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From UFC to 'Out to Sea'  (15 June 2018)
One thing about the Navy is that every Sailor has a different background. Some come from the city and some from the farm. Some joined right out of high school, while others have been to college.
Feeling the Heat  (15 June 2018)
The 1MC rings loudly - general quarters, general quarters. It's just another drill. Then, everything goes black.
IWTC Virginia Beach Learning Site Jacksonville Sailor Trains IW, FDNF Sailors  (14 June 2018)
Cryptologic Technician (Technical) 1st Class Tori M. Barnhart, a native of Rochester, Indiana, currently serves as an instructor at Information Warfare Training Command Virginia Beach, Learning Site Jacksonville, Florida.
Cooking For His Shipmates, Bettering Himself  (14 June 2018)
The U.S. Navy has culinary specialists on all of its vessels to feed the crew a healthy balanced diet. On Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG 62), Culinary Specialist Seaman Apprentice Marcus Wallace can often be found mixing spices or flipping burgers on the grill.
GW Sailors Reflect on Father's Day   (13 June 2018)
A father plays many different roles in their children's lives. Fathers can be teachers, mentors, role models, and for some, even best friends. The impact a father makes on their children is something that one Sailor says is irreplaceable.
Forecasted for Greatness  (12 June 2018)
When a ship is at sea, aerographer's mates (AG) are a vital part of day-to-day operations. AGs are responsible for collecting and analyzing oceanographic and meteorological information so that the ship may safely complete its mission.
NPS Grad's Analysis Recognized by CJCS  (11 June 2018)
A Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) alumnus was recently honored by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) U.S. Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford for his work in text analysis and security cooperation optimization.
Sisters Forged by the Sea  (11 June 2018)
About a year ago, two sisters were at a local Virginia Beach tea shop on a beautiful summer afternoon sipping delicious bubble tea, sharing laughs and enjoying each other's company, unsure of when they might see each other again.
Captain's Curtain Call Career Comes to a Close for 38-Year Sailor  (11 June 2018)
The stage is set. Familiar faces in the audience take their seats. Conversations among the crowd come to a halt. The lights dim. Only the red carpet leading to the stage, lined with ceremonial bullets and side boys, remains lit. This is a moment 38 years in the making.
Sharing the Advantage  (1 June 2018)
It's not a topic normally talked about in an open setting, and for some, it may not be a recognizable concept that takes part in their normal lives until that thought is challenged by their surroundings.
Training to Save Lives  (31 May 2018)
The cold ocean embraced him as he jumped from the small craft, but he didn't mind the temperature. All he could think about was completing the mission and retrieving his shipmate during the drill.
QM1 Christopher Eley is TSCHR's Sailor of the Quarter  (30 May 2018)
Quarter Master (QM) 1st Class Christopher Eley, Training Support Center Hampton Roads (TSCHR) Command Development Team was named the second quarter Sailor of the Quarter (SOQ) at an all-hands ceremony, May 24, Naval Air Station Oceana Dam Neck Annex.
Submariner's 'Dolphins' Return to Sea  (30 May 2018)
U.S. Navy submarines have always been associated with close quarters.
CNIC Announces 2017 Fire, Emergency Services Award Winners  (29 May 2018)
Similar to their brothers- and sisters-in-arms, Navy firefighters stand the watch and live each day fulfilling their oath - "Protecting those who defend America."
Recruit Drops 100 Pounds to Get in Shipshape for the Navy  (24 May 2018)
When Seaman Recruit Carly Gray, 21, decided to enlist in the Navy, there was only one thing blocking her way: about 100 pounds.

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