Monthly Archives: June 2014

Washington Navy Yard Honors Shooting Victims, Co-workers

On Monday, June 23, Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, spoke at a Navy Yard ceremony held to honor the nine men and three women who died on September 16, 2013, as well as to honor the courage and sacrifice of numerous others, after a contractor entered the base and opened fire. Valkyrians Mike Lombardo… Read more »

RIMPAC Begins Today

RIMPAC, the world’s largest maritime exercise, begins today. ┬áMore than 25,000 service members from 22 nations helped kick off the 24th Rim of the Pacific exercise. To read Vice Adm. Kenneth Floyd’s RIMPAC post, click here.

Inside Combat Rescue

Have you seen National Geographic’s show “Inside Combat Rescue”?!  Wow…. We’re a little late in finding this gem, but better late than never.  And thankfully, videos are available for viewing via the show’s website and there’s a lot of information on their Facebook page, too. The Air Force has offered an unprecedented look behind the… Read more »