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Congratulations to Dr. Daniel D. Sternlicht
for being selected as one of three recipients of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Bronze Medal
Congratulations to Dr. Daniel D. Sternlicht, a distinguished scientist for littoral sensing technologies at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD), an outstanding OES member and General Co-Chair of OCEANS 2022 Hampton Roads, who was recently selected as one of three recipients of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Bronze Medal for this year – 2021.
The NDIA Bronze Medal recognizes key individuals in the principal Navy and University laboratories engaged in Undersea Warfare (USW) related achievements in either science or engineering. His pioneering work and publications, advanced techniques, and leadership has led to the international recognition as an authority in maritime reconnaissance and surveillance technologies.
Dr. Peter Adair, NSWC PCD technical director, said Sternlicht’s wealth of knowledge and experience sets the bar high for others
in the defense establishment.
“Dr. Sternlicht’s commitment and dedication to the evolution of littoral sensing research and effective collaboration across the USW enterprise is just one of the many reasons he is an ideal candidate to represent the Navy and NSWC PCD on the national stage and to be selected for this prestigious award,” said Adair.
The award was presented at the 2021 Joint Undersea Warfare Fall Conference.