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Navy Recruit Graduation: March 20, 2020

Navy Recruit Graduation: March 20, 2020 – Navy Live

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In-Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs.

Read how Recruit Training Command transforms civilians into Sailors – 38,000 of them each year.

The live video from the Navy’s only boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, is scheduled to begin 8:45 a.m. CDT March 20.

Congratulations, Sailors! And welcome aboard to the newest members of our Navy family!

Join in the story of four recruits as they make their way into the Navy through the training pipeline, never before so intimately profiled, of the Navy’s Recruit Training Command in All Hands Magazine’s documentary “Making a Sailor.”

Navy Recruit Graduation: March 20, 2020– Navy Live

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https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/03/19/navy-recruit-graduation-march-20-2020/ tjones

Navy Recruit Graduation: March 13, 2020

Navy Recruit Graduation: March 13, 2020 – Navy Live

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In-Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs.

Read how Recruit Training Command transforms civilians into Sailors – 38,000 of them each year.

The live video from the Navy’s only boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, is scheduled to begin 8:45 a.m. CDT March 13.

Congratulations, Sailors! And welcome aboard to the newest members of our Navy family!

Join in the story of four recruits as they make their way into the Navy through the training pipeline, never before so intimately profiled, of the Navy’s Recruit Training Command in All Hands Magazine’s documentary “Making a Sailor.”

Navy Recruit Graduation: March 13, 2020– Navy Live

Join the #USNavy conversation on social media: FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube, and Flickr.

Congratulate the Navy’s newest Sailors by leaving a comment below.Edit

https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/03/09/navy-recruit-graduation-march-13-2020/ U.S. Navy

NAVY RECRUIT GRADUATION: March 6, 2020

Navy Recruit Graduation: March 6, 2020 – Navy Live

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In-Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs.

Read how Recruit Training Command transforms civilians into Sailors – 38,000 of them each year.

The live video from the Navy’s only boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, is scheduled to begin 8:45 a.m. CST March 6.

Congratulations, Sailors! And welcome aboard to the newest members of our Navy family!

Join in the story of four recruits as they make their way into the Navy through the training pipeline, never before so intimately profiled, of the Navy’s Recruit Training Command in All Hands Magazine’s documentary “Making a Sailor.”

Navy Recruit Graduation: March 6, 2020– Navy Live



Join the #USNavy conversation on social media on FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube, and Flickr.

Congratulate the Navy’s newest Sailors by leaving a comment below.Edit

https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/03/05/navy-recruit-graduation-march-6-2020/ tjones

SECNAV International Women’s Day Forum

March 5, 2020

Welcome to the official blog of the International Women’s Day Forum, hosted by Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly at the Army-Navy Club in Washington, D.C. The event features a panel of women speakers moderated by Courtney Kube of NBC News, as well as a panel discussion from government and military officials, along with remarks from Sec. Modly.

Revisit this blog regularly for the livestream of the event, as well as photos and other content.

Event Background

The global observance of International Women’s Day (March 8) provides an opportunity to reflect on progress made, to advocate for continued change, and to celebrate acts of courage, determination and achievement by women who contribute to their communities, countries and international society.

Official observance of International Women’s Day by the Department of the Navy provides an opportunity during Women’s History Month to acknowledge, celebrate and promote the role of women in defense and national security (to include our Navy-Marine Corps-Civilian team), as well as the U.S. strategy to grow women’s participation in national security.

The Women, Peace, and Security Act of 2017, signed into law by President Trump on October 6, 2017, recognizes the critical link between women’s participation and peace, and mandated the creation of a government-wide strategy to increase the participation of women in security processes. Reflecting a growing global movement to advance women’s inclusion in the security sector, observance of International Women’s Day provides an invaluable platform to demonstrate the achievements and importance of women’s contributions in this regard, and give voice and inspiration to generations of men and women on the value of inclusivity and diversity of thought and participation.

https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/03/02/secnav-international-womens-day-forum/ U.S. Navy

NAVY RECRUIT GRADUATION: FEBRUARY 14, 2020

Navy Recruit Graduation: February 14, 2020 – Navy Live

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In-Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs.

Read how Recruit Training Command transforms civilians into Sailors – 38,000 of them each year.

The live video from the Navy’s only boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, is scheduled to begin 8:45 a.m. CST Feb. 14.

Congratulations, Sailors! And welcome aboard to the newest members of our Navy family!

Join in the story of four recruits as they make their way into the Navy through the training pipeline, never before so intimately profiled, of the Navy’s Recruit Training Command in All Hands Magazine’s documentary “Making a Sailor.”

Navy Recruit Graduation: February 14, 2020– Navy Live

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https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/02/13/navy-recruit-graduation-february-14-2020/ U.S. Navy

Regional Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment

“Sexual harassment and sexual assault are unconscionable and inexcusable actions. These acts don’t just attack the individual, they attack our entire Naval family and the ideals for which we all stand. I know that the leaders from colleges and universities who are joining us in this important regional discussion feel the same way about their institutions and their academic families. We must stand together, learn from each other, and declare together our common commitment to enabling our finest young people to stay focused on their mission and education without the threat of harassment and assault.” –Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly

Welcome to the Navy Live blog for the 2020 Regional Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment. Below you will find news articles, personal commentary from Navy senior leaders, and other content from the Feb. 6 event, in which the Department of the Navy (DON) and the University of New Mexico share strategies for combating assault and harassment in the academic setting.

Click here for the schedule of events.

For more information about the speakers, as well as resource materials on the Navy effort to prevent and respond to sexual assault and sexual harassment, visit the official event page on the Office of the Secretary of the Navy website.

These partnerships serve to align our efforts in order to prevent sexual assault.  It’s vitally important that we synchronize our efforts, share initiatives, and collaborate in order to get at the problem.  Together, we are stronger. –DON, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO) Director Melissa Cohen

Better People. Better Leaders. Better Nation
By Rear Adm. (ret.) Margaret Kibben
Senior Advisor, Department of the Navy, SAPRO

Addressing sexual assault is a priority for the military, and given the shared demographics, it should be no surprise that colleges and universities are contending with the same issue.  In April last year, the Secretary of the Navy convened the first National Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at America’s Colleges, Universities and Service Academies at the United States Naval Academy.  Acting Secretary of the Navy, Thomas Modly, has indicated that “these are the community-level approaches we need to get after not just a military, university or industry-specific issue, but one of the toughest societal issues we face.”

As follow-up to last year’s national conference, the Department of the Navy’s Sexual Assault and Prevention Office (DoNSAPRO) is co-hosting with the University of New Mexico (UNM) a Regional Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at America’s Colleges, Universities and Service Academies: Achieving Cultural Change through Data and an Evaluation Mindset. Experts from academia, the military, and other government agencies will be meeting together to discuss ways to eliminate sexual violence.

The partnership between DoNSAPRO and UNM is a natural fit. UNM is home to three ROTC programs (Army, Air Force, and Navy/Marine Corps) and has made a concerted effort to increase access to higher education for New Mexico’s veterans and their families. Sharing information, best practices, and effective methods for the prevention and response to sexual assault benefits both the university and military communities.

Of specific interest to this region is the startling fact that Indigenous people in the U.S. face higher rates of sexual violence than the general population. UNM has identified its intent to focus on this demographic and to address the concern that the numbers are even greater given the disinclination for this population to report. Discussions with regional experts, students, and staff, will serve to shed light on this question and its impact on the university and military community.

DoNSAPRO instituted the regional discussions in order to contribute to and participate in these very particular issues, as well as to advance the efforts in addressing mutual challenges. The first regional discussion was held in coordination with the State University of New York (SUNY) and has yielded productive and coordinated research in information gathering, (e.g., survey questions), to identify precursor behaviors in order to prevent sexual assault. Together SUNY, UNM, and other colleges and universities have partnered with DoNSAPRO to study bystander intervention, alcohol misuse, behavioral indicators, and other contributing factors, that contribute to sexual assault.


Additional resources on sexual assault and harassment in the military context:

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response/Commander, Navy Installations Command

United States Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Reports

Navy Live blog coverage of the National Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at America’s colleges and universities, April 4-5, 2019

https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/02/05/regional-discussion-on-sexual-assault-and-sexual-harassment/ U.S. Navy

NAVY RECRUIT GRADUATION: January 24, 2019

Navy Recruit Graduation: January 24, 2019 – Navy Live

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In-Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs.

Read how Recruit Training Command transforms civilians into Sailors – 38,000 of them each year.

The live video from the Navy’s only boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, is scheduled to begin 8:45 a.m. CST Jan. 24.

Congratulations, Sailors! And welcome aboard to the newest members of our Navy family!

Join in the story of four recruits as they make their way into the Navy through the training pipeline, never before so intimately profiled, of the Navy’s Recruit Training Command in All Hands Magazine’s documentary “Making a Sailor.”

Navy Recruit Graduation: January 24, 2019 – Navy Live

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https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/01/23/navy-recruit-graduation-january-24-2019/ U.S. Navy

NAVY RECRUIT GRADUATION: JANUARY 10, 2020

Navy Recruit Graduation: January 10, 2020 – Navy Live

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In-Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs.

Read how Recruit Training Command transforms civilians into Sailors – 38,000 of them each year.

The live video from the Navy’s only boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, is scheduled to begin 8:45 a.m. CST Jan. 10.

Congratulations, Sailors! And welcome aboard to the newest members of our Navy family!

Join in the story of four recruits as they make their way into the Navy through the training pipeline, never before so intimately profiled, of the Navy’s Recruit Training Command in All Hands Magazine’s documentary “Making a Sailor.”

Navy Recruit Graduation: January 10, 2020 – Navy Live

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https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/01/09/navy-recruit-graduation-january-10-2020/ U.S. Navy

NAVY RECRUIT GRADUATION: DECEMBER 20, 2019

Navy Recruit Graduation: December 20, 2019 – Navy Live

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In-Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs.

Read how Recruit Training Command transforms civilians into Sailors – 38,000 of them each year.

The live video from the Navy’s only boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, is scheduled to begin 8:45 a.m. CST Dec. 20.

Congratulations, Sailors! And welcome aboard to the newest members of our Navy family!

Join in the story of four recruits as they make their way into the Navy through the training pipeline, never before so intimately profiled, of the Navy’s Recruit Training Command in All Hands Magazine’s documentary “Making a Sailor.”

Navy Recruit Graduation: December 20, 2019 – Navy Live

Join the #USNavy conversation on social media on FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube, and Flickr.

Congratulate the Navy’s newest Sailors by leaving a comment below.Edit

https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2019/12/19/navy-recruit-graduation-december-20-2019/ U.S. Navy

NAVY RECRUIT GRADUATION: DECEMBER 13, 2019

Navy Recruit Graduation: December 13, 2019 – Navy Live

Welcome to Navy Live blog coverage of Recruit Training Command’s graduation, Pass-In-Review. It is a formal military ceremony that honors a Sailor’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life. Pass-In-Review also ties together the future of the Navy with our long-held naval traditions and customs.

Read how Recruit Training Command transforms civilians into Sailors – 38,000 of them each year.

The live video from the Navy’s only boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois, is scheduled to begin 8:45 a.m. CST Dec. 13.

Congratulations, Sailors! And welcome aboard to the newest members of our Navy family!

Join in the story of four recruits as they make their way into the Navy through the training pipeline, never before so intimately profiled, of the Navy’s Recruit Training Command in All Hands Magazine’s documentary “Making a Sailor.”

Navy Recruit Graduation: December 13, 2019 – Navy Live

Join the #USNavy conversation on social media FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube, and Flickr.

Congratulate the Navy’s newest Sailors by leaving a comment below.Edit

https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2019/12/12/navy-recruit-graduation-december-13-2019/ U.S. Navy