USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), first in a new class of aircraft carrier, will be commissioned July 22nd. The Gerald R. Ford class will deliver unprecedented flexibility and capability to the fleet. To learn more about this new carrier, we talk with the Ford's commanding officer, Ford's daughter, the ship's resource sponsor, and a junior engineer working aboard the ship.
The Navy is pushing to reduce administrative distractions that could potentially water down Sailors' mission focus. NAVADMIN 168/17 announced the immediate elimination of seven shipboard collateral duties. Additionally, a working group will examine the remaining list of collaterals to identify more that could be eliminated. In this episode, Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Bill Moran and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Steven Giordano shed some light on the origins of this effort, and
As CNO prepares to head to the 2017 DoD Warrior Games in Chicago, we talk with one of the Navy athletes competing this year, in addition to several key leaders and organizers of the Warrior Games and the Navy Wounded Warrior program. They include Vice Adm. Mary Jackson, Commander, Navy Installations Command; Scott Danberg, a five-time Paralympian and the Warrior Games Sports Director; and Warrior Care Manager Marissa Larson. For more information on the Warrior Games and tickets go to www.dodwarr
In this edition we talk to the Chief of Naval Operations about Integrity, the final of four core attributes highlighted in A Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority. CNO talks about why he chose this attribute, how it plays a role in today's Navy, and why it has such an impact at both the personal and institutional levels.
In this edition, we have CNO's full speech in honor of the 75th Battle of #Midway Anniversary from the deck of USS Midway Museum. One of the most important battles in U.S. naval history, the Battle of Midway was the turning point in World War II’s Pacific Theater. This podcast includes the Navy Hymn and Taps.
We sit down with Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Steven Giordano to discuss the CPO 365 training program. We ask him to contextualize the decision to allow the word initiation to be used during the process; further outline his leadership principles; explain his view of the chiefs mess-ward room relationship; and offer some advice to aspiring chief petty officers.
In this podcast, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson discusses the Navy's Core Attribute of Toughness. We also hear from the commanding officer and executive officer of USS Mason, the guided missile destroyer that responded to multiple instances of incoming missile threats while operating in the Red Sea.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson discusses changes to the Navy's strategic environment and competitors, as outlined in his strategic guidance 'A Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority.' In the next episode, more on each of the designs key 'lines of effort'.
In his latest podcast, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson discussed what he describes as the Navy 'core attributes.' Building on the Navy's core values, the attributes of integrity, accountability, initiative, and toughness serve as guiding criteria for decisions and actions by leaders up and down the chain of command.
This episode of Soundings discusses fostering innovation and creativity to maintain the Navy's strategic advantage, selfless service, and features the CNO's remarks during the Reagan National Defense Forum and the Angels on the Battlefield Awards Gala.
In this episode of Soundings, CNO discusses the U.S. Navy as part of a global coalition of navies, the roles these navies serve together and we have his comments on current matters such as U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations around the globe.