Navy/Marine Corps News Highlights for the week of Oct. 7 - 13, 2006
Story Number: NNS061012-05
From the Navy News Service www.news.navy.mil
WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Headlines Ashore and Afloat for the week ending Oct. 13, 2006:
- Advancement incentives for Individual Augmentees are announced.
- Navy Special Warfare introduces new ratings to the community.
- The Navy’s 10th and final Nimitz-class carrier, USS George H. W. Bush (CVN 77) is christened.
- USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) returns to the fleet.
- Elements of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit prepare for deployment.
- Marines in light attack helicopter squadrons are the first and last to touch the helos during a mission.
Chief of Naval Operations’ Navy Birthday Message :29
Employer of Choice – Vacation Benefits :29
Surface Warfare Officer :29
- Marines practice rappelling in West Virginia.
- Marine Corps Security Forces Bahrain members practice their marksmanship skills.
- Service members participate in the annual Wilderness Challenge.
- Electronic voting options are highlighted.
- Three Navy bases receive Presidential awards in federal energy management.
- Command Senior Enlisted Leaders are authorized to wear the Command Master Chief badge in its original size and location.
Thinking of You :29
Our Town :29
Navy Trivia :29
- The Navy helps send a replica of the exploring ship DISCOVERY to England.
- Naval Station Rota Firefighters receive an international award for heroism.
- Sailors aboard USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) help a child realize his dream.
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