Navy Recruiting District Nashville Story Archive

NRD Nashville reaches out to nation's educational leaders  (13 March 2014)
Sailors from Navy Recruiting District Nashville promoted the benefits of military service to school district employees and superintendents from across the country during the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) National Conference on Education.
NRD Nashville Recruiters participate in JROTC Drill Competition  (13 March 2014)
A few feet from the heart of downtown Nashville, shoes shuffled into lines outside Bridgestone Arena. But the shoes did not belong to fans waiting to see the Nashville Predators game later that night. No one wore hockey jerseys in this crowd.
NRD Nashville Participates in National Society of Black Engineers Convention  (3 April 2014)
In a vast room filled with exhibits for Fortune 500 companies like General Electric, Dow Chemical and Google, a steady stream of young students and qualified engineers filed under a tent marked with five simple words: A global force for good.
NRD Nashville Works With Local Habitat For Humanity  (27 April 2014)
Most people don't wear a hard hat to paint a wall. But he proudly did with an anchor on front. If his combat boots and camouflage pants didn't give it away, then his shirt, which celebrated a deployment of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 74, certainly did.
NRD Nashville Conducts Change of Command  (11 July 2014)
Sailors and guests met just beyond the banks of the Cumberland River at LP Field to witness the change of command for Navy Recruiting District (NRD) Nashville July 11.
Crossing Paths: Blue Angels and Navy Recruiters  (22 July 2014)
They call it the Opposing Knife Edge. For the U.S. Navy's flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels, it is one of more than 30 tricks they regularly perform during their shows at air fields across the country.
Rear Admiral Surprises Two Sailors Named Smith  (11 August 2014)
When Rear Adm. Annie Andrews, commander, Navy Recruiting Command, finished thanking the young Sailor in the corner of the conference room for his brief, she ended her sentence with two unexpected words: Chief Select.
NRD Nashville Sailors Bring Smiles and Gifts to Local Children  (25 December 2014)
When people think of the Toys for Tots Program in the holiday season, most remember smiling children and dress uniforms of the U.S. Marine Corps. However this year, local residents of Murfreesboro, Tenn., may have a different uniform in their mind - Navy crackerjacks.
Race Night With Navy Recruiters  (29 April 2015)
For the better part of two decades, Rebecca Murray has faithfully travelled to the Bristol Motor Speedway for their bi-annual races to see the festivities, the cars, the crashes, and more often than not, Navy Sailors.
The Reward Of Navy Recruiting  (1 June 2015)
They had six particular motivations and six diverse stories. But they all left with the shared opportunity to achieve something better. Every time, this result brings a smile to Operations Specialist 2nd Class Christian De Knikker.
STEM Students Dream Big with Naval Aviation  (15 October 2015)
Some want to be engineers. Others simply want to learn more. And at least one student wants to be an astronaut.
Corpsman to Doctor: One Man's Journey from Enlisted to Officer  (13 January 2016)
It started with a television commercial in 1999 that had a simple slogan: "Let the journey begin." Paul Hannam, then 17 years old, was working at McDonald's.
Connecting the Circuit: Navy STEM Meets the STEM Scouts  (19 April 2016)
As the young boy connected the electrical circuits to form a new device of resistors and switches, he let out an incredible and unprovoked declaration.
Navy Recruiting District Nashville Holds Change of Command  (26 May 2016)
Navy Recruiting District (NRD) Nashville held a change of command ceremony at Lipscomb University, May 26.
More Than Navy Recruiters: Forging A Team, Impacting A Community  (15 August 2016)
A firefighter, a bomb builder, and a man who studies dots walk into an office just outside of Nashville to do a very different job - put people in the Navy.

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