Monday, March 15, 2021
Sunday, March 14, 2021
As a Navy man you are, in a special sense, a good citizen of these United States. Your uniform alone does not entitle you to special privileges, rather it obligates you to set high standards of conduct and performance of duty. At home, and on duty abroad in foreign countries, you will be under constant observation as a representative of the United States government. Be sure that no careless act of yours brings discredit to your uniform or to your country's flag.
Service in the Navy can be whatever you make it. It takes some time to understand and become adapted to the ways of the Navy, for going to sea in ships and aircraft is a tough, serious business, particularly in these troubled times. If you must work hard and at times miss a leave period or a few liberties in your home port, remember that you chose a man's job when you joined the Navy.
From THE BLUEJACKET'S MANUAL
Saturday, March 13, 2021
Friday, March 12, 2021
Legendary Cryptologic Technician Technical Master Chief Larry Veray Retires from the National Reconnaissance Office
After a long career of Navy service as a CTT and nearly 3 decades at the NRO as a government contractor, legendary ELINT and SPACE expert, Larry Veray has retired. He continues his public service in Hawaii as Chair of the Pearl City Neighborhood Board. Mahalo for your service Larry. We salute you and know the people of Hawaii will benefit from your leadership and service.