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25 0 Apr 25, 2015
Hahtag #noaacorps: Leaving San Francisco yesterday outbound for sea and

Leaving San Francisco yesterday outbound for sea and heavy swells

6790 103 Apr 21, 2017
Hahtag #noaacorps: Happy Friday to all: Here

Happy Friday to all: Here's our -eve 'Moment of Zen': This video was taken by Lt. Nick Morgan, operations officer on NOAA Ship Ferdinand R. Hassler in September 2016. Dolphins caught up to the ship and swam alongside: “This was probably about 40 nautical miles off of Cape Fear, North Carolina ... They swam with us for just about 24 hours. The bulbous object is the bulbous bow of the ship.” – Lt. Morgan

57 13 Sep 4, 2017
Hahtag #noaacorps: It turns out my super human power is

It turns out my super human power is not getting sea sick! Wrapping up our sea tour in the Potomac. 130

102 6 Oct 23, 2016
Hahtag #noaacorps: Just in case anyone was wondering where I

Just in case anyone was wondering where I am going to be the next 2 to 3 years. I have been assigned to Oscar Elton Sette homeported in Honolulu, Hawaii corps

55 4 Jan 5, 2017
Hahtag #noaacorps: Welcome to the first #ThrowbackThursday of 2017! This

Welcome to the first of 2017! This week we bring you a shot of retired Ship David Starr Jordan cruising the seas. This research vessel conducted oceanographic, marine mammal and fisheries research in the Pacific for more than 40 years and was retired in the early 2000's. [Photo: OMAO Photo Library] corps

260 5 Aug 26, 2017
Hahtag #noaacorps: celebrated snagging a dream job by spending the

celebrated snagging a dream job by spending the week in the wilderness

26 1 Feb 2, 2017
Hahtag #noaacorps: Happy #ThrowbackThursday! As we kick off the centennial

Happy ! As we kick off the centennial year of the Corps, our featured photo this week couldn't be more fitting. This photo from the archives is from the very first BOTC (Basic Officer Training Class) graduation in August of 1960. What began in 1917 as the commissioned service of Coast & Geodetic Survey has developed over the last 100 years to become the NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps! 100 Centennial corps [Photo: NOAA]

55 1 Dec 19, 2017
Hahtag #noaacorps: A number of Washington Metropolitan area @NOAA Corps

A number of Washington Metropolitan area Corps officers placed wreaths at the U.S. Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home National Cemetery in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, Dec. 16, as part of [Photo: David Hall, NOAA]

46 2 Mar 23, 2017
Hahtag #noaacorps: Happy #ThrowbackThursday! Here we see a pair of

Happy ! Here we see a pair of historic vessels cruising the seas in September of 1985. One of NOAA Ship Researcher's (later renamed NOAA Ship Malcolm Baldrige) greatest accomplishments was becoming the second NOAA vessel to circumnavigate the earth. NOAA Ship Discoverer spent her service life offering scientists the opportunity to study some of the most remote regions of the Pacific Ocean. These two vessels served proudly for decades until they were both decommissioned in 1996. [Photo: Quartermaster Joseph Schebal, NOAA] ography

79 2 Jan 17, 2018

The two best looking ships in the fleet. NOAA Ship Rainer on the left and the pride of NOAA's Pacific Island Fleet the mighty NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette on the right. omao 2

83 2 Jan 12, 2018

Last morning in Newport, OR for Environmental Compliance Training! corps

39 4 Jan 4, 2018

Some times you gotta show the Coast Guard Cutters that the NOAA vessels have weapons too ! 😍❤️❄️☃️

126 0 Jan 4, 2018

Nine 2017 Did you know that NOAA has one of the seven Uniformed Services for the United States? The NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps (NOAA Corps) is made up of scientifically and technically trained officers – each holds at least a four-year degree and many have completed post-graduate degrees as well. These officers have expertise in marine biology, hydrography, engineering, Earth sciences, oceanography, meteorology, fisheries science, and more. NOAA Corps officers operate NOAA’s ships, fly aircraft, manage research projects, conduct diving operations, and bring operational expertise to staff positions throughout NOAA. When commissioned service is combined with scientific and operational expertise, the result is accomplished people who provide a unique and important service to the nation. Get to know the women of the Wardroom https://go.usa.gov/xncYt . cience Photo: NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer has been fortunate to work with many skilled and knowledgeable NOAA Corps officers, including (left to right) Ensign (ENS) Anna Hallingstad, ENS Brianna Pacheco, and Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Fionna Matheson. Image courtesy of the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, Deep-Sea Symphony: Exploring the Musicians Seamounts Photo Credit: 2017 9 Nine

48 0 Dec 28, 2017

Happy | Welcome to our last edition of for 2017. As the centennial year of the Commissioned Officer Corps draws to a close we decided to feature a photo that was taken by the very first director of the NOAA Corps. This picturesque photo from March of 1962 was taken by Rear Adm. Harley D. Nygren while conducting studies in the Gerlache Strait in Antarctica. Corps Corps100

54 1 Dec 25, 2017

After being stationed in Hawaii I was not expecting to have a white Christmas for awhile. Boy was I wrong. It's still coming down in Portland, OR. Also that's MT Jefferson in the distance. ing

159 11 Dec 20, 2017

Just a paid professional over here 💨🌊💁‍♀️🐟💦🌧 corps

55 1 Dec 19, 2017

A number of Washington Metropolitan area Corps officers placed wreaths at the U.S. Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home National Cemetery in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, Dec. 16, as part of [Photo: David Hall, NOAA]

21 1 Dec 18, 2017

It’s been a year since I first reported to my ship, and what a ride it’s been. 🛥⚓️ corps fisheries shiporegonii &

36 1 Dec 15, 2017

When you miss your friends but you know a reunion will be happening very soon! 128

50 0 Dec 12, 2017

Yea you know I was gonna post this. No extreme snappiness necessary. You’re my people for life. Love you guys

7 0 Dec 8, 2017

Another day of bad weather cancels the dive. Will be hangin out with the coolest NOAA Corps ladies learning a about ship navigation

76 15 Dec 2, 2017

This is the first of spring at the South Pole Atmospheric Baseline Observatory at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole station. I found out the other day that I was selected as the station chief for this as my land billet with the I will be moving to in early 2019 and be down on the in 2021. PC: LT Chensue, NOAA Corps time

56 1 Nov 20, 2017

It’s a wrap. The 2017 field season is officially over. One more night in the Gulf of Mexico and then we’ll be inbound from sea! corps

64 1 Nov 14, 2017

Officer Candidates of Basic Officer Training Class 130 recently performed a man overboard drill at the USMRC (United States Maritime Resource Center) bridge simulators in Middletown, RI. The designated lookout keeps a close eye on the whereabouts of the person in the water while the rest of the bridge team maneuvers the vessel to rescue them. Corps [Photo: Kevin Tennyson, NOAA]

43 0 Nov 10, 2017

We'd like to thank all of our family and friends who serve and have served. Furthermore, to every individual who has served- regardless of gender, race, sexuality, religion, disability, and varying beliefs- thank YOU for your service. 🇺🇸 day foryourservice rmedforces

44 0 Nov 8, 2017

During a training cruise yesterday off the coast of Milford, CT aboard R/V Victor Loosanoff, the crew and the members of BOTC 130 assisted a disabled fishing boat back to safety. Corps

103 9 Nov 3, 2017

Got my OOD letter, I get to drive Sette all by myself now. Most likely it will be in the trough of the swell from here on out. corps

30 0 Nov 2, 2017

Welcome to the first of November! This week we are highlighting retired Ship Peirce. Here we see a shot from 1985 as the ship entered Penobscot Bay, Maine. This hydrographic survey ship sailed the Atlantic for over 20 years before it was decommissioned in the early 90's. [Photo: NOAA Photo Library] Corps

26 0 Oct 31, 2017

We didn’t choose the Ninja Turtle life. The Ninja Turtle life chose us. Happy Halloween from your favorite turtles at sea! corps fisheries shiporegonii

50 3 Oct 31, 2017
22 2 Oct 31, 2017

“Sort the samples. Weigh the fish. Save the sea. That’s Neptune’s wish!” corps fisheries shiporegonii

50 1 Oct 30, 2017

I don't have any good pictures from when I hiked to the Kamukona Lava Ocean delta 2 weeks ago but luckly last night my ship sailed by it and our ship's took some great of the lava entering the . np #300metersaway corps

20 0 Oct 30, 2017
19 0 Oct 26, 2017

This photo of our starboard bow was taken at the pier of the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center! The Reuben Lasker is the first Oscar Dyson class FSV to visit Honolulu. 228 2017

26 1 Oct 24, 2017

Looks like we get to be roommates again for the next two weeks! T-minus one hour til departure. corps shiporegonii fisheries

42 0 Oct 22, 2017

Alas, after 3,000 miles traveled my vacation has come to an end. It was a fun-filled one full of love and adventures with my family and friends. Tomorrow, Emma and I will head to Galveston, TX to meet my ship to trawl for shrimp and fishes in the Gulf! corps fisheries shiporegonii

73 3 Oct 17, 2017

I was fortunate to get out to San Miguel Island for a Seal research trip a while back when I was a NOAA Corps officer. Took off from Oxnard and landed on a tiny grass strip. This is the westernmost of the Channel Islands. Super rugged, windy, and the waters are full of seals and sharks. The main seal beach there is home to over 100,000 seals. It was truly amazing to be there in the middle of them all. • corps photography california

32 2 Oct 16, 2017

Pretty rare sight to see the RONALD BROWN and the NANCY FOSTER in the shipyard at the same time! - - - - - s corps yard s engineer

36 1 Oct 12, 2017

Throwback to a couple of weeks ago when I earned my Officer of the Deck (OOD) qualification. Watch out world! I get to hold my own bridge watch! Standing by on VHF Channels 13/16. corps shiporegonii fisheries

55 1 Oct 11, 2017

These picturesque photos were captured a couple weeks ago during Ship Fairweather’s cruise to southeast to survey the waters of Yakutat Bay! Corps ography

29 0 Oct 5, 2017

I’m forever grateful to have been trained under my CO, Master Dave Nelson. His real-life experience and compassionate and patient attitude helped contribute to my honed in shiphandling skills. This man has served aboard Oregon II for 25 out of 50 years of its existence, therefore proving he is a master of his craft. I couldn’t be more blessed to learn under him. He’s given me all the knowledge I need to stand my own diligent watch. corps shiporegonii fisheries #50thanniversary

47 0 Oct 5, 2017

Getting ready to show the school kids around the boat for our 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Oregon II. ENS Parrish and LTJG Reymore are at your service! corps shiporegonii fisheries #50thanniversary

76 6 Oct 4, 2017

I can drive ships and stuff. It’s been a fun season, thanks mentors and fancy Nancy family!

107 4 Oct 4, 2017

(Swipe Left) Did you know that NOAA has one of the seven Uniformed Services for the United States? The NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps (NOAA Corps) is made up of scientifically and technically trained officers – each holds at least a four-year degree and many have completed post-graduate degrees as well. These officers have expertise in marine biology, hydrography, engineering, Earth sciences, oceanography, meteorology, fisheries science, and more. NOAA Corps officers operate NOAA’s ships, fly aircraft, manage research projects, conduct diving operations, and bring operational expertise to staff positions throughout NOAA. When commissioned service is combined with scientific and operational expertise, the result is accomplished people who provide a unique and important service to the nation. Get to know the women of the Wardroom https://go.usa.gov/xncYt . cience Photo: NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer has been fortunate to work with many skilled and knowledgeable NOAA Corps officers, including (left to right) Ensign (ENS) Anna Hallingstad, ENS Brianna Pacheco, and Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Fionna Matheson. Image courtesy of the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, Deep-Sea Symphony: Exploring the Musicians Seamounts Photo Credit:

8 0 Oct 4, 2017

It’s nice that we received these coins to celebrate a century of service. corps

56 1 Oct 3, 2017

Ship Okeanos Explorer is in port at the University of Hawaii Marine Center after completing the Deep-Sea Symphony expedition - the last expedition of NOAA's Campaign to Address Pacific monument Science, Technology, and Ocean NEeds (CAPSTONE)! [Photo: NOAA] Corps

33 0 Oct 3, 2017

10/02/17: Attended a ceremony for Corps Officers receiving their new rank at today's promotion/pinning-on ceremony. Congrats!

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