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2014/09/01 13:38
2014/09/01 13:38
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ABOARD THE DESTROYER BARRY, NAVAL STATION NORFOLK, — You asked, pressed, urged and pleaded. And after six years, the Navy listened. Starting Sept. 1, ball caps are authorized with the Navy working...
2014/09/01 13:38
2014/09/01 13:38
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2014/08/31 06:06
2014/08/31 06:06
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The bureaucratic battle between the Navy and marine salvors is heating up as Key West's most famous treasure family is pushing state politicians to help lead the charge. At the core of the row are...
2014/08/29 16:38
2014/08/29 16:38
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The lawyer for an officer facing discharge for negligently conveying classified information in an email � which he admitted doing as an urgent warning of an imminent war-zone threat � alleges �false...
2014/08/28 16:09
2014/08/28 16:09
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About a month and a half ago the U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced that the USS Jackson would be commissioned in Gulfport. Gulfport Chief Administrative Officer Dr. John Kelly said this...
2014/08/26 23:38
2014/08/26 23:38
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Navy Secretary Ray Mabus and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jon Greenert announced four new flag officer assignments today. Two-star assignment Rear Adm. (lower half) Jeffrey Harley, selected for...
2014/08/20 08:31
2014/08/20 08:31
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Publication: The Day Groton - Having just half of the lights lit in one of the Naval Submarine Base's three gymnasiums Monday morning might seem unremarkable, especially considering the natural light...
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2014/08/20 07:15
2014/08/20 07:15
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Yet soldiers who smoke are not immune to lung cancer and the other lethal pulmonary illnesses that smoking causes. And like all smokers, they face an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. In fact,...
2014/08/19 07:25
2014/08/19 07:25
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Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Mike Stevens greets crew members aboard USS Carl Vinson, July 2014. Sailors and Marines serving aboard the USS Carl Vinson on its upcoming deployment could...
2014/08/15 15:08
2014/08/15 15:08
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In the latest leg of their endless journey to find bad news about the Affordable Care Act, conservative analysts and websites have seized on some ambiguous figures to declare that enrollment is...
2014/08/15 11:09
2014/08/15 11:09
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The Navy has decided to put Bibles back in Navy Lodge rooms while leaders review policy on keeping donated Bibles in Navy Lodge guest rooms. The Aug. 14 announcement followed a widespread backlash...
2014/08/13 13:31
2014/08/13 13:31
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The three-month review came after a spate of complaints that service-level grooming policies were racially biased against black women who choose to wear their hair naturally curly rather than use heat...
2014/08/11 18:18
2014/08/11 18:18
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Sea levels are rising, glaciers are melting, and extreme weather is becoming the norm. The negative effects of man-made climate change are here to stay — and they're getting worse. One of the major...
2014/08/09 17:38
2014/08/09 17:38
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A top Pentagon official says he supports the decision to clear Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Jim Amos of allegations he abused the military justice process, but critics and independent observers argue...
2014/08/09 01:38
2014/08/09 01:38
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The Navy is taking a second look at the unusual case of a boot camp instructor who was due to be kicked out August 13 for her �unauthorized� hairstyle, although she claims that the command singled her...
2014/08/07 16:22
2014/08/07 16:22
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HOUSTON, TX - The Astros will host the in-state rival Texas Rangers for a three-game set this weekend, August 8-10. This marks the first time the two teams have met since the Astros swept the Rangers...
2014/08/04 18:39
2014/08/04 18:39
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MARINETTE, WIS. — Four out of six ships that are part of a new class of vessels being developed for the U.S. Navy are too heavy, and that is affecting some areas of performance, according to a newly...
2014/08/03 18:38
2014/08/03 18:38
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Marines based in Japan could see the strict rules they face when they go off base eased a bit, as military officials consider relaxing the current liberty policy. Officials with U.S. Forces Japan are...
2014/09/01 13:38
2014/09/01 13:38
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