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After an injury, getting back to normal can take some time as it is a process that has to follow these steps: Injury Reduce Swelling Healing Regain Full Range of Motion Rebuilding Back to Normal This process can take a few weeks to more than a year depending upon the inury's severity, and if surgery is requ... more
NORFOLK, Va. -- The former commanding officer of the USS Anzio could be kicked out of the Navy for sexual harassment, abusive sexual contact and conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman after a night of heavy drinking with his crew while he was in the charge of the guided missile cruiser. Officials relieved Capt. Brian K. Sorenson of comma... more
WASHINGTON — Throughout the month of February, the Navy joins our nation in celebrating the history and culture of African-American and Black Sailors during African-American/Black History Month. Established in 1926, President Gerald R. Ford expanded the celebration in 1976 to include the entire month of February. This year, Navy commands are en... more
Former Smith-Cotton High School Band teacher Brian Kloppenburg, now serving with the U.S. Navy, will soon be sent to Japan to serve in the Navy Band 7th Fleet. Music Petty Officer 3rd Class Kloppenburg said, by phone from Norfolk, Virginia, that serving as a Navy musician is the best job in the world. Kloppenburg, 30, was S-C Band band teacher ... more
SAN DIEGO -- The Pentagon's budget plan over the next five years will focus on investing in more high-end Naval ships and a newly modified defense missile able to also target ships at long range, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Wednesday. Carter told sailors during a visit to Naval Base San Diego that the plan includes spending $2.9 billion f... more