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MOBILE, Ala. (Jan. 18, 2017) -- The Honorable Robert O. Wefald (right), former North Dakota State District Court Judge, welds his initials into the keel plate of the future USNS City of Bismarck (EPF 9) with the assistance of Austal USA Class A Welder Richard A. Sinclair (left). The keel authentication ceremony was held Jan. 18 at the Austal USA Shipyard in Mobile, Ala. (Photo by David Stoltz)

ARLINGTON, Va (Jan. 12, 2017) – Vice Admiral Thomas Moore, Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command leads a discussion panel on Shipbuilding during the Surface Navy Association's 29th National Symposium at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Crystal City. Panelists included Rear Adm. William J. Galinis, USN, PEO SHIPS; Rear Adm. Michael E. Jabaley, USN, PEO SUBS; Rear Adm. Douglas W. Small, USN, PEO IWS; Rear Adm. John P. Neagley, USN, PEO LCS; and Rear Adm. Michael J. Haycock, USCG, Director of Acquisition Programs and PEO (CG-93) (U.S. Navy Photo by Juan P. Liriano/Released)

ARLINGTON, Va. (Jan. 12, 2017) -- Capt. Seiko Okano, major program manager, Above Water Sensors, PEO IWS gives an update about her Above Water Sensors program during the 2017 Surface Navy Association's 29th National Symposium at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Crystal City. NAVSEA designs, builds, delivers and maintain ships and systems on time and on-cost for the U.S. Navy. (U.S. Navy Photo by Juan P. Liriano/Released)

ARLINGTON, Va. (Jan. 10, 2017) -- Capt. Jon Rucker, program manager, Unmanned Maritime Systems, PEO LCS gives an Unmanned Maritime Systems update during the 2017 Surface Navy Association's 29th National Symposium at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Crystal City. NAVSEA designs, builds, delivers and maintains ships and systems on-time and on-cost for the U.S. Navy. (U.S. Navy Photo by Juan P. Liriano/Released)

MOBILE, Ala. (Dec. 23, 2016) – The Navy accepted delivery of the future USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10) during a ceremony. Gabrielle Giffords is the ninth littoral combat ship (LCS) to be delivered to the Navy.
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Mission accomplished! A Team of Navy divers from NEDU Navy Experimental Diving Unit just surfaced from a successful saturation dive that lasted 11 days. Learn more about their experience below:
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What's it like to be a part of the Electric Ships team supporting future, energy-based weapons? Make sure to turn the sound on to hear Mark Kinney's NAVSEA story below:
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#ForceBehindtheFleet Vice Adm. Tom Moore visited our Forward Deployed Regional Maintenance Center team in Rota, Spain last week. While there, he also visited the crew of USS Ross (DDG 71), currently in the midst of an availability. (U.S. Navy photos courtesy of Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Brian Dietrick/Released)
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NAVSEA is proud to partner with U.S. Army White Sands Missile Range to test weapon and combat systems that will strengthen naval power at and from the sea.
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This just in: Keel laid for Future USS Lyndon B. Johnson (DDG 1002) today at General Dynamics Bath Iron Works. The keel was authenticated by President Johnson’s daughters and ship co-sponsors, Ms. Lynda Johnson Robb and Ms. Luci Baines Johnson, by welding their initials into the keel plate. Read more: http://www.navsea.navy.mil/Media/News/Article/1064668/keel-laid-for-future-uss-lyndon-b-johnson-ddg-1002/
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What's it like to work at NAVSEA in surface ship readiness and sustainment? Make sure you turn the sound on to hear Edward Godfrey's story below:
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NSWC PCD exhibited a few of their latest innovations and improved capabilities during a NAVSEA Tech Demo, Wednesday in the Humphreys Building at the Washington Navy Yard! (U.S. Navy Photos by Juan P. Liriano/Released)
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Congratulations on beginning construction to future Lenah H. Sutcliffe Higbee (DDG 123) at Huntington Ingalls Industries' shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss., and to Expeditionary Sea Base (ESB 5) at General Dynamics Nassco's shipyard in San Diego, Calif., Wednesday, Jan. 25.
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Six of our NEDU Navy Experimental Diving Unit Sailors are in the midst of the first saturation dive in 10 years where they will be compressed to a depth of 500 feet! The dive will accomplish two goals: the first is to evaluate, test, and certify the new HeliCom Matrix which is a system that returns speech patterns to normal after the breathing of helium to enable better communication after breathing mixed gasses, and the second will be a training scenario to maintain qualifications for saturation diving. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2ktVFrw (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Fred Gray IV/Released)
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