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The first Navy Chaplain awarded the Medal of Honor comforted the wounded and helped prevent further damage after an attack on the USS Franklin.
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Chief of Chaplains for the Navy, Rear Adm. Mark Tidd addresses service members about resources to help prevent sexual assault. He says Chaplains are there 24/7 for anyone in need, and that it’s everyone’s duty to prevent and stop sexual …
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Posted by Jayne Davis, DCoE Strategic Communications From www.dcoe.health.mil  With 30 years in the military, the last 12 with the Navy, Lt. Cmdr. Steve Dundas thought he was sufficiently familiar with and steeled against the impacts of war. A deployment to …
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From DMA Navy In the spirit of the holidays, it is often tradition to give thanks to those with whom deserve it the most.  The Navy’s chaplains are offering some holiday cheer by giving thanks and offering words of good …
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By Richard Ginn, Col., MSC, U.S. Army (Ret.) Article originally appeared in The GROG Sam Stone came home, To his wife and family After serving in the conflict overseas. And the time that he served, Had shattered all his nerves, …
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