NPS Community Celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage
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Lead Assistant Registrar Heidi Woodward offers a hula lesson to NPS faculty and staff during the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration at the Roman Plunge, May 24. There are 24,743 Asian American and Pacific Islander Sailors currently serving as part of the Navy team, including eight admirals, 659 master chief and senior chief petty officers, and 318 officers. These Sailors represent more than 56 ethnic groups, speaking more than 100 languages from across Asia and the Pacific Islands.
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