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Hey everyone!

Make sure you check out the new Navy STEM PSA. Filling the needs in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math) is crucial to the future of the country. That’s why we want you to watch the PSA and share it with friends and family. Get the word out there, encourage and be proud if your Sailor works in a STEM related area!

 

STEM Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/UsNavyStem

Navy.com: http://www.navy.com/stem/

Career Tool: http://www.navy.com/stem/career-tool.html

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Comment by micheladylaura on July 31, 2013 at 12:38am

Great video!

Comment by Hello2u on August 4, 2013 at 6:45pm

@admin,,, yes, this is what our Sea Cadets learn for for 1 week long Summer Trainings on local USS ships in CA.

We get them at 11-17yrs old, by the time they have their mini job tastings, they already know, what they want at DOD sign-up. Its works!  www.seacadets.org  incase your interested

Comment by sunshine27215 on August 14, 2013 at 6:16am

Good morning, day three wondering what Kj is doing....trying to hold back the tears, I think I have cried more in the last 4 days than I have in life. I'm sick of people telling me don't cry, you not the only one or looking at me as if I have lost my mind. I think God for Navy for Moms it good to chat with other moms that are going through or have already experience what I'm feeling. I would like to share a poem one of my friends shared with me her son is in the army. Thanks, T

I Give To You, My Son-

I held him as an infant; I hugged him as a boy

and through the years he has become my greatest pride and joy.

I love him more than I can say,

his life more precious than my own,

but gone are the whims and notions of the little boy that I had known.

For the years have passed so quickly since the time it all began

and now he stands before me with the conviction of a man.

He wants to serve his country, he states aloud with pride

as I try to sort out the emotions that I'm feeling deep inside...

a union of the uncertain fear, which I cannot control

and the allegiance which lies deep within my patriotic soul.

I trust that my years of guidance will serve as a strong foundation

as he performs the duties requested from his beloved nation.

God please guide him as he travels to the places our soldiers have bled

and walk with him through pathways where those heroes' feet have tread.

Oh Sweet Land of Liberty, humbly I give to you, my son

praying you'll return him safely home when his work for you is done.

 

                                                                 ---Author unknown---

 

 

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