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RECRUIT REVIEW GRADUATION
November 17, 2017
TG-2: Divisions 009-016, and 902
The Navy has never required prospective recruits to demonstrate much in the way of Forrest Gump-ian running talent prior to reporting to Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, but changes are on the horizon.
Every week this year, on average, a sailor has taken their own life. Mid-way through suicide prevention month, the Navy is staring down one of the worst tolls for self-inflicted deaths in years -- and officials are attacking the problem from multiple angles, through training and resources while trying to foster a culture that doesn't stigmatize mental health.
After more than two months at sea, providing disaster relief in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, amphibious warship USS Kearsarge (LHD-3) returned to homeport at Naval Station Norfolk, Va. on Monday morning.
Seven out of 11 U.S. nuclear aircraft carriers are underway simultaneously for the first time in several years, USNI News has learned.
On Nov. 2, the Navy released the report of the Fleet Comprehensive Review conducted by Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command, Adm. Phil Davidson.
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