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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...

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    Santa's Got a Brand New Bag

    Santa's Got a Brand New Bag

    12.24.2017 | Video by Robert Gensic
    Santa and his reindeer are underway on his 218 million mile mission. May you never be too grown up to search the skies on Christmas Eve. Best w...
    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.

    Recent News Stories

    MRTS 3D Lets Sailors Train Whenever, Wherever

    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...

    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.

    From Behind the Lens: Memories and Advice of a Life...

    A brightly decorated pavilion at Admiral Baker Park in San Diego, California, bustles with activity. A party is well underway. Just about 100 people have gathered to celebrate a father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend. His name is Joe Renteria. Wearing a vibrantly colored Hawaiian shirt and a long silver braid down his back, he walks confidently around the tables, shaking hands and embracing some in hugs of love.

    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.