one for every Sailor — active and reserve, uniformed and civilian — is the operational
readiness of today’s Navy. That means being ready both in our personal and
professional lives — and part of that readiness is continuing to hold ourselves
to high ideals of integrity and service.
on my first three months as chief of naval operations, I want each and every Sailor
to think about who we are as a Navy and the constitutional oath we commit
ourselves to. That oath is what binds us together. It is the foundation of our
profession. It is our north star. It defines us.
is no overstatement to say that naval service requires deeper and broader
knowledge than it ever has before. You must summon all your energy to ensure
that we are ready to fight today; not tomorrow, not in some distant future but
today. That all starts with good order and discipline at every level of the
chain of command.
be clear, we must be men and women of integrity. We must be honorable. We must
be standard-bearers. We must be above reproach. And we must not give anyone
cause to question our fundamental values. That is what sets us apart as a
I am counting on you. I expect commanders at every level to epitomize integrity
and exemplify our core values at all times. Senior enlisted leaders, I expect you
to anchor up and show your Sailors what right looks like on the deck-plates,
day-in and day-out. And I expect every Sailor to display the character and honor
that has always defined our Navy. These ideals are central to who we are.
responsibility for ethical and professional behavior must be taken seriously — and
we must own it at every level. We must be protectors and exemplify our values.
counting on each of you to set a strong personal example of responsible
behavior, both on and off duty.
there is much work to be done, the tenacity and ingenuity of our Sailors will
take us where we need to go — and do so at a flank bell.
In the new age of warfare, Navy has been using modern technologies to solve problems demonstrating the potential to increase fleet readiness even further and strengthen our Navy for the future.
Whether it’s additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, unmanned systems or mobile applications, Navy has been implementing the newest technologies and increasing the rate of technological creation in the face of great power competition.
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3D MEDICAL APPLICATIONS CENTER: Software and Digital Application
In the video below, see how Navy medicine is using advanced software technologies utilized by 3D printers to create devices and prosthesis at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Maryland.
NAVSEA TIIL Gets Cold Spray Down Cold (July 10, 2019)
KEYPORT, Washington (NNS) — The Naval Sea Systems Command’s Tactical Innovation Implementation Labsprinted toward the future with the Cold Spray Sprint in January, an effort that kicked off the deployment of cutting-edge cold spray technology to shipyards and depot-level maintenance centers. Read more on Navy.mil
NAVWAR Enterprise Launches Artificial Intelligence Prize Challenge with $150,000 Offerred in Prizes (July 9, 2019)
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (NNS) — The Navy kicked off the Artificial Intelligence Applications to Autonomous Cybersecurity Challenge, a prize competition seeking innovative machine learning and artificial intelligence solutions for real-world cybersecurity challenges. Read more on Navy.mil
Navy Data Platform Consolidates Business Intelligence Capabilities (July 9, 2019)
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (NNS) — Naval Supply Systems Command Business Systems Center launched Navy Data Platform, a standardized business intelligence and data platform that supports Navy supply-chain data-analytic capabilities. Read more on Navy.mil
Eye on Innovation: Making Huge Strides in Virtual Reality at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (July 3, 2019)
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (NNS) — Imagine conducting ship checks and training aboard a ship without ever leaving your office. At Norfolk Naval Shipyard, this has become a reality thanks to virtual reality. Read more on Navy.mil
UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS LABORATORY
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division’s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Laboratory, based under the Sea-Based Aviation and Aeromechanics Branch, develops UAS for the maritime mobility mission of Carderock. This is a video feature on the lab, located at West Bethesda, Maryland.
Junior Navy Scientists, Engineers Develop Integration Capability for Electric Weapons (June 13, 2019)
DAHLGREN, Va. (NNS) — Six junior Navy technologists recently out of college proved the potential of their project known as PEGASUS (Power and Energy Generation Analysis SimUlation System) to integrate electric weapons and electric propulsion systems aboard Navy ships. Read more on Navy.mil
Navy’s 3D Submarine Radio Room Training Technology Adapted for USMC Tactical Communicators (June 13, 2019)
CHARLESTON, S.C. (NNS) — Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic developed and fielded 3D virtual training technology traditionally used by Navy submariners as part of a New Equipment Training package designed for U.S. Marine Corps communicators. Read more on Navy.mil
Laser Focus: ONR Global and the Competition for High-Intensity Lasers (June 4, 2019)
ARLINGTON, Va. (NNS) — In the 1990s, the United States was the leading innovator and dominant user of high-intensity laser technology, according to a 2017 report published by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. Read more on Navy.mil
Carderock’s McAllister Talks Future of Unmanned Vehicles (May 28, 2019)
WEST BETHESDA, Md. (NNS) — Before the turn of the century, futurists imagined today looking something like an episode of “The Jetsons,” with robots doing the dull and dirty work in every home, and pilotless flying cars providing seamless transportation. Read more on Navy.mil
Marines Make Virtual Training Reality for Naval Aviators (May 20, 2019)
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (NNS) — The dream of becoming jet pilots was almost within their reach. Self-confessed mechanical engineering geeks, the Occhipinti brothers commissioned as second lieutenants in the United States Marine Corps in 2013. Read more on Navy.mil
NAVSEA and NUWC Division, Keyport’s 3D Blueprint for the Future (May 16, 2019)
KEYPORT, Washington (NNS) — Naval Sea Systems Command Tactical Innovation Implementation Lab is advancing and maturing additive manufacturing (AM, also known as 3D printing) technology into the naval shipyards to support the fleet through Print Sprint II. Read more on Navy.mil
NRL Introduces Newly Acquired Aircraft for Airborne Research (May 14, 2019)
WASHINGTON (NNS) — The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory and the Navy’s premier science and technology research squadron, Scientific Development Squadron ONE (VXS-1), unveiled the UV-18 “Twin Otter” as the newest addition to the squadron’s unique fleet of aircraft research platforms. Read more on Navy.mil
NAVSUP Showcases Innovation at Sea Air Space Expo 2019 (May 6, 2019)
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. (NNS) — Naval Supply Systems Command showcases innovative technology and processes at this year’s Sea Air Space Exposition, May 6-8, in National Harbor, Maryland. Read more on Navy.mil
Modernization Takes Navy Enterprise Resource Planning to the Cloud (May 6, 2019)
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (NNS) — From purchase request to final delivery, a well-coordinated orchestra of technology and people work in harmony to ensure Navy supply-chain integrity. Read more on Navy.mil
Data, Web, and Artificial Intelligence: Navy’s Next Frontier (May 6, 2019)
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (NNS) — As information technology rapidly advances, the use of mobile applications and artificial intelligence will continue to impact Navy decision-makers well into the future. Read more on Navy.mil
Mobile Devices Enhance Navy Inventory Control (May 6, 2019)
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (NNS) — Navy Mobile Computing teams from Naval Supply Systems Command Business Systems Center are deploying mobile technology and support to deliver improved logistics readiness to the fleet. Read more on Navy.mil
NUWC Division, Keyport Strives to Leap Ahead in Virtual Reality (May 2, 2019)
KEYPORT, Wa. (NNS) — The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport is bringing what used to be science fiction to the world of science fact through the development of practical augmented reality and virtual reality technology. Read more on Navy.mil
Eye on Innovation: NNSY T&I Lab Hosts Shipyard Sharing Program (May 1, 2019)
PORTSMOUTH, VA (NNS) — The Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) Technology and Innovation Lab strives to break down barriers and bring technologies of the shipyard to the forefront, aiding employees who aim to make their jobs safer and more efficient through NNSY’s Innovation Program. Read more on Navy.mil
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