The new millennium brought new technology to the All Hands staff, and digital photography and digital publication added to available tools for making the magazine. Digital artwork and high-resolution photography became the new standard. The 1998 logo stayed, but competition for the front-page photograph pushed staff photographers to produce award-winning photos. In 2011, the Navy decided to cease print publication of All Hands magazine in favor of publishing content on the pages of the Navy website. The final print issue in October 2011 was the annual “Any Day in the Navy” issue. More than 15 months after the last print run, All Hands magazine online debuted in February 2013. A dedicated staff continues to produce stories, photographs, and graphics in the tradition of All Hands, but thanks to the all-digital format, All Hands Magazine Online now offers the reader full multi-media content.