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Wounded Warrior Games 2013: A Navy Chaplain’s Perspective

This year’s Wounded Warrior Games will come to a close this evening. In this blog, Navy Chaplain Bill Middleton, director for CREDO NDW, shares his experiences at this year’s games. “We know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope.” (Romans 5:3 NIV) We gathered in the Summit Room …

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Sexual Assault: The Court-Martial Process and Victim’s Rights

SAAPM Courage to Support blog

The Navy is observing Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month with the theme “Courage.” This week’s focus is “Courage to Support.” This blog represents the continuation of a blog posted yesterday and addresses victim’s rights and the support available during the trial process. By Teresa Scalzo, Deputy Director, Trial Counsel …

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Navy App Teaches Sailors to Combat Stress

Screen shot of the Stress Resilience Training System app

By Cmdr. Joseph Cohn Office of Naval Research Warfighter Performance Department You’ve probably heard the marketing campaign, “There’s an app for that.” Now, an iPad app will teach Sailors and Marines to understand their stress responses and how to manage them. Stress Resilience Training System introduction The Office of Naval Research and …

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21st Century Sailor and Marine – One Year Later

21st Century Sailor and Marine initiative

This blog post by Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, the Honorable Juan M. Garcia, provides an overview of the  Navy’s 21st Century Sailor and Marine initiative one year later. A year ago we launched the 21st Century Sailor and Marine initiative to maximize Sailor and …

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