Naval Sea Systems Command


A systems engineer with the NSWC IHEODTD's Systems Engineering Department, operates the Concept Laser M2 metal additive manufacturing system. The system uses a high powered laser to precisely melt complex shapes out of a bed of hardened steel powder. (U.S. Navy Photo by Matthew Poynor/Released)

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division scientist adjusts the flow of argon gas into a custom designed vacuum deposition chamber used to make novel energetic materials. (U.S. Navy Photo by Matthew Poynor/Released)

Engineers from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Technology Department conduct a test on a protective helmet in the anechoic chamber. Anechoic chambers are designed to completely absorb sound or electromagnetic waves inside the room; and also to keep out exterior noises.
Test Range Noise Alerts

24 - 28 JUL:  Indian Head and EOD Stump Neck Sites will conduct operations between 7a.m. – 7p.m. Operations have the potential to produce some noise, high bright flames and heavy smoke in the surrounding communities and waterways.

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NSWC Indian Head EOD Technology Division Maryland Sites


Maryland sites are open and on time

Mailing Address

Naval Surface Warfare Center
Indian Head EOD Technology Division
3767 Strauss Avenue
Indian Head, MD 20640-5150 

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