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Navy Leaders’ Shift Perceptions and Assist Fellow Disabled Personnel to Successful Careers
November 20, 2015
DAHLGREN, Va. - Marietto Jeffries, NSWCDD Veterans Employment Special Emphasis Program Manager, explains his role in assisting veterans at Dahlgren to Sharon Rhone during the command's Disability Awareness Event and Health Fair at the University of Mary Washington, Dahlgren Campus, Oct. 29. Rhone is the Rural Health Integrator for the Rural Health Initiative Program at McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Center, Richmond, Va. Jeffries serves as a liaison between veterans who are government employees and workforce management and as their liaison to veterans associations. "As a bridge between veterans on base and Veterans Administration resources, I educate veterans on how to get their disability and educational benefits," said Jeffries.

Cross Paths With the Lightning Pack: Your march will never be the same!
November 17, 2015

USS Dahlgren - An Integrated Naval Fire-Control-Loop Laboratory Environment
November 17, 2015
A Scan Eagle unmanned aerial vehicle launches from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Potomac River Test Range during a surface warfare integration test featuring the virtual USS Dahlgren. Scan Eagle identified, targeted, engaged and supported reengagement throughout the experiment as the NSWCDD-patented Visual Automatic Scoring System sent gun targeting corrections to the MK160 gun weapon system operator. "USS Dahlgren is empowering our integration of unmanned air and surface vehicles into the fire-control-loop for greatly expanded battle space and increased reaction times," said Neil Baron, NSWCDD distinguished scientist for combat control.

Navy Scientists and Engineers Increase Awareness of NSWCDD Technical Capabilities at Navy Yard Event
November 10, 2015
NSWCDD engineer Helmer Flores demonstrates how a shipboard Collective Protection System (CPS) filter housing works while briefing Rear Adm. Brian Antonio, program executive officer for the Littoral Combat Ships program, on the system and its capabilities. NSWCDD CBR Defense engineers designed the shipboard collective protection system to protect Sailors, critical operations, and equipment within selected areas of a ship, or zones, from CBR contamination when the ship is operating in a contaminated environment. Personnel in the protected zone do not need to wear protective clothing or masks which impose heat stress and can impact crew members' performance.

NOAA Meteorologist Speaks, Performs at Navy Hispanic Heritage Event
October 23, 2015
DAHLGREN, Va. - Isha Renta - guest speaker at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) 2015 Hispanic Heritage Observance - tells the audience about her science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) student outreach that includes the arts.

Married Couples among Navy Scientists and Engineers Honored at Academic Recognition Ceremony
October 7, 2015
Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) employees honored at the command's 18th academic awards ceremony are pictured with NSWCDD Technical Director Dennis McLaughlin (left) and NSWCDD Commanding Officer Capt. Brian Durant (right). McLaughlin and Durant commended the graduates for successfully taking on the challenges of balancing work and family responsibilities with academics to obtain certifications or degrees.

French Naval Delegation Visits NSWC Dahlgren Division
September 28, 2015
Dr. Chris Lloyd, High Energy Laser Lethality Lead at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), briefs French Rear Adm. Christian Dugué, Naval Technical Director for France's Defense Procurement Agency, at the NSWCDD Laser Lethality Lab during the French delegation's NSWCDD visit. Lloyd explained the importance of rigorous modeling and laboratory testing against target materials to ensure high energy laser systems are built that meet the requirements of the warfighter once fielded. NSWCDD is leveraging its knowledge of electromagnetic launchers, hypervelocity projectiles, and directed energy weapons, in addition to its established core capabilities in complex warfare systems development and integration to incorporate electric weapons technology into existing and future fighting forces and platforms.

Commercial Applications of Navy Inventions 'Brainstormed' at Event
September 9, 2015
Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) scientist Dr. Kevin Boulais uses liquid nitrogen in a molecular beam epitaxy system to create photo capacitors for light guide film applications.

NSWC Commander Inspires Innovators at Unmanned Systems Integration Workshop and Technical Exchange Meeting
August 27, 2015
Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Commander Rear Adm. Lorin Selby speaks to unmanned systems experts from the government, industry, and academia at NSWC Dahlgren Division's second annual Unmanned Systems Integration Workshop and Technical Exchange Meeting, Aug. 19. Selby encouraged military innovators and business executives to overcome the challenges they face to obtain funding for new technologies that can rapidly become a program of record and deployed to the warfighter.

Navy Engineer Honored with Rear Admiral William S. Parsons Award for Scientific and Technical Progress
August 19, 2015
Dr. Wayne Chepren, a Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division engineer, received the 2014 Rear Admiral William S. Parsons Award for Scientific and Technical Progress at the 2015 U.S. Navy League national convention in Tampa, Fla.  Since 1957, this Navy League award for scientific and technical progress has been presented to a Navy or Marine Corps officer, enlisted person or civilian who has made an outstanding contribution in any field of science that has furthered the development and progress of the Navy or Marine Corps.