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O F F I C E
N A V Y
I N F O R M A T I O N
F I R S T
E D I T I O N
Designed and compiled by NZMotivation & Bre, | Edited by NZMotivation | April 2016 | www.don-us.boards.net
JACK IS BACK!
A man whose name once commanded utmost respect amongst
the, then, Groups floor, Sullivan1995 faces his biggest challenge
as he attempts to make his ascent once again through the, now,
Most know the username Sullivan1995 within the military community. Sullivan1995, also known as Jack,
once commanded SECDEF-US for three years. In the months leading up to October, population began
to decline and boredom soon resulted in huge losses of personnel. What was once the self-proclaimed
pioneer establishment was now seen as old-fashioned; unwilling to change with the modern times
until it was deemed too late. Five months after the closing of SECDEF-US, Sullivan1995’s name made a
reappearance amongst the military community as his old identification badge read the words “Coming
Soon – Spring 2016”. I was granted the opportunity to sit down with him and discuss the past, present,
What did you do while you were off Habbo?
I mainly focused on my studies. By the middle of April I’ll be finished with my third year of university, and
I used the few months I was away to really focus and figure out what I want to do after university. I also
spent a lot more time watching Netflix than I previously did.
Why did you decide to open a new military?
I believe that there was a market that was not being fulfilled that I could tap into if I returned. I spent
the five months I was away not only relaxing, but researching and trying to find the perfect model that
would actually fit. While I do believe that there is work that still needs to be done, it is on the right track
and I think as we get our feet under us we’ll see something truly great come to fruition.
Do you think we’re doing well at our current position?
I am incredibly proud of the progress we’ve made in our first two weeks. While my goal was to reach 100
personnel, I am still shocked we got it. I think going forward we’re going to do great things.
What are some of your goals for USN?
I want to create an organization that is really about the people. So often now, you see organizations crop
up with people who have egos that overshadow their own organization. It becomes all about them, and
that is something I really want to try to avoid. I am already thrilled with the progress we’ve made thus far.
Any interesting plans you have for us that may be coming soon?
Right now I’m working on creating a system that will allow Sailors to be paid on a regularly occurring
basis that will be incredibly easy to comprehend. You should see that very soon.
Would you like to say anything to your personnel?
Welcome aboard. A lot of you just made the first step in what will become an incredibly rewarding career.
Even when everything seems against you, I encourage you to keep pushing forward. You really get out
of this what you put in.
“Ladies and gentlemen, friends, colleagues, and Sailors, I would like to welcome you to the United States Navy’s
opening ceremony. Throughout the past month so many of you have been incredibly hard at work to get this
organization operational. From March 1st until today, the amount of work put into this organization thus far has
been incredible. I would like to take a minute to recognize all of you for the incredible contributions you have already
made to this organization. In particular, I would like to thank Captain NZMotivation and Lieutenant Commander Bre,
for their contribution to the creation and management of our forum. I would also like to thank David-Rules, and Rear
Admiral, supbw1 for the counsel that they provided me in the early days of this organization. I must also recognize
the incredible hard work of Captain norsk.no, Commander Popcurn, and Ensign Catalaunian for their hard work
with getting all of you your jobs. I’d like to thank Captain SilverLeaf,, Commander Robs, and Captain Max-? for their
contributions to their Offices and even more so for agreeing to join me on this absolutely insane venture. Finally, I’d
like to thank all of you. Without all of you, this new organization would not exist. A lot of us do what we do because
we enjoy the people, and we enjoy creating something that others can enjoy as much as we do. HOOYAH!
When I left Habbo five months ago, I did so with the mindset that I would not be returning. The first few weeks of
retirement felt amazing. There was no stress, no one was relying on me, and it was freeing. But shortly after I left
Habbo, I found myself wanting to return. However, I knew it was too soon and it was too fresh in the minds of my
former staff. So throughout those five months I researched, and I reflected. I looked for avenues that had not been
explored. I looked on how to reinvent a system that reinvents itself every few months. And I came up with this — the
United States Navy. The mantra of the organization is to put the staff first. And I think in just our first few weeks of
operations we’ve done that. I am filled with an immense amount of hope when I look around this room. I do believe
that we have the capacity to create something great. I am both excited and energized and I am looking forward to
what the future holds. You all have an immense amount of capacity to make an impact here, and I encourage you to
Here’s to absent friends. And the ones here now. HOOYAH.”
A MESSAGE FROM THE
Needless to say, this is the time for the United States Navy to find its place within
the current environment of the Agencies Floor, and that takes work.
By Captain NZMotivation
Thank you all for taking the time to read this edition of The Bridge. Ensuring
and persistence - something that most new organizations
that Sailors of the United States Navy have something interesting,
inevitably struggle with. As time goes on, we will see our fair
entertaining and informing to read on a regular basis is paramount to
share of ‘ups’ and ‘downs’ - it’s you who decides the outcome
the mission of the Office of Navy Information. A lot of thought and effort
of these challenges. It also comes down to those above you -
has gone into this publication, so we really do hope that you enjoy. Our
learn to demand nothing but the best from them. If you have
vision for the Office of Navy Information is that we always keep up with
an idea, share it; a better option, provide it. No one is ever
the modern demands of public affairs, and always try and push the
irreplaceable. Don’t just think it - get up and actually do it.
boundaries for creativity and innovation. But we know that takes work,
You might be surprised at the result.
and time - from all of us. Whether that’s under my leadership, Bre’s, or
someone new - we hope that this ideal is something that this organization
I hope that my Office will grow to eventually be able to readily
always attempts to achieve.
provide the best means of public affairs and entertainment
for the United States Navy. Give us time and patience and
Starting a new organization from scratch, and without what we could call a
you’ll see us deliver. We have a lot in store, so keep your
necessarily large driving force behind, is something that takes time, effort
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