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September 4, 1942 IN UNITY THERE IS STRENGTH Two enlisted men leave with group to undergo final examination.
Last week, the Navy relieved the top two officers on the Fitzgerald and the senior enlisted sailor.
In an unprecedented move, the magazine also enlisted world famous fine artist John Currin, whom Vogue has featured extensively in the past, to paint an original portrait of Lawrence in his classical style.
Several studies of the affluence levels in the neighborhoods of enlisted recruits show that the military is almost completely balanced in its representation of socio-economic groups, if only barely over-representative of the middle class.
Palzewicz served for six years in the U.S. Navy as an enlisted electrician’s mate, servicing a nuclear reactor on a Skipjack-class submarine.
Fleet Week concludes with a pair of events designed to honor enlisted troops.
However, a spokeswoman at Navy Medicine headquarters said the two people involved are Navy hospital corpsmen — the Navy term for an enlisted sailor trained and assigned as a medical worker.
The Fitzgerald’s captain, the executive officer and the senior enlisted sailor have been relieved of command, but no cause of the collision has been determined.
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