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Author: Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Joshua E. Walters, Defense Media Activity

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USS O'Kane (DDG77)

USS O'Kane (DDG77)

"A tradition of honor" is not just a motto for the crew aboard USS O'Kane (DDG 77), it's something to live up to and a tribute to the ship's namesake.

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Naval Postgraduate School

Naval Postgraduate School

The military offers numerous opportunities for Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen and Marines to obtain higher education, from tuition assistance to the National War College. According to U.S. News and World Report, one military graduate school stands out: the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS).

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Armed Forces Day

Armed Forces Day

This month we take the time to thank our military members for serving and remember the veterans who sacrificed so much for their country.

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Military Family Appreciation Month

Military Family Appreciation Month

Every November, Americans take time to honor and remember those who have given so much for their country. November is not only a month to appreciate veterans who served, but also to thank the military families who support their service members through thick and thin.

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Finding Relief and Peace in the Water

Finding Relief and Peace in the Water

Waking before the sun to catch a wave is the best feeling, according to surfers. They say there is nothing better than cool, soft sand between your toes, especially before the daily mob of people arrives to sun bathe. The sweet smell of the ocean and the harmony of the waves can make time stand still. While this remains a dream for most people, or at most a pleasure to be indulged in once or twice a year, it is a regular reality for medically retired Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Nate Hamilton.

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Officer Candidate School Students

Officer Candidate School Students

Straight out of college and quickly approaching Naval Station Newport, Rhode Island, a brand new officer candidate feels a wave of uncertainty sweep through his mind. Not knowing exactly what to expect, he's anxious. Like many, he questions his decision to become a naval officer. As the cab pulls up in front of the U.S. Navy Officer Training Command, the new student's mind starts going a million miles a minute. He gets out of the car with a mixture of nervousness and excitement.

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Paying it Forward, One Computer at a Time

Paying it Forward, One Computer at a Time

In the 1990s computers became popular because they were cheaper and smaller than ever before. There was a computer in most households across America. Adults and their kids would use them on a daily basis. However, not everyone could afford a computer or had a chance to use one until later in life. Sonar Technician Surface 1st Class Reynaldo Reyes, stationed aboard USS Freedom (LCS-1), and his family were among them.

The Carl M. Brashear Foundation 2016 Navy Diver of the Year

The military ranks are lined with men and women who go above and beyond what is required of them to get the job done. Some specialized jobs, such as Navy diver, require Sailors to push themselves further and harder to overcome obstacles in their lives, personal or professional.

From Motorcycle Accident to Wounded Warrior Games

Life is an adventure with unexpected obstacles. The twists and turns people experience can drastically change their lives forever.