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A One-Time Prince Who Became a SEAL Against All Odds

(Defense.gov) Remi Adeleke's incredible family story can be confused as a movie script. Being born into Nigerian royal family to losing everything and then following death of his father his remaining family moved to the Bronx. From having everything to almost having nothing to the troubled streets and life that the impoverished streets of New…

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New Website To Help Military Spouses Manage Family Financial Interests

Military spouses often are the family's chief financial officer. From managing permanent-change-of-station moves to unexpected emergencies and changes in pay, there is little doubt about the importance of understanding the unique circumstances of managing personal finances in the military life. A wordmark reading: MilSpouse Money Mission, Educate, Empower, Elevate. In recognition of military spouses and…

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Kelley Brown Letter on Behalf of Adam Brown Legacy Foundation

Greetings! Here is a letter to you from Kelley Brown-the widow of "FEARLESS" Navy SEAL Adam Brown. Please feel free to forward it and share it widely. (Eric Blehm) Dear everyone! I just wanted to thank you for the thousands of letters ya'll have written to me and the entire Brown family after reading FEARLESS-the…

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East Coast Navy Exchange Takes COVID-19 Precautions

Virginia Beach, VA (NNS) -- Beginning May 1, all Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) civilian and military personnel and its affiliated contractors began receiving a health screening and temperature check prior to working in any facility which includes Navy Lodges and NEX retail stores worldwide. “Our NEXCOM team of 14,000 strong continues to support our…

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Defense Secretary Discusses Operations Pandemic Effects

May 4, 2020 DOD News - Defense Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper discussed the immediate operations against COVID-19 and the second order of effects the pandemic will have on the U.S. military during a Brookings Institution webinar. The secretary gave Brookings senior fellow Michael O'Hanlon an overview of the DOD's actions during the pandemic during…

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BUD/S Restarts Following COVID-19 As Only Easy Day Was Truly Yesterday

CORONADO, Calif. (May 5, 2020) NSW Center restarted paused portions of its SEAL and Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewman (SWCC) selection-and-assessment training following careful planning that included implementing COVID-19 mitigation efforts based on CDC recommendations and Department of Defense medical guidance. As part of these measures, students will wear facemasks when not physically training and utilize…

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New Report Reveals SEALs Sought Kidnappers of US Contractor in Afghanistan

Fox News, April 30, 2020 — In the days following the capture of an American contractor in Afghanistan earlier this year, Navy Special Forces raided a village and detained suspected members of the Taliban-linked Haqqani network while the U.S. intelligence community tried to track the cellphones of the man and his captors, The Associated Press…

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Leave For Active Personnel During Coronavirus Emergency

The Department of Defense's actions to stem the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), to include restricting travel, has significantly limited the ability of Service members to take leave during the national emergency. Leave is vital to the continued health and welfare of our Service members and civilian workforce and is key to the Secretary…

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The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday… Really?

It’s true. I have a room key at the famed Hotel Del Coronado. I’m actually a guest here. Yes, the same Hotel Del Coronado made famous by Marilyn Monroe. And the same Silver Strand beach that Navy SEAL wannabes run up and down almost every day or until they drop. Hi, my name is Larry…

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