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Secretary of the Navy Experiences Naval Air Training's High-Velocity Learning in South Texas

Story by LT Michelle Tucker on 01/11/2019 Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer got a first-hand look at how the Navy trains aviators during a visit to Naval Air Stations Corpus Christi and Kingsville, Texas, Jan. 9-10. Spencer met with Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA) staff, student naval
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Gainesville Naval Flight Officer presented Wings of Gold After 50 Years

By Midshipman Jennifer Fillebrown, University of Florida Navy ROTC Almost 50 years late, a former Navy officer was pinned with his "Wings of Gold" and presented his official certificate designating him as a naval flight officer (NFO). Willard Ray Kesling, PhD, a former Navy lieutenant and presently the director of
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Military Dog Tag inspired Navy Veteran's Collection

By HM1 (SW/AW) Paul A. Trusdell, for Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi Public Affairs CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Nov. 21, 2018) An old military dog tag on sale at a Corpus Christi, Texas antique shop inspired a Navy veteran's passion for history and a sense of duty to those who have
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DOD units supporting DHS along southwest border

Story by TSgt Joe Laws on 10/31/2018 PRESS RELEASE 18 10-003 Oct. 31, 2018 DOD units supporting DHS along southwest border PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. The Department of Homeland Security has requested the Department of Defense to provide a range of assistance, including planning, engineering, transportation, logistics and medical
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CIWT Det. Goodfellow Sailors Honor Navy Pilot Killed During Vietnam War

SAN ANGELO, Texas Sailors from commands in Texas came together to honor Cmdr. Charles Goodwin at the Texas State Veterans Cemetery at Abilene, Oct. 12. The Sailors were from the Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) Det. Goodfellow, Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Lemoore Learning Site Goodfellow, Training
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Texas army reserve unit takes to bay, performs water operations training at NASCC, CCAD

Story by Quentin Johnson on 09/26/2018 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas Once again, U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers took to the Corpus Christi Bay to conduct training for real world water operations early September 2018. More than 40 Soldiers with the 288th Quartermaster Company, 373rd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Victoria, Texas, set their
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NHCCC corpsman to White House Medical Unit

Story by William Love on 09/18/2018 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Sept. 18, 2018) -- Navy Petty Officer 1st Class (Fleet Marine Force) Toan T. Tran, a Navy hospital corpsman at Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi, transferred to begin a three-year assignment at the White House Medical Unit (WHMU). He was the
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NHCCC corpsman to White House Medical Unit

Story by William Love on 09/18/2018 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Sept. 18, 2018) -- Navy Petty Officer 1st Class (Fleet Marine Force) Toan T. Tran, a Navy hospital corpsman at Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi, transferred to begin a three-year assignment at the White House Medical Unit (WHMU). He was the
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NHCCC Red Cross Volunteers Praised

Story by William Love on 08/13/2018 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (Aug. 9, 2018) -- Naval Health Clinic Corpus Christi Red Cross volunteers were recognized at morning colors, today. The 10-person team was praised for devoting over 2,000 volunteer hours to the main pharmacy and refill pharmacy, as well as assisting patient
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Sailor Meritoriously Promoted at Camp Lemonnier

Story by PO2 Jared Walker on 08/09/2018 CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti The Meritorious Advancement Program (MAP) authorizes commanding officers (COs) to advance eligible personnel in paygrades E5 and below to the next higher paygrade. Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Xavier LaCouture, a military working dog handler at Camp Lemonnier, was advanced under MAP
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NBHC Kingsville hospital corpsman works to minimize disease

By Rod Hafemeister for NHCCC public affairs office KINGSVILLE, Texas (July 24, 2018) -- It happens every year: South Texas is dry for weeks, then it rains and then come the mosquitoes. "They can lay their eggs in even the smallest amount of water," said Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Jessica
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