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USS Indianapolis LCS 17 Launching

It's been twenty years since the last USS Indianapolis SSN 697 was in the water. No more the last. The Newest USS Indianapolis LCS 17 was launched at 0900 April 18th by Ships Sponsor Mrs. Jill Donnelly.

Posted by USS Indianapolis Commissioning Committee on Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Commuter alert: Lan closures on Pier Access Road between Bushnell Street (near Child Development Center and NUWC Division Newport Building 80) and Gate 17 will occur daily through April 30 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. for National Grid pole and utility work. .

Police will be on scene directing traffic, so please drive safely and allow for extra time if you use that road.

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Bring a Child to Work Day 2018

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Welcome girls and boys to NUWC Division Newport's annual Bring a Child to Work Day! We hope you have fun learning about all the ways we support the missions of the U.S. Navy.

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Th Eagle will be in Newport, May 7-9 ....


Set sail aboard USCGC Eagle!Cadets at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy learn seamanship aboard the only active sailing vessel in U.S. government service. #KnowYourMil

Posted by U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on Wednesday, April 18, 2018

All lanes on Newport Bridge now reopened ...

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More on ICEX 2018 ...

April 11 was the anniversary of the formation of the U.S. Submarine Force ...

2018 Submarine Force Birthday

118 years ago, the U.S. Navy purchased the USS Holland (SS 1), giving birth to America's Submarine Force! Happy birthday, Submarine Force! Let us know your favorite submarine birthday memory!#HappyBirthday #HooyahSUBFORCE!

Posted by Commander, Submarine Forces on Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Dennis Gallagher, from the Underwater Systems Development Group at NSWC Panama City Division describe the Divers Augmented Vision Display (DAVD), a prototype which features a see-through head-up display capability inside a U.S. Navy diving helmet. The prototype uses a waveguide optical display technology to provide high resolution color data and imagery to the diver. The diver can clearly view sonar, video, text messages, photos, schematics, and augmented reality overlays during training and actual dive missions. #SAS2018 #OneNAVSEA

Posted by Naval Sea Systems Command on Wednesday, April 11, 2018