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    USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78)      


    President Gerald R. Ford


    Capt. Richard McCormack

    Capt. Richard McCormack

    03.02.2018 | Courtesy Story
    Captain McCormack enlisted in the Navy in 1984 and was selected a year later to attend the United States Naval Academy Preparatory School in...

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    Senior Chief Pinning

    Senior Chief Pinning

    06.12.2018 | Photo by Seaman Ryan Carter
    NORFOLK, Va. (June 12, 2018) -- Senior Chief Aviation Support Equipment Technician Mark Hicks, from Givhans, South Carolina, assigned to USS...
    Frocking Ceremony

    Frocking Ceremony

    06.08.2018 | Photo by Seaman Ryan Carter
    NORFOLK, Va. (June 8, 2018) — Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Stanley Madurski, from Middleton, New York, assigned to USS Gerald R. Ford’s (CVN...


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    Gumption, Cunning, and Spirit: Winning the Battle...

    06.05.2018 | Story by Seaman Apprentice Joshua Murray
    On the Pacific Ocean, the morning of June 4, 1942, the USS Enterprise (CV-6), USS Hornet (CV-8) and USS Yorktown (CV-5) sailed to meet an attacking fleet of four Japanese carriers – four of the six carriers that had attacked Pearl Harbor only six months earlier – to engage in what would become one of the most decisive naval battles in history.

    Paving the Way to a Brighter Future

    05.20.2018 | Story by Seaman Ryan Carter
    For many Sailors approaching the end of their enlistment, separation can be a time of incredible anxiety. Whether you have been in for four years or 30, the transition to the civilian sector is daunting.
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