ASNE to Host Gala and Navy Yard Tribute

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Friday, February 14, 2014

Join the American Society of Naval Engineers on Thursday, February 20, for the Annual ASNE Honors Gala. A reception will open the night in the exhibit hall from 6-7, p.m., followed by the Awards Ceremony from 7-8:30. The event will recognize the 2013 award winners and pause to remember the victims of the Navy Yard tragedy that took place in September.



Awards Presented at the ASNE Honors Gala

•    Frank G. Law Award for long-time dedication and service to ASNE
Presented by CAPT Glenn M. Ashe, USN (Ret.) to RDML Joseph Carnevale, USN (Ret.)
•    Rosenblatt Young Naval Engineer Award
Presented by ADM John M. Richardson, USN to Mr. Matthew J. Bulpitt
•    Rosenblatt Young Naval Engineer Award
Presented by RDML Bryant Fuller, USN to Mr. Glen R. Grogan
•    Clifford G. Geiger Award for naval logistics
Presented by TBA to Mrs. Anne P. Gooch
•    Harold E. Saunders Award for lifetime achievement
Presented by VADM Manson K. Brown, USCG to RADM Ronald J. Rábago, USCG
•    Gold Medal Award for a singular achievement in naval engineering
Presented by ADM John M. Richardson, USN to Mr. Mark Henneberger
ASNE Awards Presented on Friday, February 21 at ASNE Day 2014
•    Solberg Award for naval engineering research
Presented by Dr. Tim Arcano to Dr. Matthew A. Craun
•    Claud A. Jones Award for Fleet Engineer
Presented by CAPT John Markowicz, USN to CWO4 Gregory Collins, USN
•    Frank C. Jones Award for major maintenance and alteration achievements
Presented by RADM Ronald J. Rábago, USCG to Mr. Charles Zerbe

 

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