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  • Things to Know: Navy College Program Updates

    As part of the software backbone used to support the functionality of the Navy College Program website and Navy College Virtual Education Center (NCVEC), the Navy College Management Information System (NCMIS) is continually updated. See the new updates at www.navycollege.navy.mil.
  • Fleet Rating Experts Critical to Advancement Exams

    Navy chiefs (E7 - E9) interested in shaping the future of their ratings are needed to serve as Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) for upcoming Advancement Examination Readiness Reviews (AERRs). See NAVADMIN 134/18 for details.
  • Learning and Development Roadmaps Updated with Bookmarks

    Learning and Development Roadmap (LaDR) documents are now available with bookmarks! This new functionality allows Sailors to easily navigate a LaDR and print specific sections by selecting the bookmark tab on the left-hand side. Supervisors can best target a Sailor's career development board by selecting only key focus areas to print. Download LaDRs at https://www.cool.navy.mil/usn/ or MyNavy Portal.
  • Alcohol Awareness Month

    April is Alcohol Awareness Month. If you think your drinking is impacting your work or relationships, or if you suspect you may be struggling with addiction, the Navy's non-disciplinary self-referral process allows you to seek help and remain an active duty Sailor. For more details click on the link https://www.navy.mil/ah_online/ftrStory.asp?issue=3&id=109245
  • Senior Chief Quotas

    Check out the stats for promotion to senior chief the cycle 241 FY20 for active-duty E-8 advancement selection board there are a total of 1,653 quotas for 12,764 eligible E-7 Sailors. Click on link for more information https://www.navy.mil/ah_online/ftrStory.asp?issue=3&id=109329
  • Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

    Although this is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, SAAPM is year round. We must commit to possess the courage necessary to conduct ourselves with respect for our fellow Sailors. It is up to all of us to target destructive behaviors with active prevention and create healthy norms and communities for our One Navy Team.
  • 2019 Navy's Social Media Handbook

    Navy service members, family and civilians learn how you can become an effective communicator using the Navy's social media platforms properly by following some basic guidelines. Tell our Navy's story creatively and safely. Visit the latest version of the Navy's Social Media Handbook 2019 at www.navy.mil/socialmedia.
  • Navy Returns to Flying Union Jack NAVADMIN 039/19

    All U.S. Navy ships will return to the custom of displaying the union jack beginning at morning colors Tuesday, June 4, 2019. That date commemorates the beginning of the Battle of Midway, the greatest naval battle in history. For more than 240 years, the union jack, flying proudly from jackstaffs aboard U.S. Navy warships, has symbolized the strengths of America.
  • New Electronic Health Record Integrates All Aspects of Care

    MHS Genesis is an electronic health record that integrates all aspects of care in the Military Health System; it connects the provider to the patient, and is integral in the provision and coordination of safe, quality care. Read more information on how your medical information is stored at https://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=109308
  • Navy Promotes Education to 'Protect Our Species' on Earth Day

    The U.S. Navy's global presence provides numerous opportunities to positively affect the environment in their communities - not just on Earth Day, but throughout the year. This year's theme is "Protect Our Species." For more information visit https://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=109306

This Day in Naval History - Apr 25 History RSS

Story Number: NNS020424-06  Release Date: 4/24/2002 11:30:00

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  • 1862 - Union Flag Officer David G. Farraguts fleet sails into New Orleans, La., after long preparation and fierce battles while passing through the Confederate defenses of Fort Jackson and Fort St. Philip the previous day.

    1914 - In the first use of U.S. Navy aircraft in a combat situation, Lt. j.g. P.N.L. Bellinger made a flight from USS Mississippis aviation unit at Vera Cruz, Mexico, to observe the city and make preliminary search for mines in the harbor.

    1944 - USS Crevalle (SS 291) sinks Japanese army cargo ship Kashiwa Maru, north of Borneo and USS Guvania (SS 362) sinks Japanese army cargo ship Tetsuyo Maru, northwest of Chichi Jima.

    1957 - USS Forrestal (CVA 59) and USS Lake Champlain (CVS 39), with accompanying destroyers, enter the Eastern Mediterranean to support King Hussein of Jordans government from a possible coup conspiracy. The planned coup failed.

    1959 - USS Eversole (DD 789) rescues 14 Chinese Nationalist fishermen from their sinking fishing trawler in the Formosa Strait.

    1998 - The first-in-class Impeccable (T-AGOS 23), an ocean surveillance ship designed to gather acoustic data, detect and track submarines, is launched from Pascagoula, Miss. The ship is given to Military Sealift Command to be operated by both civilian and military crew members.

    1998 - The destroyer USS McFaul (DDG 74) is commissioned at Garden City Terminal in Savannah, Ga., before departing for her homeport of Norfolk, Va. The 24th Arleigh Burke-class destroyer is named after Chief Petty Officer Donald L. McFaul, a Navy SEAL who posthumously received the Navy Cross for attempting to save a platoon mate on Dec. 20, 1989, while serving in Panama during Operation Just Cause.

    2009 - Destroyer USS Truxtun (DDG 103) is commissioned at Naval Weapons Station Charleston, S.C., before cruising to her homeport at Naval Station Norfolk, Va.

    2009 - Boeings new P8-A Poseidon test jet, a 737-based submarine hunter for the Navy that will replace the P3-C Orion, flies for first flight from Renton, Va., to Boeing Field, Seattle, Wash.
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