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U.S. 7th Fleet, ROK Navy Bands Make Sweet Music Together in Seoul
160428-N-WT427-106The U.S. Seventh Fleet Band joined the Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy Band for a combined concert in Seoul, April 28.


Two Brooklyn Schools Win Big at NYC Regional SeaPerch ROV Competition
Two Brooklyn Schools Win Big at NYC Regional SeaPerch ROV CompetitionNEW YORK (April 23, 2016) Students, educators, parents and representatives from seven U.S. Navy commands gathered at the Olympic-size pool at Flushing Meadows Corona Park Aquatic Center in Queens, April 23, for the 2016 New York City Regional SeaPerch Remotely-Operated Vehicle (ROV) Competition.


Fun Boss, Departing
As the Sailors of the amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island (LHD 8) prepare for the ship’s third deployment, they know that they’ll set sail this fall without one very beloved and influential shipmate. After serving nearly five years aboard, Afloat Recreation Specialist, aka Fun Boss, Kristen Venoy, from Gainesville, Florida, will bid farewell to Makin Island. Her final event will be the friends and family cruise on April 29. Her patriotic service to our nation will continue as she prepares to embark the USNS Mercy (T-AH 19), where she will undoubtedly bring the hospital ship’s crew morale to unprecedented new heights.


We All Have a Part in Eliminating Sexual Assault
SAN DIEGO – In keeping with the theme for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) “Eliminate Sexual Assault: Know Your Part, Do Your Part,” the Naval Health Research Center (NHRC) hosted two events to raise awareness about sexual assault and teach practical self-defense skills to staff.


NMLC Operational Forces Support Directorate Assemblage Management Corpsman Describes Duty with Marines
NMLC Operational Forces Support Directorate Assemblage Management Corpsman Describes Duty with MarinesHospital Corpsmen have long served side-by-side on the battlefield with their brothers at arms in the fighting forces. In fact, no less than 22 Hospital Corpsmen have been bestowed the Medal of Honor dating back to pre-World War I. Yet, so many more Corpsmen have served with honor and distinction since then.


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The Navy's motorcycle safety campaign aims to prevent motorcycle injuries and train Sailors on the importance of proper riding techniques and safety gear.



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All Hands Update: 44 Sailors Volunteer in RomeAll Hands Update: 44 Sailors Volunteer in Rome
44 Sailors and family members from NSA Naples just spent the day volunteering at the Pontificio...


All Hands Update: Naples COMRELAll Hands Update: Naples COMREL
Sailors from NSA Naples spends the day volunteering in Rome.


All Hands Update: Headlines for April 28, 2016All Hands Update: Headlines for April 28, 2016
Navy helps usher in next generation of STEM. POTUS presents Commander-in-Chief's Trophy to Naval...


Working Through ItWorking Through It
Any service member knows one of the best benefits to service is a free education, but did you...


Buttercup Wet TrainerButtercup Wet Trainer
A real-life scenario of a flooded space on a ship.


Zika VirusZika Virus
Education on how to stop the spread of the Zika Virus.


Headlines for Wednesday, April 27, 2016Headlines for Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Mine Countermeasures Exercise concluded. Midshipmen volunteered during the U.S. Naval Academy's...


All Hands Update: Headlines for Tuesday, April 26, 2016All Hands Update: Headlines for Tuesday, April 26, 2016
USS Mobile Bay Sailors Volunteer in Singapore. Continuing Fitness after the PRT.


All Hands Update: Thrifty TreasureAll Hands Update: Thrifty Treasure
Members from Fleet Activities Sasebo help out their neighbors in Kumamoto.


Social Media OPSECSocial Media OPSEC
Informing sailors about keeping their social media profiles secure and safe guarding personal...


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160428-N-WT427-248 SEOUL, Republic of Korea (April 28, 2016) U.S. and Republic of Korea military and civilian guests give a standing ovation after...


Ford's First Morning Colors Ford's First Morning Colors
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (April 27, 2016) -- The ensign of Pre-Commissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford’s (CVN 78) flies high on the ship's stern following...


NASWI Earth Day hike NASWI Earth Day hike
160428-N-WQ574-047 ANACORTES, Wash. (April 28, 2016) Sailors from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island (NASWI) hike up the Mount Erie trail picking up...


NHRC Marks SAAPM with Poster Presentation NHRC Marks SAAPM with Poster Presentation
160414-D-UJ980-104 SAN DIEGO (April 14, 2016) During NHRC's recent Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month (SAAPM) event, researchers...


Two Brooklyn Schools Win Big at NYC Regional SeaPerch ROV Competition Two Brooklyn Schools Win Big at NYC Regional SeaPerch ROV Competition
NEW YORK (April 23, 2016) Cmdr. Alex Hampton, an F/A 18 Hornet strike fighter pilot assigned to U.S. Northern Command, speaks to students and...


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Capt. Keith Kimberly
Capt. Keith Kimberly, USS Harry S. Truman, Norfolk, Va., talks to a reporter from The Columbian about his career as an aviator in the Navy, his...


Senior Chief Petty Officer Austin Reese - Virginian Pilot
Senior Chief Petty Officer Austin Reese, from Virginia Beach, Va., talks to a Virginian Pilot reporter about participating in the 2015 DoD Warrior...


Lt. Cmdr. Scott Radetski - Sheboygan Press
Lt. Cmdr. Scott Radetski, from Sheboygan, Wisc., talks to a Sheboygan Press reporter about participating in the 2015 DoD Warrior Games.


Katriana Durakovich – York Daily Record
Katriana Durakovich, from York, Pa., talks to a York Daily Record about participating in the 2015 DoD Warrior Games.


LCDR Scott Radetski
LCDR Scott Radetski talks to a WHBL-AM reporter about ompeting in the 2015 DoD Warrior Games.