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The “Dusty Dogs” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 7, stationed onboard Naval Station Norfolk, held a change of command ceremony Thursday, June 16th, to mark a transition of command leadership.
By Lt. AJ Baker, HSC-7 Public Affairs Officer | June 30, 2022
NORFOLK, Va. - The Dusty Dogs of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 7, stationed onboard Naval Station Norfolk, held a change of command ceremony Thursday, June 16th, to mark a transition of command leadership...

ATLANTIC OCEAN (June 4, 2022) Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Handling) 3rd Class Jihad Lake, assigned to the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77), signals an E/A-18G Growler attached to Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 140 during flight operations, June 4, 2022. The George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group (CSG) is underway completing a certification exercise to increase U.S. and allied interoperability and warfighting capability before a future deployment. The George H.W. Bush CSG is an integrated combat weapons system that delivers superior combat capability to deter, and if necessary, defeat America's adversaries in support of national security. Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 7 is the offensive air and strike component of CSG-10 and the George H.W. Bush CSG. The squadrons of CVW-7 are Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 143, VFA-103, VFA-86, VFA-136, VAQ-140, Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 121, HSC-5, and Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 46. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Brandon Roberson)
George H. W. Bush CSG Certified to Deploy
By Petty Officer 1st Class Ryan Riley, Carrier Strike Group 10 Public Affairs | June 30, 2022
NORFOLK, Va. – The Sailors, ships, squadrons and staffs of the George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group successfully completed the final deployment certification exercise, June 30...

220628-N-IE405-1052 NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY NAPLES, Italy (June 28, 2022) U.S. Naval Support Activity (NSA) Naples Security Officer Lt. Cmdr. Alex Lamis, front center, welcomes personnel from the Italian Air Force Security Team during NSA Naples' first Joint Response Force Interoperability Training for tactical team movement and active threat joint response tactics training in Capodichino, Italy, June 28, 2022.  NSA Naples is an operational ashore base that enables U.S., allied, and partner nation forces to be where they are needed, when they are needed to ensure security and stability in the European, African, and Central Command areas of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Indra Beaufort)
NSA Naples Conducts First Joint Response Force Interoperability Training
By Petty Officer 1st Class Indra Beaufort, Naval Support Activity Naples Public Affairs | June 30, 2022
NAPLES, Italy - Naval Support Activity (NSA) Naples’ Security Department hosted the installation’s first Joint Response Force Interoperability Training (JRFIT) for tactical team movement and active threat joint support...

Chief of Navy Reserve Fourth of July Message
Chief of Navy Reserve Fourth of July Message 2022
By Chief of Navy Reserve (CNR) Vice Adm. John Mustin | June 30, 2022
Greetings shipmates, As we celebrate July 4th this year, I extend my continued appreciation to you and your families for your dedicated, unwavering service to our great nation.    ...

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune staff are receiving comfort and support from four-legged friends. For the past several months, Beasley the Basset Hound, has been making her rounds in her Red Cross volunteer vest, providing treats for humans in the form of pets and cuddles.



Beasley and her owner make a stop to visit with staff from the Emergency Department.
Wagging tails and smiling faces: Therapy dogs bring comfort to Medical Center staff
By Michelle Cornell, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune | June 30, 2022
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune staff are receiving comfort and support from four-legged friends. For the past several months, Beasley the Basset Hound, has been making her rounds in her Red Cross...

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ARABIAN GULF (Dec. 16, 2017) Lightning strikes near the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) as it transits the Arabian Gulf. Theodore Roosevelt and its carrier strike group are deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations in support of maritime security operations to reassure allies and partners and preserve the freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce in the region. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by 1st Lt. Mark Vetere/Released)
Blog: Hazards of Lightning Strikes in Aviation
By Lt. Jason Whiteman, VP-45 | June 23, 2022
Lightning is a well-known but poorly understood weather phenomenon. While the specifics are still a mystery,the general idea is that collisions between particles causes them to ionize. Lighter particles, such as icecrystals,...

Naval Safety and Environmental Training Center visits USS George H. W. Bush
Naval Safety and Environmental Training Center Visits USS George H. W. Bush
By Public Affairs, USS George H. W. Bush | May 24, 2022
Instructors from Naval Safety and Environmental Training Center (NSETC) recently delivered the Safety Programs Afloat course to 68 prospective divisional safety petty officers aboard the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush...

Motorcycle Safety: Time to ‘Throttle’ Back and Reinforce Fundamentals
By Leslie Tomaino, Naval Safety Command Safety Promotions | May 12, 2022
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and Secretary of the Navy, The Honorable Carlos Del Toro, reaffirmed motorcycle safety remains the Department of the Navy’s (DON) priority in a recent ALNAV message...

101 Critical Days of Summer
Naval Safety Command Launches Annual '101 Critical Days of Summer' Campaign
By Sarah Langdon, Naval Safety Command Safety Promotions | May 5, 2022
Summer is right around the corner and it is time for the Naval Safety Command (NAVSAFECOM) annual “101 Critical Days of Summer” safety campaign. Summer is the longest vacation period of the year, and mishaps, as well as...

Representation of a Safety Awareness Dispatch issued by Naval Safety Command. Formerly known as Lessons Learned, the renamed product still provides relevant and timely safety lessons targeted to the naval enterprise.
Looking for Lessons Learned? The Name Has Changed, but the Focus Remains the Same
By Amy Robinson, Naval Safety Command Safety Promotions | April 6, 2022
The products previously known as Lessons Learned from the place formerly known as the Naval Safety Center are getting a new name: The naval enterprise will now receive Safety Awareness Dispatches from the Naval Safety...

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