Electrician's Mate (EM) (Nuclear) Evals
As contamination technician at Naval Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan, he trained over 300 members of the Japanese labor force and over 100 ship’s force personnel in radiological controls, increasing their understanding of the hazards.
As a nuclear repair coordinator, he successfully planned and executed two accelerated refit periods that included a nuclear instrument replacement and primary relief valve testing.
Her management of over 300 pieces of nuclear test equipment directly contributed to the success of Trident Refit Facility and Nuclear Regional Maintenance department and the return of five strategic assets to the Fleet.
Completed fifteen freeze seal evolutions on eight ballistic missle submarines, facilitating the timely repair of eighteen nuclear valves.
Due to her history of success, she was selected to supervise a cable replacement and a retention tank discharge.
As shop 38n Leading Petty Officer, he efficiently led his shop of 14 sailors and 3 civilians through several critical evolutions including 4 nuclear instrument replacements, 2 primary relief valve tests, and 2 dual media discharges.
Developed, tested, and implemented a new freeze seal method that will save hundreds of man-hours during future freeze seal evolutions.
Petty Officer Nye established a radiological maintenance capability at SRF in support of the ten forward deployed ships affected by the fallout from the Fukushima nuclear accident.
Managed a division of nine Sailors and, as the only qualified freeze seal instructor on Kings Bay, trained over thirty personnel on freeze seals.
Performed 24 Controlled Ballasting evolutions, 12 hours of preavailability training, and 1 submarine dry docking evolution.