Tuition Assistance Made Easy
Top 5 things you need to know about filing for TA
The Best Present Ever
Five Daughters Get Their Christmas Wish
"What do you want from Santa this Christmas?"
Heard Loud and Clear
SECNAV Approves Uniform Changes, Prototypes Coming
"Don't simply put us in men's uniforms..."
A Story of Love and Survival
The Story of EOD2 Taylor Morris and Danielle Kelly
Taylor Morris is many things. He's a 25-year-old college student and a boyfriend to Danielle Kelly. He's also a real life example of the fighting spirit of the Navy.
Scrubbing In: Wounded Warrior Care
Wounded Warrior Care
A Benefit of Service
How Sailors Can Take Advantage of TSA's PreCheck Program
In an effort to thank Sailors and other service members for their service to the nation, the Transportation Security Administration announced free enrollment in its PreCheck expedited screening program for air travel in the U.S. starting on or after Dec. 20.
A CPO Legacy: ATC Justin Kramer
One Sailor's Path to Chief
This is a story about family, both personal and Navy. The chief petty officer mess is, at its core, about family. When you earn your anchors you become part of something bigger than yourself. You become a member of the CPO family.
Pearl Harbor Then and Now
Pearl Harbor today compared to Dec. 7, 1941
Navy Public Affairs Support Element West, Det. Hawaii provided All Hands Magazine this unique look at areas of Pearl Harbor as they are now combined with how they looked on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941.
A Sailor's Dying Wish
They Didn't Just Talk to Him, They Listened
After signing my Pop, EM2 Bud Cloud (circa Pearl Harbor) up for hospice care, the consolation prize I'd given him (for agreeing it was OK to die) was a trip to "visit the Navy in San Diego."
CPO Exam Date Changed
Active Duty E7 Exam Date Adjusted
Roughly 35,000 first class petty officers are scheduled to take the exam. Changing the date will ensure the process is fair and orderly for all involved.
"It makes absolute sense to enact proper planning and take the necessary steps to set our first class petty officers up for success," said MCPON Mike Stevens.
SECNAV- Fleet Matters - Power
Secretary of the Navy discusses how power is one of the Navy's most important assets
Fighting to Conserve Water at Sea
Bells signal the start of cleaning stations, and Sailors aboard the U.S. Navy's forward-deployed aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) pause as the ship's executive officer informs the crew that the self-service laundry is being closed due to a potable water shortage on board.
All Hands Magazine Holiday Cover
Showcase your command today
All Hands Magazine online is asking commands to put their creative talents to use and come up with an All Hands holiday cover.
Moving to the Music
Rhythm of Life
Chief Machinist's Mate Edwin Garcia has a rhythm that can't be heard on your local radio station or even heard from your television. He has it in his heart.
Adoption - It Makes a Difference
There's Something Special About a Family that Chooses You
For some people, family consists of blood relatives. For others, the Navy is the only family they've ever known.
Honoring Service and Baseball
Navy Chief Wins Inaugural Bob Feller Act of Valor Award
With three warfare pins, numerous qualifications and thousands of volunteer hours documented during his 27 years of naval service, Chief Hospital Corpsman Garth R. A. Sinclair is humbled and honored to be recognized alongside baseball legends Justin Verlander, Yogi Berra, and Bob Feller.
Results Are Out!
Navy releases advancement results for E4, E5 and E6
The names of more than 21,000 active duty, 1,800 Reserve and 500 Full Time Support (FTS) Sailors selected for advancement to E4, E5, and E6 have been released.
The Other Day Job
Can you work for the reserves?
Across a conference room in Port Victoria, Seychelles, sits a sea of professionals: an FAA inspector, the president of a consulting firm, a pilot with a regional airline, a medical assistant, and a chief financial officer of a logistics firm.
SECNAV- Fleet Matters: Platforms
Secretary of the Navy discusses how platforms are one of the Navy's most important assets
Lending a Hand
USS George Washington Delivers Relief to a Thankful Village
In the small village of Guiuan, located in Eastern Samar province, villagers lined up outside the gate of a runway awaiting food, water and medical supplies to be delivered by helicopters from the George Washington Strike Group (GWSG) in support of Operation Damayan.
Active Duty and FTS Petty Officer Advancement Quotas Released
Is This Your Year?
More than 21,000 active duty and 500 Full Time Support (FTS) Sailors are expected to advance to E4, E5 and E6 with the release of the fall Petty Officer advancement early next week.
Made in the USN
Haney's Series of Fortunate Events
Dr. Randall Haney, Lt. Cmdr. (Ret.) was a fifth grade dropout. Born In 1948 in rural Alabama, Haney had an unstable and at times volatile youth.
The tip of the spear for the future of Naval Aviation
Just north of the white sandy beaches of the Emerald Coast of Florida's panhandle, a group of Sailors are working hand-in-hand with technical expert civilians to bring the Navy's fifth-generation fighter to the fleet.
5th Fleet in Action
Service members and civilians in 5th Fleet form a team that is truly making a difference
The Kingdom of Bahrain is host to the U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT), U.S. 5th Fleet, Combined Maritime Forces (CMF). Bahrain is an island nation of more than 1.2 million people, of which 8,000 are U.S. Department of Defense personnel and families.
SECNAV- Fleet Matters: Partnerships
Secretary of the Navy discusses how partnerships are one of the Navy's most important assets
Seabees Overcome Harsh Jungle Training
Building New Friendships Based on Blood, Sweat and Sacrifice
Deep in the Northern Training Area of Okinawa, Japan, Seabees assigned to Squad 1 complete the first third of the wet maze and they stop for a break. Exhaustion blankets them.
Front and Center
Chief Hospital Corpsman Weathers Super Typhoon During Iloilo City Family Visit
The memory of his father wasn't blown away, but all around him nearly everything else was.
Making the Most of Minimal Resources
Navy Orthopedist Helps Bring Medical Care to Afghans in Need
The Tarin Kowt district of Afghanistan is mired in poverty, wracked by warfare, and beset by a host of concerns such as lack of available medical care.
SECNAV- Fleet Matters: People
Secretary of the Navy discusses how people are the Navy's most important asset
Link to a Legacy
Why One Sailor Chose to Volunteer at a Veteran's Home
Each week history is passed down and connections are made when young and old meet to play games, watch movies and share stories.