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NAVSEA Scientists and Engineers Recognized for Excellence
June 22, 2023

What is Pride?
June 22, 2023
Pearl Pride logo with the words Pearl Pride surrounded by a double circle and a submarine with a wave made of rainbow colors.

USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) completes availability
June 22, 2023
USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), pictured in January of 2023, completed its four-month Selected Restricted Availability May 14, 2023, in Yokosuka, Japan. The maintenance period also included notable milestones for the project team. (U.S. Navy photo by Wendy Hallmark)

Carderock Recognizes Best of the Best in Magnificent Eight Awards Ceremony
June 21, 2023
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division administrative specialist Sue Rossi (left) introduces engineer Sharon Collins (second to left) to perform the National Anthem during the Magnificent Eight Award ceremony in West Bethesda, Md., on June 13. Carderock's Commanding Officer Capt. Matthew Tardy (third from left) and Technical Director Larry Tarasek (fourth from left) stand at attention as the Color Guard posts colors. (U.S. Navy photo by Aaron Thomas)

Chair Yoga
June 21, 2023
Mae Lynne from Kaiser Permanete, right, leads shipyard personnel through a yoga flow during a chair yoga stretch class at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard.

RADM Goggins Turns Over AUKUS Integration and Acquisition to CAPT Reifsteck
June 20, 2023
Mr. Jay Stefany, Acting  Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisition receives honors during the Change of Office ceremony for the AUKUS Integration and Acquisition (AUKUS I&A) Program Office at the Washington Navy Yard. During the ceremony, Capt. Lincoln Reifsteck (center) relieved Rear Adm. Dave Goggins (second from left) as the AUKUS I&A program manager. (Courtesy Photo)

EXU-1 Conducts Maritime Post-Blast Investigation Course
June 20, 2023
An Expeditionary Exploitation Unit One Technical Exploitation Platoon member collects evidence during a site exploitation training scenario as part of the maritime post-blast investigation course at Naval Air Station Key West, June 2-9. The course was developed to expand and develop EOD operator’s skillset in maritime post-blast exploitation techniques through classroom coursework, diving and strategic case study analysis. (U.S. Navy photo by Holly Dodds)

NSWC Panama City engineers help Republic of Korea develop air-cushion vehicle
June 16, 2023
The Landing Ship Fast II (LSF-II) craft 633 is shown after inflating the skirting. This December 2022 operation tested the Command, Control, Communication, Computers, and Navigation (C4N) system for operating the engine and running the lift fans used to inflate the bags in the skirting, and the propellers and air ducts used to maneuver the craft on the tarmac. This is the first time the C4N operated as a system and actively controlled functions aboard the vessel. (courtesy photo provided by Hanjin Shipbuilding and Construction with permission from the Republic of Korea Defense Acquisition Program Administration)

Celebrating Freedom – NSWC Dahlgren hosts commemoration of Juneteenth
June 16, 2023
IMAGE: Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Commanding Officer Capt. Philip Mlynarski, Eunice Haigler, Pastor Hashmel Turner Jr., Charita Mariner and NSWCDD Human Systems Engineer, Dr. Sherry Springs after the Juneteenth Freedom Day Observance, June 14.

NSWCPD’s NAVSEA Naval Systems Engineering & Logistics Directorate Team hosts Ask Me Anything Concerning Additive Manufacturing
June 15, 2023
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division’s (NSWCPD) Advanced Data Acquisition, Prototyping Technology and Virtual Environments (ADAPT.VE) Lab’s metal material extrusion machine is currently being used for material characterization and prototyping. This machine is capable of printing 17-4 Stainless Steel, Inconel 625, Copper, and H13, A2, and D2 Tool Steels. (U.S. Navy photo by Jay Butterbaugh/Released