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Timothy Healy and Douglas Gualteire, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, learn how to use a portable coordinate measuring machine during a training session coordinated and taught by Puget Sound Naval shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility employees.
Gavin Mapa, Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, receives training on using a portable coordinate measuring machine at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility.
Anieka Bouchard and Seth Boemmels, both from Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, pair up to operate a portable coordinate measuring machine at a training session conducted by PSNS & IMF employees.
Each day, Dr. Hunter strives to ensure the workforce at Crane is positioned to anticipate and eliminate the rapidly evolving threats soldiers and sailors face. Dr. Hunter says the workforce at NSWC Crane is critical to providing those necessary tools that keep the Warfighter prepared, safe, and effective.
PSNS commander Capt. Howard B. Markle congratulates shipfitter Tao Smith during the PSNS Apprenticeship Class of 2018 graduation ceremony Friday, Nov. 16 at Bremerton High School in Bremerton. The ceremony celebrated 270 graduates who earned a journey-level certificate in one of 26 trades and an associate degree in technical arts.
NUWC Division Newport supervisor receives Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Service Member Patriot Award
NUWC Division Newport supervisor receives Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Service Member Patriot Award
PANAMA CITY, Florida - Commander, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Rear Adm. Tom Anderson and Warfare Center Executive Director Don McCormack (SES) present Special Act Awards to three employees Nov. 15, 2018 for their dedication and support during the aftermath and reconstitution of NSWC PCD from Hurricane Michael. Award recipients are as follows: Don McCall, Bill Logsdon, and Kendal Smith. U.S. Navy photo by Susan H. Lawson
PANAMA CITY, Florida - Commander, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Rear Adm. Tom Anderson and Warfare Center Executive Director Don McCormack (SES) present the Joint Expeditionary Command and Control team letters of appreciation Nov. 15, 2018 for their dedication and support to NSWC PCD reconstitution during the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. Recipients are as follows: Jason Calzado, Richard Childress, Jim Nelson, Chiyan Ng, Vinh Tran, Lisa Winsett. U.S. Navy photo by Susan H. Lawson
Sonar Cup Regatta continues NUWC Division Newport’s sailing tradition
Sonar Cup Regatta continues NUWC Division Newport’s sailing tradition
Sonar Cup Regatta continues NUWC Division Newport’s sailing tradition
Sonar Cup Regatta continues NUWC Division Newport’s sailing tradition
Sonar Cup Regatta continues NUWC Division Newport’s sailing tradition
Dr. Julie Shaff, NSWC Crane employee, won the Art Diaz Memorial Award for Naval Acquisition Development Program (NADP) Entry Level Employees at a ceremony on October 16 in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Kyle Crompton and Noah Roberts (not pictured) were named NSWC Crane Technology Transfer (T2) and Patent Contributors of the Year for their T2 program efforts. Dr. Crompton produced critical results by using tools available at the T2 office to partner with academia and industry. Roberts was recognized for using patents to make swift enhancements, modifications, and repairs to immediate problems in the field.
CAPT Oesterreich, NSWC Crane Commanding Officer, delivered opening remarks at the fifth annual Invention and Technology Showcase on Nov. 13. The showcase featured the intellectual property (IP) and innovations of more than 50 NSWC Crane scientists and engineers.