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Basic Officer Training Class 138
November 10, 2021
Type: Media: Image
(L-R) Top row: ENS Michael Doneghey
2nd row down: ENS Forrest Foxen, ENS Carrington Conerly
3rd row down: ENS Daniel Stofka, ENS Anna Gaskill
4th row down: ENS Mikal Montgomery, ENS Justin Weeks, ENS Desda Sisson, ENS Bonnie Vierra
5th row down: ENS Gemma Venuti, ENS Heather Gaughan
6th row down: LT Michael Ball, CDR Chris Skapin, LT Chris Gallagher
Crewmember collects sediment core sample
October 19, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Emily Osborne collects a sediment core sample from aboard NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown boring a tube into the seafloor and then bringing up a column, or core, of sediment intact within the tube. Caps can automatically seal off the ends of the core after it has pulled up a sample, protecting the sample and keeping it intact.

October 1, 2021
Type: Media: Video

Aircraft noise

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown CTD deployment
July 7, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Crewmembers Bryce Dewees and Jon Sharp deploy a CTD (connectivity, temperature and depth) device from aboard NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown.

Ceremony participants with shovels during NOAA Ketchikan Port Facility groundbreaking event
August 31, 2021
Type: Media: Article

Federal, state and local officials joined NOAA on Aug. 31, 2021, at a groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of a project to revitalize the agency’s port facility in Ketchikan, Alaska. NOAA awarded an $18.7 million contract in April 2021 to...

Ceremony participants with shovels during NOAA Ketchikan Port Facility groundbreaking event
August 31, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Participants in the Aug. 31, 2021 groundbreaking ceremony for the NOAA Ketchikan Port Facility revitalization project.

Lt. Cmdr. Copare at the controls of NOAA WP-3D Orion N43RF Miss Piggy in the eye of Category 4 Hurricane Ida August 29, 2021
September 3, 2021
Type: Media: Article

NOAA's hurricane hunter and emergency response aircraft provided data critical to storm forecasting and recovery efforts.

Lt. j.g. Junge NOAA Corps operates sensors in NOAA Beechcraft King Air N68RF during storm damage assessment flights
August 30, 2021
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Corps officer Lt. j.g. Junge operates sensors in NOAA Beechcraft King Air 350CER N68RF after storm damage assessment flights on Aug. 30, 2021 following Hurricane Ida.

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