Recent News Stories
Future USS Cincinnati Completes Acceptance Trials  (13 February 2019)
Future littoral combat ship USS Cincinnati (LCS 20) successfully concluded acceptance trials in the Gulf of Mexico, Feb. 8, following a series of in-port and underway demonstrations for the Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey.
Notre Dame NROTC Hosts 24th Annual Naval Leadership Weekend  (13 February 2019)
The University of Notre Dame Naval ROTC hosted its 24th annual Naval Leadership Weekend (NDLW) seminar in the DeBartolo Preforming Arts Center on campus to promote the development of both their own and visiting midshipmen, Feb. 8-9.
SPAWAR Systems Center Names Change to Naval Information Warfare Centers  (13 February 2019)
SPAWAR announced it will change the names of its Echelon III systems centers, SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic and SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific to Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic and Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific, respectively.
University Students Update Carderock on NEEC Project  (13 February 2019)
University of Tennessee students and professors presented their updated research on composite parts fabricated through polymer additive manufacturing as part of a Naval Engineering Education Consortium project they have been working on with NSWC, Carderock Division, Jan. 22.
Guam Navy Commands Garner Personal Excellence Partnership Awards, Honorable Mention  (13 February 2019)
Given the opportunity to enrich and uplift the island's youth, the Navy Community Service Program recognized the volunteers of three Guam-based Navy commands for their superb outreach efforts in the local community.
USS Porter Departs Plymouth, England  (13 February 2019)
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) departed Feb. 11 Plymouth, England following a port visit.
Department of the Navy Announces New Education Initiatives  (12 February 2019)
The Department of the Navy (DoN) released its Education for Seapower report Feb. 12, along with the Secretary of the Navy's action memorandum providing the way forward for the new education initiatives for the department.
Final Resting Place of USS Hornet CV-8 Located in South Pacific  (12 February 2019)
Wreckage of the World War II aircraft carrier USS Hornet rests on the floor of the South Pacific Ocean around the Solomon Islands, 5,400 meters (nearly 17,500 feet) below the surface as discovered last month by the expedition crew of Paul G. Allen's Research Vessel (R/V) Petrel.
NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor Receives NDTA Military Unit Award  (12 February 2019)
Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics (NAVSUP FLC) Pearl Harbor won the Navy's active-duty category for the 2017 National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) Military Unit of the Year Award.
Navigating the Amazon: Ensuring Safe Passage to Deliver Medical Care  (12 February 2019)
On Feb. 4, Brazilian navy Oswaldo Cruz-class hospital ship NAsH Carlos Chagas (U-19) departed Manaus, Brazil, with four U.S. Navy physicians embarked with Brazilian navy counterparts to work and deliver medical care to a series of small villages on the coastline of the Amazon River for one month.
USS John C. Stennis Arrives in Thailand for Port Visit  (11 February 2019)
The aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) arrived in Laem Chabang, Feb. 10, for a brief port call that highlights the strong community and military connections between Thailand and the United States.
USS Green Bay Sailors, Marines Visit Thai Schools, Share Cultures  (11 February 2019)
Service members assigned to forward-deployed amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20) participated in two cultural exchange projects in Chonburi, Thailand, Feb. 8-9.
ABECSG Participates in Strait Transit Exercise  (11 February 2019)
The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) participated in a simulated strait transit off the eastern coast of the United States, Feb. 7.
SSC Atlantic Cyber Education Team Receives DoN and DoD Acquisition Innovation Awards  (11 February 2019)
A Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic team received a Department of Defense (DoD) Acquisition Workforce Development Innovation Award Feb. 5 at the Pentagon for their work on a cyber education resource.
NATO Trains to Keep Sea Lanes Clear  (11 February 2019)
Strategic sea lanes byways allow trade, travel and the movement of resources. NATO maintains two groups of mine countermeasures ships ready to respond to a crisis if needed. In order to maintain a high level of readiness, NATO conducts training exercises to keep Sailor's skills sharp.

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