The National Society of Professional Engineers recognized four Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Engineers, during the 2011 Federal Engineer of the Year award ceremony at the National Press Club in Washington D.C., on February 24.
A feature on the Navy website named the following NAVSEA Engineers who were honored during the awards: Willard Calvert, in-service submarine supervisory engineer, NAVSEA Engineering Directorate; Mark Ingle, coating and corrosion control technical warrant holder, NAVSEA Engineering Directorate; Michael Rousseau, anti-submarine warfare technology mechanical engineer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport, R.I.; and Barry Whaley, remote operated weapons systems project manager, Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane, Indiana. All four have been named as winners of the 2011 Federal Engineer of the Year Agency Award.
Rear Adm. Thomas Eccles, NAVSEA Chief Engineer and Deputy Commander for Naval Systems Engineering, said: “NAVSEA engineers are the best in the world… The successes we have made over the past few years are directly related to the talented and resourceful people we have committed to a common goal. It’s an honor to have our men and women recognized, and I’m extremely proud of their achievements.”