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NAVSCIATTS: Bringing the World Together

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NAVSCIATTS: Bringing the World Together

In the current period of renewed global power competition, the Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School’s (NAVSCIATTS) methods of training create a network of international partner nations that operate as a collective, in order to reach across oceans and continents, addressing shared security threats.

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Be Inspired: 2019 DoD Warrior Games

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Be Inspired: 2019 DoD Warrior Games

More than 300 wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans from all four U.S. military branches, U.S. Special Operations Command and five partner nations competed in adaptive sports for the 2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games, hosted by U.S. Special Operation Command in Tampa Bay, Florida June 21-30.

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Fleet Week New York 2019

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Fleet Week New York 2019

Fleet Week New York (FWNY) 2019 came to a close as five U.S Navy ships, including the amphibious transport dock ship USS New York (LPD 21), the guided-missile destroyer USS Jason Dunham (DDG 109) and the guided-missile cruiser USS Hué City (CG 66) and three U.S. Coast Guard cutters departed Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island, May 28.

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History of the Navy Reserve

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History of the Navy Reserve

Since its establishment on March 3, 1915, millions of individuals across the country have answered the call and chosen to serve in the U.S. Navy Reserve.

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The Flag Maker

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The Flag Maker

The workbench overflows with materials from glue to twisted nails, the floor is draped with shaved wood, dust and scraps, and no surface is empty. Torched until its lines deepen in color, the smell of burned wood wafts through the humid, Louisiana air. The sound of the table saw is the only thing heard.

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Black History Month

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Black History Month

The decades of the 1950s and 1960s were a turning point in the fight for civil rights and universal justice, a movement in which the military was at the forefront. President Harry S. Truman signed Executive Order 998 in 1948, prohibiting discrimination in the armed forces “on the basis of race, color, religion or national origin.”

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From the Sea to the Ice

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From the Sea to the Ice

(NNS, Mar. 19, 2018) Two opposing sides stare at each other, prepared to clash in the middle when given the word. Adorned with protective gear and prepared by years of training, each team stands ready, confident their cohesion and perseverance will take home the trophy.

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Diners, Drive-Ins, and DIVE! DIVE! DIVE!

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Diners, Drive-Ins, and DIVE! DIVE! DIVE!

You're trapped in a watertight school bus with no windows, and the bus is submerged off the East Coast of North America, somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean. There's not much to do aside from your 8-10 hour shift each day.

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I Will Defend

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I Will Defend

Operation Kentucky Jumper was supposed to be their last mission. It was a clearance and isolation operation. It had been a long, hard deployment to Ramadi, Iraq — six months of near-daily firefights as they worked with the Army and Marine Corps to retake the city, street by street, from al-Qaida insurgents. The men of SEAL Team 3, Delta Platoon were exhausted, but they were days from going home, so close they could almost smell the salty San Diego air.

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The Phoenix

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The Phoenix

It's a warm, sunny, cloudless day in San Diego, typical of the area for July. Jordan Lo sits in his mother's small sedan, parked in front of Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport, pausing in the silence and looking out at the dozens of small training aircraft parked on the runway.