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Election Season Calls For Caution, Professionalism Among Military

When service members first don their uniforms and pick up their rifles, they do not set aside their citizenship. They reaffirm it, vow to guard it and assume the responsibility to maintain the professionalism of their station. Exercising civic rights and upholding military obligations can be a balancing act for service members. While they are encouraged to participate in the …

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Navy Announces New Uniform Components, Regulations

NAVADMIN 164/12 announced the chief of naval operations’ (CNO) approval of a number of changes to uniforms and uniform wear policy. “These uniform changes are the direct result of sailor and leadership feedback,” said Rear Adm. Tony Kurta, director, Military Personnel Plans and Policy. “Updating Navy uniforms is part of outfitting the 21st Century sailor, ensuring our sailors have practical …

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Mustache March Maximizes Manliness

By Senior Airman Torey Griffith, 11th Wing Public Affairs From www.andrews.af.mil JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. – What makes a man a man? Is it stature or power? Fame or fortune? A fast car or a big gun? From the master of the T-top Trans Am, Burt Reynolds, to the bad boy of breakfast buffets, Ron Swanson, powerful males around the world share one …

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