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A Wonderful Evening at the U.S. Navy Birthday Ball

ARLINGTON, Va. — A wonderful evening out to celebrate the U.S. Navy's 242nd Birthday at the 2017 Navy Birthday Ball. View more photos from the event online at


Saturday Soccer Coaching Grind

ARLINGTON, Va. — The Dabbers move to 5-0 this season with a 5-3 win. 


Practicing his cello

ANNANDALE, Va. — Little Kent 2 decide to practice his cello without being told.


SSUNAA Washington DC Chapter's 60th Anniversary Celebration

LARGO, Md. — The Savannah State University National Alumni Association Washington DC Chapter held it's 60th Anniversary Celebration on October 13. To view more photos from the event, visit



Barriers and Gateways to Communication

"The biggest block between two people is their inability to listen to each other intelligently, understandingly, and skillfully." F. J. Roethlisberger, Barriers and Gateways to CommunicationHarvard Business Review, July–August 1952 


Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland

BALTIMORE, Md. — Enjoying a day trip to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for lunch and a tour of the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse and the historic ships of Baltimore. To view more photos visit


Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum

BALTIMORE, Md. — A day trip to the B&O Railroad Museum to view the historic railroad trains and support equipment.


Fort McHenry in Baltimore

BALTIMORE, Md. — The Cub Scouts of Pack 150 traveled to Baltimore to visit Fort McHenry and learn a portion of American history and citizenship. To view more photos from the trip, visit


Freer Gallery of Art Re-Opening Sneak Peek

WASHINGTON — Fellowshiping with friends at the Freer Gallery of Art, home to one of the world's finest collections of Asian art and an American art collection exemplifying Gilded Age aestheticism. The museum will celebrate its public reopening weekend October 14-15, after a two year renovation. For more information on "IlluminAsia" visit


Reconnecting the Soul Food Posse Bonds

QUANTICO, Va. — it is always great to reconnect with friends even after many years. I was honored to attend the retirement ceremony at the National Museum of the Marine Corps for my brother and friend, USAF Lt. Col. Aabram Marsh, and reconnect with many of our friends and coworkers from Hawaii.