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Navy putting chaplains aboard every destroyer in the fleet

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NAPLES, Italy β€” Chaplains are being assigned to every destroyer in the U.S. Navy in a bid to build and sustain resiliency among sailors, the service said.

Placing a chaplain with a ship across the deployment cycle, typically four months on patrol, four months in port and four months back on patrol, fosters deeper connections with the crew and command, U.S. 6th Fleet said in a statement Wednesday.

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