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History of the Navy Reserve

Around The Fleet

Since its establishment on March 3, 1915, millions of individuals across the country have answered the call and chosen to serve in the U.S. Navy Reserve.

The Flag Maker

Focus on Service

The workbench overflows with materials from glue to twisted nails, the floor is draped with shaved wood, dust and scraps, and no surface is empty. Torched until its lines deepen in color, the burned wood sends its smell wafting through the humid, Louisiana air.

No Ordinary Day

Around The Fleet

There are speeches to write, naval correspondence on your desk to be edited and travel plans to be scheduled. Days are a balancing act between meticulously scheduled events and last-minute changes, but no day is ever the same as the one before.

Trailblazer in the Sky

Diversity

A fitting tribute to the trailblazing pilot who became one of the first women to fly naval aircraft: Navy Capt. Rosemary Mariner, who died Jan. 24.

FY20 Reserve E-8 and E-9 Selection Board Convenes - Quotas Released

Advancements and Promotions

The fiscal year 2020 Full Time Support (FTS) and Selected Reserve (SELRES) senior and master chief petty officer selection boards convened March 4 in Millington, Tennessee.

No Ordinary Day

Around The Fleet

Flag writers are Navy yeoman selected to work for flag officers and high-level diplomats to provide office management, correspondence, protocol and other administrative support.

Healing From Invisible Wounds

Focus on Service

Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Richard Vaughn has an aura that disarms people and puts them at ease. Vaughn will genuinely care for and love anyone, no matter whom he meets. But although he has a heart bigger than life itself, he also has a past he can't escape.

I Will Defend: The Michael Monsoor Story

Focus on Service

USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001), a Zumwalt-class destroyer, is set to be commissioned in California in honor of Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) Michael Monsoor.

Sailors with Forward Deployed Naval Forces share why they chose to make Japan home again and again.

Around The Fleet

Sailors with Forward Deployed Naval Forces share why they chose to make Japan home again and again.

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