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Confronting and rooting out extremism in the U.S. Navy

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WASHINGTON — Like all the branches of the U.S. armed forces, the Navy has made clear it will not tolerate extremism in the ranks. It has announced its plans for a 60-day stand-down to get that message to everyone in the service.

Initially ordered by Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin in a February 5 memo to the individual services,  the Navy has now announced its expectations for a "period of reflection" that all commands must complete by April 2.

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