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CNP Talks Uniforms During Visit to Rota, Spain1 of 4

Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. Bill Moran addressed Sailors' concerns about new uniforms while wearing a new lightweight NWU uniform being tested across the fleet.

"It's basically the type III greens that we have dyed blue. That's the make-up of this uniform. We know the Sailors like the Type IIIs, that comfort level and wear," said Moran. "It is more breathable and the feedback we're getting from the three-hundred-fifty Sailors testing this is that they like it."
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Under the new policy, commanding officers, working with regional commanders, have the option to authorize command ball caps for Sailors in NWUs, anywhere that uniform could normally be worn, including transiting to and from work. (FULL STORY) "/>

COs to Have Authority to Allow Ball Caps with NWUs2 of 4

"A lot of Sailors look at command ball caps as a source of command pride and espirit de corps," said Fleet Master Chief April Beldo, senior enlisted advisor to CNP. "This is something the Fleet asked us for, and we believe this is something the commands should be able to decide for themselves."

Under the new policy, commanding officers, working with regional commanders, have the option to authorize command ball caps for Sailors in NWUs, anywhere that uniform could normally be worn, including transiting to and from work. (FULL STORY)

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 Feedback3 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.

Over the last two months, much of your Navy leadership has spent a significant amount of energy explaining our fiscal year '15 budget submission to Congress - what it means for you and your family, today and into the future.
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In fact just yesterday I testified before the Senate Armed Service Personnel Subcommittee about the tough choices ahead.
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The Promise of Service 4 of 4

Over the last two months, much of your Navy leadership has spent a significant amount of energy explaining our fiscal year '15 budget submission to Congress - what it means for you and your family, today and into the future.

In fact just yesterday I testified before the Senate Armed Service Personnel Subcommittee about the tough choices ahead. (READ BLOG)

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