"Revolutionizing US Navy Recruitment: A Captain's Bold Solution"

HMS Queen Elizabeth's public affairs team maintains active and engaging content on social media platforms.

US Navy ships, such as Carney, Mason, Gravely, and Thomas Hudner, lack dedicated social media accounts.

Captain 'Chowdah' Hill, commanding USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, has posted 63 times this year, demonstrating effective engagement.

The US Navy adopts a more forward-leaning approach to communication, providing detailed updates on deployments and activities.

The Royal Navy's Littoral Response Group, including RFA Lyme Bay and RFA Argus, lacks visibility in communication efforts.

RFA Argus may be returning without notable communication about its activities in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Timely and engaging content can be produced without compromising operational security (Opsec).

Opsec should not be an excuse to avoid engaging with the public and sharing information about naval activities.

Lack of visibility poses recruitment challenges for RFAs and the Royal Marines.