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Presented by: Kristine Turner/Ken White/Ari Cortez
NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER
Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD) was established in 1963 as Naval Ship Missile Systems Engineering Station (NSMSES) as part of the solution to improve development, production, and integration (missile, ship’s systems, and people) of surface missile systems. Testing the missile systems against real targets in realistic war-gaming events to determine their efficiency was key part of this strategy. While our name has changed over time to include our iconic Naval Ship Weapons Systems Engineering Station (NSWSES), our mission has sustained the test of time—integrate, test, evaluate, and provide life cycle engineering and product support for warfare systems. In the midst of emerging mission technologies, we continue to add rigor to our T&E function. This talk touches up on our heritage and on some of the initiatives we are pushing.
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13 - 13 Sep 2022
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