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Headline: NavyTimes apparently completely oblivious that NucNavy personnel are routinely hired by DOE/NNSA.  You can't swing a dead cat at a DOE site without hitting some NucNavy guy....
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I have met 5 here at INL that were on the same submarine tenders as me while in the Navy during the 80s.
I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be! Dirk Gently

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dead link now...Navy Recruiters complained...they don't want all the Navy Nukes to know how many jobs are out there for them!

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dead link now...Navy Recruiters complained...they don't want all the Navy Nukes to know how many jobs are out there for them!

Article seems to have been scrubbed off the site not just a broken link.

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Not being sure of which location to put this but.... I was wondering why no traffic from the USN affiliated members concerning the current situation with aircraft carrier, fixed wing, nuclear powered #71. Perhaps to sensitive at this time to weigh in, or to vast  to determine a starting point ?  I did notice after the SecNav issued his apology, that the CIC was contemplating involvement.

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Not being sure of which location to put this but.... I was wondering why no traffic from the USN affiliated members concerning the current situation with aircraft carrier, fixed wing, nuclear powered #71. Perhaps to sensitive at this time to weigh in, or to vast  to determine a starting point ?  I did notice after the SecNav issued his apology, that the CIC was contemplating involvement.

I see a lot on Facebook Vets pages but this is an OpSec not nuke issue and there seems to be a lot of blame to go around. Not to let a good discussion go to waste  8)  and since he was nuclear trained. The captains boss was just down the hall not sure why he had to ask for help in a letter with a broad broadcast that was vulnerable to leaking. He had the right idea but the wrong execution. I don't think he should have been relieved nor do I think the SecNav should have criticized him in public that is a violation of protocol for good of the order where officer discipline is typically done in private. I do hope Trump does step in it seems the Captain had a stellar career so far it would be a shame to end it because of information that the sailors spouses already knew and was probably already on the base grapevine. Mixed attitudes on the Facebook pages I frequent but seems a bit like a Shakespearean tragedy.

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I see a lot on Facebook Vets pages but this is an OpSec not nuke issue and there seems to be a lot of blame to go around. Not to let a good discussion go to waste  8)  and since he was nuclear trained. The captains boss was just down the hall not sure why he had to ask for help in a letter with a broad broadcast that was vulnerable to leaking. He had the right idea but the wrong execution. I don't think he should have been relieved nor do I think the SecNav should have criticized him in public that is a violation of protocol for good of the order where officer discipline is typically done in private. I do hope Trump does step in it seems the Captain had a stellar career so far it would be a shame to end it because of information that the sailors spouses already knew and was probably already on the base grapevine. Mixed attitudes on the Facebook pages I frequent but seems a bit like a Shakespearean tragedy.

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Holy half-hitch Batman!! 2nd confirmed Navy casualty courtesy of Captain Covid!!

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