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  2. Navy Marine Corps Intranet - Wikipedia

    The Navy/Marine Corps Intranet ( NMCI) is a United States Department of the Navy program which was designed to provide the vast majority of information technology services for the entire Department, including the United States Navy and Marine Corps . Contents 1 Overview 2 History 3 Today[when?] 4 Next steps 5 Network security and functionality

  3. Naval Station New York - Wikipedia

    The area is still known colloquially as The Homeport. Naval Station New York (Staten Island) was recommended for closure under the 1993 Base Realignment and Closure Commission, as it was deemed too small, too expensive to house personnel, and made unnecessary with cuts to the Navy. It was closed in 1994.

  4. Naval Station Everett - Wikipedia

    Naval Station Everett (NAVSTA Everett) is a military installation located in the city of Everett, Washington, 25 miles (40 km) north of Seattle. The naval station, located on the city's waterfront on the northeastern end of Puget Sound, was designed as a homeport for a US Navy carrier strike group and opened in 1994.

  5. Dr. Shawn Michael Teran, MD - WebMD

    Nmci Medical Clinic Inc . 1720 Ringwood Ave Ste 102. San Jose, CA, 95131. Tel: (408) 988-8581. Visit Website . Accepting New Patients ; Medicaid Accepted ; Mon 8:00 ...

  6. Naval Station Mayport - Wikipedia

    Naval Station Mayport is also home to the Navy's U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command / United States Fourth Fleet, reactivated in 2008 after being deactivated in 1950.

  7. Charleston Naval Shipyard - Wikipedia

    In supporting Joint Base Charleston, 231 acres (93 ha) of the former Charleston Naval Base/Naval Shipyard facility have been transformed into a multiuse Federal complex, with 17 Government and Military tenants, as well as homeport for six RO-RO Military Sealift Command ships, three Coast Guard National Security Cutters, two NOAA research ships, …

  8. USS Bulkeley - Wikipedia

    USS. Bulkeley. USS Bulkeley (DDG-84) is an Arleigh Burke -class destroyer in the United States Navy. She is named for Medal of Honor recipient Vice Admiral John D. Bulkeley. This ship is the 34th destroyer of its class. USS Bulkeley was the 15th ship of this class to be built at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, Mississippi, and construction ...