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One Team, One Fight: Navy Will Rally From This Day

Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Manpower and Reserve Affairs Juan M. Garcia spoke Sept. 17 about the support the Navy is providing following a shooting Sept. 16 at the Washington Navy Yard that claimed 13 lives, including the gunman.

Share your thoughts about what happened yesterday and what’s next.

What support services are available to those who need it?

What can be done to ease the minds of the Navy’s workforce about security?

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus directed a rapid review of Navy and Marine Corps’ security procedures Sept. 17 at military bases in the United States.

What should Washington Navy Yard personnel know about the yard’s status?

A lot of people left personal belongs behind during the shooting. What’s happening with their property? 

What do you want people to remember?

The Navy continues to provide support to Navy personnel affected by the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard.

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