August 26, 2016

Vol 80, No. 44

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Navy advancement center hosts chief selectees

A group of 35 prospective chief petty officers from NAS Pensacola visited the Navy Advancement Center Aug. 22 as part of their transition training from petty officer first class to CPO. The CO of the Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center, Capt. Lee Newton, kicked-off the program by stressing the impact the chief selectees will have on their Sailors.

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Pure Praxis brings SAPR message to NASWF

Using the power of performance to hit home the need for education and intervention in regards to the evils of sexual assault is the purpose of the social theater group Pure Praxis. The group visited NAS Whiting Field July 28 to present a performance education workshop to train base personnel.

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NETC honors Sailors of the Quarter

Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) recognized AT1 Jose A. Muniz Jr. from Devine, Texas, as Instructor of the Quarter and MM1 Alexander W. Lange from Athens, Tenn., as Sailor of the Quarter award during an award ceremony July 26.

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