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NOAA Ship Pisces underway
December 4, 2018
Type: Media: Article

Congratulations to the crew of Pisces, one of the vessels in NOAA's fleet of 16 research and survey ships.

NOAA Ship Rainier Rescuing Sailboat in Distress
September 1, 2018
Type: Media: Article

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.

NOAA Ship Rainier Rescuing Sailboat in Distress
September 1, 2018
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Ship Rainier assists a sailboat in distress off the California coast in September 2018.

November 28, 2018
Type: Media: Document

This document lists the changes to the NDSSM which became effective on November 28, 2018.

NOAA Ships Rainier and Fairweather
March 23, 2018
Type: Media: Article

Two of NOAA's longest-serving ships saluted for 50 years of service and survey to the nation.

CDR Ryan Kidder at the controls of NOAA's King Air
November 30, 2018
Type: Media: Article

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.

CDR Ryan Kidder at the controls of NOAA's King Air
October 11, 2019
Type: Media: Image

Cmdr. Ryan Kidder at the controls of NOAA's King Air 350 CER on Oct. 11, 2018, during an overflight of the Florida panhandle following Hurricane Michael.

NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown at sea
October 22, 2018
Type: Media: Article

Ronald H. Brown, NOAA's largest ship, returns to Charleston after more than eight months at sea.

CAPT Kristie Twining and LCDR Rebecca Waddington in the NOAA Gulfstream IV's cockpit
February 5, 2019
Type: Media: Article

On August 5, 2018, NOAA Corps officers Capt. Kristie Twining and Lt. Cmdr. Rebecca Waddington became the first all-female team to pilot a NOAA aircraft during a hurricane mission.

CAPT Kristie Twining and LCDR Rebecca Waddington in the NOAA Gulfstream IV's cockpit
February 5, 2019
Type: Media: Image

Capt. Kristie Twining (right) and Lt. Cmdr. Rebecca Waddington on the flight deck of NOAA's Gulfstream IV hurricane hunter jet.

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