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Newly-pinned chief petty officers stand in formation

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Newly-pinned chief petty officers stand in formation during a chief pinning ceremony at Hickam Officer's Club Lanai, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. The chief pinning ceremony is part of a long-standing tradition that honors and recognizes the years of hard work, service and leadership of dedicated Sailors in the Navy. As part of their new responsibly, new chiefs are expected to guide their junior Sailors and uphold the legacy of the chief petty officer. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Diana Quinlan/Released)

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16/09/2014
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