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EP. 398: Operation Neptune: Liberating Europe

07 June 2024
Host Eric Mills and author Ed Offley discuss Operation Neptune, the most epic undertaking in the annals of amphibious warfare that unleashed a tidal wave of manpower onto France’s shores that marked the beginning of the end for the Third Reich.
The U.S. Navy Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) arrives in Los Angeles Harbor during Los Angeles Fleet Week, May 21, 2024.

The Case for Data Science at Sea

By Rear Admiral Carlos Sardiello and Lieutenant Commander Shane Halton, U.S. Navy, and Annie Voigt
June 2024
DS@S teams can enhance the Navy’s afloat decision-making capabilities, improve battlespace awareness, and harnessing the power of data analytics and software development at the tactical edge
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CEO Notes

June 2024
Graduation season and Father’s Day are here, and the Naval Institute has great gift ideas for those special people in your life!
Lieutenant Claire Thatcher, an aviator from the Merlins of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 3, flies her MH-60S Seahawk/Knighthawk over the Grand Canyon in April 2024.

Fleet Replacement Squadron

June 2024
Sometimes known as a “RAG”—readiness air group—the FRS is responsible for training pilots and aircrew in their specific aircraft after flight training and before joining the fleet.

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