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USA: NMCRS Holds Active Duty Fund Drive Awareness Event

first_img Share this article View post tag: Navy View post tag: Defense April 26, 2013 View post tag: Duty View post tag: Active View post tag: Drive View post tag: Awareness View post tag: NMCRS View post tag: Defence USA: NMCRS Holds Active Duty Fund Drive Awareness Event View post tag: holds View post tag: fund The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) held an Active Duty Fund Drive Awareness Event at the Pentagon April 23.The goal of the event was to provide Sailors and Marines with information about NMCRS and the programs they offer.“We wanted to raise awareness about the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society and educate Sailors and Marines about the different programs and services offered,” said Rama Latin, the Charitable Campaigns Administrator for the National Capital Region.NMCRS is a volunteer program that began in 1904 and offers financial assistance to Sailors and Marines.“The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society provides Sailors and Marines with services and programs that are in need of assistance,” said Latin. “Some of the programs and services that are offered are the Budget for Baby Program, interest free loans and grants, and the Combat Casualty Assistance Visiting Nurse Program.”In 2012 the NMCRS provided more than 63,000 clients with financial assistance.“I never thought I would use the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society but they were there when I needed them,” said Chief Petty Officer Eric Peters, the Leading Chief Petty Officer for the Chairman Dining Facility for the Joint Chiefs of Staff. “I highly recommend Sailors and Marines who are need of assistance to go to the NMCRS.”Peters added that the NMCRS is one of the best resources for supervisors.“The NMCRS is one of the best tools in a supervisor’s pocket because helping Sailors and Marines is their only job,” said Peters. “That’s what they are there for, to provide Sailors and Marines with assistance when they need it.”NMCRS’s fund drive is scheduled to run until April 30.The mission of NMCRS is to provide, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational and other assistance to members of the naval services of the United States, eligible family members and survivors when in need, and to receive and manage funds to administer these programs.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, April 26, 2013; Image: US Navy View post tag: Naval Training & Education Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: NMCRS Holds Active Duty Fund Drive Awareness Event View post tag: event View post tag: News by topiclast_img read more

Australia: Journey Down Memory Lane for Naval College Class of 1953/55

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today Australia: Journey Down Memory Lane for Naval College Class of 1953/55 Australia: Journey Down Memory Lane for Naval College Class of 1953/55 View post tag: College View post tag: Journey View post tag: class May 21, 2013 View post tag: Australia View post tag: Memory View post tag: 1953/55 View post tag: HMAS Stirling The Naval College Class of 1953/55 took a journey down memory lane when they held their 60th Anniversary reunion at HMAS Stirling on Wednesday, 15 May 2013.Travelling from all parts of Australia, the 40 visitors who consisted of retired members, their partners and widows of former 1953 class members relished the opportunity to spend a day back onboard a Navy base.Escorted through the Submarine Training Systems Centre, they met and spoke with Training Authority Submarines, Commander Matthew Hoffman about ‘Today’s Navy’ and in particular submarine capabilities.Navy Domestic Engagement Regional Coordinator and escort for the day Chief Petty Officer Maritime Logistics – Steward Toni Ralph said it was a delight to accompany the visitors around the base and act as a guide during their windscreen tour of HMAS Stirling. “It’s not every day you get an opportunity to meet Commodore Peter Dechaineux, the son of Captain Emile Dechaineux,” said CPO Ralph.“I enjoyed the opportunity to listen to their stories of times gone by, the contributions they made to the Navy and at Stirling whilst they were serving,” she said.Highlights of the reunion included a short visit to the Fleet Base West Naval Museum where the ‘old’ became the ‘familiar’, and to the Submarine Escape Training Facility where they were able to conduct a walk through of the Escape Tower.A visit to the Torpedo Maintenance Facility and the RAN School of Survivability and Ship Safety ensured the visitors were brought up to date on a variety of Navy aspects.Current serving Officers and Senior Sailors joined the visitors in the Sir James Stirling Mess for lunch where stories of camaraderie still relevant in today’s Navy were shared.Commander Les Renfrey, RAN Retired said it was the sense of nostalgia and the memories of mateship that he enjoyed most from the visit.Commodore Peter Dechaineux, RAN Retired recalled memories of his time as Commanding Officer HMAS Creswell, recognising the position as the finest of his career. On visiting HMAS Stirling, he acknowledged relationships and people as the best aspect. “Re-establishing the connection with the Collins Class submarines and meeting current serving members of the RAN have been the highlight of the day,” he said.[mappress]Press Release, May 21, 2013 View post tag: Lane View post tag: Defence Training & Education View post tag: down View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic Share this articlelast_img read more

Exercise Croix du Sud Comes to an End

first_img Exercise Croix du Sud Comes to an End View post tag: Croix du Sud September 5, 2014 View post tag: europe Australian Defence Force members have demonstrated their commitment to supporting regional neighbours in need, as Exercise Croix du Sud in New Caledonia comes to an end. Back to overview,Home naval-today Exercise Croix du Sud Comes to an End View post tag: Asia-Pacific View post tag: comes Croix du Sud, which means “Southern Cross” in French, is a multinational military exercise organised every two years by the French Armed Forces in New Caledonia, with a scenario based on the devastating aftermath of a category four cyclone.Around 200 Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army and Royal Australian Air Force personnel were among members from 10 international defence forces contributing to the exercise, held from 25 August to 5 September, 2014.The Commander of the Australian Contingent, Wing Commander Jim Xinos, said the realistic scenario gave international defence forces the chance to test their response to a real life disaster.“We well know from Australian experience, cyclones can be quite devastating,” he said.“Exercise Croix du Sud allows us to come together as contributing nations and work towards providing assistance to a country in need.“The likelihood of this type of event occurring in our region is quite high which is why we rehearse this scenario every couple of years.”Along with a headquarters element, sailors, soldiers and airmen across the wider Australian Defence Force contributed across all facets of the exercise.Australian Navy members provided a Deployable Geospatial Survey Team to survey landing areas, while landing crafts HMA Ships Labuan and Tarakan facilitated troop and vehicle movements with support from HMNZS Canterbury.Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment, formed a rifle company to assist in providing security alongside French Armed Forces, New Zealand Army, Tonga Defence Services, British Army and US Marines personnel.Royal Australian Air Force members provided airlift with a KA350 King Air, supporting air operations with the French Armed Forces and Royal Canadian Air Force.The Australian Defence Force plans to support Exercise Croix du Sud when it is conducted in New Caledonia in 2016.[mappress]Press Release, September 05, 2014; Image: Australian Governmentcenter_img View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic Share this article View post tag: Exercise View post tag: Navy Authorities View post tag: endlast_img read more