Congratulations to the crew of Pisces, one of the vessels in NOAA's fleet of 16 research and survey ships.
OMAO people and platforms were deployed from Hawaii to Bermuda to ensure forecasters, emergency managers, responders and the public had the information they needed to protect lives.
The 208-foot hydrographic survey vessel conducted seafloor surveys to identify submerged hazards to navigation following Hurricane Maria.
A team of marine debris removal experts working from the Honolulu-based Oscar Elton Sette conducted operations at Pearl and Hermes Atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
Ronald H. Brown, NOAA's largest ship, returns to Charleston after more than eight months at sea.
Rainier responded to a request from the U.S. Coast Guard to assist a sailboat in distress in rough seas off California. The incident ended safely for the master of the disabled vessel.
Two of NOAA's longest-serving ships saluted for 50 years of service and survey to the nation.
"Kermit" is taking weather observations to help NOAA calibrate and validate weather satellite sensor data.
NOAA Hurricane Hunters flew around-the-clock to support Hurricane Maria and Irma forecasts. In the wake of the storm, NOAA aircraft and ships are now supporting response efforts.
As September came to a close, so did NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer's final expedition as part of NOAA's Campaign to Address Pacific monument Science, Technology, and Ocean NEeds (CAPSTONE).