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SiriusXM Sends Your Message Home for the HolidaysJoint Hometown News Service partnered with SiriusXM radio to allow service members anywhere in the world to send Holiday Greetings to their loved ones. Military folks can call Toll-free: 888-776-2790 or DSN: 312-733-4660 and leave a message with their rank, full name, hometown, where you're stationed, and a quick greeting. The greetings will be aired on the Holiday Traditions channel now through January.
United Services Military Apprenticeship Program UpdatedUSMAP announced website updates, including rearranged information, enabled login without a CAC card, removed trades already completed by the user, included coordinator information and promotional materials, and improved local command resources by providing the contact information of the command coordinator to new users. For more information, visit https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil.
2014 Naval Leader Planning Guide releasedThe Center for Personal and Professional Development has released the 2014 edition of the Naval Leader Planning Guide (NLPG). Commands can download the PDF from Navy Knowledge Online under the Leadership tab and are authorized to print it locally
Military Adoption Need to KnowAnyone interested in adoption should know it is a lengthy process. The Navy offers 21 days of non-chargeable leave for Sailors who are adopting. There are also tax credits available to help subsidize legal costs. For more information refer to OPNAVINST 1754.4 or contact your local Fleet and Family Support Center
Tailored Career Guidance Resource is Free for Sailors' LifetimeSailors planning ahead for an eventual transition from naval service, are encouraged to take advantage of the Kuder Journey career guidance system; a pilot program available through the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) that ends enrollments Dec. 31. Sailors should: Visit www.dantes.kuder.com;Watch the User Registration and Overview Tutorials; register as a new user.
Suicide PreventionThis holiday season please be mindful of your shipmates; simply asking your comrades how they are doing can make a difference. If something doesn't seem right don't be afraid to ACT. A - Ask if everything is ok C - Care enough to say something to the appropriate people if there is a problem T - Treat the problem
SAPR SurveyThis survey will be available until Jan. 6 2014. Results of this survey will provide insight into the frequency of sexual assaults involving Marines and Sailors, the circumstances surrounding those assaults, and factors affecting their reporting - critical to inform our SAPR program progress, future policy, training, messaging and awareness. www.donsapro.navy.mil/donsas.html.
Sexual Health and Responsibility Program Public Health Center Hosts World AIDS Day WebinarFree posters, fact sheets, a clinical-sex-health-screening-guide, a ready-to-use-briefing, guidelines and a film entitled "HIV and Me" are available from the webpage and SHARP toolbox DVD for use in HIV prevention efforts.
Confidential Chaplain Support Over The HolidaysWith so much outside of our control, it's easy to feel overwhelmed, especially over the holidays. Confidential chaplain support is available 24/7 through your command chaplain and 1-855-NAVY-311. Whatever your faith tradition, may you be filled with the spirit of hope of this season and throughout the New Year.
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- December Mid-Term Counseling
This Day in Naval History - Dec 11 History RSS
Story Number: NNS011210-17 Release Date: 12/10/2001 17:39:00
FIND ANOTHER DAY IN HISTORY:
- 1941 - A contract establishes the Naval Salvage Service.
1941 - The Wake Island Garrison, under the command of Cmdr. Winfield Cunningham, turns away a Japanese invasion force.
1954 - The first supercarrier, USS Forrestal (CVA-59), launched at Newport News, Va., weighing more than 59,630 tons.