Training Goes Virtual
MRTS 3D Lets Sailors Train Whenever, Wherever
Most Sailors know it can be difficult to keep up with training while deployed, or even at home in a high-op tempo environment.
Long May I Live
Arlington National Cemetery
I awake each morning to the sun rising over our nation's capital. My rolling hills rise above the Potomac River, symbolizing service and an ultimate sacrifice to our country.
Why we Remember
11 Things to Know About MLK
1. Martin Luther King Jr. was actually born Michael King Jr. on Jan. 15, 1929. In 1934, his father, pastor of Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church, traveled to Germany and was inspired by Martin Luther, leader of the Protestant Reformation. As a result, King Sr. changed his own name as well as that of his 5-year-old son.
In the Slammer
Special Programs, Brig Duty
It's 4 a.m., and Petty Officer 1st Class Melissa Mayer is heading to jail.
On the Forefront of Innovation
Sailor serves as catalyst for innovation movement
"Man overboard!" The unthinkable can happen in a heartbeat, and an underway can go from routine to disaster. It can take hours to find a Sailor who has gone overboard, if he or she is found at all. The cold reality is that many Sailors have been lost at sea, and it is often an unnecessary cause of death in this day and age.
Where Sailors and innovation meet
Like any other organization, the Navy is not perfect. Many times Sailors ask why things must be done a certain way. Often, they're convinced they know a more effective way. Sometimes, they're right. The Innovation Lab, better known as the iLab, gives Sailors a chance to take those ideas and possibly turn them into reality.