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The Comeback Boatswain  (16 October 2017)
At approximately 4 a.m. on July 20, Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Gloveis Wells, USS Nimitz (CVN 68) Sailor and native of Raleigh, Mississippi, was awakened by fellow shipmates to clear a flooded space.
Lives Touched by SPS 17 Navy Doctor Reflect Childhood Influences  (16 October 2017)
For one U.S. Navy emergency room doctor, his upbringing and youth experiences were huge factors in determining what course he would take in his future.
Diversity in the Military: "Inspire Those Who Follow Us" to Shape America's Future  (12 October 2017)
Jose Lugo looked out over a packed theater and thanked God for enabling him to work and share with everyone who serves the Navy.
Daddy on Duty: Lake Erie Sailors Become Dads during Deployment  (11 October 2017)
Five months ago, Sailors aboard the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Erie (CG 70) waved goodbye to their family and friends and sailed west on deployment. Since then, five of those Sailors' families have grown by one.
NSF Redzikowo Sailors Visit Lithuania  (10 October 2017)
Naval Support Facility (NSF) Redzikowo Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) organized and led a trip to Vilnius, the capitol city of Lithuania, for a weekend, Oct. 6.
The Guardian Angels of VAW-121  (10 October 2017)
The U.S. Navy is a lethal force at sea, whether on, below and above the water. Aircraft carriers play host to air wings that include fighter jets, tactical airborne early warning aircraft, electronic attack aircraft, helicopters and more.
Specialists Balance Truman's Budget  (6 October 2017)
A team of 13 budget specialists from USS Harry S. Truman's (CVN 75) Supply Department have been working long hours to ensure the ship's financially ready for the new year and its upcoming deployment.
Woman Overboard  (5 October 2017)
At first glance, the water of the Arabian Gulf looks almost dreamy but upon further inspection one can see the thousands of tiny jellyfish floating just outside the safety of the Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB). Add the sea snakes, sharks and various other sea creatures that lurk below.
A Survivor's Story  (5 October 2017)
Kathleen Michalski was 54 years old when she was diagnosed with grade three breast cancer in her left breast.
Freedom Hall Staff Lead Recruits to be Physically Fit for Boot Camp   (5 October 2017)
"Are you ready?" the instructor asks loudly.
Military Sealift Command: Delivering in a Contested Environment  (2 October 2017)
For more than 50 years the mariners of Military Sealift Command have sailed virtually uncontested around the globe to deliver the logistics and service support our fleet commanders and deployed warfighters require to complete their missions.
Dahlgren, Dam Neck See Benefits by Sending Young Civilian Engineers to Sea  (29 September 2017)
Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) and Dam Neck Annex have historically benefitted from hiring young engineers with new college degrees, with many going on to long careers as Navy civilians.
CNIC Shows Its Color, Recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month  (29 September 2017)
Every year Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) and Navy Fleet and Family Support Centers (FFSC) recognize domestic violence prevention with reminders that domestic violence is a community health issue that needs to be addressed.
AIRSpeed  (27 September 2017)
Virtually everything in life involves a process: a series of steps to reach the desired end-goal. On Navy ships, processes are imperative.
I Have the Deck - Taking Charge on Nimitz  (26 September 2017)
"This is Lt. j.g. Wilmington, I have the deck. Belay your reports."

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