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Pink Warriors

By Irene Sargent, Population Health Coordinator and Breast Cancer Survivor, Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune The days of the military draft are a memory and volunteering to serve your county is optional now. I was drafted into what I call the “Pink Warrior Family” at 38 years old. You may be …

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The Great Middle East Aviation Adventure

The following is a post by our guest blogger, LTJG Jeff Ryan who is currently winding down his deployment with the 2515th Navy Air Ambulance Detachment. When my unit left San Diego six months ago we were well prepared for what we would face on deployment. But as I have …

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Investing in Advanced Biofuels to Create Jobs

The following post was written by Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, and Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, and first appeared on the White House blog on August 17, 2011. Yesterday, President Obama announced that our Departments will jointly invest $510 million over the next three years to develop the …

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UCAS-D Soars to Success

The following post was written by LCDR Kevin “LAMB” Watkins, X-47B Department Head, Government Flight Test Director – UCAS-D. Today some members from our Unmanned Combat Air System CV Demonstration (UCAS-D) Integrated Test Team (ITT) are in Seattle, Wash. receiving the James S. McDonnell award for Outstanding Achievements in Flight …

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