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

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  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