US Navy

DVIDS – News – The best decision of my life

DENVER – Damage Controlman 1st Class Casey Dean was born and raised in Salt Lake City. It was there that he and his two best friends decided to embark on a life-changing journey in the United States Navy. “My friends and I made a pact to join the Navy,” Dean …

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USS Rafael Peralta operates in the Sea of ​​Japan

JAPANESE SEA – USS Rafael Peralta (DDG 115) concludes a five-day multi-area maritime presence operation in the Sea of ​​Japan, June 11-15. The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer regularly operates in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of ​​operations, maintaining the readiness, flexibility and agility necessary to respond to changes in …

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The US Navy obtains the 1st TH-73A | Iranian Navy inducts 2 new ships

Americas Leonardo Helicopters delivered the keys to the US Navy’s first operational TH-73A helicopter at its AgustaWestland Philadelphia Corporation (Leonardo) plant in Philadelphia on June 10. Vice Admiral Kenneth Whitesell, Commander, Naval Air Forces, accepts keys accepted keys on behalf of Navy from Bill Hunt, CEO of Leonardo Helicopters. The …

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UK to sell E-3D to US Navy as ‘Doomsday’ trainer

June 14, 2021 through Gareth Jennings UK to sell one of its soon-to-retire Boeing E-3D Sentry Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEW & C) to the US Navy (USN) as a substitute trainer for the Boeing E-6B Mercury long endurance. command, control and communications aircraft (C3). With the UK …

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Stories of Honor: “We were a Navy family” | Local

The Navy complied with the rule, he said, requiring sailors to keep their living quarters and their ship-shaped and square-shaped appearance. “It was the old school,” Loomis said. For someone who grew up spending time in a nationally renowned restaurant, Navy food was sometimes hard to digest. “I used to …

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