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Office: (703) 836-6727

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American Society of Naval Engineers

1452 Duke Street

Alexandria, VA 22314

ASNE-TW Monthly Dinner Meeting

  • 18 Apr 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • 6350 Newtown Road, Norfolk VA

Registration

  • Members of the American Society of Naval Engineers who pay on-line when making a reservation.
  • ASNE member who chooses to pay the higher price at check-in
  • Non-member who pays on-line when the reservation is made.
  • Non-members who pay in advance on-line.
  • Non-member who chooses to pay the higher price at check-in
  • Active student who is an ASNE member who pays on-line when the reservation is made
  • Active student and ASNE member who chooses to pay the higher price at check-in
  • Student, not ASNE member, who pay on-line when making the reservation.
  • Active student, not a member of ASNE, who chooses to pay the higher price at check-in
  • O-4 / E-7 and below
  • O-4 / E-7 and below who chooses to pay the higher price at check-in
  • O-5/ CWO / E-8 and above
  • O-5 / CWO / E-8 and above who chooses to pay the higher price at check-in
  • Guest speaker - no charge

 Speaker: 

CAPT Dean Vanderley, USN

Commanding Officer

NAVFAC MIDLANT

April’s dinner meeting will feature a topic that is critically important to effective readiness, yet one that we don’t focus on enough as a ship repair community… the public and private infrastructure where we fix, maintain and modernize our ships. This past November NAVSEA issued a Public Shipyard Optimization Plan, highlighting requirements for $21 Billion of investment over the next 20 years, and they are now working on a Private Sector Optimization Strategy they intend to issue in late 2018. This plan will address how we improve our processes, workforce and yes infrastructure to meet the challenges of a future 355 ship Navy. 

 We are most privileged to have the Commanding Officer of NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic, CAPT Dean VanderLey, to inform us on what’s happening today and also shine some light on both the public and private infrastructure requirements and plans ahead.


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