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Patrol Squadron 45 Strengthens Partnership in the Philippines  (25 February 2015)
The Pelicans of Patrol Squadron (VP) 45 hosted members of the Philippine air force and navy aboard a U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon for a familiarization flight to increase understanding and showcase the capabilities of the Navy's newest maritime patrol and reconnaissance aircraft.
USS Pennsylvania Wins Trident Submarine Outstanding Performance Award   (25 February 2015)
The Blue and Gold crews of USS Pennsylvania (SSBN 735) were named as the recipients of the 2014 Trident Submarine Outstanding Performance Award Feb. 13 in a letter signed by Commander, Submarine Force U.S. Pacific Fleet Rear Adm. Philip G. Sawyer.
NAVSUP WSS Cultivates Workforce with 3 Steps 4 Success Seminars  (25 February 2015)
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) wrapped up its highly anticipated seminar series, 3 Steps 4 Success, at its Philadelphia site Feb. 24.
Abraham Lincoln Sailors Celebrate Supply Corps 220th Birthday  (25 February 2015)
Sailors assigned to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) celebrated the 220th birthday of the United States Navy's Supply Corps aboard the Abraham Lincoln's Floating Accommodation Facility on Feb. 23.
Hawaii Schools Bring Science to Life Through Robotics and Technology  (25 February 2015)
Students from elementary, middle and high schools around the Hawaii region participated in the 2015 Hawaii Regional SeaPerch Underwater Robotics for Youth competition Feb. 21 at U.S. Coast Guard Base Honolulu.
San Diego Shipboard Sailors Sharpen Safety Skills at Seminar  (25 February 2015)
Sailors assigned to ships and other afloat commands in the San Diego area attended the Naval Safety Center (NAVSAFECEN) Afloat Safety Seminar at the base theater on board Naval Base San Diego, Feb. 23.
Navy Surgeon General Fosters Medical Collaboration, Global Health in Egypt  (25 February 2015)
The Navy's surgeon general visited Egyptian military medical facilities in Cairo, Feb. 15-17.
Navy Medicine Operational Training Center Begins Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Fund Drive  (25 February 2015)
Service members from the global leader in operational medicine and aviation survival training began its contribution process to the Naval Air Station Pensacola annual Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Fund Drive Feb. 23.
NHHC Archaeologist Assists Florida Community with Search for Clues into World War II Bomber Crash Site  (25 February 2015)
NHHC Archaeologist Dr. George Schwarz was joined by more than 45 volunteers from nearly a dozen organizations wading through dense vegetation and sifting through Florida sand Feb. 18-20 in the hopes of finding more clues to a Navy aircraft crash that happened more than seven decades ago.
NHHC Historian Describes Century of Changes for Black Americans  (24 February 2015)
Dr. Regina Akers, an historian with the Naval History and Heritage Command and an expert on diversity issues in naval history, was the keynote speaker at an event in honor of Black History Month Feb. 23 at the Pentagon.
NJROTC Cadets Participate in the Navy National Air Rifle Championship  (24 February 2015)
Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) cadets from across the United States participated in the NJROTC Air Rifle Championship Feb. 12-14 in Port Clinton, Ohio and Feb. 19-21 in Anniston, Alabama and Phoenix, Arizona.
NMAWC Holds Change of Command  (24 February 2015)
Commander, Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Command (NMAWC) held a change of command ceremony at Naval Base Point Loma Feb. 23.
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Holds Kickoff Breakfast  (24 February 2015)
Rear Adm. Jeffrey Ruth spoke at the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Kickoff Breakfast at the Trident Inn Galley at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor, Feb. 23.
Reserve Sailors Support Fellow Sailors Through Buddy-to-Buddy Volunteer Veteran Program  (24 February 2015)
Reserve Sailors with NOSC Detroit provide support to fellow Sailors through the Buddy-to-Buddy Volunteer Veteran program, which assists Michigan Post-9/11 service members and veterans while they transition from active duty to civilian life.
When a Casualty Becomes a Fatality It's Corpsmen Up For a Shipmate Down  (24 February 2015)
When the unthinkable happens and a casualty become a fatality; the responsibility entrusted of hospital corpsmen to care for the sick and injured continues to extend to those deceased.

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