Tag Archives: Navy

Be Kind, Rewind

Winding expert wins Sailor of the Week award A U.S. Navy cadet won Sailor of the Week at Naval Station Mayport (Jacksonville, Fla.) last week. Jason Sieh, Electricians Mate 3rd Class (EM3), is a 23 year old who has motor rewind expertise. Ask anyone—this has become something of a rarity in engineering circles. Thank goodness for […]

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Docked & Loaded

U.S. destroyer back to San Diego after motor repairs A new model of U.S. destroyer arrived at its homeport of San Diego December 8th after a three-month odyssey at sea wrought with breakdowns and repairs. After being out of commission and docked in Panama for three weeks, the U.S.S. Zumwalt is now docked at Naval Station San […]

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Line ‘Em Up

Shaft alignment vital aboard Navy ships Maintenance priorities aren’t limited to a single dimension of the industry. When it comes to the U.S. Navy, sailors deal with some of the very same obstacles as shop employees, and must be on alert for similar red flags. Aboard any Navy vessel, pumps are clearly of great importance, and thus, […]

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