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Li-Fi Technology in the U.S. Navy

Around The Fleet

Li-Fi is a light-based communication technology that uses light instead of radio waves to deliver data. It is a high-speed network communication protocol that is similar to Wi-Fi, but is capable of speeds up to 10 times faster.

The Phoenix

Focus on Service

It's a warm, sunny, cloudless day in San Diego, typical of the area for July. Jordan Lo sits in his mother's small sedan, parked in front of Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport, pausing in the silence and looking out at the dozens of small training aircraft parked on the runway.

Navy Corpsman: Carrying the Legacy

Training and Education

Navy hospital corpsmen attend 14-week “A” school at the Medical Education and Training Campus in Joint Base San Antonio — Fort Sam Houston, Texas, where the curriculum has been revamped to more closely align it with the needs of the modern, expeditionary Navy and Marine Corps.

Taking a Punch

Focus on Service

Midshipman 4th Class Emma Brindley had never been punched in the face before.

USS Hudner

History and Heritage

Trailing oil, the Corsair plummeted toward the frozen peaks below, deep behind enemy lines in North Korea. The snow-covered slopes loomed closer and closer as the pilot dropped his bombs, hoping to avoid an explosion on impact.

Navy SEAL History: Part 2

Around The Fleet

Navy SEAL History: Part 2

The Toughest Man Alive

Talking with Sailors

David Goggins' military background reads like a case of bad “stolen valor.” The retired Navy SEAL chief is believed to be the only member of the armed forces to have completed the BUD/s, U.S. Army Ranger School and Air Force tactical air controller training.

Shaping A New Surface Navy

Training and Education

“Hard right rudder,” a young surface warfare officer (SWO) nervously commanded the helmsman, working to avoid the massive, monolithic oil tanker picked up on the radar only moments before.

Culture is Family

Diversity

The grassy hill surrounding the arena is packed full of spectators and family members. The emcee calls out a dancer's name; there's movement in the crowd. The competitor makes it into the arena, throws out his hoops for his sequence. Upon the dancer's cue, the drum starts singing.

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