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5 Castles Straight Out of a Fairy Tale

Travel insights from Jenna Buege, contributing editor of The Compass Elegant, dramatic and oozing with history, these castles arenโ€™t home to princesses waiting to be rescued from fire breathing dragons, but they will make travelers feel like theyโ€™re exploring a scene straight out of a fairy tale. Neuschwanstein Castle, Schwangau, Germany Built by King Ludwig… Read More ›

2021 Battle of Midway Ceremony

The Battle of Midway was an epic clash between the U.S. Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy that played out six months after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The U.S. Navyโ€™s decisive victory in the air-sea battle (June 3-6, 1942) and its successful defense of the major base located at Midway Island dashed Japanโ€™s hopes of… Read More ›

The NAVY Magazine – Summer Edition

The first lesson you learn in recruit boot camp is teamwork, and I want to tell you about Monday Deliveryโ€™s collaboration with the Association of the United States Navy (AUSN). helps families stay in touch with their recruits, and AUSN helps families advocate for policies that affect their sons and daughters while they serve…. Read More ›

Coast Guard Graduation Opens

If a Hooah was ever appropriate, now is the time. Itโ€™s been more than a year since the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May suspended family attendance graduation events at Cape May, NJ to stop the spread of COVID-19. The following is from the official Coast Guard FORCECOM page. As a result of our vaccine and mitigation efforts,… Read More ›

Air Force Officially Opens BMT Graduation

If a Hooah was ever appropriate, now is the time. It’s been more than a year since the U.S. Air Force suspended family attendance at Basic Military Training graduation events at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, to stop the spread of COVID-19.  A career in the Air Force officially begins with Basic Military Training (BMT). It is a challenging… Read More ›

From Navy to Entrepreneur

Thirteen years ago, Mary Lujan decided to join the Navy, “I walked into the Navy recruiting office not knowing anything about the Navy. I just knew it was a way to get out of a small town and avoid college debt.” As Mary advanced through the ranks, reaching E-5, she became aware of the challenges female Sailors… Read More ›


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