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Pandemic lapses bring scrutiny to Navy grooming and military standards in Naples

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NAPLES, Italy — Grooming, uniforms, saluting and other standards of military life that may have slipped during the COVID-19 pandemic are drawing a renewed focus at Naval Support Activity Naples.

The base last week kicked off “Back to Baseline,” a five- to six-week effort designed to remind sailors of their obligations, said Command Master Chief Petty Officer Jonathan Fields. It’s time to get back to the everyday essentials of military life, he said.

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