NEWPORT, R.I. (Aug. 4, 2021) Rear Adm. Gregory Todd, chaplain of the Marine Corps and deputy chief of chaplains, gives the graduation address during a graduation ceremony held in the Chapel of Hope, on Naval Station Newport, R.I., for students assigned to the Naval Chaplaincy School and Center in the Basic Leadership Course, class 21030.

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Sea Services supported in the free exercise of religion for the well-being of all, encouraged, and equipped to fulfill their honorable commitments in war and peace.

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To train, develop, and inspire chaplains and religious program specialists to pursue excellence as they strengthen the soul of the warfighter, the family, and the fleet.

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Invest in high quality courses
Nourish staff relationships
Surge training to the Fleet
Provide relevant training & conferences
Integrate with key staffs & stakeholders
Reaffirm the RMT
Equip the Corps with resources
 
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