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  • proper n. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Corps.


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  • In addition, NOAA research and operational activities are supported by the Nation's seventh uniformed service, the NOAA Corps, a commissioned officer corps of men and women who operate NOAA ships and aircraft, and serve in scientific and administrative posts

    Contributor: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

  • (Source: Rear Admiral Harley D. Nygren, NOAA Corps) 65,000 native Americans live on the shores of the East Bering Sea, and depend on its resources for their subsistence in food.

    East Bering Sea large marine ecosystem

  • Lester Jones, father of the NOAA Corps, and its remarkable contributions to the body of scientific research we have on our planet's environmental systems. »2007» Март

  • The NOAA fleet of ships and aircraft is operated, managed and maintained by the NOAA Office of Marine and Aviation Operations, which includes commissioned officers of the NOAA Corps and civilian wage mariners.

    NOAA News Releases

  • Public Health Service Commissioned Corps - the NOAA Corps uses the same ranking structure as the Navy and Coast Guard but has no enlisted personnel.

    Stars and Stripes

  • Like the military, officers in the NOAA Corps must make rank to stay in the service.

    Stars and Stripes

  • "We're just like the other services - you're either up or you're out," said Cmdr. Jeff Hagan, an aviator who joined the NOAA Corps 16 years ago after flying C-130s in the Coast Guard.

    Stars and Stripes

  • NOAA Corps or Merchant Marines or may opt to pursue college educations in subjects including engineering, naval architecture, biology, education, marine science or business.


  • After the ceremony Monday afternoon, Rear Adm. Jonathan W. Bailey, director of the NOAA Corps and the agency's Office of Marine and Aviation Operations, said there's a reason why more than one state was interested in being home port for the Okeanos. Projo Local News

  • A commissioned officer in the NOAA Corps since 1986 and licensed pilot, Kearse has served on a variety of NOAA aircraft and vessels.

    NOAA News Releases


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