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IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (May 30, 2019) – Myron ‘Lyn’ Thomas and Dr. Christopher Lloyd, left to right – recipients of the 2018 Assistant Secretary of the Navy Research, Development and Acquisition Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists and Engineers of the Year Award – are pictured outside Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division headquarters. The Etter Award is presented annually in June to scientists and engineers who have clearly demonstrated a superior accomplishment that is technically outstanding and highly beneficial operationally to the Department of the Navy, Department of Defense, and national defense. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
IMAGE: KING GEORGE, Va. (May 22, 2019) – Three attendees engage in a virtual reality visualization of Navy ships – inside and out – at the first annual Modeling and Simulation Summit sponsored by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division. Two engineers fly around the topside of Navy ships via virtual reality while a third explores the interior of an amphibious transport dock ship’s pilot house. 
The event – held at the University of Mary Washington Dahlgren campus – focused on modeling and simulation capabilities in areas such as model-based systems engineering, mission engineering and analysis, theater and force level modeling, computational physics, optimization, virtual reality and 3D scanning.  (U.S. Navy Photo/Released)
IMAGE: KING GEORGE, Va. (May 22, 2019) – Members of the NSWCDD Combat System Simulators team are pictured at the first annual Modeling and Simulation Summit sponsored by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division. Front row left to right: Randy Johnson and Mark Vogel. Back row left to right - James Herin, Beth Tran, James Bowling, James Flowers, and Bob Cunningham
The Combat System Simulators consist of three main components. The first is the Next Generation Simulation, which provides stimulation or simulation of combat system components not available to the combat system in a test or training exercise. The second is the Common Connectivity Device, which provides a means to connect two or more simulations across a simulated data link. The final system is the Universal Message Generator, which consists of a suite of applications that provide a state-driven message streaming capability to help provide unit level testing of message driven interfaces. This collection of tools enables a tester or trainer to exercise a combat system at a land based test or training site as if the system was underway in the Fleet.  (U.S. Navy Photo/Released)
IMAGE: KING GEORGE, Va. (May 22, 2019) – Members of the Dahlgren Modeling and Simulation Community of Interest Steering Committee are pictured at the first annual Modeling and Simulation Summit sponsored by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division. The committee was in charge of organizing the event that focused on modeling and simulation capabilities in a wide range of areas.  Standing left to right: Chris Lillard, Christina Annas, Doug Plotner, John Romano, Sam Koski and Richard Simmons. Committee members Joel Mejeur, Jane Bachman and Xavier Quinn were not present for the group picture. (U.S. Navy Photo/Released)
IMAGE: Amara Elizabeth Halt is the Missile Portfolio senior project manager for the Missile Systems Engineering and Integration Branch at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD)
IMAGE: Amara Elizabeth Halt is the Missile Portfolio senior project manager for the Missile Systems Engineering and Integration Branch at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD)
IMAGE: Amara Elizabeth Halt is the Missile Portfolio senior project manager for the Missile Systems Engineering and Integration Branch at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD)
IMAGE: Amara Elizabeth Halt is the Missile Portfolio senior project manager for the Missile Systems Engineering and Integration Branch at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD).
IMAGE: James H. Yee is the Systems Safety Engineering Division Head for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Readiness and Training Systems Department.
IMAGE: Stacy Palivoda-Estes receives the Award of Excellence for  Systems Engineering and Integration at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; Palivoda-Estes; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: Joseph Sheehan receives the Award of Excellence for  Systems Engineering and Integration at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; Sheehan; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: Michael Huang receives the Award of Excellence for  Systems Engineering and Integration at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; Huang; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: Michael Shea receives the Award of Excellence for  Test and Evaluation at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; Shea; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: Emily Cummings receives the Award of Excellence for  Test and Evaluation at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; Cummings; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: Carla Adams receives the Award of Excellence for  Test and Evaluation at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; Adams; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: James Yee receives the Award of Excellence for  Test and Evaluation at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; Yee; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: Victor De Jesus receives the Award of Excellence for  Test and Evaluation at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; De Jesus; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: Mary Wood receives the Award of Excellence for  Test and Evaluation at the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10.  Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; Wood; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.
IMAGE: Brady Roundtree holds the Employee Development Award moments after receiving it from Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) leadership at the command’s annual honor awards ceremony. Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; U.S. Rep. Rob Wittman; Roundtree; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
IMAGE: Joshua Rudolph receives the Leadership Award during the annual honorary awards ceremony, May 10. Standing left to right: NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Commanding Officer Cmdr. Andrew Hoffman; NSWCDD Deputy Technical Director Angela Beach; U.S. Rep. Rob Wittman; Rudolph; and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Cmdr. Stephen ‘Casey’ Plew.