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1 Association of the United States Navy S P E C I A L S E C T I O N : F U T U R E I N F O C U S Rebranding the Navy Effort aims to 'reach, educate and inspire the best and brightest' By Nick Adde 'We've All Been Forged by the Sea' For MCPON Giordano, Sailors 'are what impresses me the most' By Amy L. Wittman Restoring Readiness Navy training renews focus on seamanship, navigation By Edward Lundquist 14 20 26 LT. MEGAN CHESTER ON COVER: SEAMAN ROBERT SE YMORE, ASSIGNED TO THE AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP USS AMERICA, STANDS THE FORWARD LOOKOUT WATCH DURING THE SHIP 'S TRANSIT THROUGH THE BAB EL MANDEB STRAIT OC T. 1. THE SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER SCHOOL HAS CHANGED ITS TRAINING TO PUT MORE EMPHASIS ON OPEN-WATER INTERAC TION IN CONGESTED AREAS. COVER PHOTO: MASS COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST SEAMAN VANCE HAND 26 Staff members of Surface Warfare Officers School in Newport, R.I., practice ship-handling techniques in the Littoral Combat Ship Full Mission Bridge (FMB) May 23. The school has renewed its focus on ship-handling and navigation training, with an emphasis on "sets and reps" to instill competence and confidence. WINTER 2018 | VOL. 64, NO. 4 Navy Magazine CONTENTS

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