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    3D Print-A-Thon

    3D Print-A-Thon

    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...

    Recent Videos

    USS Cole: Lessons Learned

    USS Cole: Lessons Learned

    10.12.2017 | Video by Austin Rooney
    October 12, 2000 USS COLE DDG 67 was attacked by terrorists while refueling in Aden harbor, Yemen. Today we look back on the lessons learned.
    Return to USS Cole

    Return to USS Cole

    10.12.2017 | Video by Austin Rooney
    The explosion was sudden, violent, deafening, so intense that 8,500 tons of steel lifted out of the water and crashed back down. The very metal of...

    Recent News Stories

    Building Tomorrow’s Leaders - Enlisted Sailors,...

    When Indoctrination Day begins at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, the newest batch of nervous, anxious and sweaty plebes (midshipmen 4th class) are hurry around the majestic, riverfront campus from one processing station to the next. They receive a crash course in military bearing. However, about 270 of them are ready for the challenge.

    Fire Aboard Ship: Remembering USS Forrestal Fire,...

    07.27.2017 | Story by Elizabeth Collins
    Fire! Fire! Surrounded by water, but with nowhere to go, no way to escape, Sailors on USS Forrestal (CVA 59) watched in horror for one split second as flames began to engulf their ship, July 29, 1967. They jumped into action, but then came explosion after explosion, fireball after fireball.

    Long overdue honor: Daring Vietnam pilot remembers...

    07.14.2016 | Story by Elizabeth Collins
    Retired Lt. Col. Charles Kettles is credited with saving some 44 lives in one day, May 15, 1967, while serving as a helicopter commander in the 176th Aviation Company, 14th Combat Aviation Battalion, Americal Division in the vicinity of Duc Pho, in Vietnam's central highlands.

    Long overdue honor: Daring Vietnam pilot remembers...

    07.14.2016 | Story by Elizabeth Collins
    Retired Lt. Col. Charles Kettles is credited with saving some 44 lives in one day, May 15, 1967, while serving as a helicopter commander in the 176th Aviation Company, 14th Combat Aviation Battalion, Americal Division in the vicinity of Duc Pho, in Vietnam's central highlands.