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Citadel Shield Trains for the Unknown

Sailors from Naval Station Mayport participate in an active shooter drill for Exercise Citadel Shield 2013, Feb. 22. Citadel Shield is an annual Force Protection and Anti-Terrorism exercise conducted on naval bases and installations throughout the continental U.S. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Damian Berg/Released)

By William Phillips Commander, Navy Installations Command, lead planner for Citadel Shield 2013 Navy installations are executing their anti-terrorism “Super Bowl” of exercises, so to speak. CNIC’s Citadel Shield 2013 began Feb. 19; it will conclude Friday. So, what does it look like on game day? The scope of the exercise …

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CNIC: We Will Not Tolerate Sexual Assault

This blog post, courtesy of Vice Adm. William D. French, commander, Navy Installations Command, re-emphasizes the Navy’s ZERO TOLERANCE of sexual assault. Although the goal is year-around observation and compliance fleetwide, the month of April has been specifically targeted to heighten awareness of this counterproductive and destructive behavior. After all, …

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Landing the Federal Job

This blog post was written by Mr. Tim McGough, a federal employee on the staff of Commander, Navy Installations Command who transitioned to federal service after retiring from the Marine Corps as a Gunnery Sergeant. After three years of working in the federal government I have found that one of …

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