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Being spiritually fit in the Corps

Story by LCpl Juan Madrigal on 04/25/2017 Everyone has trouble making the right choice. Spiritual Fitness is a new program to help people make the right choices. Rear Adm. Brent Scott, the 19th Chaplain of the Marine Corps met with a group of chaplains and religious program specialists at the
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BMU-1 Hosts Lancaster High School Air Force JROTC Students

Story by LT Laura Price on 04/24/2017 By Lt. Devin Arneson, BMU-1 Public Affairs SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- Beachmaster Unit One (BMU-1) hosted 10 Lancaster High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) students on April 19. The seniors will graduate in June and all have a desire
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Colorado Native, Captain Kelly Aeschbach, puts on First Star

Story by PO1 Rafael Martie on 04/21/2017 Capt. Kelly A. Aeschbach of Naval Information Forces (NAVIFOR) in Suffolk, Va., promoted to the rank of Rear Adm., April 7. Aeschbach is a 1986 graduate of Ledyard High School, Conn. graduating from The George Washington University in 1990 with a bachelor's degree
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3rd Fleet Commander Visits NHRC to Discuss Research and Readiness

SAN DIEGO The Naval Health Research Center (NHRC) welcomed Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet Vice Adm. Nora Tyson, on an official visit, April 17. Tyson toured NHRC's Warfighter Performance Lab and sat down with some of the command's top scientists to learn more about the diverse research being done in support
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Doolittle Raid Principles Relevant 75 Years Later

This month commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid, also known as the Tokyo Raid, an allied mission during World War II with direct relevance to the modern military's ability to operate together. The Navy and Air Force continue to demonstrate that in their training today. "The Doolittle Raid,
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Rockford native joins innovative advocacy efforts in the U.S. Navy for victims of sexual assault

Story by Natalie Morehouse on 04/18/2017 April marks sexual assault awareness and prevention month and the military has focused much effort on its prevention and care for victims of sexual assault. One program lauded as an innovative approach to victim support is the U.S. Navy's Victims' Legal Counsel Program. Lt.
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