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Future USS Fort Lauderdale Keel Authenticated
October 13, 2017

Naval Meterology and Oceanography Command collabortates with Carderock for remote autonomous demonstration
October 12, 2017
Engineers from Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division launch an unmanned surface vehicle in Triadelphia Reservoir near Brighton Dam in Brookville, Md., that will function as a relay for an unmanned underwater vehicle conducting bathymetry in the reservoir Sept. 28, 2017. Staff from the Naval Meteorological and Oceanography Command controlled the collaborative autonomous demonstration via satellite connection from their headquarters at John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi with assistance from the Autonomous Vehicle and Instrumentation Group and other Carderock personnel. Rear row, left to right: electrical engineer Woody Pfitsch (Code 863), program officer Judah Milgram (Code 882), hardware engineer Alex Punzi (Code 863), group leader Jim Rice (Code 8633); front row, left to right: electrical engineer Ben Gordon (Code 8633), control systems engineer Matt Greytak (Code 861) and mechanical engineer Kyle Corfman (Code 863). (U.S. Navy photo by Ryan Hanyok/Released)

U.S. Navy completes USS John S. McCain transport preparations
October 12, 2017
SINGAPORE – (Oct. 7, 2017) – MV Treasure concludes USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) heavy lift operations in the Singapore Strait, Oct. 7. U.S. Navy Supervisor of Salvage and Diving representatives prepared the destroyer for transit to Yokosuka, Japan, later this month.

Commercial Applications of Navy Inventions Encouraged at Innovation Discovery Event
October 12, 2017
IMAGE: VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Presenters and panelists from Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division’s Dam Neck Activity looked at military inventions that have technology transfer applications in the private sector in an “ABC Shark Tank” brainstorming session, Oct. 5.

Diversity in the Military: “Inspire those who follow us” to Shape America’s Future
October 12, 2017
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (Sept. 28, 2017) - Hispanic Heritage Observance keynote speaker Lance Carrington encourages his audience to pray for the residents of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria devastated the island, and to pray for those living in Texas, the Gulf Coast, and Florida who are recovering from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Carrington – retired from the Senior Executive Service (SES) as a special agent for NASA and the U.S. Postal Service – recounted his life and career which included service in the Army as a reserve chief warrant officer. He retired from the Army reserves on Oct. 1, 2017 after more than 35 years of active duty, National Guard, and reserve service. He is currently executive director of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington’s Guadalupe Free Clinic in Colonial Beach, Va. The clinic serves the indigent and medically-uninsured population in Westmoreland County and Colonial Beach, on the Northern Neck of Virginia.

NSWC Crane Honors Inventors at 3rd Annual Invention and Technology Showcase
October 10, 2017
Inventor Appreciation

Navy’s COBRA mine detection system achieves initial operational capability
October 10, 2017
Image: MQ-8B Fire Scout

NAVSEA celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
October 6, 2017
Image: Tony TorresRamos, Director of the Office of Civilian Human Resources (OCHR) speaking to NAVSEA employees.

NAVSEA providing ready naval assets to combatant commanders on time
October 5, 2017
Image: Diver performing repairs on USS Carney (DDG 64)

NAVSEA plays big role in Navy Cyber Mission
October 5, 2017
Image: NAVSEA Cybersecurity Awareness Day