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China Lake recognizes 25 Project Management 101 graduates

Project Management 101 graduates at Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division are flanked by Rich Burr, left, NAWCWD Threat/Targets director, Harlan Kooima, director of the Software and Missions Integration Department, and Cmdr. Matthew Sniffin, NAWCWD vice commander, following an Aug. 30 ceremony at China Lake. (U.S. Navy photo)

Project Management 101 graduates at Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division are flanked by Rich Burr, left, NAWCWD Threat/Targets director, Harlan Kooima, director of the Software and Missions Integration Department, and Cmdr. Matthew Sniffin, NAWCWD vice commander, following an Aug. 30 ceremony at China Lake. (U.S. Navy photo)

Sep 5, 2018

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Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division recognized 25 graduates of Project Management 101 during a ceremony Aug. 30 at China Lake. Twenty-one graduates were recognized at Point Mugu bringing the program total to nearly 600 graduates since its inception.

“We need faster deliveries of more capable products,” said keynote speaker Harlan Kooima, director of the Software and Missions Integration Department. “Our warfighters have already put themselves out there and they’re counting on us. We’re asked to do more than our jobs; we’re asked to have the passion and the fire in our bellies to know that good enough is not good enough.”

This year’s China Lake graduates were: Brice Ambrecht, Sarah Baker, Catherine Brogden, Chris Catron, Amy Corcoran, Kristoffer Corkish, James Deyonker, Brain Dutton, Kevin Ford, Steven Griffin, Kathryn Harr, Ashley Lemons, Gavin Macgregor, Kevin Margetta, Glen McCue, Craig Miller, George Mizushima, Elizabeth Moore, Dorothea O’Leary, Carla Paiz, Brian Reteneller, David Rushing, Nathan Simons, Jennie Smith and Imari Omar Stephens.

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<p>China Lake, in California’s Mojave Desert, is home to NAVAIR’s Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD). Few areas in the world offer such wide variety of geographical features in close proximity...mountains, deserts, canyons, caves and forests. The unencroached air and land ranges at China Lake provide unmatched geographic conditions in which to develop and test weapon systems and explore tactics for desert and mountain environments.</p>

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