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Graphic Illustration of Aviation Machinist Mate 2nd Class Dakota "Kody" Kinkton who was killed by a drunk driver on February 25,2019. - Aviation Machinist Mate 2nd Class Dakota "Kody" Kinkton was killed by a drunk driver on February 25,2019, while riding his motorcycle on his way home from NAS Jacksonville. He is survived by Laura Kinkton (mother), Morgan Kinkton (wife), Levi (son) and Alli (daughter).

Remembering Dakota

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Remembering Dakota

On the night of February 25, 2019, Morgan Kinkton woke up to the ringing of her doorbell. Believing it was her husband, Aviation Machinists Mate 2nd Class Dakota “Kody” Kinkton, she opened the door only to find police.

A male Sailor underwater with sunglasses waves towards camera with the text "Submerged: One Artistic Point of View" superimposed in front of him. - Senior Chief Fire Control Technician Vien (Bob) Nguyen shares how his passion for underwater photography helped capture a shot some have dubbed the "greatest submarine photo of all time".

One Artistic Point of View

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One Artistic Point of View

Senior Chief Fire Control Technician Vien (Bob) Nguyen shares the story behind his passion for underwater photography and the photo that gained notoriety during the 2018 Rim of the Pacific exercise as an image some have dubbed the "greatest submarine photo of all time".

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Active Duty E-8 Results Released

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Active Duty E-8 Results Released

Congratulations to the following personnel who have been selected for advancement to senior chief petty officer by the FY-20 Active-Duty E-8 Selection Board. Strong competition between qualified professionals is one of the strengths of our Navy and your selection speaks highly of your abilities.

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USS John C. Stennis Arrives in Norfolk

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USS John C. Stennis Arrives in Norfolk

The nearly 5,000 Sailors of Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 3 arrived in Norfolk, Virginia, May 16, concluding a seven-month deployment. The aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74), commanded by Capt. Randy Peck, departed on deployment from Bremerton, Washington, in October of last year.

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Spring 2019 Petty Officer Advancement Results Released

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Spring 2019 Petty Officer Advancement Results Released

The names of more than 23,000 active duty, Selected Reserve (SELRES) and Full Time Support (FTS) Sailors selected for advancement to E-4, E-5, and E-6 have been released.

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Spring 2019 Petty Officer Advancement Quotas Released

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Spring 2019 Petty Officer Advancement Quotas Released

Navy released the spring 2019 petty officer advancement quotas for more than 23,000 active-duty, Full Time Support (FTS) and Selected Reserve (SELRES) Sailors to advance to E-4, E-5 and E-6, May 22.

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MCPON, VCNO Honor 2018 Sailors of the Year

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MCPON, VCNO Honor 2018 Sailors of the Year

The Navy's 2018 Sailors of the Year (SOY) were meritoriously advanced to chief petty officer during a ceremony, May 16, at the Navy Memorial. Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Bill Moran served as guest speaker during the pinning ceremony hosted by Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Russell L. Smith.

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FY20 SELRES and FTS Chief Quotas Released

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FY20 SELRES and FTS Chief Quotas Released

WASHINGTON — Navy released the Selected Reserve (SELRES) and Full Time Support (FTS) quotas for the chief petty officer selection board that convened May 20.

Message from Rear Admiral Brent W. Scott The Chief of Chaplains Director of Religious Ministries - Message from Rear Admiral Brent W. Scott The Chief of Chaplains Director of Religious Ministries

Chaps Challenges Character

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Chaps Challenges Character

Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) is hallowed ground where each gravestone tells a story.

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Hold the Line

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Hold the Line

The Expeditionary Combat Skills course (ECS) approaches instruction in its own multifaceted way. Training is conducted both in classrooms and on the range, in simulators and in the field. Depending on the day and the lesson Sailors may find themselves armed with a pencil, a gun or a compass. For Sailors who are heading to jobs and commands with unpredictable missions, every lesson counts.