NAWCWD

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NAWCWDNaval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division
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Johnson briefed several recent speed-to-fleet projects undertaken by NAWCWD, including the BATWING antenna, which increases the range of the ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System installed on EA-18G Growlers, Johnson said.
The NAWCWD, China Lake In-Service Support Center (ISSC) directly supports safety-related engineering investigations on parachutes and restraint harnesses (when discrepancies are reported via the Joint Deficiency Reporting System, or JDRS and for gear used in aircraft mishaps.
Twesme, a chemical engineer at NAWCWD, "has dedicated his career to T&E of weapons systems in the areas of [infrared] scene generation, software-in-the-loop systems and hardware-in-the-loop systems," according to his nomination by coworker Robert Madsen.
Navy, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) * NASA, Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF) * U.S.
NavAir includes four program executive offices (PEOs), Naval Inventory Control Point (NavICP), Naval Aviation Depots (Cherry Point, Jacksonville and North Island), Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD), Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD), and the Training Systems Division (TSD) in Orlando, Fla.
At Naval Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) in China Lake, California, engineers used a 3-D printer to make an inlet for the solid-fuel ramjet engine they are developing.
Inputs from the owning IPT, including Sikorsky and the Weapons Survivability Laboratory (WSL) of the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division (NAWCWD), China Lake, Calif., led to an estimated $800,000 to purchase the appropriate parts, conduct the test, and analyze the results.
Navy took the first step to reintroducing to the an old-but-much-needed technology when it successfully tested a solid-fuel ramjet engine at Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) in China Lake, California.
Dave Janiec, director of the Software and Mission Systems Integration Department, and Joan Johnson, NAWCWD executive director, support the discussion.
Naval Museum of Armament and Technology at NAWCWD China Lake, Calif