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Ronald H. Brown

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Conceived The need for a next-generation research vessel in the NOAA fleet, to replace the 60's era vessels Oceanographer, Discoverer, and Researcher (later renamed Malcom Baldrige), was first recognized in the NOAA Fleet...
NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown under construction
February 1, 1995
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Ronald H. Brown Specifications (OMAO , pdf, 203.38 KB) Design Specifications Designer Halter Marine Builder Halter Marine, Inc., Moss Point, MS Launched May 30, 1996   Delivered April 18,...
NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown at sea
February 26, 2009
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NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown at sea
February 21, 2008
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Mailing Address NOAA Ship Ronald H.BrownMarine Operations Center, Atlantic439 West York StreetNorfolk, VA 23510-1145Noaa.Ship.Ronald.Brown@noaa.gov Phone in Port Cellular 843-693-2082 (Ship) 843-297-1875 (CO) 843-...
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NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown at sea
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Homeported in Charleston, South Carolina, NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown is a global-class oceanographic and atmospheric research platform, and is the largest vessel in the NOAA fleet. With its highly advanced instruments, the...
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NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown is a global-class oceanographic and atmospheric research platform. With its highly advanced instruments and sensors, the ship travels worldwide supporting scientific studies to increase our...

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