AUSN

WINTER 2018

Navy magazine is distributed on Capitol Hill,the Pentagon and naval bases around the world. It provides information that impacts Sailors, their families and the Navy. Navy is published quarterly by the Association of the United States Navy (AUSN).

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2 Navy | Winter 2018 Vision and Mission The Association of the United States Navy (AUSN) is the professional association for Sailors. We are the leading voice for America's Sailors and the premier advocate for a strong Navy. AUSN advances the interests of all members of the Navy community. Editorial Staff Amy L. Wittman, Editor amy.wittman@ausn.org Marlece Lusk, Art Director marlece.lusk@ausn.org AUSN Staff RADM Christopher Cole, USN (Ret.), National Executive Director Brian B. Bauman, Director of Membership and Marketing Leah Gibbs, Executive Assistant CAPT Brett Korade, USN (Ret.), Director of Development ABH2(AW/SW) Michael J. Little, USN (IRR), Director of Legislative Affairs Kathryn Moats, Membership Assistant Shakira Segundo, Chief Financial Officer Amy L. Wittman, Director of Communications Military & Veterans Benefits Support: CAPT Marylynn Marrese, USN (Ret.) MMCM(SS/AW) Michael Niblack, USN (Ret.) Navy (ISSN 0162-2129), authorized under PSM, Section 132.22, published quarterly by the Association of the United States Navy, is a magazine devoted to the professional interests of the members of the Association of the United States Navy. Editorial and Executive Offices; 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 110, Alexandria, Virginia 22304. Telephone: (703) 548-5800. Periodicals postage paid at Alexandria, VA, and other mailing offices. Articles and letters appearing in Navy do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Executive Committee of the Association of the United States Navy or the Editor nor are they necessarily to be interpreted as official policy of the United States Navy or the Association of the United States Navy. Rates: Subscription cost for Navy is covered by mem- bership in the Association of the United States Navy. Membership is open to all dues paying individuals. Subscription price is $30 domestic. Single copy is $7.50. Eligible non-members are not entitled to subscription rates. Photos or articles may be reproduced, providing credit is given to the Association of the United States Navy. Postmaster: Send change of address to the Association of the United States Navy, 3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 110, Alexandria, Virginia 22304. Printed in the USA. D E P A R T M E N T S 8 Legislative Update: Defense Sees Gains in NDAA 10 Membership Update: Legacies, Lessons and Leaning In 12 Shipmates' Symposium: Readiness to Serve 45 Events & Announcements: Sailors of the Year 46 Region Update 47 Reunions C O L U M N S 3 National Executive Director: Eight O'Clock Report By RADM Christopher Cole, USN (Ret.) 5 From the Board: Flag Bridge By VADM Lou Crenshaw, USN (Ret.) 6 From the National President: View from the Bridge By LCDR David M. Bradley, USN (Ret.) 33 Officer Affairs: The Impact of Change By CDR Kimberly A. Brubeck, USN 34 Naval History: A Navy Museum of a Different Kind By David F. Winkler, Ph.D. 36 Military Transitions: Moving to the Civilian Workforce By CAPT Scott Gibney, USN (Ret.) 37 Military Transitions: It's No Longer Just a Resume By Jamie Boyle 38 Your Money: The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act By LCDR Marc J. Soss, SC, USN 40 Health Talk: The Silent Epidemic By CAPT Kathryn M. Serbin, USN (Ret.) 42 USAA Financial Advice: Life's Financial Curveballs 43 Opinion: Industry Innovation By Christopher Neiweem Navy Magazine

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