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09/16/2021

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09/16/2021

🚨Here is the Game Plan… Now you just have to get in the Game!!!🚨

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09/15/2021

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09/15/2021

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09/14/2021

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09/14/2021

Do you want to make the Navy a better place? Now is your chance. The Navy’s Culture of Excellence is set on building strong Sailors committed to having each other’s backs. When we commit to doing the right thing every day, we are stronger together.

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09/13/2021

⚓️The U.S. Navy is undoubtedly a job for adventurers & those who want to be apart of something bigger than themselves Here’s a list of advantages of this life changing opportunity 🙌🏽 and what are the main reasons to join? Sound interesting? Then keep on 👀 reading!

🌍 Travel the world
 The Navy is a job like no other, as it gives you the chance to explore and travel the world. You'll meet incredible people, see amazing sights, and experience exciting cultural traditions. Don't forget the best part, which is exploring the endless oceans! You'll see beautiful beaches and sunny skies, all while learning from some of the most experienced individuals in the world. It's a win-win!
 
 ✨ Opportunities to grow
 Joining the Navy gives you many opportunities to push your career forward, which is one of the main reasons many individuals choose to join. You could work your way up the ladder just like some of our first females in leadership roles and minorities like, Secretary of the Navy 🇨🇺Carlos Del Toro!
 
📚 Free education and training
 In the Navy provides world-class training to all of its Sailors and even pays almost all of the expenses of your tuition fees. Their main aim is to train amazing leaders, so they want you to have the best of the best. 🚢 You can even study abroad your ship in some cases!
 
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While joining the Navy or military might not be for everyone, it certainly is one of the most rewarding jobs in the world. You can explore, learn, and, most importantly, make the world a better place. Whatever you decide, remember to trust your instincts and go with your gut. 🤞🏽 Good luck!! DM for more details

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09/13/2021

🚨Motivation Monday🚨When the heat hits that skillet, be the Tortilla that puffs up! Don’t let anyone hold you down and keep you from becoming the best version of yourself! Get your Career started and enjoy the benefits of Free Healthcare 🏥 and Free College 📚 !

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09/11/2021

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Today, we remember and honor all those who were lost on September 11th. 🇺🇸 #PatriotDay #ForgedByTheSea

09/08/2021

Meet OS2 Imani White! She is currently serving as an #instructor at #FreedomHall at the #Navy ‘s only #Bootcamp

White had been working and going to school in #CobbCounty #Georgia before deciding to enlist. Her father, who is also a Sailor, and mother expressed that they thought the Navy was the right choice for her.

“I was young, I needed some guidance, I needed something stable, and I needed a stepping stone for my life. I think I’ve gotten all that out of the military and I’m continuing my schoolwork now.”

OS2 started out as a deck seaman aboard a “small boy”, a term describing ships such as cruisers or destroyers. She originally planned to do an initial contract, get out, and take advantage of the G.I. Bill to finish her education. Now, she’s certain she will stay and find success.

“Now that I’m in the military, it’s not hard. It’s not hard to advance or progress. And now being here (RTC) or even in the fleet, you get the opportunity to provide the guidance that I needed growing up to the younger Sailors.”

White looks forward being part of the training team and seeing the next generation of Sailors. She feels good motivating recruits, and passing on what she’s learned. To her, mentorship can be practiced at any rank.

“You have to put in the work. You have to study and get good evals. I feel like if you have the right chain of command, the right guidance and mentorship, there’s a lot of things in place that can help you get to where you want to be.”

At home, White focuses on family time with her husband and son. While a full-time mom, she already has her next destination in mind.

“Once I leave here, [I want] to go overseas. As long as I’ve been in, I’ve never been stationed overseas!”

#Hooyah OS2 White!

09/08/2021

🚨🚨I’m just out here trying to Spice up your Life Potential! 🚨🚨To make your life a little more exciting, hit me up to get your Career started so you can enjoy the benefits of World Travel 🚢 Free Healthcare 🏥 and Free College 📚 !

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09/08/2021

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09/07/2021

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What are our core values in the Navy?

“Honor, Courage, Commitment”

These words will come up quite a bit during your service so store these in your brain and tune into our pop quiz later this week to test your Sailor knowledge. #ForgedByTheSea

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09/07/2021

RTC Night of Arrival Processing

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09/07/2021

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09/02/2021

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08/31/2021

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08/30/2021

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08/26/2021

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08/25/2021

Meet Personnel Specialist 1st Class Sarah Mills! She is a #RecruitDivisionCommander (RDC) currently working in the #RecruitTrainingCommand (RTC) administration office during her recruit training period (RTP) at the @usnavy's only #Bootcamp.

Most RDCs do not get to work in-rate during their time at RTC. However, as Mills finished pushing her fourth division and her RTP approached, the command had a dire need for an experienced PS to fill a billet within the RTC admin team. Mills answered the sizable challenge.

Read more about PS1 Mills here:
https://www.dvidshub.net/news/403880/staff-spotlight-ps1-mills

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08/24/2021

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1 year later…. And the message still true!Check out the comments for more info!
08/24/2021

1 year later…. And the message still true!

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🚨🚨🚨Don’t Sleep On These Benefits🚨🚨🚨 The Navy can set you up and change your life and the life of your loved ones forever!!! Don’t nap away this opportunity!!! Hit me up to get your Career started so you can enjoy the benefits of World Travel 🚢 Free Healthcare 🏥 and Free College 📚 ! For more info, check out the comments!!!

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08/24/2021

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08/23/2021

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Busy hands are happy hands 🛠️ 🙌
#MondayMotivation

PACIFIC OCEAN -- Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class Amanda Avillan, from Boston, applies sealant to the rotor head spindle hub of an MH-60S Sea Hawk attached to the “Chargers” of Helicopter Strike Combat Squadron (HSC) 14 in the hangar bay of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72).

📷 by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Timothy A. Carley Jr.

08/23/2021
08/23/2021

🚨Freshly Squeezed Juice Every Day🚨

A little Monday Motivation for y’all!!! You got the JUICE and do not let anyone or anything tell you any different!!! With that being said… if you’d like to see what kinda juice the Navy is serving… Contact your Local Navy Recruiter today!!! 📱💪🏽🚢✈️🌎🎓💵

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08/20/2021
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08/19/2021

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08/19/2021

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More drills for being #AlwaysReady 🌊 💪

#USNavy Sailors respond to a simulated flood during a damage control drill aboard the littoral combat ship USS Billings - LCS 15 in the 4th Fleet area of operations, Caribbean Sea.

#NavyReadiness

📷 by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Austin G. Collins

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08/18/2021

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08/17/2021

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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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