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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.

Blue background with razors and electric razors. Also, the words New PFB Treatment - A graphic illustration of the new PFB treatment policy

Updated Guidelines for Facial Shaving Condition

Updated Guidelines for Facial Shaving Condition

The Navy announced upcoming changes to the management of Sailors diagnosed with the facial shaving-related condition pseudofolliculitis barbae (PFB), Oct. 4.

Pearl Harbor Sailor Laid to Rest in Kansas After 78 Years

Almost 78 years after he died in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941, Navy Seaman 2nd Class Wilbur Clayton Barrett was finally laid to rest Saturday in his hometown of El Dorado, Kansas.

Hemp logos - New Navy Hemp Product Policies graphic

The ABC's of CBD

The ABC's of CBD

ALNAV 057/19 references and reiterates current Department of Navy (DoN) policy (SECNAVINST 5300.28F) regarding substance abuse, and it establishes the prohibition of use, ingestion, consumption or application of cannabinoid formulations made or derived from hemp or marijuana.

A red rope Sailor yelling. - Boot Camp Behind the Scenes at Recruit Training Command

Boot Camp Behind the Scenes at Recruit Training Command

Boot Camp Behind the Scenes at Recruit Training Command

From the producers of Boot Camp: Making a Sailor comes a brand new documentary taking you behind the scenes at Navy Boot Camp and giving you an unfiltered look at what it takes to train the next generation of Sailors. Follow along as we take you inside the day-to-day lives of four Recruit Division Commanders and two instructors at the Navy's only Boot Camp - Recruit Training Command Great Lakes. Coming Sept. 30.

Two sailors signing documents - Flag Writer

No Ordinary Day

No Ordinary Day

There are speeches to write, naval correspondence on your desk to be edited and travel plans to be scheduled. Days are a balancing act between meticulously scheduled events and last minute changes, but no day is ever the same as the one before it’s a fast-paced environment at times, but you have what it takes. Why? Because you are a Navy flag writer.

Art Graphic with image of U.S. Navy Chief anchor with the words "Chief Results" superimposed over it. - FY 20 Chief Results

FY 20 E7 Results Released

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

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

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".