NOAA Leadership Visits AOML and SEFSC

NOAA’s Vice Admiral Devany, Dr. Richard Spinrad, and Craig McLean, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Programs and Administration¬†joined AOML and SEFSC to learn about current research and happenings in South Florida.

Photo credit: NOAA

  • Vice Admiral Devany and Dr. Spinrad pose with the Coyote Unmanned Aerial System. Image credit: NOAA
  • NOAA Leadership examines the Coyote Unmanned Aerial System during a discussion about hurricane research. Image credit: NOAA
  • Craig McLean and Gustavo Goni with Hurricane Glider. Photo Credit: NOAA
  • Craig McLean, NOAA

Image Captions

From Left:

  1. NOAA Leadership examines the Coyote Unmanned Aerial System during a discussion about hurricane research. Image credit: NOAA
  2. Craig McLean, NOAA’s Deputy Assistant Administrator for Programs and Administration, examines the Coyote Unmanned Aerial System as AOML’s Director Dr. Robert Atlas looks on. Image credit: NOAA
  3. Craig McLean and Gustavo Goni with Hurricane Glider. Photo Credit: NOAA
  4. Vice Admiral Devany and Dr. Spinrad pose with the Coyote Unmanned Aerial System. Image credit: NOAA