Carlos Henriquez, Mass. State Rep., released on bail, denies kidnapping and assault accusations

Carlos Henriquez, Mass. State Rep., released on bail, denies kidnapping and assault accusations

General mess manual and cookbook for use on board vessels of the United States Navy / Prepared under the direction of the Paymaster General. Published by authority of the Secretary of the Navy - dated 1902 - full text .pdf online

General mess manual and cookbook for use on board vessels of the United States Navy / Prepared under the direction of the Paymaster General. Published by authority of the Secretary of the Navy - dated 1902 - full text .

On March 3 1915, the Naval Reserve was officially established. It was the vision of Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels and his assistant, future President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Explore the firsts, achievements and successes in this graphic showcasing 100 years of the U.S. Navy Reserve.

The Navy Reserve is a vital element of the Total Force that is America's Navy. Learn more about the Navy Reserve, its mission, and its structure.

Paulist seminarian Geno Flores shared this photo. His caption: "Back to my days in the Marine Corps; Assistant Secretary of the Navy, William Navas, promoted me to the rank of Sergeant. It was an honor serving our nation in uniform for eight years."

Paulist seminarian Geno Flores shared this photo. His caption: "Back to my days in the Marine Corps; Assistant Secretary of the Navy, William Navas, promoted me to the rank of Sergeant. It was an honor serving our nation in uniform for eight years."

President Vacations in Maine. Under Secretary of the Navy Paul Fay, President John F. Kennedy, Patricia Kennedy aboard the US Coast Guard, December 1962.

President Vacations in Maine. Under Secretary of the Navy Paul Fay, President John F. Boothbay Harbor, ME, aboard the US Coast Guard Cutter "Guardian

General mess manual and cookbook for use on board vessels of the United States Navy / Prepared under the direction of the Paymaster General. Published by authority of the Secretary of the Navy - dated 1902 - full text .pdf online

General mess manual and cookbook for use on board vessels of the United States Navy / Prepared under the direction of the Paymaster General. Published by authority of the Secretary of the Navy - dated 1902 - full text .

President John F. Kennedy, Under Secretary of the Navy Paul B. "Red" Fay, en route to the Commencement Ceremony at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis. June 7, 1961

President John F. Kennedy, Under Secretary of the Navy Paul B. "Red" Fay Jr, en route to the Commencement Ceremony at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Richard V. Spencer delivers remarks during an all-hands call with Sailors at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Richard V. Spencer delivers remarks during an all-hands call with Sailors at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.

1861 Keel of the Monitor laid    On this day in 1861, signaling an important shift in the history of naval warfare, the keel of the Union ironclad Monitor is laid at Greenpoint, New York.  Union Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles appointed an Ironclad Board when he heard rumors that the Confederates were trying to build an iron-hulled ship, as such a vessel could wreak havoc on the Union’s wooden armada. In September 1861, the board granted approval for engineer John Ericsson, a native of…

1861 Keel of the Monitor laid On this day in 1861, signaling an important shift in the history of naval warfare, the keel of the Union ironclad Monitor is laid at Greenpoint, New York. Union Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles appointed an Ironclad Board when he heard rumors that the Confederates were trying to build an iron-hulled ship, as such a vessel could wreak havoc on the Union’s wooden armada. In September 1861, the board granted approval for engineer John Ericsson, a native of…

*PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN signed the bill on December 21st 1861 that created the Navy and Marine Medal of Honor.The U.S.oldest continuously awarded military decoration is the Navy+Marine Corps’Medal of Honor.It was created by Union Secretary of the Navy,Gideon Welles as an award for enlisted men.Senate Bill Number 82 was signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln onDec.21st1861.The highest of military decoration, was designed by artist Christian Schuller.It shows...

President Abraham Lincoln signed the bill on December 1861 that created the Navy and Marine Medal of Honor.

PACIFIC OCEAN (March 30 2014) The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Chafee (DDG 90) flies the U.S. Navy battle ensign while performing maneuvers off the coast of Hawaii. The ship was named for the late Senator John H. Chafee former Secretary of the Navy and decorated veteran of the Marine Corp. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan/Released)

PACIFIC OCEAN (March 30 2014) The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Chafee (DDG 90) flies the U.S. Navy battle ensign while performing maneuvers off the coast of Hawaii. The ship was named for the late Senator John H. Chafee former Secretary of the Navy and decorated veteran of the Marine Corp. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan/Released)

President John F. Kennedy sat with Under Secretary of the Navy Paul "Red" Fay at Camp David in Frederick County, Md. Fay was there with his daughter Sally.    Photo courtesy of JFK Library

President John F. Kennedy (right, holding pipe) sits on a bench with Under Secretary of the Navy Paul 'Red' Fay at Camp David ~ 1963

USA Navy Distinguished Public Service Award, established in 1951, is an award presented by the U.S. Secretary of the Navy to civilians for specific courageous or heroic acts or exceptionally outstanding service of substantial and long-term benefit to the Navy, Marine Corps, or Department of the Navy as a whole. Originally a certificate with a lapel pin, the medal was first presented in July 1951. It is the highest recognition that the Secretary of the Navy may pay to a civilian not employed…

USA Navy Distinguished Public Service Award, established in 1951, is an award presented by the U.S. Secretary of the Navy to civilians for specific courageous or heroic acts or exceptionally outstanding service of substantial and long-term benefit to the Navy, Marine Corps, or Department of the Navy as a whole. Originally a certificate with a lapel pin, the medal was first presented in July 1951. It is the highest recognition that the Secretary of the Navy may pay to a civilian not employed…

President James Monroe is seen discussing with his advisors the policy later known as the Monroe Doctrine.  From left to right, they are Secretary of State John Quincy Adams, Secretary of the Treasury William H. Crawford, Attorney General William Wirt, President Monroe (standing), Secretary of War John C. Calhoun, Secretary of the Navy Samuel Southard, and Postmaster General John McLean.

President James Monroe is seen discussing with his advisors the policy later known as the Monroe Doctrine. From left to right, they are Secretary of State John Quincy Adams, Secretary of the Treasury William H. Crawford, Attorney General William Wirt, President Monroe (standing), Secretary of War John C. Calhoun, Secretary of the Navy Samuel Southard, and Postmaster General John McLean.

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