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Naval Surface Forces Atlantic (COMNAVSURFLANT) as the Medium Afloat Group 1 winner of the inaugural Logistics Readiness Excellence Award (LREA) for Fiscal Year 2013.
Coast Guard%s Surface Forces Logistics Center, Oakland, California, for sewage and grey water cleaning for USCGC Munro.
The topics include understanding surface forces using static and dynamic approaches, dynamic contact AFM methods for nanomechanical properties, nano-indentation measurements of mechanical properties of very thin films and nanostructured materials at high spatial resolution, unraveling links between food structure and function with probe microscopy, petrochemical, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and the comparative nanomechanical study of multiharmonic force microscopy and nano-indentation on low dielectric constant materials.
Alec Zirkenbach, Naval Surface Forces Pacific, San Diego.
Curtis, Commander Naval Surface Forces and Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.
Pacific Fleet; Commander, Naval Surface Forces; Commander, Naval Surface Forces Atlantic; Commander, Submarine Forces Command; Commander, Submarine Forces Pacific; Commander, Naval Air Forces Atlantic; Commander, Military Sealift Command; Commander, Navy Warfare Development Command; Commander, Naval Safety Center; Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command; DDG Class Squadron; and several ship safety officers are working together to break the barriers preventing the exchange of hazard, near mishap, and lessons learned reporting in the afloat community.
Etnyre, who recently retired as commander of naval surface forces.
Terry Etnyre, commander, Naval Surface Forces, based in Coronado, Calif.