USS George Washington (CVN 73) Story Archive

Aviation Ordnanceman: Moving More Than Ordnance  (25 July 2019)
Aviation Ordnanceman during RCOH.
Aviation Ordnanceman: Moving More Than Ordnance  (11 September 2019)
While out to sea, aviation ordnancemen can commonly be found in the hangar bay or the flight deck moving and loading ammunition. During refueling complex overhaul (RCOH) aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) however, a different task is presented to them. ...
Third Time's A Charm: GW's Flag Football Team on the Hunt for 3rd Consecutive Championship Trophy  (11 September 2019)
There was about a minute left on the game clock for the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) (GW) flag football team. Team GW, though holding a lead, had their backs to the wall (and the end zone) as the team from the Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier USS Gerald ...
Brothers-in-Arms  (11 September 2019)
Hailing from Knoxville, Tennessee, the Chromczak brothers grew up about as close as brothers could be. Sharing friends, hobbies, and even the same job at times, the Chromczaks seemed destined to continue their close brotherly bond.
George Washington Hosts Safety Stand Down  (3 July 2019)
Sailors aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington hosted a safety stand down at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, June 25 to discuss and learn about the importance of summer safety.
Fun in the Sun: George Washington's 2019 Command Picnic  (3 July 2019)
Working hard to defend the nation and the liberties of its citizens, Navy Sailors build camaraderie each day in their mutual effort to complete the mission and protect American democracy.
CNP Releases Updates to Navy Tuition Assistance Policy  (3 July 2019)
The Navy recently announced changes to its Tuition Assistance (TA) program via NAVADMIN 114/19. This NAVADMIN may have a direct impact on Sailors serving aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73).
Water Safety: Everyone's Responsibility  (11 July 2019)
As the summer begins to heat up, more and more people will be jumping in the water to find relief from hot and humid days. While being in the water can be fun, it also presents dangers that Sailors and their families should know and guard against.
Why I Joined: For Love of Country  (11 July 2019)
As America's premier maritime fighting force, the United States Navy is tasked with defending freedom and democracy around the world. Some citizens of the United States have felt the call to serve their nation and now carry themselves as proud Sailors.
Master-at-Arms Stay the Course in RCOH  (11 July 2019)
Master-at-arms assigned to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) are in a unique situation while the ship undergoes refueling complex overhaul (RCOH) at Newport News Shipyard.
Safety in Exercise: Physical Readiness Program Updates Policy  (12 July 2019)
Naval Administrative Message 108/19 informs Sailors of the risk factors for exercise-related death and the strategies to prevent those risks.
Meet the New Fit Boss  (25 July 2019)
George Washington has a new Fit Boss
Command-Managed Equal Opportunity: Operatives of Change  (25 July 2019)
Unique to the Navy is the implementation of the Command-Managed Equal Opportunity, or CMEO, program at every command in the fleet.

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