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United States Navy Personnel’s

Do you know what it taken to serve in the United States Navy? You can run on the land, duck down, or hold a person under your grip, but how about on the water? The terrible times, the heartthrob, the spirit of not giving up, the will to sacrifice for their lands, the United States Navy is regarded as the most capable navy of the world.

The U.S. Navy is the largest navy in the world that gives a tough competition to its allies in terms of its active battle fleet that can be compared with 13 navies combined. With a history that dates back to the time of the American Revolution, the U.S. Navy has been serving the country ever since. The mission of the Navy Department is to:

  • The preparation of naval forces necessary for the effective prosecution of the war.
  • The maintenance of naval aviation, including land-based naval aviation, air transport essential for naval operations, and all air weapons and air techniques involved in the operations and activities of the Navy.
  • The development of aircraft, weapons, tactics, technique, organization, and equipment of naval combat and service elements.

It takes a tough man or woman to become part of the armed sea force serving the United States. Their training is based on land, water, and air where according to the requirement of the Navy, they have to get in line to prepare themselves for the toughest of situations.

Addressing these brave men, veterans who have served in the United States Navy go through the most difficult situation that any man can imagine in his lifetime. These veterans often get psychologically affected and seek medical attention to come out of the traumatic situations that they have gone through during their military service. When has the life of a navy officer been easy? That pride that they wear on their shoulders, the uniform that they carry, comes with a price.

To understand truly what a Navy officer goes through, no better than a veteran himself, who has served in the navy, can tell. asks you to join our platform and share with the world the hardships, intense training, and experiences that you have gone through during your service in the U.S. Navy.

We are offering here a platform that establishes friendships between fellow veterans and people from outside who wish to connect with and learn about U.S. military lifestyle. We encourage friendships that can take you pain away and fill that gap in your life that a veteran often suffers. What is here to risk? Why still lonely? Make a connection and give words to your feelings. A new world is waiting for you to claim it!