Small and Mighty...
A Magnet for
RUDE is the smallest ship in
NOAA's fleet. But it packs a wallop when it comes to national
press. Under the direction of then Commander (now Captain)
Sam DeBow, the RUDE located the wreckage
of TWA Flight 800 in July 1996. Almost exactly three years
later, under the command of Lieutenant Commander James
Verlaque, the RUDE found John F. Kennedy
Jr.'s downed aircraft off the Massachusetts coast.
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to your diving
buddy, this is your best friend. Make sure you read it before
doing any kind of diving." Scott Gudes is talking about the
4th edition of NOAA's diving manual, often considered the
standard for scientific and recreational diving. Scott
is Acting Under Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere/Administrator
and Deputy Under Secretary. He's also a diver.
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& GONZO, that's NOAA's WP-3D Kermit and
Gulfstream IV Gonzo, scored high with Tiger Cubs
during their tour of the NOAA
Aircraft Operations Center at MacDill Air Force Base
in Florida. Greg Bast, chief, production control/flight
engineer, briefed the young crew and gave them a peek
at new worlds.
staff have asked which line offices are up next for Employee
of Month and Team Member of Month honors.
here to check schedule.