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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.

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Music in the Schools

Music in the Schools

The United States Navy Band travels throughout the year to different schools ranging from kindergarten through high school, performing for students and faculty. In addition they also interact with the students making connections and talking to them about the Navy.

Educating the Next Generation

When considering American naval warfare, you might think back to images of the Revolutionary War when wooden-hulled ships fired volleys broadside at each other until one yielded or faced certain sinking.

Navy Renews Focus on Education

The Navy announced today a Naval University System (NUS) that will overhaul the education of the fleet, ensuring a competitive advantage in the decades ahead.

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Anchored in Japan

Anchored in Japan

Sharon Canales, chief logistics specialist on USS Benfold (DDG 65), remembers feeling scared when she first moved to Yokosuka from San Diego six years ago.

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Taking a Punch

Taking a Punch

Midshipman 4th Class Emma Brindley had never been punched in the face before.

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Youngster Cruise

Youngster Cruise

When learning to swim, you have to get in the water.

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Naval Postgraduate School

Naval Postgraduate School

The military offers numerous opportunities for Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen and Marines to obtain higher education, from tuition assistance to the National War College. According to U.S. News and World Report, one military graduate school stands out: the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS).

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Where Eaglets Dare

Where Eaglets Dare

Spirituality, wisdom, strength, majesty, freedom: Eagles hold many different meanings among different cultures, throughout history and around the world. In 1782, Congress chose the bald eagle as the United States national bird for its beauty, strength and long life.

Defense Language Institute: Bridging Languages, Cultures

Hidden among seal-covered beaches, bustling boardwalks and a world-class golf course is the Defense Language Institute (DLI) in Monterey, California. On this campus, where the sun rises over a transplanted section of the Berlin Wall each morning, service members train to become experts in languages and cultures of countries across the globe.