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NSWC Crane electro-optic expert represents Navy and receives three-year international appointment
May 2, 2023
A Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) employee has been appointed as the United States Navy Representative for the Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition, and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) Group Technical Panel 3 within The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP). Dr. Benjamin Conley’s TTCP appointment is a three-year role which began in February.

Second annual event takes Innovation Challenge @ Dahlgren full STEM ahead
April 6, 2023
IMAGE: Twenty-two teams representing 19 area high schools competed in the second annual High School Innovation Challenge @ Dahlgren.

ONE TEAM, NSWC PCD brings flexibility to the future of diving
March 7, 2023
A Navy diver tests the capabilities of a new concept suit during the Deep Sea Expeditionary with No Decompression (DSEND) Suit In-Water Concept Demonstration held at the U.S. Navy Experimental Diving Unit, Feb. 7 – 8. The concept aimed to innovate the previous Atmospheric Diving Suit by making it more flexible, lightweight and user friendly. (U.S. Navy photo by Ronnie Newsome)

Navy Lab advances innovation with pitch competition
August 12, 2022
(right to left) Steve Hunt, Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Expeditionary and Maritime Systems Department (E Department) head, Dr. Michelle Kincer, NSWC PCD E Department chief strategist, and NSWC PCD Prototyping Director for Mine Warfare Dr. Todd Holland provide feedback to submissions at the Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations Concept Development Program Problem Statement Think Tank, June 10. This event encouraged department personnel to develop a problem statement aimed at aiding the warfighter and pitch it to the review committee for refinement and consideration. (U.S. Navy photo by Eddie Green)

Panama City engineer wins Top Navy award
June 8, 2022
Andrew Bouchard, a Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) engineer, was recently selected as a recipient of the Individual Engineer Award for 2022 by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy Research, Development and Acquisition (ASN RD&A) Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Navy Scientists and Engineers Awards committee. This award recognizes the top Naval engineers and scientists who demonstrate superior technical merit, innovation and operational impact in alignment with ASN RD&A priorities. (U.S. Navy photo by Eddie Green)

NSWCPD Hosts Leadership and Innovation Speaker Series with Discussion on China as a Global Power and its Impact on Our Defense Strategy
June 1, 2022
NSWCPD Hosts Leadership and Innovation Speaker Series

BOF cable clamps get an upgrade - and a patent
March 31, 2022
Brandon Rottle, nuclear general foreman, Code 950 (Shop 51/67), poses with the new X7 blown optic fiber clamps he and his team created for the Navy at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility in Bremerton, Washington. The U.S. Navy has patented the clamp design, which should help protect BOF cables aboard U.S. Navy ships. (PSNS & IMF photo by Scott Hansen)

Tide Riser innovation propels NAVSEA mission priorities
March 4, 2022
(left to right) Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Hydrospace Laboratory Manager Dr. Christopher Musto, Hydrospace Laboratory Mechanical Engineer Jake Moody V, and Additive Manufacturing Lab (AML) Head Chuck Self stand with the various prototypes of their innovation called the Laptop Lifter (aka the Tide Riser) on Feb. 9. NSWC PCD's Codes E15 Hydrospace Laboratory and E42 Additive Manufacturing Lab (AML) collaborated to produce this solution to help improve ventilation to the division's new computers to keep them from overheating due to prolonged use. (U.S. Navy photo by Jeremy Roman)

NSWC Panama City collaborates with Naval Reservists through additive manufacturing
December 2, 2021
Lt. Joshua Kish, Engineering Duty Officer Reservist assigned to SurgeMain Atlanta, joins two 3D printed hull portions together with epoxy. This process allows the two hull forms that were 3D printed to join, creating a section of the unmanned underwater vehicle prototype.

NSWCPD ADAPT.VE Lab Leads in Collaboration, Adaptation, and Innovation Efforts
September 28, 2021
NSWCPD ADAPT.VE Lab engineer with robot