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All Hands: Attention to Colors!

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WOW, WOW, WOW!!! Outstanding, thank you so much.
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Today, NAVSEA held a Change-of-Command Ceremony. VADM Thomas Moore relieved VADM Willy Hilardes. VADM Hilardes retires after 39 years of service to our country, and our Navy. #NAVSEA   #WashingtonNavyYard  
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"Haze gray and away," Admiral Hilardes...
Semper Fi...
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Chipotle Chicken Pasta "Casserole", cooked in my Lodge 17-inch skillet.
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That's awesome
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EXACTLY.😙 .THERE GOING TO ARREST
THE WHOLE UNITED STATES .WAKEUP
PPL.. WON'T HAPPEN WE .👳..MOSLEMS
TOWELHEAD ,MOFO'S. .PISS OFF..DIE 😘
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The same capability as the DDG 51 class, but stationary. Another site in Poland is expected to be operational within the next year or 2. 
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Outstanding, thank you
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Today, NAVSEA held a Change-of-Command Ceremony. VADM Thomas Moore relieved VADM Willy Hilardes. VADM Hilardes retires after 39 years of service to our country, and our Navy. #NAVSEA   #WashingtonNavyYard  
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Fair winds and following seas Admiral.
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"Undercover Boss": Navy Edition

RADM Thomas (COMNAVSURFLANT) goes undercover in the Deck Division of the USS Whidbey Island.

http://www.wearethemighty.com/intel/navy-admiral-went-undercover-boss-seaman
Navy Rear Adm. Dave Thomas took part in an “Undercover Boss” segment for a local news channel where he dressed up as a junior enlisted seaman to get a taste of life as a young sailor. When the world’s saltiest seaman “E-3” arrives with a camera crew, it feels like a “Hello, my name is Matt” …
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With the cammera crews there, and his age, they knew something was up and to be on there best behavior. :). Very fun though
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Clean up this community +Stephanie Stiavetti If i wanted to look at porn, i would visit those websites separately
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+Analisa loves Eleazar Xoxoxoxo oh my god, pls be marry quick - don't wait if u hav one - don't let him spend there but to beautify as u like head to toe for him only 
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From the +Naval Sea Systems Command Facebook Page....

Z-gram 1000: Zumwalt sails for first time #DDG1000     #PlatformsMatter  
(KENNEBEC RIVER) - The future USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) is underway for the first time conducting at-sea tests and trials. The multi-mission ship will provide independent forward presence and deterrence, support special operations forces, and operate as an integral part of joint and combined expeditionary forces.
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Radar Systems Engineer/Technical Director - US Navy(Naval Sea Systems Command(NAVSEA))
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  • US Navy (Civilan/Washington Navy Yard)
    Sr. Radar Systems Engineer, 2008 - present
  • US Navy (Civilan/Washington Navy Yard)
    Radar Systems Engineer/Technical Director, 2009 - present
  • US Navy(Active Duty)
    1987 - 1997
  • US Navy (Civilian/NSWC Dahlgren)
    Systems Engineer, 1997 - 2001
    Systems Engineering tasks with AN/SQQ-89(V) ASWCS
  • US Navy (Civilan/NSWC Dahlgren)
    AEGIS Combat Systems Engineer, 2001 - 2006
  • US Navy (Civilan/Washington Navy Yard)
    AEGIS Combat Systems Engineer/C4I Integration, 2006 - 2008
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Looking to meet friends (new and old) interested in things such as Phyics, Electrical/Computer Engineering, US Military/US Navy, RVs/Motorhomes/Travel Trailers, Cooking, Law/Legal/Law Enforcement, and EMS/Emergency Medicine topics.
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Fort Lauderdale, FL - Deerfield Beach, FL - San Diego, CA - Austin, TX - Virginia Beach, VA - Fredericksburg, VA
Our 2nd visit here, and the service and food has greatly improved since they first opened a couple months ago. Keep up the good work folks.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
A carnivores delight..
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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First time at Monument since they relocated from their original location. The food was excellent, as expected. However, I am not a fan of the new and LIMITED menu. There are only 5 dinner options, not including the nightly specials. A very unique concept/business model as they have "The Monument Market" attached to the restaurant, and their own vegetable and herb gardens where they grow and harvest their organic products for use in the restaurant and market.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
For a museum that boasts about its displays of shipwrecks of the coast of NC, I was extremely disappointed in their exhibit. The majority of the exhibits focused on the CSS Monitor. Other minor displays included retro diving equipment from US Divers, and DACOR. A small case or 2 talking about the Titanic (which is no where near the NC coast), commercial fishing equipment (rods/reels, fish finders, etc) and finally miscellaneous "stuff" that washed ashore. It's a total waste of time.
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