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NUWC Division Newport, PEO team christen Snakehead UUV at Narragansett Bay Test Facility
220202-N-XQ823-0008.JPG Photo By: Dave Stoehr/U.S. Navy

NEWPORT, R.I. - Attending the christening of the Snakehead Large Displacement Unmanned Undersea Vehicle are Capt. Djueno Scot Searles (from left), major program manager, Unmanned Maritime Systems (PMS 406); Adam Outlaw, head, Subsea and Seabed Warfare Branch, Chief of Naval Operations Director of Undersea Warfare; Dorothy Engelhardt, director of Unmanned Systems at Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Ship Programs; Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport Technical Director Ron Vien and Commanding Officer Capt. Chad F. Hennings; Capt. Peter Small, program manager for Unmanned Maritime Systems (PMS 406); and Chris DelMastro, head, Division Newport’s Undersea Warfare Platforms and Payload Integration Department. Snakehead was christened at the Narragansett Bay Test Facility in Newport, Rhode Island, on Feb. 2, 2022.


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