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ASNE Day Features Presentation Of 1995 Awards

The American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) recognized the society's 1995 award recipients at its annual ASNE Day conference, held in Washington, D.C., in March. Among those recognized were: Cdr. Kurt Harris, UNS; Carl O. Brady, General Electric Co.; Kurt Yankaskas, Naval Sea Systems Command; Thomas C.

Slotwinski, Applied Measurement Systems; Donna S. Walker, ASNE Tidewater Section; Laurence R. Dutton, former chief design engineer, Norfolk Naval shipyard; and Roger H. Compton, U.S. Naval Academy. The ASNE Annual Awards Program recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the field of naval engineering through personal involvement, research, scholarly publications, service to the society and lifetime achievement.




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