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Civil rights activist shares legacy of love, community and action amid anecdotes of working with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Civil rights activist shares legacy of love, community and action amid anecdotes of working with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Civil rights activist shares legacy of love, community and action amid anecdotes of working with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
NUWC Division Newport business operations manager finds work/life balance in trip to Ghana
NUWC Division Newport business operations manager finds work/life balance in trip to Ghana
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (Jan. 14, 2020) – U.S. Navy civilian cyber engineer Jay Blalock won the Copernicus Award, the Chief of Naval Operations announced in a message, Jan. 14. Blalock is recognized for his impact on the Navy's cyber security testing capability while leading cybersecurity systems engineering efforts to architect a safe cyber test environment for the Navy. “I am extremely humbled, and honored to have been nominated and selected to receive this award,” said Blalock, program manager and cyber test engineer for a distributed cyber test architecture called USS Secure at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD). “This award is the result of the hard work of a large group of people that are dedicated to ensuring the safety of the fleet through cyber testing and hardening.” (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
Capt. Stephen Mongold
NUWC Division Newport selects head of Undersea Warfare Mission Engineering and Analysis Department
IMAGE: KING GEORGE, Va. – Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Deputy for Small Business Kris Parker speaks with II Corps Consultants, Inc., executive Earnest King at an NSWCDD event for small businesses. A Small Business Administration final rule to implement the 2018 Small Business Runway Extension Act effective on Jan. 6, 2020 is good news for Dahlgren, according to Parker. The law increased the period of measuring small businesses’ annual revenue from three to five years in the contract evaluation process. “This change to five years is a logical move, as it helps account for the cyclical nature of contract awards,” he said. “It should really help increase our potential small business base.”  (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
Marlene Bell, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility's American Sign Language interpretor, communicates with Shop 51 Marine Electrician Brandon Salley (left) during Category 3 User Shop Crane Operator Training Dec. 3 while Code 724 Supervisory Training Specialist Jay Lucas provides instruction and Deb Chard from Code 900S, Waterfront Safety, observes.
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. – Navy human factors engineer Chelsey Lawson credits the impact of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) on her life to a Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) engineer – her high school calculus tutor – by the name of Leonard Wilson who retired in 2019 after 36 years of government service. “I went to college and earned a degree in biomedical engineering because his mentoring had a huge impact on my life,” said Lawson, who won the 2019 NSWCDD Distinguished Community Service Award.  “I participated in STEM activities in our surrounding community to guide and inspire students on how to combine their interests with STEM education and careers – like Mr. Wilson did for me.” (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
IMAGE: KING GEORGE, Va. – Navy human factors engineer Chelsey Lawson helps a student wire a project at a Dahlgren Museum science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) event. The students built their own dance pad and learned about electrical engineering, circuits, and the use of hand tools. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
NUWC Division Newport engineer, lawyer team to win Vice Adm. Harold G. Bowen Award for Patented Inventions
Corrine Beach, PSNS & IMF STEM coordinator and NAVSEA student engagement lead and Stephen Mastel, PSNS & IMF STEM outreach coordinator help an eight-grade applied math student from Mountain View Middle School steady his boat during the school’s inaugural cardboard boat race at the Bremerton Family YMCA. Twenty students participated in the event, piloting self-constructed boats made of cardboard and duct tape.
Stephen Mastel, PSNS & IMF STEM outreach coordinator provides in-water support for an eight-grade applied math student from Mountain View Middle School as she paddles her boat during the school’s inaugural cardboard boat race at the Bremerton Family YMCA. Twenty students participated in the event, piloting self-constructed boats made of cardboard and duct tape.
Ed Stewart, NSWC PCD technical director and Capt. Aaron Peters, commander, NSWC PCD, give Rear Adm. Eric Ver Hage, commander, Naval Surface and Undersea Warfare Centers, a tour of hurricane damaged buildings during Ver Hage’s visit to NSWC PCD April 30, 2019.
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) scientists and engineers have contributed Crane’s first open source project to provide warfighters with more advanced systems. The contribution to the open source software project was developed to support the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Radio Frequency Machine Learning Systems (RFMLS) program.
The Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering at the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering awarded its first ever Ph.D. to Adam Duncan, an electrical engineer at the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Crane Division located at nearby Crane, Indiana. Duncan’s dissertation focused on securing field-programmable gate arrays against post-synthesis attacks.
Vice Adm. Thomas Moore, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), visited Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Jan. 7.

During his visit, Moore learned about NSWC PCD's recent and upcoming work in autonomy and unmanned vehicles.
Vice Adm. Thomas Moore, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), visited Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Jan. 7.

During his visit, Moore attended a luncheon with NSWC PCD Sailors.