are able to take care of some internal facility needs.
IMAGE: Following demolition and construction, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) employees in the Operations Department brought in new furniture. NSWCDD’s Infrastructure Division handles the daily maintenance needs of more than 370 facilities and 2 million gross square feet at NSWCDD, including buildings, test pads, and even shelters for explosive operations.
IMAGE: Building 1490’s first floor conference room now includes an AV and storage area. Before the demolition and new construction, two conference rooms populated the area; now, the area houses one large conference room with the storage area.
IMAGE: This conference room in Building 1490 underwent a facelift in 2020. Under Section 233 of the Federal National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2017, Naval Resource and Development (R&D) activities like Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division are able to take care of some internal facility needs
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Employees share their insights and personal experiences during the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) Women’s Employee Resource Group (WERG) Women’s Career Panel during a virtual session on March 11. The 90-minute event, whose theme was “The First, But Not The Last,” was hosted by NSWCPD in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Capt. Jip Mosman, commander, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, presents Mike Tracy, process management branch manager, Code 220, Resources, Training & Processes, with a Bravo Zulu sticker April 13, 2021, for co-leading a team with Bryson Delima, 2380.1RW Radioactive Waste branch head, that codified a sustainable engineering execution system, which was shared with all four U.S. Navy shipyards. Their combined efforts improved the turnaround time for Deficiency Log resolution from 2.4 days to less than one day by addressing visibility and behaviors at all levels of the command.
USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) Commanding Officer Capt. Robert Aguilar plants a flag of support in the ground outside of Norfolk Naval Shipyard's Engineering and Management Building during the shipyard's Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) kickoff event April 9.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) team members hold white flags with hand written messages of support in the air marking a moment of silence during the shipyard’s Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) kickoff event April 9.
Four Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Victim Advocates (VAs) were selected as SAPR representatives of the year. Here, and Naval Network Warfare Command's (NETWARCOM) IT2 Ryan Pumilia receives an award from Norfolk Naval Shipyard's (NNSY) Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) Shalise Bates-Pratt and Federal Women’s Program (FWP) president Aiya Williams.
Four Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Victim Advocates (VAs) were selected as SAPR representatives of the year. Here, IT1 Cindy McCandies from Fleet Cyber Command receives an award from Norfolk Naval Shipyard's (NNSY) Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) Shalise Bates-Pratt and Federal Women’s Program (FWP) president Aiya Williams.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard's (NNSY) Commander Capt. Dianna Wolfson speaks during the Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention (SAAPM) kickoff April 9.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) Shalise Bates-Pratt opens the Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention (SAAPM) kickoff event April 9.
The U.S. Navy's Children and Youth Program (CYP) serve over 45,000 youths across the globe including at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.