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Improving Overseas Screening Process

By Rear Adm. Dave Steindl Commander Navy Personnel Command, Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel For the past year, in all hands calls and on social media, CNP and other leaders have heard concerns from Sailors, families and commands about our overseas screening process. Individual issues ranged from inconsistencies between different …

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Our RIMPAC Journey

By Lt. Cmdr Bronwyn Low, Royal Australian Navy, Commander Task Force 176 Medical Planner and Lt. Kristin Love, U.S. Navy, Fleet Surgical Team-1 Medical Regulating Control Officer   “G’day” and “Good afternoon” everyone, Lt. Cmdr. Bronwyn Low from the Royal Australian Navy and Lt. Kristin Love from the U.S. Navy, Fleet …

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RIMPAC San Diego – Mine Warfare

By Rear Adm. William Merz, Commander, Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Command, assigned as RIMPAC Task Force Commander 177, Commander Mine Warfare Task Force   The bulk of Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) is conducted in and around the Hawaiian Islands, but more than 1,000 men and women representing nine …

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U.S. Naval Academy Change of Command

U.S. Naval Academy

Welcome to Navy Live coverage of the U.S. Naval Academy change of command scheduled for Wed., July 23 at 10 a.m. (EDT). Vice Adm. Walter E. “Ted” Carter Jr. will formally relieve Vice Adm. Michael H. Miller as superintendent. As part of the ceremony, Miller will retire after serving 40 …

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Relevant and Realistic Training

By Cmdr. David Turner, Royal New Zealand Navy Commanding Officer, HMNZS Canterbury (L 421)   It is exciting for any commanding officer of a naval ship to be involved in a Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise, but right now I find myself thrilled to bits to be the commanding officer …

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The Continuing Role of Strategic Deterrence and How the United States Navy Meets the Demands

By VADM Terry Benedict, Director Strategic Systems Programs and RADM Dave Johnson, Program Executive Officer, Submarines Fifty-four years ago this week,  USS George Washington (SSBN-598) made history when it successfully launched two Polaris A1 missiles off Cape Canaveral, bringing to fruition a remarkable research and development effort composed of Navy and industry …

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P2P File Sharing on Your Government Computer is Prohibited, Bad for the Network, and Jeopardizes Mission

Information Systems Technician 3rd Class John Erskine, Chief Information Systems Technician Jennifer Williams, Cryptologic Technician (Networks) 2nd Class Tyrone Fuller, and Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Amanda Kisner work together to assess the security of the computer networks aboard the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77).

By Command Master Chief (IDW/SW) Jon R. Taylor U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet What is Peer-to-Peer (P2P) software?  It is software that creates P2P networks, which directly link computers to one another, allowing users to share digital movies, music, and other files by circumventing centralized security controls and network …

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