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A long Saturday night of whiskey, beer and video games ended with a shriek when a drunken sailor passed out in the bed of an unwitting senior citizen. Dalton Pierson, 24, left his buddy’s apartment in the Vineyards complex sometime around 6 a.m. Sunday and entered a neighboring abode where he stopped to pee in one bedroom before crawling into bed with 80-year-old Evelyn Whitey in another, according to
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Aviation Electronics Technician 3rd Class Jonathan Fox, assigned to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74), plays basketball with boys and staff members at Boy’s Town during a community service event in Singapore. See stories abot Stennis’ visit and liberty on page 2. U.S. NAVY PHOTO BY MASS COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST 3RD CLASS KENNETH ABBATE
Navy’s Keyport Range Complex faces federal lawsuit By JJ Swanson firstname.lastname@example.org
Earthjustice, an environmental law firm, and the Natural Resources Defense Council filed a lawsuit Jan. 25 on behalf of six environmental groups, including the People for Puget Sound, challenging the Navy’s underwater warfare training exercises in the Keyport Range Complex. The Navy was permitted by the National Marine Fisheries Service in 2010 to conduct tactical training operations in the area. Activities include the use of sonar as part of training to detect submerged submarines and mines, said Sheila Murray, spokeswoman for Navy Region Northwest. Sonar is critical in Navy’s operations to “protect global commerce and the nation’s security, in addition to Navy
and other ships,” Murray said. However, environmentalists with the Puget Sound group argue that the impact on endangered species is too high and that the NMFS did not do its job in protecting endangered species such as orcas and leatherback turtles as well as non-endangered fish populations from Navy training through the language of its permits. Earthjustice is suing National Marine Fisheries Service for issuing permits to the Navy which give the military “unrestricted access to areas that are sensitive habits without ensuring the proper protections,” said Heather Trim, director of policy for People For Puget Sound. She added that marine fisheries service has the years of expertise on staff and decades of research on native species so they know the “specific breeding,
feeding and migration” patterns and how they should be protected. “The Navy proposes to do its exercise, but it is NMFS’s job is to use it’s scientific wildlife expertise to ensure protection. They know where these species are,” said Kristen Boyles, attorney for Earthjustice. “Our contention is that they didn’t do their job.” NMFS could not be reached for comment. The area where the Navy trains includes the Dabob Bay Range Complex Site on Hood Canal and the Quinault Underwater Tracking Range Site situated along the Pacific Coast in the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. The lawsuit focuses on the Quinault range which was expanded to 38 times its
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THIS EDITION Stennis leaves Singapore cultured .................pg. 2 Ode to the soon-to-disappear Bravo Charlies ........pg. 4 Joint Chairman, transition challenges ahead ...pg. 7 USS Maine’s demise to remain mystery ......pg. 9
Stennis sailors lend a hand in Singapore CHANGI, Singapore (NNS) â€“ Sailors from the Nimitz-class air craft carrier USS John C. Stennis spent some of their limited liberty time volunteering in the local community Jan. 27 and 28 during a port visit to Singapore. Twelve sailors who volunteered for community service activities aboard the ship visited the Boyâ€™s Town of Singapore. Boyâ€™s Town was established in 1948 as a home to displaced and troubled children, as well as boys from families stricken with financial hardships. Throughout the day, sailors played basketball, soccer and shared an afternoon meal with the children. â€œThe experience at the Boyâ€™s Town was overwhelming,â€? said Aviation
Technician 3rd Class Jonathon Fox. â€œI felt honored to be there representing the Navy and be involved in these young menâ€™s lives.â€? Another 12 Stennis volunteers lent their time at The Singapore Cheshire Home Day Care Center, a hospice for disabled citizens, Jan. 28. Sailors spent several hours with the residents sharing time, stories and serving meals. â€œIt was a great experience,â€? said Damage Controlman 2nd Class (SW/AW) Salena Thomas. `â€œEveryone was happy and itâ€™s very encouraging to see that even though people have disabilities, they can still overcome their obstacles.â€?
While community service projects allow sailors unique opportunities to learn about life in foreign countries; they also build character and demonstrate the values upon which our Navy was founded. â€œIt shows dedication,â€? said Navy Counselor Chief (SW/ AW) Jean-Hero Lamy, the command career counselor aboard Stennis. â€œThese sailors are well rounded. They are conscientious, caring and are willing to spend their off time helping others.â€? The Stennis is currently conducting Maritime Security Operations and routine training at sea in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations as part of a scheduled seven-month deployment.
Sailors assigned to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis play basketball with boys and staff members at Boyâ€™s Town during a community service event in Singapore Jan. 27, 2012. John C. Stennis is operating in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations while on a seven month deployment. U.S. NAVY PHOTO BY â€“â€“ KENNETH ABBATE
Stennis Strike Group leaves Singapore USS JOHN C. STENNIS, at sea â€“ Ships from the
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Republic of Singapore Jan. 30 after a four-day port visit. Sailors from the Nimitzclass aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN
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Navy seeks volunteers DOD Testing Program to Screen for More Prescription for sea duty WASHINGTON (NNS) --The Navy is asking sailors to volunteer for sea duty under a new initiative called the Voluntary Sea Duty Program. “The Voluntary Sea Duty Program’s goal is to improve manning levels at sea, while providing motivated Sailors the benefits of geographic choice and stability as well as the deferment of their Performto-Serve window,” said Rear Admiral Tony Kurta, Director, Military Personnel Plans and Policy Division. “This opportunity allows Sailors a chance to improve their record and increase their competitive edge in PTS through sustained superior performance at sea.” This program does not change eligibility or benefits for the Sea Duty Incentive Pay Program and Sailors may take advantage of both programs concurrently. Under the program, sailors may apply to extend their enlistment in their current sea duty billet beyond their prescribed sea tour, terminate their shore duty early in order to extend their enlistment to obtain new orders to a sea duty billet, or accept backto-back sea duty orders. The sea duty assignment may be onboard ships, squadrons, or other qualified sea duty assignments. Volunteers will be assigned to commands within the same geographic location as the current com-
A sailor works the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis during flight operations Jan. 31, 2012. The Navy is looking for sea duty volunteers. U.S. NAVY PHOTO BY MASS COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST 3RD CLASS KENNETH ABBATE.
mand if available, providing the benefit of geographic stability for sailors and family members. The Navy will also consider Sailors’ requests for out-of-area moves. Volunteers will not be
required to accept a billet they do not desire. The detailers will work with volunteers during two CMS/ ID cycles to find desirable orders. If no match is found during this time period, Sailors can reapply. To be eligible to apply for a short term extension to defer PTS, sailors must meet eligibility criteria to ensure competitiveness in their next PTS window. However, sailors who do not meet these criteria, but have enough obligated service time can still apply for geographic stability or choice. Requests will be accepted until Sep. 30, 2012. All 1306/7 requests should be forwarded to Navy Personnel Command via the Chain of Command. For complete information on eligibility, restrictions and application procedure as well as benefits of VSDP, read NAVADMIN 043/12 at www.npc.navy. mil.
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 1, 2012 – The Defense Department’s drug-testing program is expanding to add screening for two additional prescription medications to the range of legal and illegal drugs it currently detects. Joe Angello, the department’s director of operational readiness and safety, told Pentagon Channel and American Forces Press Service reporters the two drugs added to the screening program -hydrocodone and benzodiazepines -- are nationally among the most abused prescription drugs now on the market. The program already tests for codeine and morphine, he noted. As patterns of drug misuse change, the drug testing program responds by adding more testing procedures, he noted. Hydrocodone is a component of a number of prescription painkillers, including Vicodin, while benzodiazepines are a class of antidepressant medication present in a range of drugs that includes Xanax and Valium. Angello said DOD announced the new screenings 90 days before they would take effect, which is unprecedented in the more than 40 years since military drug testing began. The memorandum went out yesterday.
“The memorandum is giving you a 90-day warning order,” Angello said. A service member addicted to prescription drugs, he added, should seek medical help. “Don’t get caught in a drug test,” Angello urged. “There [are] no penalties, there’s no stigma, attached to [self-referral for medical] help here.” Service members with prescriptions for the two drugs will not be subject to disciplinary action for using them within the dosage and time prescribed, Angello said. To anyone who has medication remaining from an expired prescription, he added, “Don’t use those.” Such drugs should be turned in for disposal, but should not be flushed, he noted, as they can contaminate the water supply. “If nothing else, you can always turn them in through your local military police,” Angello said. Drug abuse among service members is significantly lower than in the civilian population, he said, but has a potentially much greater effect in the military. “You’re not at your peak mental acuity when you’re using drugs,” he said. “The military has some of the finest men and women this nation has to offer; we cannot have people in the business of arms with drug impairments.”
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Bye-bye Bravo Charlie Honestly, I can’t believe that the Pentagon was still issuing Birth Control Glasses to service members until last month’s news they were going to be issued no more. Born in 1990, the little rectangles of brown plastic replaced the somewhat horn rimmed “Buddy Hollys” that issued for several decades prior. Those black rocker-ish standards were the issued spectacles in 1987 when I was given my first pair of glasses by Uncle Sam. They too were called birth controllers. Though BCs were never, and still aren’t, really required after basic training – when most people switched to “frames of choice” that were to be “conservative,” or back to contact lenses otherwise forbidden during training – a few bold troops their inner peacock fly with bright frames. For GREG most, BCs became field glasses worn SKINNER during deployments that themselves largely ruled out chances to father children due to the lack of required additional participants. In the spring of 1990, I managed to find my eyes behind the United States Safety Service Co. manufactured glasses known to the millions who’ve served since. In garrison, like most, I wore glasses more likely seen in a boardroom. In the field, as an infantryman, the fancies were simply useless for in putting a 0.224-inch hole in a target 300-yards downrange. They were the days of peep-sights, well before the Pentagon put 4x32 Advanced Combat Optical Gunsights on everything that took bullets. People can say what they like, but those freaky fames – in their proper context, far removed from the civilian world – just fit the situation stylistically. In my world, the drivers compartment of a Bradley Fighting Vehicle driven on three continents, I sort of felt like they gave a Dean Martin retrograndpa look to the otherwise bland mission required attire of head-to-toe Nomex, body armor, an M231, a bandolier of cigarettes and jungle boots stripped of all polish by the sand.
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Dinner with the Smileys January recap This project began out of desperation. When my three boys—ages 5, 9 and 11— said it would be sad to see their Navy dad’s empty seat at the dinner table while he is away on a yearlong deployment, I set out to fill the void. I called it “Dinner with the Smileys.” “For each week that Dad is gone,” I told the boys, “we’ll invite a guest to fill his chair at the family table.” We created a wish list of 52 guests—from friends, family and school teachers to musicians, authors and President Obama—and suddenly, a new dimension to the project was clear: Dinner with the Smileys will fill our weeks and mark the time until Dustin returns. I bought a calendar to keep track of the dinners, and our excitement grew when we scheduled guests for May and June and realized we’d be halfway through the deployment by then. Yet, the fullness of this project—what it could mean to us, and what it might mean to others— was still mostly unrecognized. Indeed, one month into Dinner with the Smileys, I’m only just beginning to appreciate its many layers. Military spouses around the country have written to say that they’d like to do a “Smiley Project” of their own when their loved one deploys. I hope that they will. If our first four dinners are any indication, there is much to be gained—as a family and as a community. Here are a few notes from our January din-
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Vaccinations reduce recruits respiratory infections
NORTH CHICAGO, Ill. (NNS) â€“ Results of giving adenovirus vaccinations to U.S. Navy recruits last October were released Jan. 30, and looked positive. After a 10-year manufacturing hiatus, the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center reinstituted giving the vaccine to minimize the symptoms of febrile upper respiratory infection. The average number of infection cases among recruits in 2010 was 93 per week. In 2011, the average was 87 per week. In the first month of 2012, that average was reduced to 23 per week. In the first week following the vaccination, the rate of febrile upper respiratory infections went from 105 to 63 cases. The next week, it went to 26. After that, there were only 11 recruits who were treated for febrile upper respiratory infection. The vaccine had effectively cut the number of cases by 89.5 percent. â€œThe results are undeniable when you look at the numbers,â€? said Lt. Cmdr. Carolyn Winningham, Lovell FHCC preventive medicine officer. â€œThe vaccine is fast, effective and safe. At the end of the day, our job is about keeping U.S. Navy recruits healthy and in training. So, for us, the adenovirus vaccine has been a huge success.â€? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the vaccine, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for Department of Defense personnel entering basic training. Military basic training settings offer a distinctive environment for adenovirus to be transmitted. Prior to the vaccine, the close-quar-
ters atmosphere would often allow an illness to spread quickly, resulting in missed training for the recruits. In turn, if a recruit is sick for too long, expensive training time may need to be lengthened. While the two-pill vaccination is costly at $111 per dose, its effectiveness keeps healthy recruits coming into the U.S. Navy without medical delays. According to Lovell FHCC Head of Occupational Health Medicine Mark Lesko, the Department of Defense invested approximately $100 million over a 10-year period to bring the vaccine back to military recruits and basic trainees.
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A Navy Corpsman prepares a vaccine shot. PU.S. NAVY FILE PHOTO said, there are still many preventive measures that each person can take, including hand washing and practicing social distancing.â€? Winningham explained that social distancing is a practice of maintaining distance from those who are currently ill, which may include staying home from school or work when sick, coughing or sneezing into a sleeve or tissue, or remaining six to eight feet from people who have a virus. While the results do
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Joint chairman, transition challenges ahead WASHINGTON (AFPS) â€“ As the U.S. military faces a constrained budget environment in the years ahead, it will build on experience gained in expansions and contractions throughout its history, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Wednesday said. Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey told the audience at a Reserve Officers Association national security symposium that change is nothing new for the nationâ€™s armed forces. However, he noted, all but the most senior service members have known only a military that has been growing -- one that always has had all of the resources it could possibly need, and in some cases even more than needed. â€œWell, thatâ€™s going to change here,â€? Dempsey said. The new economic reality means less money will be available for defense, the chairman added, but he expressed confidence that the military will remain strong. â€œWe will figure it out if we can maintain our sense of trust with each other,â€? he said. Dempsey cited Air Force Master Sgt. Roger Sparks of the Alaska Air National Guard as an example. Sparks rescued 12 soldiers off the side of a mountain in the Hindu Kush area of Afghanistan. Under tremendous fire, he lowered himself via cable from a helicopter 12 times to rescue the soldiers. Twice, the cable was hit by gunfire. Eight soldiers survived, and four died in the sergeantâ€™s arms, Dempsey said. â€œI asked him, â€˜What were you thinking of when you lowered yourself time after time after time?â€™â€? the general said. â€œAnd he told me, â€˜Truthfully, I didnâ€™t have time
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to think about it. I just knew they really needed me.â€™â€? That sort of trust and sacrifice is who people are in the military, Dempsey said. â€œAnd as we go through changes â€“ changes in strategy, changes in resourcing, changes in structure, missioning, remissioning, expansion, contraction â€“ as long as we keep [the attitude Sparks demonstrated], weâ€™ll be all right,â€? he added. The chairman said he faces three principal transitions during his term as the militaryâ€™s top officer. The first, he said, will be as the United States transitions from war to peace. â€œThe surge, counterinsurgency, that will all be transitioned over to the responsibility of the Afghans,â€? he said. â€œThey want it, we want it, thatâ€™s the way these things end, and weâ€™ve got to get there on my watch.â€? That means a military that has deployed frequently for 10 years will deploy at
because the force will get smaller. Some will move into the reserve components. Others will go straight to civilian life. In either case, he said, the military needs figure how to keep the right people in the right numbers to maintain itself. â€œRight now, weâ€™re focused on â€˜Whatâ€™s our force structure going to be? Whatâ€™s our budget going to be?â€™â€? Dempsey said. â€œBut pretty quickly, we are going to have to focus on â€˜How do we do it?â€™ We need to do whatâ€™s right for the nation, our insti-
tutions and the individuals.â€? A long-range budgeting plan is essential for the military, Dempsey said, likening incremental budgeting to â€œdeath by a thousand cuts.â€? Defense leaders have looked ahead to fiscal 2020 in seeking to build a joint force the nation will need in that year, he said. Dempsey said that the military will keep faith with those serving and who have served, but he emphasized it is about more than just money. â€œWe keep faith with the
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a much reduced level, the chairman said, and deployments will be for training, and not for combat. â€œSo the mindset of our youngsters will have to adapt to that,â€? Dempsey said. â€œThey will have to understand what it will be like to be in a military that trains to fight as hard as it has fought. We canâ€™t underestimate how challenging that transition will be for a generation.â€? Second, Dempsey said, he will be the chairman as military budgets reduce. â€œWe will have to figure out how we operate with less resources than we had before,â€? he said. And meanwhile, he added, people should just get to work. He quoted retired Army Gen. Fred Franks, who served in Vietnam and the Gulf War: â€œItâ€™s literally impossible to wring your hands and roll up your sleeves at the same time.â€? Finally, many soldiers and Marines will transition to civilian life, Dempsey noted,
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LAWSUIT | FROM PAGE 1 original size within the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary in 2011. â€œOlympic Coast was designated as a sanctuary and should be off limits,â€? Boyles said. She added that the increased frequency and intensity in the Navyâ€™s training in that area since 2010 is â€œa big issue.â€? Under the existing permit, the Navy relies on the visual identification of â€œwatchstandersâ€? who scout for marine mammals from the decks of boats with binoculars. If an animal is spotted, sonar or explosive exercises are stopped. People for Puget Sound contend that visual detection misses about 25 to95 percent of species
in the area especially in those exercises conducted at night or during bad weather. Their lawsuit demands that the permit language is changed so that the Navy has to stay out of â€œbiologically sensitiveâ€? areas in Puget Sound and Hood Canal during certain times of the year. â€œThe lawsuit is about time and place restrictions for the Navy, not to stop their operations,â€? said Boyles. Trim said that the lawsuit is a â€œlast resortâ€? for Puget Sound environmentalists. She explained that the Navy received more than 50,000 public comments about the training activities and environmental impact in the region during the last two years with no direct response from either the Northwest command or
MAINE | FROM PAGE 9 USS Philip (DD-498) helped extinguish raging fires on board Gansevoort. Then the ship was given the unusual assignment of extinguishing a fire on board the kamikaze-damaged aviation tender Porcupine. The ship was to fire her torpedoes at the ship in an attempt to bole off the flaming portion before fires reached stored aviation fuel. But fire engulfed the Porcupine anyway and flames licked across the water endangering the Gansevoort. Gansevoort was towed ashore, her quarters so gutted and damaged that her crew moved ashore leaving only a 20-man skeleton crew.
NMFS. The Navy maintains that it has a long history of involving the community in environmental stewardship. â€œWhat I can say is that Navy has been training in the Northwest for almost a century, and with sonar for decades, in an environmentally responsible manner,â€? Murray said. The U.S. District court in San Francisco will oversee the case. Earthjustice attorneys expect to have a court hearing by early fall of this year and hope to have the matter resolved by the end of 2012. â€œThere will be no penalty, just a change in requirements,â€? Boyles said. â€œThe court will remand the federal agency to do its job.â€?
A month of unsuccessful attacks by marauding Japanese bombers did not buckle the ship which again put to sea in February 1945. She was in Ulithi in April 1945 for further repairs and finally to San Francisco in May for final battle damage repairs. She sailed for the East and was in New York for victory celebrations in October 1945. On November, she sailed for Charleston, S.C. Naval Shipyard for inactivation overhaul. She was decommissioned February 1, 1946 and entered the Atlantic Reserve Fleet and was berthed at Orange, Texas. The USS Gansevoort received four battle stars for World War II.
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A night of whiskey, beer and video games ends with wrong turn into senior citizenâ€™s bed reports from the Kitsap County Sheriff â€™s Office. Eventually deputies released Pierson with no charges saying that he should pay for the rug he urinated on. The sailor was too drunk to book without a medical clearance, they said. â€œShe said she was very scared,â€? sheriff deputy Jennifer Rice said of Whitey. Deputies responding to the 9-1-1 call made by Whiteyâ€™s son, who found Pierson still passed out in the senior Whiteyâ€™s bed. As they roused him, Pierson resisted slightly before being cuffed. According to reports, as Pierson crawled into bed with Whitey, she screamed then asked him what he was doing.
â€œPassing out,â€? Pierson said. He thought he was in his buddyâ€™s house, Rice said. Authorities described the apartments as â€œmirror imagesâ€? of each other. Sometime during the incident, fellow sailor Shaun Cagle noticed that Pierson was gone and his apartmentâ€™s front door was open. Not finding him, Cagle said two other pals left to get more video game controllers, authorities said. Deputies found a urine puddle in the room in which Whiteyâ€™s son, John Jaeger, slept. Jaeger was staying with his mother while his sister, who usually lives with their mother was away. He told deputies that he
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The way his wife listened intently to the boysâ€™ stories. The preschool teacherâ€™s handwritten, thoughtful note to Dustin. The Senatorâ€™s time. The mayorâ€™s baseball stories. Soon, these gifts will overflow, too. And they will be repaid in a wayâ€” much like they were givenâ€”that no one really notices except in hindsight. Anyone Can Do This I know what youâ€™re thinking: â€œNot everyone can do this, Sarah.â€? Yes you can. You donâ€™t have to invite a Senator or the mayor, but you can invite someone. Dinner time is the loneliest part of the day for people separated from their loved ones, either by military service or death. If houses and apartments were like doll
asked why people want to be so nice to us. It was an opportunity to tell them about Americansâ€™ appreciation for the sacrifices of military families. All three boys were visibly proud to know that they are part of their dadâ€™s service-to-country, too. And then Ford said, â€œI think we should find someone to be nice to also.â€? If the idea had not come from their own overflowing cup, Iâ€™m not sure the lesson would have stuck. (In February: Dinner with the Smileys hits the road to give back and help others.) But there have been other intangible or almost imperceptible gifts as well: The ministerâ€™s talk about the importance of family.
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houses, with one side totally exposed, weâ€™d see plenty of people eating alone to the sound of a television. All you have to do is extend an invitation. â€œBut, Sarah, my house is a mess, I donâ€™t cook, and my children have really bad manners.â€? Did I mention that my older boys had a true, rolling-on-the-ground fight when our minister was over for dinner? Or that Iâ€™m serving our guests things like lasagna, chicken and boiled noodles, and broccoli that was left on the stove too long? There is nothing fancy or impressive about Dinner with the Smileys (well, except for that limo ride). Because itâ€™s not about the food. Or the house. Itâ€™s about the opportunity to know each other better. And sometimes that canâ€™t happen until one kid in a cloak has wielded his light saber against another kid in his Mario costume. Wondering whoâ€™s coming next? Follow along at http://www.facebook. com/sarah.is.smiley where youâ€™ll find pictures of past dinners and hints about who will be next.
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The battleship Maine had a short disastrous life that made her one of the most famous U.S. Navy ships in history. Ultimately, a deadly yet unexplained explosion on board the ship in 1898 at anchor in Havana Harbor led the U.S. to declare war on Spain. Maine, a second-class armored battleship, was built at New York Navy Yard and commissioned Sept. 17, 1895. The ship displaced 6,682 tons, drafted 21.5 feet, was 319 feet long with a top speed of 17 knots. The lead ship of her class, 374 men were assigned on board. Big guns bolted to the battleshipâ€™s decks consisted of four, 10-inch, and six, 6-inch mounts, other smaller gun mounts along with four, 14-inch torpedo tubes.
Maine departed New York Navy Yard Nov. 5, 1895 for Newport R.I., for fitting out. Upon completion, Maine sailed for Portland, Maine, to visit its namesake. She put to sea for trials and inspection for two weeks and then was assigned to the North Atlantic Squadron sailing via Newport to Tompkinsville, N.Y., arriving Dec. 23. The ship sailed the next day for Fort Monroe Va., arriving on Christmas Day. Maine operated out of there and Newport News through June 1896. Maine sailed on June 4 for Key West on a two-month training cruise, returning to Norfolk, Va., Aug. 3. The ship continued extensive East Coast operations until late 1897. Maine then prepared for a voyage to Havana, Cuba to show off the Stars and Stripes and to
protect American citizens in the event of violence from the Spanish struggle with the revolutionary forces in Cuba. Maine stood out of Hampton Roads Dec. 11, bound for Key West, arriving Dec. 15. It was joined by ships of the North Atlantic Squadron on maneuvers. Together they forged a unity squadron and sailed for Havana Jan. 24, 1898 arriving one day later. Maine anchored in the center of the port. The crews put on a vigilant watch, received no liberty, and took extra precautions against sabotage. On the evening of the 21st day at anchorage, the battlewagon was torn apart by a massive explosion that shattered the entire forward part of the ship. Out of the 350 officers and enlisted personnel on board the ship that night (four officers were ashore), 252 were dead or missing. During the next three days, eight more died of injuries at Havana hospitals.
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Military & Veteranâ€™s Affairs Educational Specialist (Washington) Old Dominion University, a dynamic public research institution based in Norfolk, Va. with offices located in the Kitsap County area, invites applications for a full-time Military & Veteranâ€™s Affairs Educational Specialist. Reporting to the Associate Director of Military & Veteran Education (WA), this person provides administrative support for office management, academic guidance, enrollment management, and student services. In addition, this person serves as the VA Certifying official for ODUâ€™S students on the military bases in Northwest Washington region and as appropriate throughout the state. This is a classified position with benefits. The salary range is $23, 999 to $32,123. Interested applicants can apply on line at https://jobs.odu.edu Review of applications will begin February 4, 2012 and continue until the position is filled. Old Dominion University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and requires compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
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