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DAHLGREN, Va. - Vice Admiral Terry Benedict, Navy Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) director, tells Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) personnel that their efforts are "absolutely critical to the defense of our country" during a ground breaking ceremony for the new Missile Support Facility, March 18. "Once completed, this $22.7 million effort, 58,000-square-foot facility is going to house the SLBM (Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile) program offices and the labs for over 300 outstanding professionals in the fields of engineering, physics, math, statistics, computer science, and the list goes on," said Benedict, the event's keynote speaker, as (left to right) NSWCDD Commanding Officer Capt. Brian Durant, Rep. Rob Wittman, R-Va., and Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., listen. NSWCDD has been a key member of the SLBM team since the program’s inception, and will continue throughout the next generation of submarine - the new Ohio-Replacement Program.
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Dahlgren, VA - DAHLGREN, Va. - Vice Admiral Terry Benedict, Navy Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) director, tells Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) personnel that their efforts are "absolutely critical to the defense of our country" during a ground breaking ceremony for the new Missile Support Facility, March 18. "Once completed, this $22.7 million effort, 58,000-square-foot facility is going to house the SLBM (Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile) program offices and the labs for over 300 outstanding professionals in the fields of engineering, physics, math, statistics, computer science, and the list goes on," said Benedict, the event's keynote speaker, as (left to right) NSWCDD Commanding Officer Capt. Brian Durant, Rep. Rob Wittman, R-Va., and Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., listen. NSWCDD has been a key member of the SLBM team since the program’s inception, and will continue throughout the next generation of submarine - the new Ohio-Replacement Program.


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