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NSWC PCD slated to receive $110.2 million for Hurricane Michael repairs

By NSWC PCD Public Affairs | Jan. 10, 2020

PANAMA CITY, Fla. —

The Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) will receive $110.2 million to make repairs to hurricane-damaged infrastructure.

The money was part of the $233.5 million allocated to Navy Working Capital Funds in the fiscal year 2020 Consolidated Appropriation Bill (H.R. 1158).

“After the hurricane 82 of our 88 buildings were damaged and 400 employees displaced from their work centers. This money is critical to making the necessary repairs but also to upgrade facilities to meet the needs of our future missions,” said Capt. Aaron Peters, commander, NSWC PCD.

NSWC PCD leaders are developing a plan that will ensure the money is optimally executed in the shortest timeline.

“We still have a long road ahead of us, but this money has given us a light at the end of the tunnel,” said Ed Stewart, NSWC PCD technical director. “NSWC PCD has been a staple in this community for 75 years and we look forward to what the next 75 years holds.”

NSWC PCD conducts research, development, test, and evaluation of mine warfare systems, mines, naval special warfare systems, diving and life support systems, and other missions that occur in the littoral or coastal regions.