Recruiting goes well.
"The fighting we're seeing has made some parents concerned. It's worried the moms and dads, but it's also galvanized young men and women. We're meeting all our goals for recruiting."
Davis said the patterns seen within the Navy are the same across the military. Army officials said that as of the end of May, 48,939 people have signed up for active-duty enlistment, placing the Army 372 people ahead of its goal. Officials said 11,893 people have signed up for Army Reserves -- 268 people ahead of their mission.
"The war, if anything, has brought young men and women out," Davis said.