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BUILDING TOUGHNESS & RESILIENCY THROUGH ADVERSITY – Webinar Event

Thanks and Bravo Zulu to the Terrific Tidewater Chapter of NNOA for putting this event together.

It is a rare and special chance to hear from two of the three officers who rose to the highest level of our Navy.  You don’t want to miss it.

Saturday 12 June from noon to 1330 EDT.

Register by emailing:
LT Linda McMillan at ljmcmillan1212@gmail.com
CDR Desmond Walker at desmond.walker@outlook.com

Naval Postgraduate School Important Events

Shipmates!
Please don’t miss these important events coming from our Naval Postgraduate School.  I believe that understanding the Future Force and Intelligent Autonomous Systems is essential for all members of the Sea Services.  Details are below.

Admirals, Generals, and Senior Executives,

I am emailing to invite you to two virtual events co-sponsored by the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Executive Education and Naval Warfare Studies Institute. These events are specifically created for senior leaders and focus on a specific emerging technology with critical warfighting implications – Intelligent Autonomous Systems.

Intelligent Autonomous Systems, including robots and drones, will be an ever-increasing site on battlefields of the 21st century.  If attacks like the one on Saudi Arabia’s Abqaiq and Khurais oil facilities in 2020 served as a wake-up call regarding the potential strategic effects of IAS in a limited surprise attack, the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh conflict demonstrated what these kinds of capabilities might look like integrated into military operations during a highly-kinetic conflict.  Numerous reports state that Azerbaijani drones were “game-changing.”  Whether ISR, long-range strike (including loitering munitions), electronic warfare, EOD, logistics, or force protection, the IAS revolution is not coming – it is here.

Considering the complexity and the potentially revolutionary impact Intelligent Autonomous Systems will have on all aspects of naval readiness and warfighting and considering your critical role in guiding our services as we integrate these technologies into our concepts and exploit them via capability development, NPS would like to support you by offering two related events on IAS:
1. 25 May 2021 from 1200-1300 PDT/1500-1600 EDT : A public lecture-style presentation by the Chief of Naval Research, RADM Lorin Selby, entitled “Re-Imagining the Future Force.”  This event is a part of the Secretary of the Navy Guest Lecture (SGL) Series.  The event will feature a presentation by RADM Selby followed by extensive time for Q&A.

2. 1 Jun 2021 from 1000-1200 PDT/1300-1500 EDT : A panel discussion on IAS and the implications for the Navy and Marine Corps followed by Q&A.  The panel consists of:
• Dr. Tim Grayson (moderator) – Director of DARPA’s Strategic Technology Office
• VADM(Ret) Luke McCollum – WalMart’s Vice President for Logistics Services
• Ms. Dorothy Englehardt – Director for Unmanned Systems, DASN Ships
• Dr. Karen Myers – Director of Stanford Research Institute’s AI Center
• Dr. Phil Root – Deputy Director of DARPA’s Defense Sciences Office

The combination of these two events – the CNR’s lecture and Q&A followed by the panel and Q&A on naval use cases, concepts, and capabilities related to Intelligent Autonomous Systems – is intended to provide you a solid foundation in this emerging technology and as well as insights on its impact to future naval warfighting.  NPS and the Naval Warfare Studies Institute is excited to offer you this opportunity in support of your efforts to change our Navy and Marine Corps in ways that better adopt, adapt to, and integrate emerging technologies for combat advantage.

An RSVP is not required for event #1, the SGL – merely connect to the NPS live stream site (http://www.nps.edu/watchlive) at the time of the event.

An RSVP is not required for event #2, the panel discussion  – please click on the MS Teams link provided below to connect a few minutes before the event.

Microsoft Teams meeting (IAS Panel)
Click here to join the meeting

Thank you in advance for your attendance and participation.

Very respectfully,
Winli
__________________________
Ms Winli McAnally
Director
Center for Executive Education
Naval Postgraduate School
wmcanall@nps.edu
mcanallyw@nps.navy.smil.mil
http://my.nps.edu/web/cee

CAPT Timika Lindsay Retirement Ceremony

Vice Admiral Sean S. Buck
Superintendent, U.S. Naval Academy

Requests the pleasure of your company at a
Virtual Retirement Ceremony in honor of

Captain Timika B. Lindsay, United States Navy

Tuesday, the Eighteenth of May
Two thousand and twenty-one
eleven o’ clock in the morning (EDT)

To view, please connect via YouTube ten minutes prior to the start of the event at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2uWeQ84KZjQKlJlDU9tLQ
Captain Lindsay would also like you to sign her Kudoboard at https://www.kudoboard.com/boards/BmLn88V6

POC: Mrs. Shannon Murray, USNA ’92
(512) 914-7972

Farewell LT Arlene MaGee, USN (Retired)

Arlene Turner-Magee attended Southern University A&M College while on NROTC Scholarship. She was commissioned in the US Navy in May 1985. She was stationed in San Diego (Coronado), CA then New Orleans, LA. She was retired on active duty in 1991 after a tragic car accident that left her a paralyzed. She leaves behind three children, her father, a sister and a brother.

A Celebration Service honoring the Life and Spirit of Arlene MaGee, USN (Retired) LT/0-3 at US Navy of Atlanta, Georgia formerly of Pensacola, Florida was held Saturday, April 10, 2021, 2:00 p. m. at New Life Tabernacle Church of God In Christ,  715 Cleveland Avenue, SE Atlanta, Georgia; Bishop J. E. Hogan, officiating. Interment, Georgia National Cemetery. Remains will lie in repose from 12:00 noon until the hour of service. Survivors are three children, Brandon Bolden, Ashley Bolden and Elisha MaGee; parents, Archie (Beverly) Turner, Sr.; sister, Cynthia (Lorenzo) Robinson; brother, Archie Turner, Jr.; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.  Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 1:30p.m.

ZOOM: The Forgotten Kingdoms and Empires of Africa

Topic: Forgotten Kingdoms and Empires of Africa
Time: Mar 27, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Job Opening – W P DAVIDSON HIGH SCHOOL

W P DAVIDSON HIGH SCHOOL
3900 PLEASANT VALLEY ROAD
MOBILE, ALABAMA, 366094590
(251)221-3084, (251)221-3085
Senior Naval Science Instructor (SNSI) availability 1 August 2022 at WP Davidson High School. NJROTC certified applicants should be highly motivated Naval Officer in grades W-2 through O-6. Previous experience as SNSI and Commercial Bus Driver License (CDL) is applicant force multiplier. The unit averages 120 cadets and is one of three units in NJROTC Area 8 region currently approved for the 8th grade pilot program. Pilot 8th grade program has potential to grow unit to 3-instructor program in SY 2023-24. The unit is on Block Schedule and celebrated its 50th Golden Anniversary in 2019. Unit also enjoys exceptional national, state and local support. The position is a 11-month contract. The current Naval Science Instructor (NSI) is a highly experienced Coast Guard Chief Petty officer. Interested applicants should contact and submit resume to: Captain Tom Daniel, U.S. Navy (Retired), SNSI. Email: Tdaniel@mcpss.com. Office: (251) 221-3088; Cell: (850) 316-5244.”

Farewell Captain Lee T. Womack, Sr., USN (Ret.)

March 11, 1947 – March 9, 2021

It is with great sadness that I inform the members of NNOA about the passing of Captain Lee T. Womack, Sr., USN (Ret.). Captain Womack served as President of NNOA from 1993 to 1995.

Thank you to all of the NNOA members for their condolences. My family appreciates the support. Angela (Captain Womack’s daughter)

Services:

Temple & Sons, Service:  11:00 am, Friday March 19, Emmanuel Baptist Church, 2140 N. Kelley Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73111

It’s a private family service due to Corona Virus restrictions.

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