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STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss. —Naval Oceanography hosted representatives from the Australian Geo-Spatial Intelligence Organisation (AGO) for an in-depth tour of Naval Oceanography’s global-reaching, environmental-information capabilities, Aug. 12, 2022.AGO’s visit to Naval Oceanography comes in accord with the U.S. Navy’s maritime strategy to utilize allied-partnerships to further its mission.

Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro receives a tour of facilities at the Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC) from Capt. Christi Montgomery, commanding officer of FNMOC, in Monterey Aug. 18, 2022.

Brest, France —— Rear Adm. Ron Piret, Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, and staff members visited the Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service (SHOM) in France, June 27, 2022. US and French officials came together to discuss ways both organizations can cooperate further in the European theater and globally in hydrography and oceanography.

Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (CNMOC) unveils their new command logo encompassing all that Naval Oceanography represents - Sailors and civilians defining and applying the physical environment, from the bottom of the ocean to the stars, to ensure the U.S. Navy has the freedom of action to deter aggression, maintain freedom of the seas and win wars.

15AUG2022, SUITLAND, MD—U.S. Naval Meteorology and Oceanography (Naval Oceanography) representation from U.S. National Ice Center (USNIC) were part of personnel aboard the USCGC Healy (WAGB-20) to successfully deploy Sofar Ocean spotter-buoys during its patrol to the North Pole, this Summer. Currently, Chief Warrant Officer (CWO2) Mike Latin, Operations Officer at USNIC is deployed onboard the Healy—and will oversee execution of the buoys’ deployment. The first buoy was successfully deployed in early August, and the final buoy will deploy later in the month.

STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss.— U.S. Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command hosted representatives from the Italian Hydrographic Institute (IIM) for a tour of commands and familiarization of operational capabilities, July 22, 2022.

Just days before the arrival of Hurricane Douglas, Commander Angela Francis relieves Commander R. Corey Cherrett, as Commanding Officer of Joint Typhoon Warning Center during a Change of Command Ceremony at the USS Missouri Battleship Memorial, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam

PHILIPPINES —— Dr. John Edward Murray Brown from Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command visited the Philippine Navy (PN) headquarters (HQ) and other commands reinforcing the U.S-Philippine partnership and efforts to support a free and open Indo-Pacific—following the 31st U.S.-Philippine Hydrographic Survey Working Group (HSWG), June 20-30, 2022.Naval Oceanography’s Indo-Pacific 3rd & 7th Fleet Representative, Dr. Brown visited Philippine Fleet Commander, Rear Adm. Nichols Driz at Fleet HQ’s Naval Base Heracleo Alano in Sangely Point, Cavite City, June 29.

 
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