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Navy Corpsman: Carrying the Legacy

Navy Corpsman: Carrying the Legacy

The screams of the wounded and dying filled the stale room as medical workers rushed to check for pulses, resuscitate the unconscious and stop the bleeding. The darkness was pierced by red and green lights that illuminated pools of blood on the floor. Nervous hands scrambled to find the proper medical equipment amid the chaos of the combat environment that surrounded them, working frantically and disregarding their own safety.

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Shaping a New Surface Navy

Shaping a New Surface Navy

“Hard right rudder,” a young surface warfare officer (SWO) nervously commanded the helmsman, working to avoid the massive, monolithic oil tanker picked up on the radar only moments before.

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One More Day

One More Day

The woman smiles when she talks, and alternates between making eye contact and then looking at the floor. She sits straight, and has the military bearing of someone who has spent half of her life serving the country. She chuckles occasionally. At other times, she talks for minutes without blinking.

Recruiting Navy Doctors

The United States Navy provides active duty, reserve and future Sailors, wherever they may be in their medical careers, ways to ease financial burdens, advance their careers and continue education programs free of cost. Here are five things you need to know about becoming a Navy Doctor.

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Forging a Legacy

Forging a Legacy

Naval Special Warfare Basic Training Command (NSWBTC) recently hailed 10 of its newest warfighters during the graduation ceremony of Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC) Class 100.

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Going Recruiter

Going Recruiter

Chief Navy Counselor Keisha Kelly changes lives.

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10 Things to Know

10 Things to Know

Navy Personnel Command announced the establishment of the Navy Deployability Assessment and Assignment Program (DAAP), focused on improving personnel readiness across the force, in NAVADMIN 239/18, released Sept. 26.

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Worst Case Scenario

Worst Case Scenario

In July 1967, aircraft carrier USS Forrestal (CVA 59) experienced one of the most costly at-sea fires the Navy has seen since World War II.

5 Things to Know: MyNavy Career Center

In an effort to make pay and personnel transactions easier, and provide more responsive customer service to Sailors, retirees and dependents, the MyNavy Career Center was launched Sept. 24.

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The Heat is On, Stay Cool

The Heat is On, Stay Cool

In the last five years the U.S. Navy has recorded 698 instances of heat stress, two of which were fatal. Working or playing in hot weather can lead to illness or death if you're not prepared.