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Tropical Cyclone Trackers of Fleet Activities Yokosuka  (2 August 2018)
A tropical cyclone barreled toward U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka last week, but the 27,000 people who live and work on base as well as the assets of 71 tenant commands and 13 ships forward-deployed here were prepared.
Naval Hospital Pensacola Sailor Strikes a Nerve  (19 July 2018)
Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Melissa Clayton, an electroneurodiagnostic technician at Naval Hospital Pensacola (NHP), recently became the only registered nerve conduction study technologist in the Navy.
Voices Heard: New hair regulations make positive impact on Sailors  (16 July 2018)
Aviation Maintenance Administrationman 1st Class Jacqualynn Leak, assigned to "The Gladiators" of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 106, said that since she's joined the Navy in 2009, she has faced many struggles when it came to her hairstyle.
Middle School Students Brief Congressman on STEM Technologies to Solve Simulated Navy Challenges   (16 July 2018)
It's not often that middle school students have an opportunity to brief the Chairman of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces about technologies they developed to solve Navy challenges.
Truman Sailors: Unrated Edition  (9 July 2018)
Patrolling the waters around the globe, USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) leaves in its wake a trail of peace and good relations. Within the bulkheads that sustain this mission-orientated warship there are Sailors of a distinct category.
NEX Customers Support Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society  (9 July 2018)
Rear Admiral Robert J. Bianchi (Ret), CEO, Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) presented a check on July 6, totaling $241,030 to Admiral Steve Abbot (Ret), President and CEO, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, to benefit NMCRS programs from contributions by NEX customers.
Chancellorsville Sailor Dubbed Oil Queen  (6 July 2018)
Gas turbine systems technicians in the U.S. Navy maintain the engines, lube oils and fuel that keeps the Navy moving.
Recruit Training Command Facilities Utilize Teamwork to Get the Job Done  (29 June 2018)
Taking pride in details few others notice is all in a day's work for Chief Machinist's Mate Tony Rivera and Chief Culinary Specialist Romonn Calhoun.
Legal Department Serves Recruit Training Command Recruits, Staff  (29 June 2018)
Spend just a few minutes talking with Legalman 2nd Class Antonio Dominguez and two things quickly become clear.
Over Five Decades of US Naval Service Draws to a Close  (28 June 2018)
Not many people can say they served their nation for more than five decades; however, for a civilian assigned to Training Support Center Hampton Roads (TSCHR), he can.
7th Fleet Staff Walk in the Sands of Iwo Jima  (26 June 2018)
In a limited four-hour tour, Sailors and Marines visited the historic island of Iwo To, Japan, formerly known as Iwo Jima, exploring caves, walking the famous black sand beaches and climbing Mount Suribachi.
Summer Medical Preparatory Program Teaches Students About Medicine at Naval Hospital Pensacola  (26 June 2018)
From June 18 to 22, 13 high school students from four local high schools participated in Naval Hospital Pensacola's(NHP) Summer Medical Preparatory Program (SMP2).
Rota Corpsman Improves Department, Wins International Medical Award  (25 June 2018)
Although surgeons, nurses and anesthesiologists are often the more visible providers of safe surgical care, sterile processing technicians also perform critical functions in infection control and the delivery of excellent patient care.
Dual Military Couple Shares the Stage in NPC Bodybuilding Competition  (25 June 2018)
A dual-military couple assigned to commands aboard Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) in Gulfport, Mississippi, participated in the National Physique Committee (NPC) 2018 Battle on the Gulf Coast bodybuilding competition, June 16, in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Navy Professor's Family History Parallels US Founding Father's Vision on Education   (21 June 2018)
Who knew that former President John Adams could see so far into the 21st century?

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