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Katrina: 10 Years Later

A 10-year retrospective into one of the most brutal storms to hit the Gulf Coast and the response of a nation. It's been a decade since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast. Follow along the relief efforts with a one of a kind perspective through the eyes of Capt. Richard Callas (USN, Ret.) commanding officer of the USS Iwo Jima in 2005. View the full story

Hurricane Katrina: Witness to Recovery

History and Heritage

Navy photographer Jeremy Grisham tells the story of Hurricane Katrina through his lens.

Katrina: 10 Years Later

History and Heritage

On the 29th of August 2005, having ravaged South Florida on its way through the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast of the United States, leaving a wake of massive destruction and devastation of Biblical proportions across an area reaching from the western panhandle of Florida to

Remember the Fallen

History and Heritage

Seabees around the world remember the heroic actions of Medal of Honor recipient Marvin Shields.

Survivors of the Sinking of the USS Indianapolis

History and Heritage

Hear the harrowing tale of survival from the crew members themselves.


Your Career

Standing in line at a new restaurant staring at the menu board can create fear and tension in the best of times.

Another Way to Serve

Around The Fleet

"Why did you join the Navy?" Was it money for school, a sense of purpose, to do something with my life, or is it simply to serve. Through the All Navy Sports Program some Sailor/Athletes are getting it in on the field while in uniform.

You've Been Exposed

Training and Education

In July I received a letter from the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) letting me know that my information may have been "exposed."

Team Red White and Blue

Health and Fitness

How often are sailors heard admitting that the only time they exercise is right before a PRT? A nation-wide organization dedicated to enriching the lives of all who serve is helping Sailors not only get healthier physically, but mentally and emotionally as well.

New program shows Sailors how to InterAct

Around The Fleet

"How dare you embarrass me in front of my friends," Matt shouted at Ashley.