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U.S. Naval Test Pilot School, Source of "World's Finest Developmental Test Pilots," Changes Command  (15 January 2020)
Lt. Col. Rory Feely became the 49th commander of the United States Naval Test Pilot School (USNTPS) following a change of command ceremony today. Feely took over from Cmdr. Glenn P. Rioux who served as the school's commanding officer since July 2018.
The Drive to Create the Next Generation of Environmental Prediction Systems  (13 January 2020)
Long-range mission planning is vital to Naval operations and often performed months in advance. Knowing the environment where ships, aircraft, Sailors and Marines will be operating is crucial information.
Filtering for Success: Diego Garcia's One Island, One Team, One Mission Approach to Water Treatment  (10 January 2020)
Straight from the tap: Seabees and contractors working together to keep the water safe to drink on Diego Garcia.
New Year's Onboard USS Harry S. Truman: Firsts of the Decade  (6 January 2020)
The aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) celebrated several firsts of the decade on New Year's Day while deployed in the Arabian Sea.
Three Navy Sisters Deploy in U.S. 5th Fleet  (30 December 2019)
This holiday season the Asdal family celebrated Christmas in the states without three of five siblings.
F-35 Rapid Response Team Takes Repairs on Road  (26 December 2019)
When issues arise with an F-35 Lightning II, a team of highly skilled aircraft maintenance professionals stands ready to get the jet back in the fight. Whether the aircraft requires in-service repair or battle damage needs mending, the F-35 Rapid Response Team is ready to pack up and go.
One Step Back, Two Steps Forward  (23 December 2019)
Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Handling) 1st Class Joseph Nicolas, USS Kearsarge Air Department's Flight Deck Leading Petty Officer, was presented with the Navy and Marine Corps Association Leadership Award for 2018 after overcoming personal and professional adversity.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific Recognized for Exceptional Performance  (10 December 2019)
Members of Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific received recognition and command coins from U.S. Special Operations Command Pacific Commander General Jonathan Braga during an October all hands held at its headquarters on Camp Smith, Hawaii.
Dasia Bandy: National Military Youth of the Year  (6 December 2019)
Champion. Courageous. Passionate. These are just a few words people use to describe Dasia Bandy, the 2019 National Military Youth of the Year winner, a first for Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY).
Norfolk Naval Shipyard Undocks USS Wyoming  (5 December 2019)
USS Wyoming (SSBN-742) successfully undocked at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) Nov. 6, a key milestone in the boat's Engineered Refueling Overhaul ERO.
Born from Lessons of WWII, Naval War College International Program Connects World's Navies One Class at a Time  (4 December 2019)
On a beautiful summer night, the international students of the U.S. Naval War College formed up to be presented to the college president.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard Completes MTS Conversion of USS La Jolla   (3 December 2019)
Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) successfully completed the conversion of USS La Jolla (SSN 701) into a Moored Training Ship Nov. 7.
Students Learn the Ropes During Job Shadow Event at FRCE  (27 November 2019)
Students from Craven County's Early College EAST (Eastern Applied Sciences and Technology) learned the answers to these questions and got an insider's view of the work done every day at FRCE during a job shadow event Nov. 5. Twenty-one students from the school shadowed FRCE employees.
NAVSEA Welcomes the Next Generation of Leaders  (22 November 2019)
Two developing leaders from Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) and the Naval Foundry and Propeller Center (NFPC) were honored with their selection into the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Next Generation (NextGen) Leadership Program.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard Launches Stop the Bleed Training  (21 November 2019)
With Shane Byrne and his team, as well as the support of emergency response in the area and the Central Virginia Coalition, NNSY is taking the steps to bring Stop the Bleed training to America's Shipyard.

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