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Where Eaglets Dare

Around The Fleet

Spirituality, wisdom, strength, majesty, freedom: Eagles hold many different meanings among different cultures, throughout history and around the world. In 1782, Congress chose the bald eagle as the United States national bird for its beauty, strength and long life.

The Beginnings of Hospital Corpsmen

Talking with Sailors

Hospital Corpsman celebrate 120 years of pride filled service. Happy Birthday Corpsman.

Brilliant on the Basics

Training and Education

As our Navy grows for the first time in nearly a generation, we need Sailors who are personally engaged in the success of our Navy as well as their own personal success. We also need leaders who encourage and enable this.

Inside NPS: MACO Program

Training and Education

Since September 2012, more than 25 enlisted Sailors from the Information System Technician (IT) and Cryptologic Technician-Networks (CTN) ratings have earned Master of Science in Applied Cyber Operations (MACO) degrees from the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, California.

PCS - The Moving Game

Your Career

Sailors moving this summer should start preparing now, said Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Household Goods (HHG) Director John E. Hilaman. "A good move doesn't just happen," he said, "it takes planning."

Active Duty E-8 Results

Advancements and Promotions

Fiscal Year 19 active duty Senior Chief Results.

FRG Puts Family First

Focus on Service

For Sailors in today's Navy, deploying is a way of life, and even if a Sailor isn't deployed, duty can mean long days, physically demanding work and training evolutions - all to get ready for deployment.

Always Ready

Around The Fleet

Thousands of Sailors could be affected by this year's hurricane season. If you are in a hurricane prone area and you aren't prepared, you should be.

Defying the Odds

Talking with Sailors

Not many people survive an attempted murder, let alone getting their throat slashed, but Chief Yeoman Tim Vaughn managed to defy the odds.

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