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NSW Education Fairs

CNSWC Public Affairs

Naval Special Warfare’s Education Program is hosting an Education Fair slated for April 19, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado Galley, building 300 in San Diego. 239 more words

CNSWC

Bravery

Okay, so this post probably isn’t going to make me sound very brave. It’s probably going to make me sound like a wimp who wound up being an asshole for a minute. 619 more words

Anchor's Away

If you want some light entertainment, Anchor’s Away with Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra is a good choice. Anchors Away is the story of two navy officers who’ve earned a weekend pass for their bravery. 221 more words

Expat Life

India looks to export torpedoes developed by NSTL

India is eyeing the export market for the indigenously developed torpedoes by the NSTL (Naval Science & Technology Laboratory), Visakhapatnam.

To push this initiative the Government has facilitated a memorandum of understanding between the Bharat Dynamics Ltd (BDL), a defence public sector unit and the L&T. 178 more words

Navy

Australian Navy fails to deliver ships to Cyclone Debbie

Dear Auntie ABC News,

We pay for an offence force and call it a defence force, yet our navy is unable to supply operational ships to a potentially catastrophic weather event in our own country. 76 more words

Australia

75 years ago today a queen arrived in Sydney

On 28th March 1942 the troopship RMS Queen Mary arrived in Sydney with 8,398 Americans on board, destined for the Pacific War. These first American troops to be transported on the ‘Grey Ghost’ (the nickname for the camouflaged giant, yet fast, former liner) had embarked in Boston on the 18th February on what became known as their ’40 days and 40 nights’ voyage. 260 more words

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