Monthly Archives: November 2011

Navy Will Continue to Be Forward and Ready

Navy Will Continue to Be Forward and Ready Shipmates, I am re-purposing the following post that ran this week in the Washington Post print edition. It is available on line with a host of other tributes to naval aviation at … Continue reading

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“Maintaining High Standards”

Shipmates, This week I signed a document reinforcing my position on the “charge of command,” written by my predecessor ADM. Gary Roughead.  I’ve been asked several times over the past few weeks what I think of the recent string of … Continue reading

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“Happy Birthday Marine Corps”

Shipmates, On behalf of the United States Navy, Happy 236th Birthday to the United States Marine Corps!  On the 10th of November, we can reflect with pride on more than two centuries of warfighting excellence alongside our primary joint partner.  … Continue reading

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“Value of Maritime Crossroads”

Shipmates, I testified yesterday for the first time as your CNO before the House Armed Services Committee. The subject was the ongoing budget discussion here in Washington. I was there with my fellow service chiefs to talk about how those … Continue reading

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