The public works officer assigned to Naval Support Activity Panama City was honored by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) as the Navy's 2020 Military Engineer of the Year during an awards presentation held at the Washington Navy Yard, Feb. 14.
Scientists from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory's Ocean Sciences Division are optimizing the placement of ocean gliders and the usage of glider data to improve the Navy's ability to predict ocean conditions.
Lt. Neil Whitesell has been named Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (UX) 24's test pilot of the year for 2019. Whitesell said that the award is a reflection of a team effort. "It's an affirmation not just of the hard work that I did, but that everybody put into it," he said.
Most Sailors know little about Navy morticians, but the services they provide and the missions they perform have some of the most far-reaching impacts of any career field in the service, even though there are less than 15 of them.
Third-generation Fleet Readiness Center East employee Maddie Dunton puts her problem-solving skills to the test as a quality engineer on the depot's V-22 Osprey line, where she works to improve production processes to better ensure the quality and safety of the products FRCE returns to the fleet.
Brazilian couple were among 1,073 graduates participating in the Jan. 24, 2020 Pass-In-Review graduation ceremony at Recruit Training Command. The motivated, high-achieving, former professional athletes earned two of the top awards given to recruits who excel during their time at RTC.
The Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) African American Employment Resource Group (AA-ERG) hosted its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Jan. 16 to honor the life and accomplishments of the late civil rights leader.
Lt. Col. Rory Feely became the 49th commander of the United States Naval Test Pilot School (USNTPS) following a change of command ceremony today. Feely took over from Cmdr. Glenn P. Rioux who served as the school's commanding officer since July 2018.
Long-range mission planning is vital to Naval operations and often performed months in advance. Knowing the environment where ships, aircraft, Sailors and Marines will be operating is crucial information.