Navy Recruiting District Raleigh Story Archive

Rare Opportunity For South Carolina Student  (27 March 2010)
A University of South Carolina student received college funds via the Navy's Baccalaureate Degree Completion Program (BDCP) at the Midlands Tech Community College Military Day Career Fair March 24 in Columbia, S.C.
Navy Recruiters and First Lady Michelle Obama to Appear on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition  (8 August 2011)
Sailors with Navy Recruiting District (NRD) Raleigh stood alongside members of the Army, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard while helping reveal a new home built for a Navy veteran in Fayetteville, N.C., July 21.
Duke Blue Devil Mascot Joins the Navy  (29 September 2014)
Some people grow up thinking about serving, being part of a team and operating in anonymity to give back to a cause greater than themselves.
Tough, Bold, Ready: A Family's Naval Service Legacy   (11 October 2016)
On October 13th, the Navy will celebrate its 241st birthday.
Nuclear Power: A Satisfying Career Fulfilling the Navy's Needs   (11 October 2016)
When James Walters joined the Navy in June of 2007, he wasn't sure what job he would be doing, but he thought nuclear power "sounded pretty cool."
Celebrate Veterans Day, then Stand Down for Homeless Veterans  (10 November 2016)
Every year on Nov. 11, we celebrate our American military veterans who have served our country in times of peace and in war.
NRD Raleigh Accomplishes the Mission and Keeps Morale High  (23 December 2016)
The nation's ability to sustain naval superiority, in large part, depends on Navy recruiters' ability to consistently bring the most qualified individuals into the Navy. For recruiters, the Navy's never ending recruiting mission can be stressful, especially during the holidays.
Enhancing Public Awareness of the Navy through Music  (1 February 2017)
For Navy recruiters, reaching out to potential recruits in non-coastal areas can be particularly challenging.
The Virtues of Navy Nursing  (1 February 2017)
Compassion, courage, humility, perseverance -- these are a few of the characteristics our favorite fictional superheroes are thought to exemplify. In the real world, they are the virtues embodied by a Navy nurse.
Sailors at NRD Raleigh Inspired During African-American History Month  (21 February 2017)
This African-American History Month, Sailors stationed at Navy Recruiting District Raleigh recognized the accomplishments of two African-American trailblazers, retired Master Chief Petty Officers Carl Brashear and April D. Beldo.
Hutchinsons Reveal Secret to Keeping Military Families Strong  (27 February 2017)
Imagine the typical boy-meets-girl, girl-likes-boy, boy-and-girl-fall-in-love story taking place between two Sailors on a Navy base.
Duty, Honor: A Simple Act of Kindness   (16 March 2017)
By performing a simple act of kindness on a spring-like day, a Sailor embodied the Navy's idea of honor and learned an unforgettable life lesson.
Recruiting Women to Make their Mark on History  (23 March 2017)
As one of the most significant events in American military history, the Department of Defense declared all sex-based restrictions on military service would be lifted beginning January 2016, opening all military positions to both men and women.
NRD Raleigh Goes Above and Beyond for SAAPM   (25 April 2017)
In observation of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM), Sailors at Navy Recruiting District (NRD) Raleigh went above and beyond in their efforts to spread awareness of sexual assault.
Blue Angels Give Students a Lesson on Greatness  (16 May 2017)
The Blue Angels airshow is something you have to see to believe.

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