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Mr. Kevin Michael Lynaugh

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Ship Design Manager for the Strat...

Phone: (619) ***-****  HQ Phone
Navy
34800 Bob Wilson Drive, Code CGA Building Two/1St Deck
San Diego, California 92134
United States

Company Description: WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy's first black Sailor to be promoted to the rank of captain died April 16 in Norfolk.
Background

Employment History

  • Deputy Assistant Program Manager for the Strategic Sealift Program Office
    Navy
  • Assistant Technical Director
    SeaBridge Inc
  • US Navy

Education

  • Bachelors Degree , Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
    University of California Berkeley
  • Joint Masters Degree , Engineering , Project Management and Operations Management
    The Johns Hopkins University
Web References
SeaBridge, Inc :: high-speed ships carrying trucks, cars and passengers between major metropolitan areas on the East and Gulf Coasts<
www.seabridgeferries.com, 28 Jan 2012 [cached]
Kevin Michael Lynaugh- Assistant Technical Director
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Kevin Michael Lynaugh - Assistant Technical Director. Kevin Lynaugh graduated from the University of California Berkeley in 1984 with a Bachelors Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. In 1996, he obtained a Joint Masters Degree in Engineering, Project Management, and Operations Management from The Johns Hopkins University in Maryland.
Until October 2002, when he joined ABS, Mr. Lynaugh was Ship Design Manager for the US Navy, leading a collaborative effort between the Navy and Ingalls Shipyard on the development of the LHD8, a new ship design of the current LHD7 class of ships.
Mr. Lynaugh began his career with a small naval architectural firm in San Francisco in 1980. He joined the US Navy as a civilian employee in 1984 and held increasingly responsible and varied positions during his career. Starting with four years as a Naval Architect in the Navy's Hydromechanics Department, followed by two year stints as a Large Cavitation Channel Project Engineer, Technical Contract Monitor for the Navy's Manufacturing Technology Program, Manager of the Navy's Advanced Double Hull Program, Project Manager for the Navy's Engine Room Arrangement Modeling Project, and Ship Design Manager for the Navy's Strategic Sealift Program Design Team, Mr. Lynaugh served for two years as Deputy Assistant Program Manager for the Navy's Strategic Sealift Program Office for maintenance and repair of delivered Sealift ships.
Mr. Lynaugh's position with ABS entails structural engineering review and Survey with respect to ABS Steel Vessel Rules for ABS classification. Mr. Lynaugh also supports a number of US Naval projects for total ship certification not only with respect to ABS Naval Vessel Rules, High Speed Naval Craft Rules, USCG compliance but Marine industry standards.
Kevin Michael Lynaugh - ...
www.seabridgeusa.com, 25 Jan 2011 [cached]
Kevin Michael Lynaugh - Assistant Technical Director
Kevin Lynaugh graduated from the University of California Berkeley in 1984 with a Bachelors Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. In 1996, he obtained a Joint Masters Degree in Engineering, Project Management, and Operations Management from The Johns Hopkins University in Maryland.
Until October 2002, when he joined ABS, Mr. Lynaugh was Ship Design Manager for the US Navy, leading a collaborative effort between the Navy and Ingalls Shipyard on the development of the LHD8, a new ship design of the current LHD7 class of ships.
Mr. Lynaugh began his career with a small naval architectural firm in San Francisco in 1980. He joined the US Navy as a civilian employee in 1984 and held increasingly responsible and varied positions during his career. Starting with four years as a Naval Architect in the Navy's Hydromechanics Department, followed by two year stints as a Large Cavitation Channel Project Engineer, Technical Contract Monitor for the Navy's Manufacturing Technology Program, Manager of the Navy's Advanced Double Hull Program, Project Manager for the Navy's Engine Room Arrangement Modeling Project, and Ship Design Manager for the Navy's Strategic Sealift Program Design Team, Mr. Lynaugh served for two years as Deputy Assistant Program Manager for the Navy's Strategic Sealift Program Office for maintenance and repair of delivered Sealift ships.
Mr. Lynaugh's position with ABS entails structural engineering review and Survey with respect to ABS Steel Vessel Rules for ABS classification. Mr. Lynaugh also supports a number of US Naval projects for total ship certification not only with respect to ABS Naval Vessel Rules, High Speed Naval Craft Rules, USCG compliance but Marine industry standards.
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