Recent News Stories
Navy Mandates Face Covering: What You Need to Know  (6 April 2020)
The Navy will now require the use of cloth face coverings for all military, Navy civilian and contractors as well as family members while on DoD property, installations and facilities when maintaining proper social distancing between people isn't possible.
7th Fleet Commander Arrives in Guam during COVID-19 Recovery  (5 April 2020)
The Commander of U.S. 7th Fleet visited USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) leadership in port at Naval Base Guam while the aircraft carrier undergoes its COVID-19 recovery efforts April 5.
Attack Submarine USS Delaware Joins Fleet   (4 April 2020)
The Navy commissioned USS Delaware (SSN 791), the 18th Virginia-class attack submarine, April 4.
Navy Deploys Expeditionary Medical Facility Personnel to Support Federal COVID-19 Response  (3 April 2020)
U.S. Navy medical personnel assigned to Expeditionary Medical Facility-M (EMF-M) have deployed as part of a U.S. Northern Command-led COVID-19 response to support civil health authorities in existing facilities in New Orleans and Dallas.
Application Period Opens for Fleet Seminar Program  (3 April 2020)
The U.S. Naval War College will begin accepting applications April 1 for new and returning students in the Fleet Seminar Program for the academic year beginning in September 2020.
NAS Jacksonville, NAS Key West Earn "Blue E" for Supply Excellence   (3 April 2020)
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Jacksonville is proud to announce that NAS Jacksonville and NAS Key West have been awarded the 2019 Commander Naval Air Forces Ashore Supply Excellence Award (Blue "E").
Team at Naval Personnel Command Works 24/7 to Help Sailors, Families With PCS Questions  (3 April 2020)
Since the Navy's first announcement in mid-March to stop movement due to the COVID-19 global health pandemic, Navy Personnel Command's Career Management Department have stood up a 24/7 duty to contact those impacted.
Results of Special, General Courts-Martial, Feb 2020  (3 April 2020)
The following reports the results of every Special and General Court-Martial convened within the United States Navy in February 2020. The cases are separated by the Navy Region in which they were tried.
Navy Initiates Temporary Changes for ID Card Offices  (3 April 2020)
All Navy ID card offices are now issuing and reissuing common access cards by appointment only. If you cannot make an appointment, walk-ins will be accepted for CAC PIN resets only.
Statement From SECNAV on Relief of CO Aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)  (2 April 2020)
Statement from the Acting Secretary of the Navy, Thomas B. Modly, regarding the relief of the Commanding Officer of the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Navy, Marine Corps Partner With Industry, FEMA to 3-D Print Face Shields  (2 April 2020)
Nine Department of Navy (DON) commands began 3-D printing medical face shields March 28 at the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region VIII as part of the effort to combat the Coronavirus outbreak.
Navy COVID-19 Efforts Link to Joint Acquisition Task Force   (2 April 2020)
Military and civilian personnel of the research, development and acquisition community received guidance Tuesday from the Navy's acquisition chief to support the Department of Navy's (DON) ongoing fight against COVID-19.
Hospital Ships Arrive Safely With Help From Meteorologists, Oceanographers  (2 April 2020)
While USNS Mercy and USNS Comfort prepare to receive patients, Naval Oceanography's team of meteorologists and oceanographers ensured these ships were safe from hazardous weather as they traveled to their destinations.
Before COVID-19, U.S. Naval War College War Game Examined Epidemic Response  (2 April 2020)
In September 2019, months before COVID-19 became a household term, the U.S. Naval War College co-sponsored a "war" game that looked at how to battle to a rapidly spreading infectious disease in a major urban area.
NAVFAC Pacific Awards Contract for Work at Marine Corps Base Hawaii  (2 April 2020)
Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific awarded a $118 million firm-fixed price contract to Nan Inc. of Honolulu, Hawaii March 31 for the construction of a bachelor enlisted quarters (BEQ) at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

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