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Navy Week – San Antonio

160419-N-NW169-044 SAN ANTONIO (April 19, 2016) Children at the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio watch a demonstration at the Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal discovery table hosted by Senior Chief Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician Dominic Juarez, right, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician 2nd Class Seth Willey, center, and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician 2nd Class Kit Wingate, left, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 11, during San Antonio's Navy Week. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160419-N-NW169-052 SAN ANTONIO (April 19, 2016) Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician 2nd Class Seth Willey, left, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 11, demonstrates a Talon explosive ordnance disposal robot at the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio during San Antonio's Navy Week. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160419-N-NW169-006 SAN ANTONIO (April 19, 2016) Capt. Elizabeth Montcalm-Smith, Commander, Naval Medical Research Unit - San Antonio, center, Lt Jason Fischer, assigned to Navy Office of Community Outreach, left, and Lt Kathryn Gray, assigned to Navy Office of Community Outreach, right, accepts an official proclamation of Navy Week from Bexar County Commissioners Court. Navy Week San Antonio coincides with Fiesta San Antonio which started in 1891 to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160420-N-NW169-010 GEORGETOWN, TX (April 20, 2016) Students at Georgetown High School watch a video as part of a presentation by Special Warfare Operators on mental toughness, teamwork and discipline during San Antonio's Navy Week. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160421-N-NW169-043 SAN ANTONIO (April 21, 2016) Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician 2nd Class Seth Willey, right, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 11, helps kids at the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio don kevlar vests and helmets during San Antonio's Navy Week. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160422-N-NW169-002 SAN ANTONIO (April 22, 2016) Gunner’s Mate Seaman Johnelle Jones, assigned to USS Constitution, presents a Navy command ball cap to a patient at Children's Hospital of San Antonio during a Caps for Kids visit. The Sailors from Old Ironsides are participating in San Antonio’s Navy Week. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160422-N-NW169-005 SAN ANTONIO (April 22, 2016) Seaman Jaydee Rico, assigned to USS Constitution, presents a Navy command ball cap to a patient at Children's Hospital of San Antonio during a Caps for Kids visit. The Sailors from Old Ironsides are participating in San Antonio’s Navy Week. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160422-N-NW169-009 SAN ANTONIO (April 22, 2016) Lt. Cmdr. Timothy Anderson, the executive officer of USS Constitution, presents a Navy command ball cap to a patient at Children's Hospital of San Antonio during a Caps for Kids visit. The Sailors from Old Ironsides are participating in San Antonio’s Navy Week. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160422-N-NW169-021 SAN ANTONIO (April 22, 2016) Seaman Jaydee Rico, assigned to USS Constitution, presents a Navy command ball cap to a patient at Children's Hospital of San Antonio during a Caps for Kids visit. The Sailors from Old Ironsides are participating in San Antonio’s Navy Week. The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160423-N-NW169-065 SAN ANTONIO (April 23, 2016) Sailors, assigned to USS Constitution, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 11, Navy Band Southeast, SEAL and SWCC Scout Team, Naval Medical Research Unit - San Antonio, Navy Office of Community Outreach and Navy Recruiting District - San Antonio participate in the Fiesta Flambeau Parade, the largest illuminated night parade in the nation. The parade is viewed by approximately 700,000 people in the streets of downtown San Antonio and another 1.5 million on television as part of Fiesta San Antonio. Navy Week San Antonio coincides with Fiesta San Antonio which started in 1891 to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto.The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160423-N-NW169-147 SAN ANTONIO (April 23, 2016) Sailors, assigned to USS Constitution, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 11, Navy Band Southeast, SEAL and SWCC Scout Team, Naval Medical Research Unit - San Antonio, Navy Office of Community Outreach and Navy Recruiting District - San Antonio participate in the Fiesta Flambeau Parade, the largest illuminated night parade in the nation. The parade is viewed by approximately 700,000 people in the streets of downtown San Antonio and another 1.5 million on television as part of Fiesta San Antonio. Navy Week San Antonio coincides with Fiesta San Antonio which started in 1891 to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto.The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

160423-N-NW169-156 SAN ANTONIO (April 23, 2016) Sailors, assigned to USS Constitution, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 11, Navy Band Southeast, SEAL and SWCC Scout Team, Naval Medical Research Unit - San Antonio, Navy Office of Community Outreach and Navy Recruiting District - San Antonio participate in the Fiesta Flambeau Parade, the largest illuminated night parade in the nation. The parade is viewed by approximately 700,000 people in the streets of downtown San Antonio and another 1.5 million on television as part of Fiesta San Antonio. Navy Week San Antonio coincides with Fiesta San Antonio which started in 1891 to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto.The Navy Week program is designed to raise awareness about the Navy in areas across the country that traditionally do not have a naval presence, and to bring America's Navy closer to the people it protects through community relations projects, speaking engagements, science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) demonstrations and media interviews with flag hosts and local area Sailors. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael O’Day/Released)

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Posted by Michael on April 25, 2016

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