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The words " Petty Officer Results" superimposed over three, silver chevrons on a black background. - CY 247 Advancement Results graphic

Active Duty, FTS Advancement Results Released

Active Duty, FTS Advancement Results Released

The names of Active Duty and Full Time Support (FTS) Sailors selected for advancement to E-4, E-5, and E-6 have been released.

Black background with the words Petty Officer Quotas in white. - CY 247 Advancement Quotas

Active Duty, FTS Advancement Quotas Released

Active Duty, FTS Advancement Quotas Released

The Navy released the spring 2020 petty officer advancement quotas for active-duty and Full Time Support (FTS) to advance to E-4, E-5 and E-6, July 22.

Black and white photo of the Dallas, Texas skyline with the words, "Dallas, COVID-19: Expeditionary Medical Team" across the photo in white. - COVID-19: Expeditionary Medical Team

Navy’s Expeditionary Medical Teams Provide COVID-19 Support in New Orleans, Dallas

Navy’s Expeditionary Medical Teams Provide COVID-19 Support in New Orleans, Dallas

Navy medical personnel assigned to Expeditionary Medical Facility-M (EMF-M) deployed as part of a U.S. Northern Command-led COVID-19 response to support civil health authorities in existing facilities in New Orleans and Dallas.

Photo illustration of chief's anchors with the text "FTS\SELRES Results" in the center. - E8-E9 FTS\SELRES Results

E-8/E-9 FTS/SELRES Results Announced

E8 E9 FTS/SELRES QUOTAS next to a Senior Chief and Master Chief Anchor - E8 E9 FTS/SELRES QUOTAS

Reserve and FTS E-8 and E9 Advancements Hold Steady

Reserve and FTS E-8 and E9 Advancements Hold Steady

Senior enlisted selection season kicked off March 2, at Navy Personnel Command as the Fiscal Year 2021 Selected Reserve and Reserve Full Time Support E-8 and E-9 selection board convened in Millington, Tenn.

A Sailor operates a virtual reality computer though the use of a headset - 200206-N-DV016-0017 Lt. Cmdr. Tyler Struzinski demonstrates Carrier-Advanced Reconfigurable Training System (C-ARTS) virtual reality technology February 6, 2020 in Norfolk, Virginia. C-ARTS delivers high-velocity, flexible training to meet the advanced system requirements at the Sailor’s point of need. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Lex D. Barlowe)

C-ARTS: High-Velocity Training at Sailor's Point of Need

C-ARTS: High-Velocity Training at Sailor's Point of Need

C-ARTS ushers in a new standard in mobile, interactive training, designed to meet the instructional needs and expectations of tech savvy Sailors, accustomed to learning through hands-on classes that exploit augmented, virtual, and mixed reality learning tools.

The crew of the Royal Australian Navy submarine HMAS Rankin stand on top of submarine while in the water. - 180717-N-FB085-001 PEARL HARBOR (July 17, 2018) The crew of the Royal Australian Navy submarine HMAS Rankin (SSG 78) enters Pearl Harbor for a brief stop for personnel during the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise, July 17, 2018. Twenty-five nations, 46 ships, five submarines, about 200 aircraft and 25,000 personnel are participating in RIMPAC from June 27 to Aug. 2 in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California. The world’s largest international maritime exercise, RIMPAC provides a unique training opportunity while fostering and sustaining cooperative relationships among participants critical to ensuring the safety of sea lanes and security of the world’s oceans. RIMPAC 2018 is the 26th exercise in the series that began in 1971. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Cheryl Collins/Released)

U.S. Submariners Serve Down Under

U.S. Submariners Serve Down Under

Under the Navy’s personnel exchange program, select U.S. Navy submariners are training and operating at Royal Australian Navy base HMAS Stirling, Australia, integrated into various RAN units and commands. Australian Submarine Force Commander, RAN Capt. Doug Theobald, who works directly with U.S. exchange personnel at the Perth base, highlighted the program’s significant relationship to the historic U.S. and Australian partnership.

Photo of female Navy Master Chief in coveralls. - Against All Odds

Against All Odds: The Will to Win

Against All Odds: The Will to Win

Master Chief Personnel Specialist Ren Hockenberry, currently serving aboard USS Port Royal (CG-73) in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, was on a site visit at the Marshal Fahim Training Facility in Afghanistan in 2014 when shots were fired.

A graphic cloud with a golden key under it - A graphic illustration of cybersecurity risk by Nate Quinn

Reducing Personal Cybersecurity Risk

Reducing Personal Cybersecurity Risk

Much of our focus for Cybersecurity Awareness Month is on how the Navy’s cybersecurity is threatened by nation states, ideologically motivated hackers, cyber criminals, and malicious insiders. Our cybersecurity workforce and Cyber Mission Forces battle these cyberspace adversaries every day.

Chief's anchor over two sailors - USN Chiefs Lead by the Creed

Forged

Forged

Cheers and motivational words filled the humid air. Sweat dripped down the face of someone who was once a first class petty officer. While carrying a fellow Sailor on top of her shoulders, she hustled down a grassy field. She took small strides as her teammates surrounded her, encouraging her to keep pushing until she reached the finish line. Another challenge complete.