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PORT HUENEME, Calif. (June 6, 2024) - Vice Adm. Johnny Wolfe Jr., director of U.S. Navy Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) (left) is recognized with the Navy's 'Old Ironsides' plaque by Capt. Neil Sexton, Engineering Duty Officer (EDO) Schoolhouse commander (right), during the school's fiftieth anniversary luncheon Thursday, June 6. SSP is the Navy command that provides cradle-to-grave lifecycle support for the sea-based leg of the nation's nuclear triad and for approximately 70 percent of the U.S.'s deployed strategic nuclear assets. EDOs supporting SSP are responsible to ensure the strategic weapon system is deployable and ready to support the vital strategic deterrence mission of America's Warfighting Navy. The EDO school-established in 1974 and founded by Naval Sea Systems Command Commander Vice Adm. Robert C. Gooding-provides education to improve the professional proficiency of EDOs through training in plans, programs, policies, and procedures that drive the life-cycle engineering of naval ships and systems. (U.S. Navy Photo by Lt. Jennifer Bowman/Released)

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