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201006-N-BB269-1004 WASHINGTON (Oct. 6, 2020) A digital illustration created for the 245th U.S. Navy Birthday video. The graphic features a guided-missile destroyer representing USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) waving a battle ensign breaking through a silhouette of USS Constitution formed by clouds. (U.S. Navy graphic by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Raymond D. Diaz III/Released)
201006-N-BB269-1003 WASHINGTON (Oct. 6, 2020) A digital illustration created for the 245th U.S. Navy Birthday. The graphic features a guided-missile destroyer representing USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) waving a battle ensign breaking through a silhouette of USS Constitution formed by clouds. (U.S. Navy graphic by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Raymond D. Diaz III/Released)
200817-N-BB269-1001 - A video slate for CNO Gilday's Year One Review video.
200915-N-BB269-1001 - A video slate for CNO Gilday's video message on the 70th Anniversary of the Incheon landing.
200730-N-BB269-1001 - A video slate for CNO Gilday's video for USS Indianapolis remembrance.
200923-N-BB269-1001 - Video slate for CNO Adm. Mike Gilday's video message on Hispanic Heritage month.
US Navy Graphic by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Janine Jones
NORFOLK (Sept. 11, 2020) On Oct. 12, 2000, 17 USS Cole Sailors were killed and 37 injured while the ship refueled in Yemen. The official logo for 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Cole (DDG 67) was designed by Fire Controlman (Aegis) 2nd Class Emilio McPherson, an active duty Sailor currently assigned to USS Cole. The design incorporates 17 stars which represents each Sailor who gave their life during the attack. Three stars are enlarged, signifying the three grenade attacks made by the ship's namesake, Sgt. Darrell S. Cole, USMC, at the battle of Iwo Jima and the ship sails left-to-right, showing her always headed into the future. The design is dedicated to all USS Cole Sailors, past and present, forever bound together by a history of heroism, personal sacrifice, and the fighting spirit of the U.S. Navy. (U.S. Navy illustration by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Chelsea Palmer)
Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Michael M. Gilday
Forklifts are used daily to perform essential cargo movement onboard ships, from pier side operations to underway replenishments. Forklifts provide efficient cargo movement that would not be safe or possible using only working parties and human lift. Maintaining appropriate human risk controls to operate these machines is essential to prevent injury and avoid damaging critical shipboard systems and supplies.
The Department of the Navy will begin using Risk Management Information (RMI) Streamlined Incident Reporting (SIR) to report mishap reports, hazard reports and near misses on Aug. 31. Naval Safety Center (NAVSAFECEN) serves as the functional RMI sponsor. RMI SIR provides a single, easy to use point of data entry for Navy and Marine Corps safety professionals. It will also provide relevant information and safety data to identify risk and inform risk-based decisions. (U.S. Navy graphic by Catalina Magee/RELEASED)
Navy Family Ombudsman 50th Anniversary logo
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