That kind of weight is surprisingly hard to pull into a boat, said Seaman Apprentice
Thirty-five minutes after his shipmates had departed the ship, the seaman apprentice
eased down the brow, en route to joining them.
--A 20-year-old Seaman Apprentice
was riding an off-road motorcycle on an approved off-road course, on base.
Navy, 1948-49, as Seaman Apprentice
aboard the USS Atlanta and the USS Doyle.
A local veterans society finally ran a routine fingerprint check and discovered he had been a seaman apprentice
more than 40 years earlier.
After boot camp, she attended Culinary Specialist "A" school where she was meritoriously advanced to Seaman Apprentice
and as the top Sailor in her class, she was recommended for the Accelerated Advancement Program.
An ordinary day for Culinary Specialist Seaman Apprentice
"It's an honor for me to be standing there representing the Navy and the country before the family," said Seaman Apprentice
Matthew Glenn Hale, a casket bearer.
"She thinks I'm crazy," said Navy Seaman Apprentice
Justin Kwon, who is in training to become an explosives expert at the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal School at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.
Logistic Specialist Seaman Recruit Edward Temme and his sister, Logistic Specialist Seaman Apprentice
Jesselyn Temme, who joined the Navy together, attended the ceremony and will be among the first to graduate with the Navy's new LS rating.
One of Lincoln's Sailors, Information Systems Technician Seaman Apprentice
Norma Shorthair, is from a Navajo reservation in Shonto, Ariz.