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NSWC Dahlgren Honors American Indian Heritage, Culture, and Traditions
November 26, 2019
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (Nov. 21, 2019) - Capt. Casey Plew, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) commanding officer, presents the Dahlgren history book, "The Sound of Freedom," to Twila Bradley and Minnie Lightner, guest speakers at the NSWCDD sponsored National American Indian Heritage Month Observance at the base theater. Bradley and Lightner – members of the Patawomeck Indian Tribe of Virginia – spoke about the culture, history, and contributions of the Patawomeck Tribe in terms of the heritage month’s 2019 theme: “Honoring Our Nations: Building Strength Through Understanding”.  (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

Mount Whitney Hike Transforms NSWC PHD Technical Director and Plants Backpacking Seed
November 26, 2019
View looking east across the Owens Valley towards the Inyo Mountains with Death Valley National Park just beyond them from around 11,000 feet altitude and about five miles up the trail toward Mount Whitney’s summit.

Microsoft Tactical Vehicle Takes Center Stage at NSWC Dahlgren Innovation Day
November 26, 2019
IMAGE: CORAL SEA (July 11, 2019) The U.S. Navy Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) leads a formation of 17 other ships from the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, Royal Australian Navy, Royal Canadian Navy and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) during Talisman Sabre 2019. Talisman Sabre 2019 illustrates the closeness of the Australian and U.S. alliance and the strength of the military-to-military relationship. This is the eighth iteration of this exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jason Tarleton/Released)

NAVSEA Inclusion and Engagement Council moving along after a year
November 26, 2019
The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Inclusion and Engagement (IE) Council

Shipyard and consulting group team up to improve processes
November 26, 2019
Romel Ramos, a bench mechanic with Shop 31, Inside Machine Shop, updates the status board for employees with Work Center-402 inside Building 432.

Culpeper County Middle School Students Tour NSWC Dahlgren
November 25, 2019
IMAGE: Seventh grade students from Culpeper Middle School and Floyd T. Binnis Middle School visited Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD). The students – who participate in the Academically Challenging Education or ACE program at their schools – toured Dahlgren and participated in a myriad of science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities during their visit. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

LCS Mission Module Program Office Completes At-Sea Demonstration of GARC/TALONS System
November 25, 2019
The Towed Airborne Lift of Naval Systems (TALONS) is a parafoil-based system shown kiting from the Greenough Advanced Rescue Craft. TALONS relays data between the MCM USV and the LCS via the government-developed multi-vehicle communication relays system.

NSWC Corona Addresses the Navy’s Need for Urgency
November 22, 2019
Capt. Khary W. Hembree-Bey, commanding officer of Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Corona, addresses employees during his monthly town hall meeting.

Promising new tool protects Ships, Sailors
November 21, 2019
The Maritime Vessel Stopping Occlusion Technologies, or MVSOT, team at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division investigates natural hagfish slime as an inspiration for a non-lethal capability.

Naval Historians, Authors Highlight Battle of Midway Heroes at Dahlgren
November 21, 2019
IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. (Nov. 15, 2019) - Timothy Orr, an associate professor of military history at Old Dominion University, and co-author of “Never Call Me A Hero:  A Legendary American Dive-Bomber Pilot Remembers the Battle of Midway,” stresses the importance of never forgetting the Battle of Midway warfighters. He shares their stories as a part of the Naval Heritage Command Lecture Series sponsored by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division Integrated Combat Systems Department Nov. 15 at the base theater. “No matter what they did, whether they came back or died out on the ocean, were wounded, or blew up in their plane – all of that is a story worth telling,” he said. “It explains how the U.S. eventually triumphed over the empire of Japan in the Pacific War. It really shapes the world as we know it today.”