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USS Constitution to Host Facebook Live July 4 Celebration, Fire 21 Gun Salute  (3 July 2020)
To safely celebrate Independence Day during the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, USS Constitution is scheduled to host a series of presentations on July 4, using Facebook Live.
USS Sterett's Road To 7th Fleet: Maintenance, Training Set Destroyer Up for Success  (3 July 2020)
Two years of training and maintenance prepared the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Sterett (DDG 104) to deploy with Nimitz Carrier Strike Group in support of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts.
USS Fitzgerald Arrives at San Diego Homeport  (2 July 2020)
The guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) arrived at its homeport in San Diego, July 02, following more than two years of restoration and modernization after the warship was damaged during a collision in 2017.

Throughout the restoration period, the U.S. Navy made it ...
SUBFOR Announces 2019 Junior Officers of the Year  (2 July 2020)
Commander, Submarine Forces announced the winners of the 2019 Junior Officer of the Year (JOOY) competition and held a video teleconference with the group, July 2.
NIWC Atlantic Leverages 3D Printing Capabilities to Create PPE  (2 July 2020)
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the globe, Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic shifted into high gear to support relief efforts.
Trans-Atlantic Leaders Gather for Fourth Battle of the Atlantic Tabletop Exercise  (2 July 2020)
Joint Force Command Norfolk (JFCNF), the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) newest operational level warfighting headquarters, in partnership with U.S. 2nd Fleet, held the Fourth Battle of the Atlantic tabletop exercise (TTX) virtually for leaders from multinational commands ...
Leave and Liberty now Exempt from COVID Travel Restrictions  (2 July 2020)
Effective immediately, leave and liberty outside the local area of your command is exempt from ongoing COVID-19 travel restrictions. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper approved the leave exemption for all military on June 29. The Navy's rules for implementation came in NAVADMIN 189/20 on July 2.
VP-16 Welcomes U.S. Ambassador to Iceland  (2 July 2020)
The U.S. Ambassador to Iceland, Jeffrey Ross Gunter, joined Patrol Squadron (VP) 16 onboard Naval Air Station Keflavik, Iceland, to discuss the role of the squadron in northern European theater, June 23, 2020.

Gunter reiterated his adamant support of the squadron's mission ...
USS McCampbell Returns to U.S. for Modernization  (2 July 2020)
The guided-missile destroyer USS McCampbell (DDG 85) departed Yokosuka, Japan, July 2, for Portland, Oregon, to complete a scheduled a 17-month Depot Modernization Period (DMP).
VAW-124 Aviators Teaming with U.S. Coast Guard to Safeguard Mariners   (2 July 2020)
VAW-124 Aviators Teaming with U.S. Coast Guard to Safeguard Mariners
Navy Teams with San Diego for Modern NAVWAR Facilities   (2 July 2020)
To keep NAVWAR ready to meet its critical, high-tech, cybersecurity mission, the Navy is working to create a state-of-the-art facility in support the command's diverse, high-priority mission and rapidly growing requirements.
First Virtual Small Business and Industry Outreach Initiative a Success  (2 July 2020)
Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic recently participated in the Charleston Defense Contractors Association's (CDCA) first Virtual Small Business and Industry Outreach Initiative (SBIOI) Symposium, which was attended by more than 350 members from the defense sector.
Oklahoma Native selected as Future Virginia-Class Submarine Sponsor   (1 July 2020)
The Secretary of the Navy Kenneth J. Braithwaite announced Ms. Mary "Molly" Slavonic as the sponsor for the next Virginia-class Nuclear Fast Attack Submarine USS Oklahoma (SSN 802).
Sailor Saves Lives on Land  (1 July 2020)
"Ship, Shipmate, Self." This is a well-known phrase used throughout the Navy. It teaches Sailors in times of casualty or emergency that you use all the training provided to you, to save your ship. Once you have prevented further damage to your ship you focus on your shipmates, ...
Mount Whitney Returns to Gaeta After Successful BALTOPS 2020  (1 July 2020)
The Blue Ridge-class command and control ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) returned to its forward-deployed location of Gaeta, Italy, July 1, following a six-week underway period in support of exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2020 in the Baltic Sea.

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