Naval Oceanographic Office Story Archive

NAVOCEANO Kicks Off Navy Week in Oklahoma City  (19 September 2017)
Personnel from the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) helped kick off Navy Week Oklahoma City, Sept. 18, by visiting Mount St. Mary High School, touring the National Weather Center and speaking to a meteorology class at The University of Oklahoma.
COMNAVMETOCCOM DCOM Gets Back to Roots for Navy Week Oklahoma City  (21 September 2017)
Oklahoma City is hosting Navy Week Sept. 18-24, and Command, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (COMNAVMETOCCOM) Deputy Commander and Technical Director Dr. Bill Burnett accepted the invitation to attend as the Navy senior leader, which would bring him back to where his career began.
Svatek Assumes Command of Fleet Survey Team  (16 October 2017)
Cmdr. Mike E. Svatek assumed command of Fleet Survey Team (FST) from Cmdr. J.P. Garstka at a ceremony held Thursday, Oct. 12, at John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC) in southern Mississippi.
Piret Takes Helm at 75th NAVOCEANO Change of Command   (17 January 2018)
Capt. Ron Piret relieved Capt. Greg Ireton, as commanding officer of the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) during a ceremony held in Slidell, Louisiana, Jan. 12, at the Slidell Municipal Auditorium.
NAVOCEANO Inspires Next Generation to Pursue STEM Careers at Navy Week San Antonio  (23 February 2018)
Military and civilian personnel from the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) visited over 600 students across San Antonio at Navy Week, February 19-23, to discuss their careers in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, fields.
NAVOCEANO Forges Ahead, Surpassing Unmanned Systems Milestone  (30 July 2018)
The Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) made history earlier this year, simultaneously commanding and controlling 50 ocean gliders, more than any other governmental or academic entity, and continues to raise the bar this summer.
Navy Partners with NOAA on Glider Hurricane Research Program  (4 August 2018)
U.S. Navy is partnering with NOAA to utilize unmanned underwater vehicles to help improve hurricane intensity forecasts.

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