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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 28, 2017

I never really understood when people said "I love a man in uniform" until I saw my man in a uniform 😍 very belated post of my fiancé in all his uniforms on his graduation weekend ⚓️💙

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Jun 2, 2017

It was truly a night to remember as past and present officers and friends of the Commissioned Officer Corps celebrated a century of service on the evening of Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center in Washington, DC Corps

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Check our profile link to listen to our latest podcast: explore the history and work of NOAA's Commissioned Officer Corps — one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. NOAA Corps officers command NOAA's fleet of research and survey ships and also pilot NOAA's environmental data-gathering aircraft, including the agency's hurricane hunter planes. The NOAA Corps is celebrating a century of service to the nation in 2017. Shown here: the NOAA Ship Fairweather in Kodiak, Alaska.

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Apr 21, 2017

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

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Oct 23, 2016

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

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Apr 25, 2015

Leaving San Francisco yesterday outbound for sea and heavy swells

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Jun 30, 2016

It's our third move since my husband joined the service and it has yet to get any easier. I can't shake the sadness I feel as I walk past these empty rooms and my mind repeatedly replays moments from our past - many moments I had forgotten about. I find myself in an anxious rush to visit everywhere for "one last time" but then feeling more sadness because "it's our last time we'll see/do _______." I cry in secret as I watch my children play with their neighborhood friends or roll down their favorite hill or tonight as they sat on the porch watching the sunset. I think the hardest is that everyone else seems to mostly feel excitement for what is ahead of us. And I do too, I definitely do, but it's hard to remember the excitement when i see all this emptiness. I don't think moving will ever be easy.

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Mar 20, 2016

day 79 love you 💜💜💜💜💜

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Dec 24, 2015

I was so glad I was able to see you today! I am so proud of your accomplishments and graduation from NOAA Corp! You're probably going to conquer the world one day! Good luck on your first ship assignment on the West Coast! Hopefully I will see you soon on the fleet. You're one of a kind, Jen Kraus! So here's a flashback from a year ago when we had the time of our lives pedaling away. We had such wonderful Christmas spirit. :) spirit

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Jun 17, 2017

Yes I need all this for my in greater and Watch out I am heading back to the mainland. Sadly won't let me bring my .

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Jun 11, 2017

When your Sundays consist of Scorpionfish and Spider Crabs, you know you have a cool job. fisheries shiporegonii corps

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Jun 3, 2017

!!!!!!!!! corps

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Jun 2, 2017

It was truly a night to remember as past and present officers and friends of the Commissioned Officer Corps celebrated a century of service on the evening of Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center in Washington, DC Corps

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — Jun 1, 2017

Happy ! Here we see the retired Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship MARMER undergoing sea trials in 1957 at Curtis Bay, Maryland. The vessel was named after Harry S. Marmer (1885-1953), assistant chief of the Division of Tides and Currents of the C&GS. NOAA Ship FERREL later replaced C&GS Ship MARMER and also became the primary platform for the NOAA Status and Trends Program and other environmental monitoring programs during the 1970's. To learn more about the NOAA ship fleet, please visit our website in our bio! Corps

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 28, 2017

I never really understood when people said "I love a man in uniform" until I saw my man in a uniform 😍 very belated post of my fiancé in all his uniforms on his graduation weekend ⚓️💙

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

With hurricane season rapidly approaching, this we decided to share a photo from one of the first hurricane missions flown by the The NOAA Hurricane Hunters. This photo was taken on August 31, 1976 as one of the P-3 aircraft approached Hurricane Frances. Corps

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 25, 2017

Check our profile link to listen to our latest podcast: explore the history and work of NOAA's Commissioned Officer Corps — one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. NOAA Corps officers command NOAA's fleet of research and survey ships and also pilot NOAA's environmental data-gathering aircraft, including the agency's hurricane hunter planes. The NOAA Corps is celebrating a century of service to the nation in 2017. Shown here: the NOAA Ship Fairweather in Kodiak, Alaska.

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 22, 2017

Today, May 22, is National Maritime Day and also the 100th anniversary of the NOAA Corps. The NOAA Commissioned Officers Corps is one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. NOAA Corps Officers serve on the sea, on land, and in the air in a wide variety of roles. NOAA Corps officers command NOAA's fleet of research and survey ships and also pilot NOAA's environmental data-gathering aircraft, including the agency's "hurricane hunter" planes. This image shows the NOAA Ship Rainier, a hydrographic survey vessel that maps the ocean to aid maritime commerce, improve coastal resilience, and understand the marine environment. Rainier’s officers, technicians, and scientists log the data that NOAA cartographers use to create and update the nation’s nautical charts with ever-increasing data richness and precision. Rainier

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 22, 2017

Guess this place represents all I'm seeing here: the new and modern buildings without forgetting to respect the past. Guess Japan and Sweden for sure have a lot of things in common ! Learning hard to get here someday =) btw happy 100 years 🤗💙 . . lovers

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 17, 2017

partner exhibit booths including exhibits from OAR, FEMA, SKYWARN, Federal Alliance for Safe Homes, Satellite and Information Service, Office of Marine and Aviation Operations & NOAA Corps., and others. Credit: Laura Wilson/NWS

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 16, 2017

Whiskey. Tango. Delta. Oscar. Call sign hoisted. Let's get ready to rumbblee! *cough* I mean sail! ⛵️ corps shiporegonii

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 15, 2017

Sometimes you sign up for a a week before and don't train. Sometimes you finish 2 in your age group and division and 13th overall. And you try to explain to the MC what the are and they hand you a plaque that says Armed Forces on it and tells every one you are in the Navy. Well Mom Happy Mother's day! I won some

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 12, 2017

12:30 p.m. MT: Theo Stein, from here! I’ve run out to Marshall Mesa today with Patrick Cullis, who’s training Marissa Goerke and Heather McIntyre how to launch an sonde that will continuously measure ozone levels from the ground up to 100,000 feet. Patrick (that’s him in red, crouched down with a camera) works for NOAA’s Global Monitoring Division as an employee of CIRES, our cooperative institute run by the University of Colorado. Marissa and Heather are early career scientists who work for Polar Field Services. They’ll be launching balloons for us at the Summit Research Station on the Ice Cap this summer. That’s right -- they’re spending the summer at 10,000-ft elevation on a giant expanse of ice helping us study ozone levels in the atmosphere! Why do we study ozone? The ozone layer acts like global sunscreen, filtering harmful ultraviolet radiation from the sun, a leading cause of cell damage in plants and animals and a primary cause of skin cancer. Ozone-depleting gases emitted by industrial activity harm the ozone layer and reduce the amount of protection overhead. NOAA scientists play a critical role in monitoring the global health of the ozone layer. (Watch thiscool video: https://vimeo.com/214433591) -- Theo s launch OMAO

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 12, 2017

11:45 MT - Theo Stein here again! Most people think of the National Weather Service ( ) or atmospheric research when they think of , but there’s an ocean in our mission too. I’m tagging along with NOAA Corps Commander David Zezula to the nearby town of , Colorado. Dave was commander of the NOAA Ship Fairweather that conducted a survey mission off the remote coasts of . Here he is explaining to a Centaurus High School computer science class how Fairweather crew members used science and math to analyze oceans of sonar data and map underwater navigational hazards. If you want to know more about the work of and career opportunities with the NOAACorps, head over to www.noaacorps.noaa.gov. A big thanks to teacher Ann Root for the invite! -- Theo Corps ShipFairweather

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on Hastag #NOAACorps Instagram Photo — May 11, 2017

Happy | This week we feature a photo from 1977 of a historic NOAA survey vessel. This photo shows retired NOAA Ship Surveyor cruising the icy waters of the Bering Sea in Alaska. To learn more about the ship fleet please visit our website in our bio. Corps

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