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NavalX

Agility is more than a buzzword to the Department of the Navy (DoN), so after hearing the National Defense Strategy's call to accelerate the delivery of technology to warfighters, the Department has answered.

Educating the Next Generation

When considering American naval warfare, you might think back to images of the Revolutionary War when wooden-hulled ships fired volleys broadside at each other until one yielded or faced certain sinking.

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.

Brilliant on the Basics

As our Navy grows for the first time in nearly a generation, we need Sailors who are personally engaged in the success of our Navy as well as their own personal success. We also need leaders who encourage and enable this.

Navy Chief Charts Course to Develop 'World-Class' Leaders

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson announced the formation of the College of Leadership and Ethics at the U.S. Naval War College and released an updated version of the Navy Leader Development Framework (NLDF 2.0) in Newport.

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Ready Relevant Learning

Ready Relevant Learning

U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF) announced the Navy-wide commencement of the block learning stage of Ready Relevant Learning (RRL) via NAVADMIN 089/18, April 5.

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Training Goes Virtual

Training Goes Virtual

Most Sailors know it can be difficult to keep up with training while deployed, or even at home in a high optempo environment.

Corpsman to Doctor

It started with a television commercial in 1999 that had a simple slogan: "Let the journey begin."

Post 9/11 GI Bill

The Post-9/11 GI Bill is an exceptional benefit provided by the U.S. government to Sailors for their military service. Individuals can choose to use it for their own education, or transfer their eligibility to family members.

Suicide First-Aid

On the outside, it looked like any other Navy vessel moored to a pier; haze gray and resting on crystal blue waters. Though a light shower poured out of a bright blue sky, and Sailors didn't seem to mind.