NAVY IN SAN DIEGO

Lost, But Not Forgotten

Story by PO2 Johans Chavarro on 02/01/2017 PEARL HARBOR - From the deck of the battleship USS Utah (BB 31), the three planes passing over the harbor entrance shortly before 8:00 a.m. on Dec. 7, 1941, sparked no concerns for Sailors topside. They attributed their presence to what they believed
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A port, ship stir fond memories of Uncle Joe'

Story by Brian Melanephy on 01/31/2017 PORT HUENEME, Calif. On December 6, 1941 Joseph Vincent Brahosky was a coal miner at the Jameson Coal Company in Greenburg, Pennsylvania who got up every work day, donned coal mining gear and went underground to collect a precious resource vital to industry and
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Russell Egnor Navy Media Awards (NMA) Submission: Local Chief becomes world champion

Story by PO2 Derek Paumen on 01/31/2017 Naval Station Great Lakes personnel continue to go above and beyond, both in their military and personal careers, as NSGL is now home to a jiu-jitsu world champion. Chief Master-at-Arms Lorenzo Garcia won the blue belt master 1 super heavy division at the
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Navy Nurse helps Staff with Self Mastery

Story by William Love on 01/30/2017 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas -- Naval Health Clinic (NHC) Corpus Christi staff completed the Franklin Covey seminar "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" Jan. 27. The three-day workshop, founded on the teachings of author Dr. Stephen R. Covey, and geared toward people who manage several
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Russell Egnor Navy Media Awards (NMA) Submission: Local Chief becomes world champion

Naval Station Great Lakes personnel continue to go above and beyond, both in their military and personal careers, as NSGL is now home to a jiu-jitsu world champion. Chief Master-at-Arms Lorenzo Garcia won the blue belt master 1 super heavy division at the World Master jiu-jitsu International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation
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Shipmate in the Spotlight: Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Sherwin Mora

Story by Brayton Metzger on 01/23/2017 A feeling of calm washes over Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Sherwin Mora as the light fades to black onstage. As the music changes to low and heavy drum beats, Mora's calm begins to diminish, replaced by a sense of purpose. He moves to center
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