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@USNPeople Weekly Wire Rundown: May 3, 2015

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The Weekly Wire Rundown is a weekly video blog from the Office of the Chief of Naval Personnel, highlighting the top stories affecting Sailors and their families. The video compliments the print edition of the @USNPeople Weekly Wire, which you can subscribe to by e-mailing usnpeople@gmail.com. It can also be …

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U.S. Navy Month in Review: April 2015

April 2015 month in review

Welcome to the U.S. Navy’s multimedia production featuring selected images from around the fleet. The images represent the work of the Navy, deployed worldwide. The images are submitted to the Navy Office of Information. For access to more than 170,000 high-resolution photos visit, http://www.navy.mil/view_photos_top or http://www.flickr.com/photos/usnavy/‬.

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10 Things to Know About John Finn

PASCAGOULA, Miss. (March 28, 2015) The future USS John Finn (DDG 113) is launched. John Finn, the first Flight IIA Arleigh Burke-class (DDG 51) ship, will be equipped with the Navy's Aegis Combat System, the world's foremost integrated naval weapons system. Flight IIA ships will provide increased capabilities over previous DDG 51 destroyers, including advances in anti-submarine warfare, command and control, and anti-surface warfare. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

From the first U.S. destroyer commissioned in 1902 to the famous ships of World War II to the Arleigh Burke-class, the #USNavy’s destroyers have been evolving. Saturday, May 2, we will introduce the newest guided missile destroyer, the future USS John Finn (DDG 113), during a christening ceremony at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagaoula, Miss. Here are …

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Navy Recruit Graduation: May 1, 2015

Vice Adm. Robin Braun, Chief of Naval Reserves, inspects a recruit drill platoon at the weekly pass-in-review graduation at Recruit Training Command (RTC). RTC trains more than 37,000 Sailors annually. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Doug Mappin/Released)

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs. Read how …

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‘Communicating the value’ of Hawaii’s schools

SAND ISLAND, Hawaii (Feb. 21, 2015) A participant of the 2015 Hawaii Regional SeaPerch Underwater Robotics for Youth competition navigates an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) through obstacles at U.S. Coast Guard Base Honolulu. Managed by The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Foundation, the SeaPerch program is an innovative underwater robotics program that provides students with the opportunity to learn about robotics, engineering, science, and mathematics while building an underwater ROV as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum. SeaPerch helps expose students to the various careers that are possible in naval architecture and naval, ocean, and marine engineering. (U.S. Navy photo by Navy Diver 2nd Class Joe Finemore/Released)

By Rear Adm. Rick Williams Commander, Navy Region Hawaii and Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific Hawaii’s schools provide excellent opportunities here for our military families – from preschool to elementary to high school and on to university. Eleven of the 12 valedictorians at Radford High School and two valedictorians at Moanalua …

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@USNPeople Weekly Wire Rundown: April 26, 2015

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The Weekly Wire Rundown is a weekly video blog from the Office of the Chief of Naval Personnel, highlighting the top stories affecting Sailors and their families. The video compliments the print edition of the @USNPeople Weekly Wire, which you can subscribe to by e-mailing usnpeople@gmail.com. It can also be …

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