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200220-N-QL258-0039 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD)’s National Engineers Week celebration culminated in a cake cutting ceremony honoring the Command’s newest and longest serving engineers, Feb. 20. NSWCPD’s newest engineers Ryan Weikel, Yasir Rizvi, and Ethan Klabunde started earlier in the week on Feb. 18, while chemical engineer Al McCarrick has been with the Command for 44 years. The engineers were joined by NSWCPD’s Technical Director Tom Perotti and guest speaker Jill Boward, Executive Director, Program Executive office Integrated Warfare Systems, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition). From left to right: Perotti, Weikel, Rizvi, Klabunde, McCarrick, and Boward. (U.S. Navy photo by Kirsten St. Peter)/Released
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NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER, PHILADELPHIA DIVISION - 200220-N-QL258-0039 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD)’s National Engineers Week celebration culminated in a cake cutting ceremony honoring the Command’s newest and longest serving engineers, Feb. 20. NSWCPD’s newest engineers Ryan Weikel, Yasir Rizvi, and Ethan Klabunde started earlier in the week on Feb. 18, while chemical engineer Al McCarrick has been with the Command for 44 years. The engineers were joined by NSWCPD’s Technical Director Tom Perotti and guest speaker Jill Boward, Executive Director, Program Executive office Integrated Warfare Systems, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition). From left to right: Perotti, Weikel, Rizvi, Klabunde, McCarrick, and Boward. (U.S. Navy photo by Kirsten St. Peter)/Released


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