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CNO Delivers Naval War College Graduation Address

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Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert delivered the graduation address to students and their guests attending the U.S. Naval War College’s commencement ceremony today. [dciframe]http://cdn.livestream.com/embed/usnavy?layout=4&clip=pla_ebb4db04-6195-40e7-a39e-da0d4aeb9c6e&color=0xe7e7e7&autoPlay=false&mute=false&iconColorOver=0x888888&iconColor=0x777777&allowchat=false&height=375&width=630,630,375[/dciframe] The following was a moderated live blog of the event. [dciframe] http://www.coveritlive.com/index2.php/option=com_altcaster/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code= 5a682f3dfb/height=700/width=599,600,700,1,no,border:3px;[/dciframe]

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CNO: Navy Needs Joint Strike Fighter, Committed to its Future

The carrier variant of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter flies for the first time with external weapons, June 27, 2012. The F-35C is distinct from the F-35A and F-35B variants with larger wing surfaces and reinforced landing gear for greater control when operating in the demanding carrier take-off and landing environment. (U.S. Navy photo courtesy Lockheed Martin/Released)

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on Defense about the Joint Strike Fighter (F-35C) on Wednesday. Other senior military leaders testified with Greenert. Based on the current F-35 Joint Program Office schedule, the F-35C, attached to Navy carrier air wings, will reach initial operational …

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Elimination of 1994 Direct Ground Combat Definition and Assignment Rule

Sailors participating in the Riverine Combat Skills course (RCS) prepare for a field training exercise at Camp Lejeune, N.C., Oct. 24, 2012. This class was the first RCS training group composed of Coastal Riverine Force Sailors and the first to incorporate women into the course. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Heather M. Paape/Released)

Today, the Defense Department released the U.S. military services’ and U.S. Special Operations Command’s plans for implementing women into previously closed positions. In this blog, Rear Adm. Tony Kurta, director, Navy Personnel Plans and Policy, explains what it means for the Navy. On Jan. 24, then-Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta announced his decision to rescind the …

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Navy Hospital Corps Celebrates 115 Years of Service

YORKTOWN, Va. (May 14, 2013) Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Jocelyn Corpening provides emergency care to a multiple amputation trauma trainer during the Collective Protection Exercise held on Naval Weapons Station Yorktown-Cheatham Annex. The Collective Protection Exercise provides a collective protection to the warfighter and their equipment utilizing state-of-the-art chemical, biological and radiological protective technologies. ( U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Scott Barnes/Released)

The Navy Hospital Corps celebrated 115 years of service June 17. Although the name of hospital corpsmen has changed from the Corps’ inception in the Continental Navy, from loblolly boy to pharmacists mate to hospital corpsman, the core values of the Hospital Corps remain the same. Did you know these …

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Protecting Classified Information, Cybersecurity are All Hands’ Responsibilities

By Commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command Public Affairs Recent media reports about public leaks of protected U.S. Government information may have you wondering what, as a Sailor, you should do when you come across classified material in media reports or elsewhere online. Therefore, this is a good time for a …

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