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Recruit Training Command Facilities Utilize Teamwork to Get the Job Done  (29 June 2018)
Taking pride in details few others notice is all in a day's work for Chief Machinist's Mate Tony Rivera and Chief Culinary Specialist Romonn Calhoun.
Legal Department Serves Recruit Training Command Recruits, Staff  (29 June 2018)
Spend just a few minutes talking with Legalman 2nd Class Antonio Dominguez and two things quickly become clear.
Over Five Decades of US Naval Service Draws to a Close  (28 June 2018)
Not many people can say they served their nation for more than five decades; however, for a civilian assigned to Training Support Center Hampton Roads (TSCHR), he can.
7th Fleet Staff Walk in the Sands of Iwo Jima  (26 June 2018)
In a limited four-hour tour, Sailors and Marines visited the historic island of Iwo To, Japan, formerly known as Iwo Jima, exploring caves, walking the famous black sand beaches and climbing Mount Suribachi.
Summer Medical Preparatory Program Teaches Students About Medicine at Naval Hospital Pensacola  (26 June 2018)
From June 18 to 22, 13 high school students from four local high schools participated in Naval Hospital Pensacola's(NHP) Summer Medical Preparatory Program (SMP2).
Rota Corpsman Improves Department, Wins International Medical Award  (25 June 2018)
Although surgeons, nurses and anesthesiologists are often the more visible providers of safe surgical care, sterile processing technicians also perform critical functions in infection control and the delivery of excellent patient care.
Dual Military Couple Shares the Stage in NPC Bodybuilding Competition  (25 June 2018)
A dual-military couple assigned to commands aboard Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) in Gulfport, Mississippi, participated in the National Physique Committee (NPC) 2018 Battle on the Gulf Coast bodybuilding competition, June 16, in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Navy Professor's Family History Parallels US Founding Father's Vision on Education   (21 June 2018)
Who knew that former President John Adams could see so far into the 21st century?
Can't Drag Me Down   (20 June 2018)
When somebody wanted to escape from the normal, day-to-day routine in England during the 17th century, they would often go see a Shakespearian play. However, women at the time had no personal freedom or social status outside of their association with their husbands or fathers.
Ronald Reagan Holds Eid Al-Fitr Celebration Underway  (18 June 2018)
Diversity is a key component in today's Navy, whether it is of race, religion or sexual preference. The fleet is comprised of Sailors from all walks of life, customs, traditions, and even different cultures and nationalities.
From UFC to 'Out to Sea'  (15 June 2018)
One thing about the Navy is that every Sailor has a different background. Some come from the city and some from the farm. Some joined right out of high school, while others have been to college.
Feeling the Heat  (15 June 2018)
The 1MC rings loudly - general quarters, general quarters. It's just another drill. Then, everything goes black.
IWTC Virginia Beach Learning Site Jacksonville Sailor Trains IW, FDNF Sailors  (14 June 2018)
Cryptologic Technician (Technical) 1st Class Tori M. Barnhart, a native of Rochester, Indiana, currently serves as an instructor at Information Warfare Training Command Virginia Beach, Learning Site Jacksonville, Florida.
Cooking For His Shipmates, Bettering Himself  (14 June 2018)
The U.S. Navy has culinary specialists on all of its vessels to feed the crew a healthy balanced diet. On Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG 62), Culinary Specialist Seaman Apprentice Marcus Wallace can often be found mixing spices or flipping burgers on the grill.
GW Sailors Reflect on Father's Day   (13 June 2018)
A father plays many different roles in their children's lives. Fathers can be teachers, mentors, role models, and for some, even best friends. The impact a father makes on their children is something that one Sailor says is irreplaceable.

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