Thanks to our incredible community, we have continued our tradition of excellence in terms of content, reach, and partnerships. This year’s topic weeks have weighed in on critical topics and debates, including Marine Corps transformation, the Russia-Ukraine war, and human factors in national security. Our Sea Control podcast has reinvigorated discussion of critical maritime security issues and naval history. Our naval professional society, the Warfighting Flotilla, is rapidly growing and offering new ways for members to connect and converse. Together, we have built tremendous momentum for the future and sustained this vibrant forum.
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Featured Image: The U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Michael Murphy (DDG-112) is moored pierside during the annual Pearl Harbor Festival of Lights at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (USA). (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)