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April 11, 2014

Vol 78, No. 14

 

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A3Commentary

A7Partyline

B1Gosport Life

B2Spotlight

B4Off Duty

B5Command Lines

B6Military Marketplace

Degree programs to be added in response to NCO survey

The Navy College Office (NCO) serving NAS Pensacola and surrounding locations announced April 2 it is moving forward to offer additional degree programs based on the online Educational Needs Assessment Survey conducted late last year.

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NMOTC celebrates Women’s History Month

Service members and civilians from the U.S. Navy’s premier training facility for operational medicine and aviation survival training participated in a March 28 event designed to celebrate the successes, challenges and contributions of women in the United States Navy.

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NASWF advances security through NACMS

Access to Naval Air Station Whiting Field got a little more high tech recently as a new security system was instituted to verify identification cards, using modern scanning tools to read and display the information from ID cards on portable displays for security personnel.

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Open house at NASP Fleet and Family Support Center

On April 2, the Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola hosted a “Taste of FFSC” Open House, which was well-attended by service members, family members and civilians.

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