Reducing Administrative Distractions
RAD program works on Sailors' ideas to eliminate distractions
NWU Changes Announced
5 things you need to know about the NWU updates
Lost in Simulation
Sailors use state of the art simulator to qualify for LCS watches
Training for PCU America Sailors Heats Up
Sailors Learn Essential Security Skills
Ship's Serviceman Seaman Charles Allen patiently waits his turn in line. He has been dreading this moment for the better part of a week. The yells of his fellow classmates echo off the walls inside the vastly empty warehouse located in southern California. He tries to believe that "it" will not be that bad, but deep down, he knows it will.
African American Firsts
Paying Homage to Black History
The Navy joins our nation in celebrating the vibrant history and culture of African American and black Sailors during African American/Black History Month throughout the month of February.
Got a Question? Call NAVY 311.
Your Navy. Your Needs.
It was midnight in the Indian Ocean with a storm bearing down; poor timing to lose access to the carrier's Intelink website. An information systems technician 3rd class petty officer (IT3) called NAVY 311 to find an expert who could quickly troubleshoot the problem.
CSCS(SS) Derrick Davenport
Find out how CSCS(SS) Derrick Davenport feels about being an enlisted aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
The Way Ahead
Navy Senior Enlisted Talk Top Issues
The Navy's top enlisted Sailors held an enlisted leadership roundtable at the 26th Annual Surface Navy Association (SNA) Symposium in Arlington, Va., Jan. 14.
Five Things You Need to Know: Tax Season
Follow These Tips to Help Successfully Navigate Tax Season
Tax time can be a stressful and confusing time. With credits, deductions, itemizing, returns and a federal tax code spanning more than 70 thousand pages, it can be a daunting task for any Sailor to navigate. Follow these helpful hints to ensure your tax season goes smoothly.
Making the Connection
Warrior Canine Connection Pairs Support Dogs and Wounded Service Members
With a new generation of warriors returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, the military is investing many resources into medical research to care for wounded warriors.
Pop Some Tags
NMCRS Thrift Shops Help Sailors in Need
Life is full of uncertainties, especially for those who choose to serve their country in the Navy and Marine Corps. Some of these uncertainties can place unnecessary burdens on Sailors and Marines.
Finding Tomorrow's Sailors
The Benefits of Recruiting Duty
FC2(SW/AW) Brian Whitaker saw recruiting duty as a chance to be close to home. With a three-year-old daughter and coming off four-and-a-half years of sea duty aboard USS George Washington (CVN 73), he wanted a chance to spend some time focused on his family.
2014 CPO 365 Guidance Released
What's new for 2014
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Mike Stevens released Jan. 6 the 2013-2014 CPO 365 guidance in a message to the Chiefs Mess.
DOD Adjusts Imminent Danger Pay Areas
What You Need to Know
A Means of Balance
Standing Tall Again
Chief Yeoman Javier Rodriguez Santiago was injured in a motorcycle accident in January 2011. After the accident, he underwent multiple surgeries and was confined to a wheelchair.
Peter the Painter
A Sailor Gives TR a Splash of Color
In the ship's foc'sle stands a portrait of a brawny Sailor, with his cover cocked to the side and a pipe in his mouth. He controls the helm as fierce emerald waves crash behind him. Despite the chaotic scene, the mighty Popeye stands strong and proud over Deck department's space.