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This is depressing, and I know you’re not here to be depressed, you’re here because you already are, or you wouldn’t be checking a site that’s essentially never updated.

I liked blogging, then I worked at it, then it kinda died with new SocialMedia, and now I romanticize the Good Old Blogging Days the longer I’m active mostly on Twitter.

I keep this because I’m not bold enough to be a quitter, and because I may need to come back someday.

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GruntDoc by Gruntdoc - 9M ago

Naval History and Heritage Command : About
In 1972 Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt authorized recognition of 13 October as the Navy?s birthday. In contrast to Navy Day, the Navy Birthday is intended as an internal activity for members of the active forces and reserves, as well as retirees, and dependents. Since 1972 each CNO has encouraged a Navy-wide celebration of this occasion "to enhance a greater appreciation of our Navy heritage, and to provide a positive influence toward pride and professionalism in the naval service."

Fair winds and following seas.

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Naval History and Heritage Command : About
In 1972 Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt authorized recognition of 13 October as the Navy?s birthday. In contrast to Navy Day, the Navy Birthday is intended as an internal activity for members of the active forces and reserves, as well as retirees, and dependents. Since 1972 each CNO has encouraged a Navy-wide celebration of this occasion "to enhance a greater appreciation of our Navy heritage, and to provide a positive influence toward pride and professionalism in the naval service."

Fair winds and following seas.

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