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Annapolis to Serve as Commissioning Site for USS Sioux City
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Naval Academy Midshipman Receives Top Medal for Heroism
A Naval Academy midshipman received the Navy's highest non-combat medal for heroism Tuesday.
Naval Academy Counseling Center Sees Increase in Caseload
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Officials: Navy 'Midshipman' Title Will Not Change
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First-Class Midshipmen Learn Service Assignments
More than 1,000 midshipmen in the Class of 2017 learned Thursday the path of their military career following graduation.
Midshipmen Take on the Newest Internet Sensation
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Former Mid Describes Sexual Assault While at Naval Academy in Article
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High-ranking Military Women Speak at Naval Academy about Experiences
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Naval Academy Plebes Face 14 Hours of Obstacles at Sea Trials
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USNA Mascot, Bill XXXV, has Died
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Pence to Speak at Naval Academy Graduation
Vice President Mike Pence will address the Naval Academy Class of 2017 at its graduation ceremony on May 26.
Naval Academy Grads Ask Group to Rescind Honor for Former Senator
Several Naval Academy alumni have asked the alumni association to rescind an award planned for former U.S. Sen. James Webb.
Naval Academy Class of 2020 Includes Largest Number of Women
On the 40th anniversary of women being accepted into the U.S. Naval Academy, this year's incoming class has the largest numbe...
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