Sailors participate in flight deck drills, inventory equipment and stand the watch!
Sailors move pallets of food and equipment in the hangar bay during a working party.
Reagan Sailors and their family members receive Reagan Legacy Foundation scholarships during an all-hands call on the flight deck. The Reagan Legacy Foundation was founded in 2003 and awards scholarships annually. This year's scholarships totaled more than $25,000 in awards.
There's no calling 911 at sea, so these Reagan Sailors learn survival skills at Surface Warfare Officers School (SWOS) Engineering Learning Site Yokosuka. (Video by MC1 Glenn Slaughter) #Readiness #ForgedByTheSea
Sailors and their families visit with representatives from support centers to learn helpful information during the ship's annual deployment fair.
Ronald Reagan Sailors were at Sullivan's Elementary School, Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka, for a community relations project. (Photos by MC1 Timothy M. Black) #Partnership
Local Japanese police officers from Shizouka visited the ship today. (Photos by MC3 McAdam Kane Weissman) #Partnership
Sailors back on that flight deck grind! #Readiness (Photos by MC2 Janweb B. Lagazo)
Ronald Reagan hosted U.S. Rep. Mark Takano, of California and a member of the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, during a ship tour. Takano met with Sailors and visited the flight deck, a berthing and the machinery repair shop. (Photos by MC2 Janweb Lagazo)
TILLY RETURNS: Ronald Reagan Sailors and workers from SRF-JRMC work together to bring the ship's carrier vessel crash crane, "Tilly", home. (Photos by MC2 Janweb Lagazo)
PREPARE FOR FLIGHT: Putting the final coat of paint on the flight deck edge gets the Ronald Reagan one step closer to operational readiness.(Photo by MC3 Kaila Peters)
CELEBRATING 125 YEARS OF DECKPLATE LEADERSHIP
Ronald Reagan Chiefs honor the U.S. Navy Chiefs' 125th birthday in the Chiefs' Mess.
CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE: Sailors paint symbols of their department's victories from the 2017 Excellence Awards.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and distinguished guests visited USS Ronald Reagan during a tour as part of a congressional delegation to discuss U.S. economic and security interests in the region.
Ronald Reagan Sailors give back to their Japanese hosts during a clean-up project in Yokosuka.
Congratulations to ABHAN Billie Ross and ten other Sailors and active-duty dependents on reciting the United States Oath of Citizenship yesterday!
Capt. Paul Lanzilotta, executive officer, left,
Lt. Rannie Simpson, medical admin officer, right, and students from Yokosuka Middle School cut the
cake at the women’s history month celebration held on the aft mess decks. (Photo by MCSN Randy Lee Adams II)
Today in U.S. Navy history, the first female was promoted to the rank of Chief!
Away, the flying squad, away! Members of Ronald Reagan's emergency response team suited up today for an ATG assessed drill. (Photos by MC2 Janweb B. Lagazo)
They say the best way to learn a foreign language is to speak it! Sailors from USS Ronald Reagan and JS Izumo practiced speaking each other's language during a cultural event in Yokosuka, Japan.