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Oceanographer of the Navy and Director Task Force Ocean Rear Adm.
(247) In a spring 2010 journal article, the Oceanographer of the Navy (the successor to the officer who authored the above journal article) and a coauthor stated that "Navy surface vessels are able to operate up to the marginal ice zone but will require ice-strengthening to operate in higher ice conditions; Navy aircraft are capable of operating in the Arctic, but the lack of divert fields limits their duration and range." (248) The article also stated:
To learn more about the Unmanned Systems Strategy recently released by Oceanographer of the Navy and Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command Rear Adm.
Story by Bob Freeman, Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy, Washington, D.C.
Timothy Gallaudet, oceanographer of the Navy and director of the Office of the DoD Executive Agent for MDA.
Over a period of the past few months, the Navy commissioned a science-based "Task Force Climate Change," which Admiral Titley, Oceanographer of the Navy, heads up.
His last duties in the Navy were as director of ASW for the Chief of Naval Operations, and as the Oceanographer of the Navy. Upon retirement, Pittenger came to WHOI where he led the Institution's Marine Operations Division.
Jonathan White, Oceanographer of the Navy and Task Force Climate Change (TFCC) director, is responsible for overseeing the current roadmap's implementation.
TFCC is directed by the lead coauthor of this article--the Oceanographer of the Navy, Rear Admiral David Titley--and is composed of representatives from offices within the CNO's staff, the fleet, NOAA, and the U.S.
The Oceanographer of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Research will jointly develop an oceanographic research ship construction program to be submitted to the Chief of Naval Operations in time for (fiscal year 1987 budget submission).
White is the 20th person to hold the oceanographer of the Navy title since its inception in 1960.
They assembled a fleet-improvement plan that gained the support of the National Science Foundation, the Oceanographer of the Navy, the Office of Naval Research, and Congress.