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Vice Adm. William J. Galinis, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, visited Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, April 23, 2021, to tour PSNS & IMF facilities, learn about the status of various maintenance availabilities, and to discuss process improvement and transformation efforts.
Vice Adm. William J. Galinis, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, visited Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, April 23, 2021, to tour PSNS & IMF facilities, learn about the status of various maintenance availabilities, and to discuss process improvement and transformation efforts.
Vice Adm. William J. Galinis, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, visited Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, April 23, 2021, to tour PSNS & IMF facilities, learn about the status of various maintenance availabilities, and to discuss process improvement and transformation efforts.
Vice Adm. William J. Galinis, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, visited Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, April 23, 2021, to tour PSNS & IMF facilities, learn about the status of various maintenance availabilities, and to discuss process improvement and transformation efforts.
Vice Adm. William J. Galinis, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, visited Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, April 23, 2021, to tour PSNS & IMF facilities, learn about the status of various maintenance availabilities, and to discuss process improvement and transformation efforts.
Vice Adm. Bill Galinis, Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, visited Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, April 23, 2021.
Vice Adm. Bill Galinis, Commander, Naval Sea Systems (NAVSEA) Command and Ms. Giao Phan, NAVSEA’s Executive Director visit the shipyard to meet with personnel from all four naval shipyards during a Naval Sustainment Systems.
Vice Adm. Bill Galinis, Commander, Naval Sea Systems (NAVSEA) Command and Ms. Giao Phan, NAVSEA’s Executive Director visit the shipyard to meet with personnel from all four naval shipyards during a Naval Sustainment Systems.
Invented by Dean Luxton in 1968, Glo Germ is a product that is typically used in the medical and food industry fields to show the dangers of cross contamination—and is now an educational tool that Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) has repurposed to deliver superior radiological contamination training due to the product’s visual properties under a black light.
Invented by Dean Luxton in 1968, Glo Germ is a product that is typically used in the medical and food industry fields to show the dangers of cross contamination—and is now an educational tool that Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) has repurposed to deliver superior radiological contamination training due to the product’s visual properties under a black light.
Alan Matthews, NSWC Crane
NUWC Division Newport employee engages workforce through ‘Story Circle’
NUWC Division Newport employee engages workforce through ‘Story Circle’
MARMC Floating Dry Dock
10 Airmen stand next to each other on a flight line in front of three planes and a hangar
MARMC Sailor Becomes First Female to Earn Navy SGPI Certification
Culture Change Team Co-Lead Carlynn Lucas leads the Collaborator Program Pre-Brief Jan. 21, meeting with future participants and sharing what they will be looking to accomplish during their time in the program.
IMAGE: Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Technical Director John Fiore interacts with a concept captured in virtual reality that would enable the collection, curation, collaboration and conduction of Next Generation Combat Information Center (CIC) data and missions. Fiore engaged in the immersive experience made possible by the Next Generation CIC Tactical Advancements for the Next Generation Project developed by Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab scientists and sponsored by the Missile Defense Agency to create engagement and awareness around CIC possibilities through speculative design, looking ahead to 20 years in the future.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard's Fire Engine 22 with the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) in the background.
Clint Seyer, NSWC Crane