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Civilian Michael Bourgeois, Naval Oceanography, CENTCOM 5th Fleet Representative and Meteorology and Oceanography Officer LTJG Keely V. Martin, 5th Fleet Desk at Naval Oceanography’s Maritime Operations Center, discuss the 5th Fleet AOR while observing topographic images of its geographical area. 

Recently, the U.S. Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (Naval Oceanography) proved mission-essential in the first U.S.-led evacuation of hundreds of American citizens from the, currently war-torn, country of Sudan.

Naval Oceanography provided critical forecasts and surveys of ports, harbors and coastal areas navigated by U.S. Navy ships during [non-combative] evacuation procedures from a port city in Sudan.
230504-D-CC745-958.JPG Photo By: Jonathan B. Holloway

STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss. - Civilian Michael Bourgeois, Naval Oceanography, CENTCOM 5th Fleet Representative and Meteorology and Oceanography Officer LTJG Keely V. Martin, 5th Fleet Desk at Naval Oceanography’s Maritime Operations Center, discuss the 5th Fleet AOR while observing topographic images of its geographical area. Recently, the U.S. Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (Naval Oceanography) proved mission-essential in the first U.S.-led evacuation of hundreds of American citizens from the, currently war-torn, country of Sudan. Naval Oceanography provided critical forecasts and surveys of ports, harbors and coastal areas navigated by U.S. Navy ships during [non-combative] evacuation procedures from a port city in Sudan.


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