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From Humble Beginnings to Humbling Success  (22 May 2018)
It's not long after Command Master Chief Delbert Terrell, Jr. walks into a room that you realize there's something special about him.
Large-Scale Exercise Tests Norfolk Naval Shipyard's Ability to Prepare for, Respond to Major Hurricane  (18 May 2018)
Could a Category IV hurricane hit Hampton Roads? That was the question posed by Hurricane Exercise/Citadel Gale (HURREX) 2018, April 24-May 11.
Navy Medicine R&D Leaders Leverage Research for Readiness  (14 May 2018)
Leaders from across Navy Medicine's research and development enterprise, which falls under the purview of Navy Medicine West (NMW), gathered April 26 and 27 to discuss warfighter readiness and the health of the research enterprise.
Herpetologist Dedicated to Cuban Boa Research at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay  (11 May 2018)
Dr. Pete Tolson is no stranger to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. This year marks a storied 50-year history of his interaction with the base.
Yeoman Storekeeper Takes Opportunity to Shine  (10 May 2018)
"Here, I'll speak for her," said Frank Cable's Military Sealift Command Supply Officer Dave Terrel, known around the ship for his white beard and voice of experience.
Becoming a Chef is 'Heart' Work  (10 May 2018)
A successful career as a chef spanning 22 years was sparked at age 10 when Christopher Ferguson, cook supervisor, Naval Hospital Guantanamo Bay, was tasked with preparing meals for his diabetic grandmother.
From the Field to the Shop: Building Camaraderie, Leadership through Soccer  (9 May 2018)
Team sports are something that many people participated in since a young age. Sports can bring people out of their comfort zone, form new friendships and develop leadership skills.
Remembering the Holocaust  (9 May 2018)
It's been 73 years since the Axis powers surrendered to the western Allies, ending World War II. While many look fondly on that hard-won victory, it is important that we never forget those events that are forever etched in our history.
John Paul Jones: The Man Of Wars  (9 May 2018)
The United States Navy has a long and proud history of brave men and women that have served aboard its ships. Very few however are quite as renowned as the great John Paul Jones.
The Decision of a Lifetime  (8 May 2018)
"I once thought that dying was the worst that could happen. I want to spread the word that living is truly punishment after these crimes."
From Blue to Yellow: A Journey of the ABH  (8 May 2018)
Aviation Boatswain's Mates (Handling) (ABHs) are responsible for the direction of all aircraft on the flight deck and in the hangar bay of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72).
Abraham Lincoln Conducts Abandon Ship Training  (8 May 2018)
"General quarters, general quarters, all hands man your battle stations."
Recruit Training Command Safety Staff Oversees Precautionary Measures  (7 May 2018)
On a quiet day, Victor Hernandez can briefly let his mind wander off to a cool lake and a warm, relaxing summer day of fishing.
TRU Determination: One Sailor's Fight Through Adversity to Serve Our Nation  (3 May 2018)
"I should be dead." That was Operations Specialist 2nd Class Dillon McLaughlin's first thought when he saw the images of his horrific accident.
NSWC Philadelphia Hosts Holocaust Survivor for Days of Remembrance Ceremony  (3 May 2018)
David Tuck, a Holocaust survivor, told his story of survival to a full house during Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Philadelphia Division's Holocaust Days of Remembrance Ceremony held April 25, 2018.

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