Quality, Responsiveness, and Integrity

U.S naval ship at sea

Naval Ship Systems Training

Overview


U.S. Navy Destroyers provide multi-mission offensive and defensive capabilities and operate independently or as part of carrier strike groups, surface action groups, amphibious ready groups, and underway replenishment groups. These surface combatants are capable of conducting Anti-Air Warfare (AAW), Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), and Anti-Surface Warfare (ASUW) Missions.

NASC currently performs a variety of training and classroom training for the U.S. Navy’s fleet of Guided Missle Destroyers (DDG) at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division.

Training Details


Evaluating, developing and reviewing installation courseware Providing refresher instruction in Machinery Control System (MCS) operations and maintenance
Building and configuring Electronic Classrooms (ECR) at bases worldwide Supervising and upgrading ECRs for maximum fleet effectiveness
Conducting Fault Insertion Training in a laboratory setting allowing students are to identify, troubleshoot, and repair equipment Conducting ISEA approved curriculum and documentation on DDG Modernization MCS Training for Digital Video Surveillance Systems, Watchteams, and Maintenance Personnel.
Conducting quality assessments for Program Directors by observing DDG-M Ship operations while underway and collecting fleet feedback to improve courseware