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NAVAIR team receives top environmental excellence award

Rear Admiral Shane Gahagan, Command Master Chief Christopher Chelberg and Captain Jeffrey Carty congratulate NAVAIR's Environment, Safety and Occupational Health team after receiving the Chief of Naval Operations Environmental Award for Environmental Excellence in Weapon System Acquisition, Large Program category.

Rear Admiral Shane Gahagan, Command Master Chief Christopher Chelberg and Captain Jeffrey Carty congratulate NAVAIR's Environment, Safety and Occupational Health team after receiving the Chief of Naval Operations Environmental Award for Environmental Excellence in Weapon System Acquisition, Large Program category.

Jun 13, 2018

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NAVAL AIRWARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION, PATUXENT RIVER, Md.— The Naval Air Systems Command’s (NAVAIR) 4.3.4 Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) team received their Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Environmental Awards during a ceremony here, June 13.

The CNO Environmental Awards recognize Navy ships, installations, teams and individuals for their achievements in environmental stewardship on an annual basis. The Air 4.3.4 ESOH team’s award is in the Environmental Excellence in Weapon System Acquisition, Large Program category.

“This award attests to the level of excellence that is standard throughout the entire NAVAIR organization,” said Rear Adm. Shane Gahagan, NAWCAD commander and assistant commander for research and engineering, NAVAIR. “I commend the ESOH team for expertly balancing our commitment to the mission with our duty to protect the natural environment.”

Team members include Chemistry and Analysis Branch Head Gina Caudill; ESOH Team Lead Michele Pok; physical scientists Jennifer Bryan, Kathryn Edgar, Laura Essex, Sandra Golberg, and Corey Pressley-Plakos; chemical engineers Calvin Chi, Young Han, and Justin Wong; environmental engineers Allura Jiles and Dorothy Peterson; materials engineer Jeanelle Tortorice; chemist Elizabeth Monillas; and senior scientist Kevin Kovaleski.

With facilities in Patuxent River, Maryland; Lakehurst, New Jersey; and Orlando, Florida NAWCAD supports the research and development, engineering, test and evaluation of all Navy and Marine Corps air vehicle systems and trainers.

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