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WASHINGTON (Sept. 11, 2021) A graphic commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks against America and the three ships commissioned in honor of those who lost their lives, the first responders who rendered aid in the immediate aftermath, and those who fought to defend freedom following the attacks. (U.S. Navy graphic by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kyle Moore)
Graphic depicting updates from U.S. military support to earthquake relief efforts in Haiti. Text: At the request of the government of Haiti and in support of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, Joint Task Force-Haiti is conducting foreign disaster assistance operations to aid victims of a devastating earthquake in Haiti’s Southern Claw as part of a whole-of-government effort. 19 helicopters, 6 ships and 8 transport aircraft. 486 total missions (DoD and U.S. Coast Guard). 265,000 pounds transported. 473 people assisted or rescued. Numbers reflect operations from Aug. 15 - 27, 2021. (Graphic produced by SOUTHCOM Public Affairs)
NORFOLK (Aug. 10, 2021) A graphic depicting U.S. Navy Reserve Vaccine reporting requirements. (U.S. Navy graphic by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Craig Z. Rodarte)
WASHINGTON (July 31, 2021) Graphic illustrating the future Virginia-class fast attack submarine, USS Hyman G. Rickover (SSN 795). (U.S. Navy)
MONTEREY, Calif. (June 10, 2021) Using the on-campus Xerox ElemX Liquid Metal Printer (LMP), a team of eight faculty and one student from Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif. took on the HACKtheMACHINE (HtM) challenge to design and fabricate a shipboard light fixture able to withstand rigorous shocks and vibrations of a Navy ship. The team earned the competition's Design Inspiration Award, an honorary award for teams using a unique and practical approach to meeting a challenge. (U.S. Navy graphic by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Lenny Weston)
WASHINGTON (May 28, 2021) A U.S. Navy graphic illustrating the fiscal year 2022 Department of the Navy research and development budget. (U.S. Navy Graphic)
WASHINGTON (May 28, 2021) A U.S. Navy graphic illustrating the fiscal year 2022 Department of the Navy procurement budget. (U.S. Navy Graphic)
WASHINGTON (May 28, 2021) A U.S. Navy graphic illustrating the fiscal year 2022 Department of the Navy personnel budget. (U.S. Navy Graphic)
WASHINGTON (May 28, 2021) A U.S. Navy graphic illustrating the fiscal year 2022 Department of the Navy operation and maintenance budget. (U.S. Navy Graphic)
WASHINGTON (May 28, 2021) A U.S. Navy graphic illustrating the fiscal year 2022 Department of the Navy infrastructure budget. (U.S. Navy Graphic)
WASHINGTON (May 28, 2021) A U.S. Navy graphic illustrating the overall fiscal year 2022 Department of the Navy budget. (U.S. Navy Graphic)
SIBIU, Romania (May 22, 2021) Exercise Steadfast Defender 2021 is the first in a new series of long-planned NATO exercises to ensure that our forces are trained, able to operate together and ready to respond to any threat from any direction. This exercise will demonstrate the value of North America and Europe working together to keep our nations safe in a more challenging security environment. With participation from 20 Allies from North America and Europe, Steadfast Defender 2021 will help improve the interoperability of Allied forces and practice military mobility throughout Europe. The exercise will be the first large test of NATO’s adapted Command Structure. It will involve the two new commands, one focused on logistics, Joint Support and Enabling Command (JSEC), based in Ulm, Germany, and the other focused on the Atlantic, Joint Force Command Norfolk (JFCNF), based in Norfolk, Virginia, in the U.S. (U.S. navy graphic)
 

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