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CHIPS Articles: Attention Sailors: INSURV's Newsletter Provides Tips and Inspection Insights

Attention Sailors: INSURV's Newsletter Provides Tips and Inspection Insights
By INSURV's Knowledge Management Officer - April-June 2016
The Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV) is embarking on a new adventure to communicate with the Fleet through our light-hearted, fun-to-read, electronic newsletter that includes tips and tidbits from all aspects of the inspection process.

WAIT! Just because it says INSURV doesn't mean it's bad! On the contrary! Our aim is to provide Sailors with informative inspection-related information and highlights of successful inspections to share valuable insights, knowledge and experience. Each month we will provide tips from the deck plates, expert advice from a "Crusty Old Salt" and celebrate victories from within the fleet.

The Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV) has released the 10th edition of their electronic newsletter, INSURV Insights, in an effort to communicate with the Fleet through tips and tidbits from all aspects of the inspection process, while providing valuable insights, knowledge and experience from the deck plates.

Issue #10 spotlights Wasp Steamin' Strong, Combat Systems: Undersea Warfare (USW) and What Can Sailors Do to Prevent Sexual Assaults.

This issue, along with all past issues, are available on the INSURV inspection portal at https://usff.portal.navy.mil/sites/insurv/Inspections/Newsletters.

Read through it, share it with your shipmates, and let us know what you think!

For more information, please contact our Communications Team at INSURV_LTLC_FEEDBACK@navy.mil.

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