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View from the Bridge
I hope you had a fantastic celebration of the birth of our Nation. We all celebrated in our typical American fashion with picnics, baseball and fireworks. I hope you had time to think about all the men and women who sacrificed so much to gain and maintain our freedom.

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2014: A year of milestones
While another holiday season has come and gone, there is still much to celebrate as we enter into the New Year. 2014 marks several important milestones for the Association of the United States Navy (AUSN), including the fifth anniversary of our transition from the Naval Reserve Association (NRA) to AUSN.

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After C-40s, the Navy Needs New C-130s
April 2010 Navy by Casey Coane Our feature this month is the Lockheed C-130J aircraft. We were pleased to be able to tour the plant in Marietta, Geo...

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President’s Budget and QDR Released
March 2010 Navy by RADM Casey Coane This month, we celebrate the 95th birthday of the Navy Reserve. We are pleased to have an interview feature with...

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Editor's View - February 2010
February 2010 Navy by Casey W. Coane Life Benefactors Help AUSN Reach for Success On page 25, this month, you will find the list (as of 30 December...

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Editor's View - January 2010
January 2010 Navy by Casey Coane Welcome to the New Year and one that promises to be just as interesting and challenging as the last. The guest colu...

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Editor's View - December 2009
December 2009 Navy by Casey W. Coane This month, our feature is a second interview with the CNO, Admiral Gary Roughead. We are always happy to have ...

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Editor's View

It simply cannot be that we are this close to the end of another year. I don’t even want to think about holiday shopping and that probably means that I am behind as usual. The good news is that it is not too late to take advantage of the great AUSN items in our ship’s store. Go on-line and simplify your shopping.

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Editor's View
October 2009 Navy Magazine by Casey W. Coane This month marks the third edition of Navy as our new monthly flagship. Those of you with e-mail are al...

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Editor's View
September 2009 Navy by Casey W. Coane Because of publication deadlines, as we write this Congress is about to leave for the August recess. I hope th...

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Editor's View
August 2009, Navy by Casey W. Coane This month, we launch Navy as the official publication of the Association of the United States Navy, hence the c...

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 Last month on the third, a few of our members, President Hardy, and Past President Steiner attended the Arlington internment of Past President Fred D. Carl. Although I doubt that any of us would say that we enjoy such an event, it is always impressive to see the way in which our shipmate is taken care of by the funeral detail. Thunderstorms had threatened all afternoon, but the service was conducted in perfect sunny weather. I was pleased that we could be there for Fred and his family.

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Your Headquarters staff continues to work all the issues surrounding making the change of name a reality. As I told the Executive Committee in my communiqué last month, we have a list of more than eighty items to work through. With the help of the Transition Committee and our consultants, we will get it accomplished expeditiously.

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This month, of course, we will have our conference in Fort Worth at the Renaissance Worthington. It promises to be both busy and fun. As they did in Hawaii, the Anchors have done a wonderful job in helping with the fun part. The business part is up to you. This is an important time in the history of the Association, and those of you who truly care about our future need to be there.

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This month, the guest column features The Honorable Thomas F. Hall, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs. As the Administration will change on the 20th, it is entirely fitting to hear from the Secretary one more time.

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Happy Birthday, Navy Reservists. March marks the ninety-first birthday of the establishment of the Federal Naval Reserve by an act of congress. Now, in the first two sentences, I have said "Naval Reserve" and "Navy Reservists"; and I think that this birthday is an excellent time to talk about - why the change? Some of you may be on board and many of you may not have any idea why. In December, as part of Congress finally getting the Defense Authorization Bill passed, they also included the official name change from the Naval Reserve to the Navy Reserve.

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Just before Christmas, your Congress finally passed the Defense Authorization Bill. To say that it was overdue is an understatement of significant magnitude. It is indeed unfortunate that our military has been held hostage to partisan bickering on Capitol Hill. As is usual, we were pleased with some things in the bill and disappointed by others that were left out of the final version.

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Another year is upon us; and as i gaze into the crystal ball, the only thing that seems certain is that there will be surprises along the way. Our Navy Reservists continue to step up to the plate and respond in ways never before imagined. Now, through the middle of January, we are mobilizing 161 Navy Reservists to assist with the Navy assumption of the Horn of Africa operations. Thank God for them and for their families.

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