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Cmdr. Richard N. Massie and Cmdr. Leif E. Mollo are the 2013 recipients of the Vice Adm. James Bond Stockdale Leadership Award, according to NAVADMIN 252/13.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced Sept. 26 that the Navy will conduct an official investigation into the fatal shooting incident at the Washington Navy Yard Sept. 16.
In the aftermath of the Washington Navy Yard (WNY) shootings Sept. 16, many organizations have stepped up to give comfort and support to personnel during this stressful and tragic time.
The Pentagon and the Navy are reviewing security procedures worldwide in the wake of last week's tragic shootings at the Washington Navy Yard, Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter said today, with the aim of enhancing prevention of and response to any future such incidents.
On Sept. 16, the lives of 12 families were forever changed. Countless others were deeply affected by what they witnessed that day at the Washington Navy Yard.
The Department of Defense announced today the death of two Sailors who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
The U.S. Navy's forward—deployed aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) and its embarked air wing, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 5, completed a large—force exercise with the U.S. Air Force, Sept. 25.
The chief of naval personnel (CNP) visited Naval Education and Training Command's (NETC) tenant commands aboard Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola Sept. 24.
Family, friends and co—workers of the 12 people killed in the Sept. 16 shooting at the Washington Navy Yard (WNY) gathered for a memorial ceremony at Marine Barracks Washington Sept. 22.
Search and rescue (SAR) efforts for the remaining two crew members involved in a U.S. Navy MH—60S Knighthawk helicopter crash were suspended Sept. 23 at approximately 3 p.m. Bahrain time.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced Sept. 18 three new reviews to better understand the circumstances under which security clearances are granted and renewed.
In the aftermath of the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, Naval District Washington established an Emergency Family Assistance Center (EFAC) on the Washington Navy Yard—in addition to the one established on board Joint Base Anacostia—Bolling, Sept. 17
The Oliver Hazard Perry—class frigate USS Rentz (FFG—46) and its embarked Coast Guard law enforcement detachment transferred $78 Million in confiscated cocaine Sept. 15 to the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Forward (WMEC 911) in the Western Caribbean Sea while assigned to the U.S. 4th Fleet.
In the aftermath of the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, the Navy has established an Emergency Family Assistance Center (EFAC) on board Joint Base Anacostia—Bolling, Sept. 17.
The Navy has issued an order to account for Navy personnel and their families in response to the events that occurred at the Washington Navy Yard, according to a Navy message released Sept. 16.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus directed a rapid review of Navy and Marine Corps' security procedures Sept. 17 at military bases in the United States.
The Navy continues to provide support to Navy personnel affected by the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard (WNY) Sept. 16.
Today, Theresa and I would like to take some time to say 'thank you' for your support and dedication that you provide to our Sailors, families and our great Navy.
Unit commanders are encouraged to nominate outstanding chapters of the Coalition of Sailors Against Destructive Decisions (CSADD) to be recognized as sea and shore chapters of the year, according to NAVADMIN 229/13 released September 10.
The Navy is seeking highly motivated master chief and senior chief petty officers for the Command Master Chief (CMC) and Command Senior Chief (CSC) Program, officials said Sept. 13.