CHINFO released the latest Rhumb Lines installment focusing on the Law of the Sea Convention. The Law of the Sea Convention is an international agreement establishing governance of the world’s oceans.
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CHINFO released the latest Rhumb Lines installment focusing on the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS). The LCS program will be critical to our Navy’s ability to provide deterrence, sea control, and power projection around the world.
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A Parade for Us All, by Chief Mass Communications Specialist Jim Bane, NR NPASE East
It had been there for a little over two years. The uniform I wore in Iraq and for all but a handful of days in 2009. I’ve had no reason to wear it since my deployment ended but then I read where there was going to be a parade here in Richmond and in several other cities for vets of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan). READ MORE:
The Rhetoric of the Navy Fitrep: Faint Praise, Superlatives, and Everything In-Between, by Lt. Cmdr Jon Bush, NPASE-HQ Training Officer
There is an interesting Fitrep discussion in Herman Wouk’s landmark World War II novel, The Caine Mutinythat still has some relevance today. After a ragged beginning to his tour on the USS Caine, the main character, Ensign Willie Keith, encounters his first fitness report. READ MORE:
Yesterday, the Naranjo family buried a loving husband, adoring father, and faithful Navy Chief. Chief Mass Communications Specialist Brian Naranjo was buried Monday, February 13 at the Kansas Veterans’ Cemetery at Fort Riley with Navy Honors.