Navy And The U.s. Naval Academy

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The U.S. Navy and the U.S. Naval Academy are organizations that are superior diversity champions. The enlisted force of the Navy is more than 40 percent diverse. Diversity is imperative for and to the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Naval Academy because America is a diverse country. As discussed in class when talking about diversity within organizations, it is imperative to obtain and maintain a diverse workforce when serving a diverse clientele. The U.S. Navy and the U.S. Naval Academy must be diverse to understand and serve the beautiful and diverse United States. As the case mentioned, 70 percent of new workers entering the workforce in their recruitable demographic are women and minorities; therefore, the Navy has to pay attention to diversity. In addition, the Navy has evolved its strategic imperative over time. A key focus for this evolved strategic imperative is not only winning wars, but even more, preventing wars. It is best for America to win any war she is in; however, it is in the best interest of this country to prevent war at all cost. Because of this, the Navy is dedicated to engaging in humanitarian assistance, disaster relief, and building strong maritime partners around the world. Having a diverse naval force is beneficial to successfully engaging in these initiatives. Therefore, diversity is essential. Population trends are affecting the U.S. Navy’s education and operations. Over the past few decades, many changes have taken place, not only in the United States
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