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#NavyAnswers: Anti-ship Cruise Missiles

In a recent all hands call the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert and the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Mike Stevens called upon the fleet for questions. This topic, written by Rear Adm. Mathias Winter, Commander, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, is one of many …

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Navy Working Uniform

Below is a message that was sent from US Fleet Forces Commander Adm. Bill Gortney to commanding officers and command master chiefs regarding the flame resistant qualities of our Navy Working Uniform (Type 1):  UNCLASSIFIED// RAAUZYUW RUCBCLF0008 3470737-UUUU–RHMCSUU. ZNR UUUUU R 120737Z DEC 12 FM COMUSFLTFORCOM NORFOLK VA TO COMPACFLT …

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Warfighting First – Expanding the Navigation Plan

“Warfighting has to be first because this country evaluates us based on our effectiveness as warfighters. Every Sailor and Navy civilian should understand their job and how it fits into our overall mission.” Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert, Chief of Naval Operations The Navy’s primary mission is warfighting and all efforts …

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#WARFIGHTING – Medical Community

Hospital Corpsmen give fellow servicemembers routine, preventive and emergency health care. They help care for their families back home. They take part in relief missions, providing aid for hurricane or earthquake victims. Whether they are working in a hospital or on a ship, at a clinic or in the field, …

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Navy Manning: A Rudder Check

This blog was written by Rear Adm. John Kirby, the U.S. Navy’s Chief of Information: I’ve been in the job a little more than a month and already seen up close and personal some of the concerns Sailors have out in the Fleet. At the top of the list are …

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Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricanes approach land at varying speeds. Why wait until it’s too late to prepare your hurricane kit. After a hurricane, local officials and relief workers will be on the scene, but they cannot reach everyone immediately. You could get help in hours, or it may take days or weeks. Would …

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