NCAR and UCAR Celebrate 35th Anniversary but will be relocated to the Naval Pacific Meteorology The National Center for Atmospheric Research and Oceanography Center in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, as (NCAR) and its operating entity, the University Corpo- part of DoD's recommendation to realign naval activi- ration for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), celebrated ties located in Guam. their 35th anniversary on Earth Day, Saturday, 22 Among other bases recommended for closure is April 1995. As part of the anniversary festivities, the Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance NCAR and UCAR opened the National Science Foun- Center, RDT&E Division Detachment, in Warminster, dation facilities that they operate during an open Pennsylvania. Some of its functions, personnel, equip- house forth e public. ment, and support will move to the Naval Oceano- Visitors were able to explore hands-on exhibits and graphic Office, located at the Stennis Space Center. learn about research at three NCAR sites: the I. M. The Navy Department proposed closing those fa- Pei-designed Mesa Laboratory, the Foothills Labora- cilities not absolutely required for navy/marine corps tory, and the Research Aviation Facility. to maintain capability forcredible operational response, provide sustained fleet industrial support capability, Attendees at the open house were able to
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1995
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