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CNO Releases Navy Family Framework Version 2.0

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. John M. Richardson released Version 2.0 of the Navy Family Framework on August 14th as part of a continuous effort to reinforce the Navy’s commitment to families. Navy Family Framework Version 2.0 is an update to Navy Family Framework Version 1.0, released in November …

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Becoming One Navy Team

On the 71st anniversary of President Harry S. Truman’s signing of the Executive Orders 9980 and 9981, mandating equality of treatment and opportunity for all persons in the armed services and federal government regardless of race, color, religion, or national origin, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson addresses the …

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MyNavy HR – Serving Sailors 24/7

Whether you’re looking for your next billet, upcoming exam requirements or you’re curious if you can apply pay grades or just wondering about policy concerning family needs, this blog is for you. We’re compiling personnel and policy announcements made during 2019 to help Sailors and their families find important career …

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Innovation Boosts Fleet Readiness

In the new age of warfare, Navy has been using modern technologies to solve problems demonstrating the potential to increase fleet readiness even further and strengthen our Navy for the future. Whether it’s additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, unmanned systems or mobile applications, Navy has been implementing the newest …

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5 Tips to Develop a Solid Leadership Foundation

By Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Stacey L. Zimmerman, Master-at-Arms 1st Class Jacob A. Widener, Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Ann C. Jones and Yeoman 1st Class Paige S. Bosco   Through Laying the Keel — like the solid backbone of a ship — the Navy seeks to empower future Navy leaders to build a …

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Resourcing a Ready Surface Force

Since the establishment of the Readiness Reform and Oversight Council (RROC), the Navy made significant progress in its reform efforts to deliver a more ready and more capable Surface Force. With the support of Congress, the Navy invested in meaningful Surface Force reform, and remains committed to doing everything necessary …

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Navy Medicine’s transformation: How hospital corpsmen fit in

By Force Master Chief Hosea Smith Jr. Director, U.S. Navy Hospital Corps Several weeks ago, the U.S. Navy surgeon general outlined the significant changes that will reshape our Navy Medicine mission toward greater readiness. We are refining our organizational structure so we can ensure a medically ready force – Sailors …

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Combat Vessels Opened to Women 25 Years Ago Today

By Yonca Poyraz-Dogan Navy Office of Information Today is the 25th anniversary of the date when women became eligible to serve aboard combat vessels in the Navy. Previously, women were in shore-based roles or aboard noncombat vessels, such as, oilers, hospital and supply ships. The Nov. 30, 1993 Defense Authorization …

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