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Ryan Leone, a rising senior from the University of Pennsylvania, is spending his summer in Falls Church, Va., interning with the Defense Health Agency.

Serving those who serve

FALLS CHURCH, VA – Aspiring to become a physician in the United States Army, Ryan Leone is hoping to dedicate his life to serving those who serve...

Guam is hooked on seafood - and you should be, too!

Nothing says life on a tropical island like an abundance of fresh fish. And nothing says “Taste of Guam” more than the myriads of ways it is...

Female Navy recruits are fitted by Navy Exchange Uniform Issue employees at Recruit Training Command. Women in the Navy will soon have more hairstyle options while in uniform, according to an announcement about upcoming changes to female grooming standards.  SETH SCHAEFFER/U.S. NAVY PHOTO

Navy OKs ponytails, locks and other hairstyles for female sailors

Women in the Navy will soon have more hairstyle options while in uniform, according to an announcement Wednesday about upcoming changes to female...

SBA looks to reach more veterans with loans and programs to start businesses

Hernán Luis y Prado, who owns a machine shop and manufacturing facility in San Diego, said he feels like he still works with a military team –...

Navy updates Pregnancy and Parenthood app

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy updated the Pregnancy and Parenthood mobile app that provides Sailors with the latest information and resources on...

ATLANTIC OCEAN (May 26, 2018) Culinary Specialist Seaman Recruit Hannah Defreeze, from Tulsa, Okla., chops radishes in the galley aboard the Harpers Ferry-class dock landing ship USS Oak Hill (LSD 51), May 26, 2018. Oak Hill, homeported in Virginia Beach, Va., is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jessica L. Dowell/Released)

Registered dietitians now available throughout the fleet

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy announced an initiative to provide registered dietitians to units throughout the fleet in NAVADMIN 160/18, released...

Summer vacation is the start of travel season for many military families. When traveling overseas, you should know what to do in the event of illness or other health issues.

Summer Travel: Getting Care While Overseas

Summer vacation is the start of travel season for many military families. TRICARE covers you when you travel on business or take a vacation with...
Airmen from the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command meet with Royal Thai military officials and a Thai engineering company to advise and assist in the rescue operation June 30, 2018, at Chiang Rai, Thailand. A search and rescue team was sent to Tham Luang cave in Northern Thailand at the request of the Royal Thai government to assist in the rescue of the missing Thai soccer players and their coach. (JESSICA TAIT/U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO)

Okinawa-based Special Operations airmen involved in Thai cave rescue

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — Dozens of U.S. military personnel, including pararescue airmen based in Okinawa, were part of a multinational effort that...

Navy Cmdr. Bryce Benson. (U.S. NAVY)

Former Fitzgerald commander pleads not guilty to three criminal charges from collision

WASHINGTON – The former commanding officer of the Navy destroyer USS Fitzgerald pleaded not guilty Tuesday to criminal charges stemming from the...

Luna

Pet of the week: Luna

All I want is love love love! Relaxing in the grass and sleeping by the kiddie pool are what I enjoy most with my day as a 1 and a half year old...

Photos courtesy of Guam Governer’s Office/Mayors’ Council of Guam

Guam Liberation Festival back through July 22

Summer just wouldn’t be summer on Guam without the island’s signature yearly carnival, night market and Liberation Parade.
 
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Cetaceans the team may see during MACS include the Bryde’s whale, rough-toothed dolphin, melon-headed whale, and sperm whale (Photos: NOAA Fisheries/Adam Ü, Amanda Bradford, Marie Hill, Adam Ü).

NOAA Survey to track whales and dolphins in the Mariana Archipelago

There is more than one way to find a whale. From the deck of a boat, you might spot them surfacing for air, exhaling from their blowholes, or...

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