Teeth and Tiaras
Navy Dentist Boasts Brains and Beauty
As the daughter of a dentist, and as one herself, Lt. Corinne Devin, Orthodontist, U.S. Naval Hospital (USNH) Yokosuka knows how important it is to take care of your teeth.
Not a Day Off
Furloughed Dahlgren Employees Volunteer to Help Family in Need
Microbiologists trimmed the hedges, naval engineers installed shelving in the garage and scientists organized the basement.
UCAS Demo Timeline
How Unmanned Aviation Arrived to Where it is Today
After six years of steady progress toward fulfilling the U.S. Navy's goal of unmanned carrier integration, the Navy Unmanned Combat Air System (N-UCAS) program completed its carrier demonstration July 15.
Focus on Service
AZ3(AW) Travis Francisco
U.S. Navy Corpsman Finally Laid to Rest
After 46 years, a Sailor left in Vietnam returns home
Only one month shy of coming home from Thua Thien-Hue Province, Vietnam, Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Michael B. Judd, a corpsman with Company A, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, was aboard a CH-46A Sea Knight helicopter attempting to insert a team into hostile territory.
Sailors respond to devastating EF5 tornado
Senior Chief Christopher Owen had just placed his most prized possession, his daughter, into the cramped 3 ft. x 6 ft. tornado shelter dug into the floor of his garage, when he heard the television say "IF YOU'RE NOT IN A SHELTER, YOU'RE NOT GOING TO MAKE IT!"
Our Father's Flag
One family's journey to find a flag missing for more than 60 years.
Jerry Landrum and his family have been searching for their father's flag for nearly 50 years.
2012 Stan Arthur Logisticians of the Year
Military and Civilian Award Winners
It Doesn't Take a Village
Balancing Navy and Parenthood as a Single Mother
Engineering the Future
Sub races search for the next generation of naval engineers.
It is a long process for a ship or weapons system to go from concept to deployment, but it all starts in the mind of a naval engineer.
Ships Built to Scale
The Role of the Models
Sailors in the U.S. Navy put in long hours to maintain and preserve their ships from the effects of the elements and time. They chip and paint, scrape and sand, and replace worn out parts to keep these national treasures in a constant state of readiness.
Have Questions About Your Career?
Navy Personnel Command offers a one-stop shop for Sailors who need answers.
The Navy Personnel Command (NPC) customer service center (CSC) is dedicated to providing information and support to Sailors and their families around the world. The CSC can answer a wide variety of career-related questions such as Navy programs and policies, pay and benefits, selection board questions, and service member locations.
What Navy Civilians Need to Know About Upcoming Furloughs
Doug Lundberg, from the Department of the Navy's Office of Civilian Human Resources
Every Day in the Navy June 2013
When Disaster Strikes
The story of two Sailors on leave in the wrong place at the right time.
When Cryptologic Technician (Collections) 2nd Class Arturo Guerra and Religious Program Specialist 3rd Class Sean Kelley traveled to Moore, Okla., on leave in May, they never imagined they would be providing life-saving assistance in the wake of one of nature's most destructive forces.
Where Quiet Comes From
Lake Pend O'Reille provides the perfect spot for acoustic research.
FY14 Senior Chief Results
Did you make the list?
Face of Defense
Hero Corpsman Reunites With Afghan Soldier
When Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Stanley Maculewicz visits Camp Shorabak in Afghanistan's Helmand province to advise the Afghan army's 215th Corps Mobile Strike Force Kandak medics, he usually is welcomed with hugs and handshakes from his counterparts.
Hear it, See it, REPORT it
Survivors SPEAK OUT about assault
QMC(SW/AW) Samir Patel
Find out how QMC(SW/AW) Samir Patel feels about serving as a detailer.
4,600 CPO Advancement Quotas
FY14 Chiefs' Board Convenes
Quotas from the Fiscal Year (FY) 14 Active Duty E7 Board display the effects of Navy's force management initiatives, resulting in an opportunity increase from 23.96% for FY 13 to 26.68% (+2.72 percentage points) this cycle.
Inside the Cage
Two Competitors, Head to Head, Minimal Rules
Mixed Martial Arts is a sport that takes, takes and takes some more. It takes years of dedication and training. It takes extreme commitment and endurance. And most of all it takes a willingness to get hit in the face on purpose.
Happy Father's Day to the Nation's Warfighters
We Salute You
Heroes Among Us
Honoring veterans in our nation's capital
The Honor Flight Network transported hundreds of veterans to the nation's capital in Washington D.C. June 4.
Hurricane season is upon us
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.
Broad Stripes and Bright Stars
World War II-era Flag Flown at Navy base in Honor of Fallen Midway Sailor
A World War II-era flag that flew over Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), Dahlgren, Va., in honor of a Sailor on the 71st anniversary of his death at the Battle of Midway, was presented to his sister during a ceremony on base.
America's Away Team in the War on Drugs
HSL-60 'Jaguars' Use Nighttime Force Against Drug Runners
Darkness won't stop a bullet.
MM1(SS) Brandon Hale
Learn how MM1(SS) Brandon Hale helps keep USS San Francisco moving.
A Brother's Salute
Academy Graduate Welcomed to Fleet by Deployed Brother
With 7,000 miles between them, they were face to face. One dressed in a uniform he'd been wearing for years, and the other dressed in a uniform he'd only just earned the right to wear.
Choose Your Rate, Choose Your Fate
One Sailor's Struggle With Perform to Serve
Five years ago, while milling about in Billings, Mt., CTI2 Jasmine Loran, with Navy Information Operations Command Texas, wasn't even remotely thinking about joining the military.