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Embracing an entrepreneurial spirit to equip 21st century Sailors

This post was contributed by Network Administrator and Social Media Coordinator,  K. Shae Vernier, Civilian, NIOC Pensacola. Greetings from Navy Information Operations Command Pensacola. For those who don’t know who we are, we are team comprised of about 190 Sailors (Cryptologists and Intelligence Specialists) and Civilians located aboard Corry Station …

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Captain Laraway Takes Your Questions on Operational Stress

DoDLive has scheduled a DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable with Capt. Lori Laraway, coordinator, Navy Operational Stress Control Program, for Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 10:00 a.m. EST. She will discuss the Navy’s Operational Stress Control (OSC) program and it’s success in increasing awareness of operational stress and the need to build psychological resilience.

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180 Days

The following is a non-fiction essay written by U.S. Navy Commander Andrew Garlington's daughter, Emily Garlington, describing her experience as a little girl while her father was deployed.

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Navy Appoints New Ombudsman-at-Large

Brandy Clingan was appointed as Ombudsman-at-Large today by Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead. Ombudsmen help commanders and commanding officers have a better understanding of the welfare of the command's families. They assist commands and their families to be better prepared to meet emergency situations.

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