Army Sgt. Dustin McGraw shares his journey to becoming a WWI “Doughboy” reenactor on his personal time. He believes the discipline, traditions, and training of Doughboys helped shape the modern Army into what it is today. The term “Doughboy” was a popular nickname for American Expeditionary …
"Bias & prejudice have no place in our military, or in our country. Prejudices – whether visible or invisible, conscious or unconscious—remain a burden to many. They hold back the diversity of the force, representation in our officer ranks, and experiences of our minority members.
While rising through the ranks of the Navy, Culinary Specialist First Class Patricia Miller began belting out velvety R & B notes in jazz clubs, parties and at any event that would say yes, honing her craft after each performance. One of her songs eventually made its way into rotation on…
Drew Bly has a knack for cultivating genuine human interaction with complete strangers. The proof is in his photography. He blends that single conversation with a single deliberate image to masterfully tell the tale. He’s the Public Affairs Officer the Army never knew they needed.
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The Flagship, Inc. hosted a celebration commemorating the 242nd birthday of the U.S. Navy during the 2017 Hampton Roads’ Navy Ball at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott in downtown Norfolk, Oct. 14.
Despite being postponed due to Hurricane Matthew, attendees showed up in their finest to celebrate the Navy's 241st birthday together.