As one of the newer rates in the Navy, RPs make it their mission to serve others, whether it is during community relations projects, setting up services for different religions, or supporting chaplains. Although it may seem like a slow-paced job, it's quite the opposite.
Over-crowded conditions and limited equipment have been a common complaint among patrons at the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Fitness Center. To resolve the issues, renovations to the fitness center began Feb. 2 and are scheduled to last until fall of this year.
Since 2012, the Navy has designated March as Navy Nutrition Month in conjunction with the 21st Century Sailor and Marine Initiative. This month is a time to reflect on refocusing efforts to increase awareness about food nutrition, healthy eating habits and considering better food options.
The Kings Bay Fire Department was awarded Fire Department of the Year (small category) in the southeast region Feb. 15, and will continue on to compete for the Navy Fire and Emergency Service Annual Awards.
The Kings Bay NMCRS began its annual Active Duty Fund Drive Feb. 27 with a "Dodge for the Drive" dodgeball tournament. The tournament is just one of many scheduled events to take place as a way to raise money for the drive.
As a quick fix, some people turn to fad diets or a miracle pill, but is it really the smart way to go about losing weight? As part of Navy Nutrition Month, it is pertinent that service members attain the correct information about their nutrition and health lifestyle.
Sonar technicians play a large part in the Navy. While there is much information about surface sonar technicians, submarine sonar technicians (STS) must be more discreet in the information they release.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, the death toll is still uncertain. As of Oct. 11, the storm claimed more than 1,000 lives between the Caribbean islands and the United States, with still more people unaccounted for.