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CIWT Hosts CTI Occupational Standards Workshop

Story by Glenn Sircy on 01/17/2019 PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Twenty-five subject matter experts (SMEs) from the cryptologic technician (interpretive) (CTI) community and the Navy Manpower Analysis Center (NAVMAC) met for an occupational standards (OCCSTDS) review workshop for the CTI rating at the Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) onboard Naval
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Officer Candidate School Graduations Now Being Live Streamed

Story by Scottt Thornbloom on 01/15/2019 From Naval Service Training Command Public Affairs Office NEWPORT, R.I. -- The graduations of the Navy's newest officers are now available live from Officer Training Command (OTC). OTC is now broadcasting its Officer Candidate School (OSC) graduations on the internet so that family, friend
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A Double Dose of Maoza

Story by PO3 Reymundo Villegas on 01/15/2019 ARABIAN SEA-- Twin siblings share a variety of things growing up matching outfits, friends, hairstyles; the list goes on. Twin sisters Ens. Genesis Maoza, assigned to USS Rushmore (LSD 47), and Ens. Faith Maoza, assigned to Navy Information Operations Command Hawaii, are no
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NAS Pensacola Religious Ministries Celebrates 40th Birthday of Religious Programs Specialist Rating

Story by Bruce Cummins on 01/14/2019 PENSAOCLA, Fla. The Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola Religious Ministries Department observed the 40th birthday of the Religious Programs Specialist (RP) rating with a ceremony at the Aviation Memorial Chapel Jan. 14 onboard NAS Pensacola. The brief ceremony, which featured remarks from former U.S.
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Navy Medicine's Physical Therapist of Year Focused Daily on the Mission

Story by PO1 Brannon Deugan on 01/14/2019 Lt. Cmdr. Marissa Greene, associate director of Clinical Support Services, Naval Hospital Pensacola (NHP), was recently named Navy Medicine's Physical Therapy Senior Officer of the Year for 2018. Out of more than 100 physical therapists, Greene was selected for her leadership, innovative strategie
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Birmingham, Ala. Native retires after 30 years of Naval Service

Story by Burrell Parmer on 12/17/2018 SAN ANTONIO - (Dec. 14, 2018) Accumulating 30 years of service, Command Master Chief Eric Mays of Birmingham, Ala., assigned to Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, retired from the U.S. Navy during a ceremony held on the campus of the University of the Incarnate
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