U.S. Navy Works with Indonesian Divers; Navy Distributes First RAND Military Workplace Survey (HL19)

U.S. Navy Works with Indonesian Divers; Navy Distributes First RAND Military Workplace Survey (HL19)


WELCOME TO ALL HANDS UPDATE, I’M PETTY OFFICER
ANDREW JOHNSON. THESE ARE YOUR HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE FLEET. U.S. NAVY UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND INDONESIAN
NAVY DIVERS ARE PARTNERING TO PROTECT AND PRESERVE THE GRAVESITE OF 700 SAILORS AND
MARINES. USS HOUSTON WAS SUNK DURING THE WORLD WAR
II BATTLE OF SUNDA STRAIT IN 1942. THE SITE OF THE SUNKEN SHIP IS A POPULAR RECREATIONAL
DIVE SITE AND SHOWS SIGNS THAT RIVETS, METAL PLATES AND BOMBS HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THE
SHIP. THE TEAMS ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO PREVENT
FURTHER DISTURBANCE OF THE SITE. NEARLY 580,000 SERVICE MEMBERS HAVE STARTED
TO RECEIVE EMAILS AND LETTERS INVITING THEM TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FIRST RAND MILITARY
WORKPLACE STUDY. THE STUDY WILL HELP COMMANDERS EVALUATE WORKPLACE
RELATIONS, PROFESSIONALISM AND PERSONAL SAFETY. THE VOLUNTARY SURVEY IS CONFIDENTIAL AND CAN
BE COMPLETED ON ANY COMPUTER, EVEN ON SMART PHONES.

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