CFAO Holds Change of Command

Story by PO2 Matthew Dickinson on 02/08/2019 WHITE BEACH, Okinawa -- Commander Fleet Activities Okinawa (CFAO) held a change of command ceremony at White Beach Naval Facility in Uruma City, Okinawa, Japan, Feb 8. Capt. Scott Hardy relieved Capt. Robert Mathewson and assumed duties as commander of Fleet Activities Okinawa.
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Fighting Saints Hold Change of Command

Fighting Saints Hold Change of Command By LT Matt Gottschalk, VFC-13 Public Affairs The "Saints" of Fighter Squadron Composite (VFC) 13 held an aerial change of command ceremony in the sky above Naval Air Station Fallon January 31. Cmdr. Andrew Craig relieved Cmdr. Brandon Harjer as commanding officer. The ceremony
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VITA Connects Service Members to Tax Support

Story by Patricia Babb on 01/29/2019 The 2019 tax season is now underway, and, once again, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is open to eligible Navy personnel, dependents, and retirees at select locations around the globe. VITA links active-duty and retired service members and their dependents, as well
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Latina follows Brothers into Naval Service

Story by Burrell Parmer on 01/23/2019 JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON (Jan. 23, 2019) Celebrating her 19th Birthday, Lesley Torres of Edinburg, Texas, enlisted in the U.S. Navy at the San Antonio Military Entrance Processing Station. Assisting her in journey of becoming a Sailor was her brother, Navy Counselor
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Three Meridian brothers join Army together

Story by Kayla Benson on 12/28/2018 Three brothers from Meridian, Idaho, enlisted in the U.S. Army within three weeks of each other, each choosing different military occupations. The brothers, Jonathan, Jeremiah and Micah Miller, will depart for Basic Combat Training in January, 2019, then separately attend their Advanced Individual Training
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NCSC Graduates Last Chaplain Class at Fort Jackson

By Cmdr. Leroy C. Young, Naval Chaplaincy School and Center Public Affairs FORT JACKSON, S.C. -- The Naval Chaplaincy School and Center (NCSC) conducted its final Basic Leadership Course (BLC) graduation at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, Dec. 13, before its relocation to Naval Station Newport, Rhode Island. NCSC moved to
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