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Your Navy TODAY

On any given day, in your Navy, our team of more than 600,000 professional Sailors and Civilians are working together around the globe to perform our mission: deter aggression and, if deterrence fails, win our Nation’s wars. It is not possible to share every aspect of this global team but, through this …

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iCarly cast visits iSubmarine base

Fans of the hit Nickelodeon show “iCarly” recently were able to meet members of the cast for a special screening of the show in what may seem an unusual location… Naval Submarine Base New London. As part of the event, the crew also got a chance to visit Los Angeles class …

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Submariners: Adapting for the Future

“The good news for undersea forces is the significant role we’ll play in the submergence strategy. The assured access we have behind the adversaries’ defense lines is going to be an asymmetric advantage we’ll enjoy for decades to come.” REAR ADM. RICK BRECKENRIDGE, SUBMARINE GROUP TWO COMMANDER GROTON, Conn. (NNS) — …

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Mississippi Floats

The following post is written by Ms. Allison Stiller, sponsor of PCU Mississippi (SSN 780) I work for the Navy, and my “day job” is all about building ships. But today, I got to do something really special that’s not part of my normal routine because I’m also privileged to …

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Ensuring the Safety of our Sailors and their Families

By Rear Adm. Richard Breckenridge, Commander, Submarine Group Two Today, I relieved Rear Adm. Mike McLaughlin, assuming responsibility for the 27 attack submarines assigned to our Atlantic Fleet and returning to the New England waterfront to serve among the very best and brightest forces within our military.  This team routinely …

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“Pride Runs Deep”

The following post was written by Vice Admiral John M. Richardson, Commander, Submarine Forces and first appeared on the NEW Submarine Forces blog. Welcome to the U.S. Submarine Force’s new command blog!  This is something I’ve been thinking about since my first day in command.  I’m entering the “blogosphere” because …

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ICEX: Thank You to All of Our New Friends

As the camp winds down, I want to take a postcard to talk about this experiment in social media. I think this has worked out well and, based on the number of new “friends” at the Arctic Submarine Laboratory Facebook page, we were able to reach a lot of people.

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Canadian Forces at ICEX

This is the 25th blog post in a series about ICEX 2011.  This post was written by Mike Mangin,  Lieutenant Commander in the Canadian Forces. I’ve spent my whole career in the Navy working in the submarine service and was really excited about the opportunity to participate in ICEX 2011.  …

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