Below the Surface

Story by PO2 Alfred Coffield on 07/02/2019 Behind the dive school building at the Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center (NDSTC) in Panama City, Fla., is a training pool. At first glance, it looks like a normal swimming pool. The steam rises as hot air meets the chilled water and
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MCSC, PEO LS, LOGCOM, I&L leaders meet to discuss acquisition sustainment

Story by Matt Gonzales on 06/28/2019 Identifying ways to efficiently sustain existing systems is vital to the Corps, but this responsibility is easier said than done. On June 11, senior officials from Marine Corps Systems Command, Marine Corps Logistics Command, Program Executive Officer Land Systems and Headquarters Installations and Logistic
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New York Army National Guard Finance unit heading for Afghanistan

Story by SGT Andrew Valenza on 06/27/2019 WHITESTONE, Queens, N.Y.--Twenty-five New York Army National Guard Soldiers said goodbye to their families and friends as they prepared to leave for a nine month deployment to Afghanistan on June 26. At a farewell ceremony held at the American Legion Post in Whitestone,
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville and reserve units earn Navy Blue H Health Promotion and Wellness award

Story by Yan Kennon on 06/12/2019 Naval Hospital Jacksonville its hospital and five naval branch health clinics (NBHCs), Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Jacksonville, Operational Health Support Unit Jacksonville Headquarters, and 17 of Operational Health Support Unit Jacksonville's detachments have earned the Navy Surgeon General's Health Promotion and Wellness Blue
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NY National Guard Leaders Honor World War II Veterans on D-Day

Story by COL Richard Goldenberg on 06/06/2019 ALBANY, N.Y. --New York National Guard leaders honored World War II veterans of the allied landings of Normandy on the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion with presentations of state medals at five veterans homes across New York State on June 6, 2019.
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NewYork Army National Guard officer honored for academic excellence

Story by Eric Durr on 06/06/2019 ALBANY, N.Y.--For the past couple of years, when Maj. Keith Casserly wasn't on the job as unit commander of the New York Army National Guard's Medical Command, he's been in class, the library, or testing air quality in Albany. The work paid off i
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