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Running one of the most advanced Navy Fleets in the world requires an Officer who has the extensive training to maintain and operate these ships, their crews and their internal systems.Organization, leadership and decisiveness are the qualities we seek in our Surface Warfare Officers. Natural-born leaders, we are waiting for you here.

Running one of the most advanced Navy Fleets in the world requires an Officer who has the extensive training to maintain and operate these ships, their crews and their internal systems.

Organization, leadership and decisiveness are the qualities we seek in our Surface Warfare Officers. Natural-born leaders, we are waiting for you here.

Around the World Wednesday: USS Truxtun departs the Marathi NATO pier facility following a scheduled port visit to the Greek island of Crete. Crete is well-known for its place in Greek mythology, including the Idaion cave at Mount Ida, which was the birthplace of the god Zeus.

Around the World Wednesday: USS Truxtun departs the Marathi NATO pier facility following a scheduled port visit to the Greek island of Crete. Crete is well-known for its place in Greek mythology, including the Idaion cave at Mount Ida, which was the birthplace of the god Zeus.

America’s Navy operates with bottlenose dolphins as a means of locating and marking mines that are on the sea floor, tethered in the water column or in shallow water. Dolphins are an EOD units best friend.

America’s Navy operates with bottlenose dolphins as a means of locating and marking mines that are on the sea floor, tethered in the water column or in shallow water. Dolphins are an EOD units best friend.

Construimus, Batuimus“We Build, We Fight” is the motto of the Naval Construction Battalion, also known as the Seabees.Here we see the Seabee Combat Enlisted insignia bearing a flying bee fighting mad, wearing a white hat on its head and holding a submachine gun, wrench, and carpenter’s hammer that represents both the defensive and logistical duties that the Naval Construction Battalion is responsible for.

Construimus, Batuimus
“We Build, We Fight” is the motto of the Naval Construction Battalion, also known as the Seabees.
Here we see the Seabee Combat Enlisted insignia bearing a flying bee fighting mad, wearing a white hat on its head and holding a submachine gun, wrench, and carpenter’s hammer that represents both the defensive and logistical duties that the Naval Construction Battalion is responsible for.

On this day in 1900, America’s Navy accepted its first submarine. Today, submarines like the USS Maine are some of the most complex technological machines ever built. You won’t see it, you won’t hear it, but it’s there executing its mission.

The diversity of our Enlisted Sailors and Officers is what makes us America’s Navy. See the many faces that embody our values of Honor, Courage and Commitment: http://bit.ly/1hlcXyl

Around the World Wednesday: Sailors aboard the USS Stout conduct morning colors in Haifa, Israel. Haifa is the third largest city in Israel and is rich in art, culture and Israeli history.

Around the World Wednesday: Sailors aboard the USS Stout conduct morning colors in Haifa, Israel. Haifa is the third largest city in Israel and is rich in art, culture and Israeli history.

Named after an island that was seized by the U.S. Marine Raiders in WWII, the USS Makin Island carries its namesake’s legacy as a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, bringing the fight right up to enemy lines. This vessel is capable of rapidly deploying landing craft, VTOL attack planes, helicopters and amphibious assault vehicles.

Named after an island that was seized by the U.S. Marine Raiders in WWII, the USS Makin Island carries its namesake’s legacy as a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, bringing the fight right up to enemy lines. This vessel is capable of rapidly deploying landing craft, VTOL attack planes, helicopters and amphibious assault vehicles.

April is the Month of the Military Child, and we celebrate some of the strongest members of America’s Navy family: children of Sailors.

April is the Month of the Military Child, and we celebrate some of the strongest members of America’s Navy family: children of Sailors.