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Mission Capable, Persistent and Survivable Naval Platforms

Code 33

This department develops and delivers technologies that enable superior warfighting and energy capabilities for naval forces, platforms and undersea weaponry.


Code 33 Divisions

  • Advanced Naval Platforms

    The Advanced Naval Platforms Division is responsible for research programs advancing hull, mechanical and electrical systems, advanced logistics, Tactical Submarine Evolution Plan (TSEP) S&T, Platform Autonomy and Control, and the National Naval Responsibility for Naval Engineering.

    Advanced Naval Platforms Division, ONR 331

  • Naval materials

    The Naval Materials S&T Division supports basic and applied research and development in materials science, manufacturing and processing. Within the Naval Materials S&T Division, the Navy ManTech program focuses on manufacturing technologies to improve the affordability of naval platforms critical to the future force. These efforts will enable enhanced performance, affordability, survivability, and reliability for future and legacy Navy and Marine Corps systems and platforms.

    Naval Materials S&T Division, ONR 332

  • Sea Weapons and Payloads

    The Sea Weapons and Payloads Division supports basic, applied research and advanced technology development for sea platform total ownership cost reduction, advanced technology unmanned vehicle (UxV) power and energy systems, and undersea offensive and defensive weaponry and energetics to provide sea-based power projection through persistent anytime, anywhere access. The division also manages the National Naval Responsibility in Undersea Weapons.

    Sea Weapons and Payloads Division, ONR 333

Science and Technology Programs