Escondido, California - A recently published study in the journal Pachyderm highlights the ongoing effort of accredited zoos to address challenges and improve the sustainability of endangered species populations in their care. The study, co-authored by scientists from San Diego Zoo Global and Mars Hill University, evaluated fertility issues in captive-born southern white rhinos and determined that diets including soy and alfalfa were likely contributors to breeding challenges.

Washington, DC - Navy chaplains and religious program specialists (RP) validated the community's next Professional Development Training Course (PDTC) during a three-day event onboard Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling.

Norfolk, Virginia - The Heritage Committee aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) hosted a Holocaust Days of Remembrance event April 26 to memorialize the six million Jewish people and the millions of non-Jewish victims murdered in the Holocaust.

Atlantic Ocean - During Exercise Saxon Warrior, the main focus was interoperability and robust training with the U.K. and other key allies across the spectrum of carrier strike group warfare areas.

Washington, DC - Mining cryptocurrency can be a lucrative endeavor with enough computing power:

Mining cryptocurrency is in the news a lot lately. People are finding their computers have been compromised by malware and are mining, or in some cases entire botnets are mining. But what does that mean?

Gulf of Oman - A multinational trio of ships conducted the trilateral exercise Intrepid Sentinel in the Gulf of Oman.

Arabian Sea - The aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68) has performed a vital role in Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) since July 25, having launched 1,322 sorties and dropping 903 pieces of ordnance in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations.