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News Archives for Aug 25, 2016

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  • During a recent 10K remembrance run, a sailor stopped every mile to do 22 pushups, squats or military press with a ruck sack in a gesture to remember the 22 veterans on average who die by suicide each day. (Photo by Douglas Stutz/U.S. Navy)
    The 22 Pushups Challenge Isn’t Actually Helping Anyone
    The 22 Pushups Challenges isn't the solution veterans need. Carl Forsling explains why.
  • Government issued travel card
    Navy to Require Sailors to Use Travel Card for PCS Expenses
    The Navy will soon start requiring sailors to use the government travel credit card for military move expenses instead of recei...
  • Yemenis inspect the rubble of a house in the rebel-held capital Sanaa on August 11, 2016, after it was reportedly hit by a Saudi-led coalition air strike (Mohammed Huwais/AFP/File)
    Kerry Outlines New Yemen Peace Push
    US Secretary of State John Kerry announced a fresh international peace initiative for Yemen aimed at forming a unity government.
  • The patrol craft USS Squall (PC 7) steams in the Arabian Gulf acting as a small boat threat toward guided-missile destroyer USS Mitscher during a simulated strait transit. (U.S. Navy photo: Anthony R. Martinez)
    Amid Tense Encounters, US Ship Fires Warning Shots at Iranian Boats
    A Navy patrol ship fired three warning shots to ward off approaching Iranian boats in a second day of dangerous encounters.
  • Cyclone-Class Coastal Patrol Ship USS Squall (Navy Photo)
    US Navy Ship Fired Warning Shots at Iranian Ship in Second Close Call
    A U.S. Navy coastal patrol ship fired warning shots at an Iranian ship that sailed within 200 yards in the Persian Gulf Wednesday.