Home / Sailors


Election Season Do’s and Don’ts

A guide for Sailors and Navy civil servants With presidential and congressional elections approaching, the Navy encourages every one of us to exercise our right to vote. Just as important is the right to free speech. But we also have the right to be free from political pressure while we’re …

Read More »

Keep the Feedback Coming!

By Adm. Bill Moran Vice Chief of Naval Operations Like many, I was pleased to read NAVADMIN 065/18, which addresses aviation retention bonuses and incentive pay. Chief of Naval Personnel and his team have been working hard on this issue for months. Perhaps more than any other office, that team …

Read More »

Faces of the Fleet: Women’s History Month

Women's History Month 2018

The Navy joins the nation in celebrating Women’s History Month throughout the month of March 2018. Women have served in the Navy as nurses dating back to the 1800s – most notably during the Civil War when the Sisters of the Holy Cross served aboard USS Red Rover, the Navy’s first …

Read More »

LCS Crew 214: Competence, Character, Connection, Paid in Advance

By Cmdr. Emily Bassett Commanding Officer, Littoral Combat Ship Crew 214, Pre-Commissioning Unit Manchester (LCS 14) Editor’s note: Unlike other surface Navy communities, littoral combat ship crews have the unique honor of being commissioned as a crew even before their ship is commissioned.  An LCS crew must be fully certified …

Read More »