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United States Naval Academy

United States Naval Academy
The United States Naval Academy is located along the Severn River in Annapolis. Students commit to become officers in the United States Navy. The site forms a significant part of Maryland's prominent role in the federal workplace.
The United States Naval Academy is located along the Severn River in Annapolis. Students commit to become officers in the United States Navy. The site forms a significant part of Maryland's prominent role in the federal workplace. « Show less

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  • Obama's commencements: Tradition

     
    by Mark Silva It's getting to be that time of year. And presidents have follwed a certain tradition at this time of year: Sending off the graduates of one public school, one private school and one service academy. President Barack...
  • Obama: 'What Memorial Day is all about'

     
    by Mark Silva This president is headed to Camp David today for the Memorial Day weekend, and, figuring that Americans are getting ready to "fire up the grill,'' offers a weekend address today that is short on political policy and...

    Obama: Naval graduates' new missions

     
    by Peter Nicholas President Barack Obama told Naval Academy graduates today that changing threats to U.S. security will require them to take on new, unorthodox missions that involve more than subduing an enemy in combat. In his third and final...

    Sanctioned barbecue contest in Annapolis

     
    The Naptown BarBAYq is going on today and tomorrow at the Naval Academy’s Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in AnnapolisNaptown = Annapolis The barbeque contest is sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) and presented by the Rotary...

    50th anniversary of John Glenn's Friendship 7 flight

     
    From the Sun's print edition:Baltimore Sun librarian Paul McCardell offers this post: "Godspeed, John Glenn." Fellow astronaut Scott Carpenter spoke those words 50 years ago on Feb. 20, 1962, during the launch of Mercury spacecraft "Friendship 7." On bo