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Retired Master Chief Britt Slabinski Awarded Medal of Honor

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The White House announced today that President Donald J. Trump will award the Medal of Honor to Master Chief Petty Officer (SEAL), Retired, Britt Slabinski for his heroic actions in March 2002 during the Battle of Takur Ghar while serving in Afghanistan. Master Chief Slabinski will be awarded the Medal of Honor…

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A Look At BUD/S Training After Four Decades

Navy SEAL Training Over the Years The Hotel Del Coronado has been made famous over the years by a lot of things. Navy SEAL team recruits run up and down the beach here working till they drop, and it's the same Silver Strand Beach that was made famous by Marlyn Monroe. It is a lot…

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Comparing Navy Federal Credit Union

No doubt about it, the Navy Credit Union is one of the leading military banks in America. However, we're going to take a quick look at several more and compare. Here we go! Buckle up! Money matters! While most banks will work with military members for their financial needs, like military loans or credit cards…

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Leading Navy Veteran Careers Outside The Community

Ready to live a normal life following the military? Want to have a normal family life? If so here are a few leading Navy veteran jobs on the 'outside' not requiring hand signals? After retiring from the Navy, you may not know what you're going to do with yourself. It's time to find a new…

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Is The Navy Right For You?

Have you made the decision to join the Navy, but unsure of which military branch you would like to make a career out of? Each branch – Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines or Coast Guard – have their pros and cons. It doesn’t mean one is better than the other in totality. It just means…

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Living On A Navy Budget Not Easy

Keeping your military budget in order is not an easy task even though Navy SEALs earn additional hazardous duty pay. Regardless, even if you are a Navy SEAL and earn more money, you're likely not become the next billionaire while serving your country. So, until then here's a few common sense tips on keeping your…

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What Navy Veterans Must Know Before Leaving The Military

Captain Nathan B Nelson is a friend and my guest writer today. Nathan is a retired Captain from the United States Air Force who continues to serve the Active duty military and veteran community through government and nonprofit organizations. I'm beyond honored to have Captain Nathan Nelson whom is immeasurably respected by all that knows…

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Hoyah Applebees For Offering Free Meals on Veteran’s Day

As the publisher of USMilitary.com, I love it whenever a commercial organization steps up and provides a true benefit to our honored veterans. Like last year, we again are promoting Applebees Veteran's Day free meals. Even Navy SEALs need to eat. Applebee’s has been honoring Navy SEALS and all veterans and active members of the…

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Taking a Stand For the American Flag

Have you thought about what the American Flag means? What it symbolizes? Have you taught your children the history of the American Flag? Today the flag consists of thirteen horizontal stripes, seven red alternating with 6 white. The stripes represent the original 13 Colonies; the stars represent the 50 states of the Union. The colors…

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What Are Navy SEAL Missions

The Navy SEALs have expertise in sea, air, and land operations. This makes the group especially effective for matters of security and tactical importance. The Navy SEALs missions are often highly sensitive operations, so some of their missions are classified. The general type of work that they perform, however, is well known. Neutralizing Enemy Forces…

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