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Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division Commanding Officer Capt. Todd E. Hutchison, Platform Integrity Department Head Jeff Mercier and Technical Director Larry Tarasek present the Capt. Harold E. Saunders Award.
The Navy’s Self Defense Test Ship, formerly the USS Paul F. Foster (DD 964), conducts a successful demonstration of shipboard alternative fuel use.
SEAP Intern Ian Clark pours silicone mix in a SeaJelly mold while on tour at Carderock in West Bethesda, Md., on Aug. 4, 2021.
SEAP Intern Darwin Otchere assembling materials for a SeaJelly launch.
Dr. Meagan Schaal.
Czech Republic Minister of Defence, Lubomir Metna, greeting Dr. Stephen D. O’Regan.
Cross of Merit with citation.
Dr. Stephen D. O’Regan stands with his newly awarded Cross of Merit citation in front of the United States Embassy in Prague, Czech Republic.
Abel Vargas, a mechanical engineer.
Corrosion Service Team member Alberto Ramirez using the portable vacuum blast system.
The USS Lake Champlain seen in heavy seas off Cape Horn.
The Applied Research Lab/Penn State Large Training Vehicle (LTV) 38.
An example of the accelerometer and strain gages to be used during the Ship Hull Monitoring Program for Rapid Prototyping and Experimentation (RAPx) of Unmanned Systems in 2021.
A surrogate Large Displacement Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (LDUUV) is submerged in the water in preparation for a test at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Keyport in Puget Sound, Wash., in December 2015.
Lead scientists and engineers from Naval Sea Systems Command Warfare Center Divisions pose for a photo as a representation of a collaborative and innovative effort in development of modular, inexpensive unmanned systems collectively known as the “microSwarm Family of Systems,” or “µFOS."
Michael Grube (left), with his little brother, holds the winning cargo ship.
Michael Grube begins his winning run on April 24, 2021 in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Earle B. Wood Middle School technology teacher John Lee and his daughter prepare to fly a rubber-powered, free-flight airplane at Davis Airfield in Laytonsville, Md., on April 25, 2021.
NavalX Mid-Atlantic Tech Bridge.
A standard, off-the-shelf, t-shirt cannon is used to shoot out the device for non-lethal stoppage of water jet propelled craft.