Some Sailors find themselves in voids more often than others. These Sailors are level one coating surveyors, but are often referred to as void divers. They are trained to climb into tanks, bilges and ventilation shafts to inspect for corrosion and coating (paint) failure.
On the Nimitz class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75), petty officers up and down the promotional ladder work to undertake command—level challenges to improve productivity and morale.
Amphibious assault ship USS Boxer (LHD 4) successfully completed a replenishment—at—sea (RAS) with fleet replenishment oiler USNS Yukon (T—AO 202), March 23.
During the spring 2019 cycle, two hundred and thirty nine first—class petty officers onboard the Nimitz—class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) were the first to be put to the test.
Gray clouds overheard and rain on the horizon don’t deter her from running a few miles at Noland Park, March 3. The rhythmic beat of feet pounding on the pavement can be heard as a lone Sailor, dedicated to achieving her personal and professional goals, adds more miles to the countless …
Recruit Training Command was selected as a recipient of the Retention Excellence Award for Fiscal Year 2018.
As Navy Medicine began the journey towards high reliability in 2014, senior leaders identified a need for champions to drive the organization toward a culture of health care quality and patient safety excellence. As a result, the role of Chief Medical Officer/Chief Dental Officer was embraced.
Amid cheers, shouts and laughter, some recruits are shooting basketballs, spiking volleyballs, and competing to see who can do the most push—ups while others are sprinting in relay races.
USS Constitution crewmembers are taking part in a 12—week training centered on ‘Old Ironsides’ history led by USS Constitution Museum and Naval History and Heritage Command from Jan. 15 — April 9.