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  • 150615-N-ZZ999-269: Cris Bartholomew, son of Capt. Charles "Black Bart" Bartholomew, USN, takes a photo of a board June 15, 2015 that features Navy Experimental Diving Unit's (NEDU) deep dive records. One of the featured dive records includes a 1,800 ft. NEDU dive that happened in 1979 when his father was the NEDU commanding officer. Capt. Bartholomew served as the commanding officer from 1977-1980 and died during a dive in 1990. Today, a former Navy supply ship turned artificial reef called the "Black Bart" is visited annually by sport divers off the coast of Panama City, Florida. (RELEASED/Photo by Katherine Mapp, NSWC PCD Public Affairs).  150615-N-ZZ999-269
  • 140605-N-PY562-001: Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Project Engineer John Klose relaxes in a test tank during initial thermal protection pilot studies at University of Montana's Center for Work Physiology and Exercise Metabolism (WPEM). (Courtesy photo).  140605-N-PY562-001
  • 120907-N-CM547-002: U.S. Navy ACV platforms such as the current Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) and future Ship to Shore Connector (SSC) serve many purposes, including the transport of equipment and personnel between locations at sea and ashore during Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Recovery (HA/DR) and Major Combat Operations (MCO). Graphic Design by Victor Strickland, NSWC PCD (Released)  120907-N-CM547-002
  • HM-14 Squadron Sailors maintain a MH-53E aircraft on March 5, 2013 at Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) during airborne mine countermeasure (AMCM) training between February 24 and March 15, 2013. The squadron conducted mine hunting tactics training using the MK-105 tow sled and the AN/AQS-24 in the Joint Gulf Test Range located in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico just off the coast of Panama City Beach, Fla. Photo by Dave Sussman.  130305-N-SF658-005
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PENSACOLA, Fla. (Jan. 14, 2014) - Navy Search and Rescue (SAR) student swimmers ascend up a rescue winch attached to a MH-60S Seahawk, assigned to the "Dragon Masters" Aviation Unit at Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division, during a SAR training exercise Jan. 14, 2014.   U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Kevin B. Gray (Released)  140114-N-IC111-824
  • 120907-N-CM547-001: The Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Expeditionary and Maritime Systems Department (Code E) engineers have provided the Office of Naval Research with Air Cushion Vehicles (ACV) Subject Matter Expertise (SME) and program management support for the T-Craft program since 2007. This effort has led to improved lift-fan and bow seal finger design features that could be included in future ACV designs. Graphic Design by Victor Strickland, NSWC PCD (Released)  120907-N-CM547-001
  • HM-14 Squadron Sailors conduct airborne mine countermeasure (AMCM) training towing the MK-106 tow sled on March 5, 2013 in the waters of St. Andrew Bay near Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD). The tow sled is a magnetic influence sweep system used in AMCM missions. Photos by Ron Newsome.  130305-N-PB086-085
  • The high speed, aluminum catamaran Sea Fighter (FSF 1) returned to its Panama City, Fla., homeport on Feb. 28, 2012, after almost four months in the Mobile, Ala., shipyard. Sea Fighter, an experimental craft, is used to evaluate the hydrodynamic performance, structural behavior, mission flexibility, and propulsion system efficiency of high speed vessels at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division.  120228-N-AB302-008


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