NEWS – McMullen

March 30, 2015

Naval Surface Warfare Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) engineer Brenden McMullen

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NEWS – FIRST_2015

March 30, 2015

Orange County High School Hornets

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Home – NSWC DAHLGREN DIVISION

March 30, 2015

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) leads the technical integration and interoperability (I&I) of highly complex systems of systems that make up our nation’s Surface Warfare capabilities.

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ERDC-GSL: Facilities/Equipment

March 30, 2015

Geosciences Research, Applications, and Test Facility

This facility provides the most extensive near-surface geophysics equipment and applications capability in the Department of Defense (DoD). Research conducted in this facility specializes in engineering, environmental, archeological, and groundwater geophysics and geology. The facility supports the DoD requirements for foundation investigations, installation restoration, cultural resource assessments, military groundwater supply, tunnel detection, and environmental site characterization. In addition, a 15,000-sq ft Engineering Geophysics Training Facility, consisting of metallic and nonmetallic targets buried at various depths and orientations, is used for evaluating geophysical instruments and providing hands-on training with the equipment.

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Home – NSWC DAHLGREN DIVISION

March 30, 2015

Welcome to the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division Web site

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RECRUIT – default

March 30, 2015

We are seeking bright, talented professionals who would like to join our team. We offer a lucrative package of benefits and a satisfying career that will count in the defense of our country.

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Areas of Emphasis | nsepgov

March 30, 2015

Federal Employer Areas Of Emphasis

In 1995, NSEP began surveying federal agencies and organizations involved in national security affairs to assess their needs for individuals with global skills, based on their knowledge of world regions, languages and cultures, and field of study. The results of these surveys demonstrated that agencies are eager to locate and hire individuals with global skills that extend across a wide breadth of non-Western countries, who are proficient in less-commonly taught languages, and who have expertise in a broad range of disciplines.

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