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'Every Sailor, Every Day' Navy Suicide Prevention Month1 of 4

"I challenge you to be there for Every Sailor, Every Day, through meaningful, intentional actions. Take time to ask others how they are doing and actively listen. We are a Navy team, and none of us are ever alone." -Rear Adm. Rick Snyder, director, 21st Century Sailor Office
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What and When 'Matters' 2 of 4

A couple of years ago, our CNO coined the phrase "where it matters, when it matters" to plainly describe the unique proximity and responsiveness our Navy provides in times of conflict and crisis. And it's our ready Sailors who make it happen. To sustain and advance future initiatives our personnel business needs to become more nimble and responsive. We'll need to anticipate and address challenges before they burden Sailors, create retention problems or hinder our warfighting focus. (FULL STORY)

Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP) Vice Adm. William Moran meets with Republic of Korea navy Capt. Lim Jung Taek, Military Culture & Women's Policy Division Director. The pair met to share information about gender integration and retention in their respective services.  U.S. Navy photo by Lt. j.g. Joe Keiley (Released)  141112-N-GA722-002

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Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP) Vice Adm. William Moran meets with Republic of Korea navy Capt. Lim Jung Taek, Military Culture & Women's Policy Division Director. The pair met to share information about gender integration and retention in their respective services. U.S. Navy photo by Lt. j.g. Joe Keiley (Released) 141112-N-GA722-002

Specific feedback, whether given in person or via the internet, on why people stay and why they may want to go is helpful and needed as my staff works through the challenge of how to aggressively retain the right Sailors for the Navy of today and tomorrow. 
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The thousands of questions, emails, tweets, and blog comments we get each month helps us better understand your priorities and directly feeds into what topics and policies we go after and attack.
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No Such Thing As Too Much Feedback4 of 4

Specific feedback, whether given in person or via the internet, on why people stay and why they may want to go is helpful and needed as my staff works through the challenge of how to aggressively retain the right Sailors for the Navy of today and tomorrow.

The thousands of questions, emails, tweets, and blog comments we get each month helps us better understand your priorities and directly feeds into what topics and policies we go after and attack. READ BLOG.

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Changes to Senior Enlisted Academy

The Navy Senior Enlisted Academy (SEA) is expanding its delivery format to afford every senior chief petty officer the opportunity to attend the SEA prior to selection to master chief petty officer.

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