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    03.15.2017 | Photo by Jason R Meyer
    170315-N-RQ987-023 WASHINGTON (March 15, 2017) Members from the Meso-scale Robotic Locomotion Initiative (MeRLln) demonstrate the uses of a...

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    The Men Who Sail Below: The legend behind the Snipes

    Sweat runs down a soot covered face, carving a path through the thick field of grime. It gathers and pools before falling in a bead to the metal below. It sizzles as it hits and is gone. The cramped metal room is hot. It is a place where fires burn, water boils and steam lives. The man with the soot-covered face looks up as orders are relayed from above. He shakes off his daze and nudges his partner, then picks up a coal shovel. Time to...

    One Navy Team: MC2 Danian Douglas

    03.12.2018 | Story by Austin Rooney
    He jumped down from the tree, bare feet crunching on the dense bed of jungle foliage, his young hands gripping freshly-picked fruit. He darted deeper through the deep green layers of trees to find water - a part of his morning routine. For a child growing up in the rural countryside of Trinidad, this was nothing out of the ordinary.

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    Most Sailors know it can be difficult to keep up with training while deployed, or even at home in a high optempo environment. Navy leaders know it too, and the chief of naval operations' Ready, Relevant Learning (RRL) initiative pledges to deliver training at the right time, in the right place and in the right format for today's Sailors. The Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) is a key stakeholder in this...

    Pow Wows - Preserving the rich heritage of Native...

    From the famous Navajo code talkers to Medal of Honor recipients like Army Master Sgt. Roy Benavidez, Native Americans have served in every American war since the Revolution. According to the National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics, more than 154,000 American Indians and Alaskan Natives served in the military from 1990 to 2010, out of more than 21.8 million total service members. With a long lineage of service, they have played...

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