**The Navy**

**BY $amuel Anthony**

****Mission Of The Navy****

**The Mission Of The Navy Is To Maintain ,Train & And Equip Combat Ready Naval Forces Capable Of Winning Wars,Dettering Aggression And Freedom Among The Seas**

***Active Duty***

America was founded on the principles of courage, equality and fairness. And for well over 200 years, America’s Navy has been instrumental in presenting these ideals to the world – through the selfless service of upstanding men and women; through their responsible use of incredibly powerful capabilities; and through the pride, purpose and professionalism that comes through in all they do.

Here, learn what it means to be part of America’s Navy. A Global Force For Good. Get a sense of the Navy’s ongoing mission, history and traditions. Meet the current Navy leadership. Plus, check out the many locations around the globe where the Navy does its work – and the types of awesome equipment that are employed to get the job done.

Through words and testimonials, pictures and videos, historical facts and breaking news, you’ll find a clear demonstration of who and what America’s Navy is – and beyond that – why its presence is so important.

The Are Currently 323,951 Navy Personnel,,,,53,580 Officers,,265,901Enlisted People,,4,470MidShipMen
These Are Some Of The Active Duty Naval Midshipmen


There Are 109,738 Ready Reserves As Of September 2013
Selected Reserves:62,444
Indivisual Ready Reserves:47,294
Navy Reserves Arent Really Used Or In Time Of Crisis Or War


Aircrafts Carries Are The Centerpiece Of The United States Naval Forces. One Any Given Day, Aircraft Carries Exercise The Navy Core Capabilities Of Power Protection, Foward Presence,Humanititarian Assistance,Detterence ,& Sea Control
:Aircraft Carries - Allowing The Mobile Projection Of Naval Air Power Across The Globe

**MIquito Fleet**

Commanded By Lieutienat commander J. T. McLaughlin , Usn , Carries 750 Sailors And Marines Into The Everglades To Fight The Seminole Indians

1941 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt places Coast Guard under jurisdiction of Department of the Navy for duration of national emergency.
1967 - Operation Coronado IX began in Mekong Delta
1979 - Beginning of retirement of Polaris A-3 program begins with removal of missiles from USS Abraham Lincoln (SSBN 602). Last Polaris missile removed in February 1982