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A U.S. Navy Resource Protection Duty Officer (RPDO) uses AWIPS to access real-time atmospheric data to issue the most accurate and timely weather watches, warnings, and advisories (WWA). RPDO’s will soon be able to issue TAFs, using the AWIPS’ capability.

(Left to Right): Calvin Martin, U. S. Navy Fleet Survey Team, Technical Director\Chief Hydrographer; Dr. Stephan Howden, USM faculty member, Interim Director of the Hydrographic Science Research Center and Director of Central Gulf of Mexico Ocean Observing System; Kevin Rolka AG3; Jaret Palmer, AGAN; and Alberto Costa Neves, Hydrographic Science Program Coordinator at USM.

Breast cancer survivor, Lt. Sarah Beemiller and son pose while in uniform.

Electronics Technician 1st Class Christopher Williams and Aerographer's Mate 2nd Class John M. Jetter present a solemn stance in celebration of the Navy's 246th birthday, ringing a United States Ship's bell 8 times commemorating a year completed, and one-more year to come for the U.S. Navy.

Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (CNMOC) unveils their new command logo encompassing all that Naval Oceanography represents

During Hurricane Sally, Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC) and Naval Research Laboratory Marine Meteorology Division (NRL MMD) use the Coupled Ocean/Atmosphere Mesoscale Prediction Systems-Tropical Cyclone (COAMPS-TC) ensemble, running in the Microsoft Azure cloud, to predict landfall of the hurricane along the Alabama/Florida border on Sept. 13.

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