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TSC Great Lakes Holds Women Mentorship Event for Students

Mentors from Great Lakes area commands held their monthly “Real Talk Sessions” with over 50 Training Support Center (TSC) Great Lakes’ female students at the galley’s Windy City Café August 21.

This month’s ses...

Recruit Training Command Promotes Healthy Lifestyle Choices

Small changes are making a big difference in the health and well-being of Recruit Training Command (RTC) Sailors.

Providing and promoting healthy lifestyle choices is part of the command’s larger initiative to address the unique physical and...

Navy Medicine Researchers and Scientists Kick Off the 2019 Military Health System Research Symposium with Strong Showing

Navy Medicine researchers from across the globe convened Aug. 19 in Kissimmee, Florida for the start 2019 Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) to discuss the latest scientific advances and initiatives that support warfighter health, readiness a...

CTM Community Fosters, Employs RRL-Like Portal of Training and Career Information

The Navy’s cryptologic technician (maintenance) (CTM) rating leaders are committed to ensuring CTM Sailors are just a login and a click away from the rating’s most up-to-date unclassified Ready Relevant Learning-like training, career and other v...

CIWT Names Domain Civilians of the Quarter

The Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) named its 2019 second quarter Civilians of the Quarter (COQ), Aug. 20.

Selected were Innis Davis, a facilities specialist at the Center for Information Warfare Training in Pensacola, Florida, as n...

NIWC Atlantic Demonstrates Augmented Reality Technology to Increase Warfighter Safety

A Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic team is developing and refining a hands-free system to protect U.S. military members from inadvertently revealing their location via radio frequency (RF) waves.

The prototype, known as Spectrum Hu...

NMRC Researchers think a Common Antibiotic can Save the Lives of Divers Suffering from Decompression Sickness

Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) scientists presented their research, “A meta-analysis of doxycycline as an adjunctive therapy to prevent decompression sickness (DCS)” during the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) in Kissimmee...

Navy Releases More Public-Private Housing Survey Results, Continues Corrective Plans Top News Story - Editors should consider using these stories first in local publications.

The Navy has released more details from its 2019 Summary of the Navy Public Private Venture (PPV) Housing ‘Out of Cycle’ Survey, conducted earlier this year based on concerns with privatized family housing.

The results of the survey, c...

USS William P. Lawrence Holds Change of Command Ceremony

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS William P. Lawrence (DDG 110) held a change of command ceremony, Aug. 16, at Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka.

Cmdr. Dawn C. Allen relieved Cmdr. Andrew J. Klug as the commanding office...

USS Mount Whitney Visits Palermo, Italy

The U.S. 6th Fleet (C6F) command and control ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) made a scheduled port visit in Palermo, Italy, Aug. 19 during a designated staff embarkation.

During the visit, Sailors will get a chance to go on Morale, Welfare, and Re...

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