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Tag: LEGACY Talking with Sailors

Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and the Navy Alcohol Abuse Prevention (NAAP) office encourages Sailors to not just make responsible choices if they choose to drink, but to take an honest look at their alcohol use. If you think your drinking is impacting your work or relationships, or if you suspect you may be struggling with addiction, the Navy's non-disciplinary self-referral process allows you to seek help and remain an active duty Sailor.

My Navy Career Development Symposium to Visit Norfolk in June

"Take Charge of Your Career!" is the theme of the Sailor-focused My Navy Career Development Symposium (CDS) making its way to Norfolk, June 19 to 21.

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Never Forget

Never Forget

It was a normal day of flight operations aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), Oct. 10, 2008. The ship was a few months into deployment and had just departed South Africa for combat operations in the Arabian Gulf. Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Handling) 3rd Class Paul Hall was nearing the end of another long work day, and was about to continue working into the night.

Sailors Against Sexual Harassment (SASHA)

A Sailor-led and Sailor-driven grassroots organization, Sailors Against Sexual Harassment and Assault (SASHA), brings new and innovative ways to help end sexual harassment and assault at Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB), Washington, and in the surrounding community.

Leading from the Deckplates Q&A

"Don't wait for things to happen to you, make them happen for you. You own this. You own your future." - Fleet Master Chief JoAnn M. Ortloff.

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Pulsing the Fleet

Pulsing the Fleet

Editor's Note: The Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus held a live television all hands call April 29 from the studios at the Defense Media Activity. During the event, he took questions from Sailors and Marines across the globe. Below is a transcript of the questions and his answers.

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Your Questions Answered

Your Questions Answered

Earlier this month Fleet Master Chief April Beldo and I had the chance to talk to Sailors at our first digital all hands call. To those who participated and dialed in, thank you.

Chief of Naval Personnel to Hold World-Wide All Hands Call

Sea Pay bumps... New uniforms... Advancements changes... Career Navigator... Fleet manning... Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Policy...