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NAVSEA Bundy Scholar Program

NAVSEA master's degree program

The U.S. Naval War College (NWC) is now offering a highly competitive master’s degree program to Naval Sea System Command (NAVSEA) warfare center employees to provide in-depth U.S. Navy operational experience. The prestigious program was named for Dr. William Bundy, the former associate provost for Warfighting Research and Development, and director of the Vice Admiral Samuel L. Gravely Jr. Naval Warfare

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Research on Mammal Exposure to Noise, Shock Loads

NAVSEA mammal research

A Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport team of oceanographers, marinebiologists and engineers is determined to collect new data on marine mammals in an effort toprovide the U.S. Navy with more applicable test plan information when it comes to mammalexposure to noise and shock loads. Navy operations and exercises may expose marine mammals to man-made noise and shock loads,such

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New NUWC Division Newport Deputy Public Affairs Officer

Caroline Diette NUWC

U.S. Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport has named a new deputy public affairs officer, Caroline “Carly” Diette, to communicate the command’s message of providing superior undersea warfare capabilities to the Navy fleet with the rest of the world. Diette began her naval career in 2004 by earning a Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship to Vanderbilt University in

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US Navy Researches Biological ITL Ecosystems

copepod NOAA

By Kayla Matthews Some of the U.S. Navy’s biggest tactical obstacles are tiny sea creatures. Intermediate trophic level (ITL) organisms can interfere with navigation and surveillance equipment, making it difficult to carry out some operations efficiently. To address the issue, the Navy started researching this marine life last year. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) oceanographer Brad Penta led the research project

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