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The Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program offers a unique opportunity for Supply Corps officers to serve in a joint Department of Energy (DOE) and Department of Navy (DON) billet.
] Donald [Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion], that they care about that, and they're doing something to make sure we retain quality folks in the naval nuclear propulsion program.
Earlier in his career, Dreessen was a Naval officer and engineering program manager for the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program Headquarters, which is responsible for all aspects of the design, operation, repair and disposal of U.
ESRP is a career-oriented incentive program for experienced senior enlisted Sailors in the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program who hold the Navy Enlisted Classifications (NEC) of: 3363, 3364, 3365, 3366, 3393, 3394, 3395 and 3396.
Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program and our ability to contribute to the security of our nation.
Donald also held key shore assignments during his career, most recently serving as director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program from November 2004 to November 2012.
Nuclear-powered ships (SSNs, SSBNs, SSGNs and CVNs) comprise about forty five percent of the Navy's major combatant ships making the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program an integral and extremely important part of the Navy.
Department of Energy (DOE) and its Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program," Mr.