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05/13/2021

🚨Navy is hiring 24-7-365🚨

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05/13/2021

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05/13/2021

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#ThrowbackThursday: Navy Yard Pearl Harbor was established on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu by the U.S. Navy today in 1908 as a mid-Pacific coaling and repair station.

Military facilities on the islands of Hawaii have proven to be vital for the defense of the U.S. and its interests. #TBT

The capabilities provided by the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard enable the U.S. Navy to secure sea lanes of communication and commerce across the Pacific and Indian oceans.

Learn More: ➡️ https://go.usa.gov/xHAAd

05/12/2021
05/12/2021
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05/11/2021

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05/11/2021

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Every day is safety day ⚠️

Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Equipment) 2nd Class Michael Ruiz, from San Antonio, watches an F/A-18E Super Hornet assigned to the “Blue Diamonds” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 146 launch from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), May 4.

📷 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Eduardo Torres https://go.usa.gov/xHwfS

05/10/2021

The Navy has career opportunities in a lot of different fields. Are you ready to take advantage of what the Navy has to offer?

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05/10/2021

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Hello Monday 💪
#mondaymotivation

Sailors assigned to the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Paul Ignatius (DDG 117), haul in line during a sea-and-anchor evolution aboard the Paul Ignatius.

📷 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nathan T. Beard https://go.usa.gov/xH7cv

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05/06/2021

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05/06/2021
05/06/2021

Meet AD1 Tiffani Witcher! Petty Officer Witcher is an #AviationMachinistsMate currently working as a Recruit Division Commander.

Witcher left her hometown of #Penhook #Virginia to work in #Richmond when she was 19. After some time working several jobs, she decided to forge a new path for her life.

“I was actually training to become a state trooper, and one day I just had a light bulb go off. I want to do something bigger, I decided I wanted to support my country, do something bigger than myself.”

She had a few different jobs offered, but something about being an AD was exceptionally interesting to her.

“I didn’t know anything about airplanes, but okay, that sounds like a thriller. Let’s go for it. You’re saying hands-on work? Yes. I love everything about my job.”

The job of an AD, or Aviation Machinist’s Mate, is to make aircraft engines and their related systems function properly. After 12 years, Witcher has worked on the engines of the #P3COrion and #SuperHornet . She doesn’t shy away from opportunities for new experiences.

“I’m all for the thrilling experience. We started seeing a different breed of Sailors coming into the fleet, and I thought, why not be able to train them from the beginning? I was like, I think I could be an RDC. I was definitely attracted to challenging myself and upcoming Sailors.”

Witcher’s challenge for her recruits is to remain focused during adversity. She reminds them that there’s something that drove them to become Sailors.

“It gets tough for me at times too, but there’s a reason I want to be here. I tell all of my recruits to stay focused on the bigger picture. Stay focused and motivated throughout their career, remember why they wanted to do this in the beginning.”

What’s part of AD1’s bigger picture?

“The whole God, family, country thing, it’s all me. From day one, I knew this is for them. I just know that this job makes them proud. Joy is in absolutely doing a great job in honor of the way I feel about them.”

Witcher speaks with her family daily, and likes to spend her free time fishing and kayaking. She’s also excited to take her jeep out now that the weather is turning warmer. She is also thinking about where she wants to go next.

“I’m trying to do Blue Angels after RTC. It goes back to the thriller. I want to fix engines, and be part of an air show to make people smile and be fun.”

#Hooyah AD1 Witcher!

05/05/2021

Here is a list on why the Navy Reserves is a good choice. If you feel like this could benefit you or anyone you know contact us or pass our information down to those who could take advantage of the Navy Reserves!!! 💰🌎💪🏽

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05/05/2021

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05/05/2021

This week's #testimonialtuesday is about Electronics Technician 2nd Class (ET2) Abel Alderete who is stationed at Naval Air Station Key West (NASKW).

Hometown: Weatherford, Texas
Where do you work: Ground Electronics
How long have you been at NASKW: 1 year, 8 months
What's your favorite thing about working here: The people in my division.
Your favorite food: Sushi
Special interests/talents: Working on my truck and playing Call of Duty: Zombies
When we are able to travel again, where would you like to go: Japan
Your COVID hand-washing song: “Marianas Trench” by August Burns Red
If you had $1 million, what would you do with it: I would restore my truck to be brand new, and invest half of what’s left in stocks and the other half would go in savings.

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05/03/2021
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04/30/2021

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It doesn't get easier, but you get stronger 🏋️
#fitnessfriday

📷 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Dean M. Cates

Details ➡️ https://go.usa.gov/xHUzU

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04/29/2021

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🚨🗣Would you like to serve your Country while staying Home?🗣🚨.                      Serve your Country with the ability t...
04/29/2021

🚨🗣Would you like to serve your Country while staying Home?🗣🚨.

Serve your Country with the ability to stay home while working for the Navy part time! You could also opt into deployments and have the opportunity to travel the world! 🌎 ✈️ 🚢

The Navy Reserves allows you to maneuver your Navy career with more flexibility! 1 weekend and a month and 2 weeks per year you drill on base while getting to stay home and continuing your career/life you had before joining the Navy!

It could be for you and it starts with a phone call.📱 (682) 587-7861

#usnavy #military #navy #sailor #usnavyreserves #usnavyseabees #usnavysecurityforces
#reserves #navywantsyou #findwhereyoubelong

04/29/2021
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04/28/2021

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04/28/2021
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04/28/2021

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04/27/2021

🚨We are Hiring🚨 Wether you join Active(Full Time) or Reserve(Part Time) you are giving yourself an opportunity to grow and yourself up for success!!! 🏆💰🎓

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04/27/2021
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04/22/2021

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04/22/2021
04/21/2021
04/21/2021

As we continue #SanAntonio #NavyWeek, check out this infographic about the Naval heritage of Texas! Naval History & Heritage Command #NHHC #navalhistory #sanantonioveterans

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PLEASE ATTEND AND SHARE WITH YOUR PEERS. Post Acute Medical to present nurse education grant to disabled Navy Veteran. Allen, TX – Post Acute Medical Rehabilitation Hospital of Allen will host an event honoring disabled Navy Veteran, Jeremy Morel, for his selfless service to our country and recognize his perseverance throughout recent hardships he has faced. Jeremy will be presented with a $5,000.00 education grant to assist with fulfilling his dream of becoming a Registered Nurse. This event will take place at Post Acute Medical Rehabilitation Hospital of Allen: Friday January 10th at noon. 1001 Raintree Cir. - Allen, TX - 75013 This Veteran grant was inspired by a chance meeting between brand new Uber driver and an Uber user. During his visit to Dallas, owner and president of Post Acute Medical, LLC, Anthony Misitano had the pleasure of meeting Uber driver Jeremy Morel. As they made their way to AT&T Stadium, Jeremy shared his story with Mr. Misitano, who was captivated by Jeremy’s positive attitude and unwillingness to give up on his dream of becoming a nurse. Mr. Misitano was inspired and knew that he wanted to help this Veteran in some way. Mr. Misitano stated, “During the last month I have been reflecting on the success I’ve had personally, professionally, and my good fortune throughout my life. I spent a lot of time thinking about a way I could give back, and pay it forward, and then this Uber ride happened. After hearing his story, I knew I had to find a way to help him.” Post Acute Medical has a great military affairs division dedicated to supporting and advocating for military Veterans by connecting them with a multitude of services and programs. This event is another example of how passionate the company is toward our military and those who have served. PAM Rehabilitation hospital of Allen’s CEO, Jenny Beuerlein, will be hosting the event along with Vice President of Military Affairs, Dan Blasini. Please address any questions to: Jenny Beuerlein, Chief Executive Officer Post Acute Medical Physical Rehabilitation Hospital of Allen 1001 Raintree Cir. - Allen, TX - 75013 214.418.3216 C 972.908.2009 O [email protected]
Yesterday, I attended the retirement ceremony of FORCM (SW/AW/EXW/FMF) Lance D. Kitchens. There was a Facebook Live video of the ceremony, will that be posted here?
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