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Change of command and retirement ceremony

Commander, Long Beach Naval Shipyard

by Long Beach Naval Shipyard

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Published by Dept. of the Navy, Long Beach Naval Shipyard in Long Beach, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Naval ceremonies, honors, and salutes,
  • Long Beach Naval Shipyard

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination10 unnumbered pages :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26455890M
    OCLC/WorldCa17740456

    daily quarters, personnel inspections, command award ceremonies, command quarters. The crossing the line ceremony marks a ship's crossing the _____. The primary purpose of a change of command ceremony is to _____. Naval retirement ceremonies are .   Vice Adm. Nora W. Tyson is piped ashore after relinquishing command of U.S. 3rd Fleet to Vice Adm. John D. Alexander during a change of command and retirement ceremony held aboard the Nimitz-class.

    resources, logistics or personnel support for a retirement ceremony constitutes a request for an official command sponsored ceremony. b. For an official command sponsored ceremony, the member shall submit a request in writing to the chiefofstaff(COS) via the member’s chain ofcommand no .   Additionally, if it is a Change of Command, Promotion, or Retirement ceremony, the official military orders will be read. The Ceremonial Traditions (my favorite!): Side boys: When the official party enters and departs the ceremony, “Two to eight side boys, depending on the rank of the Officer, will form a passageway at the gangway.

      The military change of command ceremony is rooted in history. It not only signifies trust and confidence in our military leaders, it also provides an excellent opportunity for me to publicly salute the men and women of the JWAC. So I thank you all – from the senior leaders to the most junior among you, for all you do, day in and day.   Commander, Submarine Squadron 7 held a change of command and retirement ceremony at the historic submarine piers of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, June Capt. Robert Roncska, commanding officer of Submarine Squadron 7, was relieved by Capt. Paul.


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Change of Command and Retirement Ceremony of the Commandant Naval District, Washington, DC; Change of Command Ceremony; Charles Morris A Man of Letters and Numbers; Chart Your Future As A Woman Officer; Chester Nimitz and the Development of Fueling at Sea; Christmas U.S.

Naval Air Station San Diego California. Full text of "Change of command and retirement ceremony:" See other formats D no La*. R3\p CHANGE OF COMMAND AND RETIREMENT CEREMONY \J COMMANDER LONG BEACH NAVAL SHIPYARD LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA 29 JUNE id3" LONG BEACH NAVAL SHIPYARD The official mission of the Long Beach Naval Shipyard is “To provide logistic support for assigned ships.

Commander, 56th Fighter Wing. and a Change of Command Ceremony. at which. Brigadier General Carrol H. Chandler will relinquish command to. Brigadier General John L. Barry. on Friday, the thirtieth of June. at half past nine o'clock. Base Operations. Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. See attachment 3, Retirement Ceremony Sample Agenda.

CHANGE OF COMMAND CEREMONY. The Change of Command is a time honored ceremony designed to mark the occasion when the responsibility of command is passed to the incoming commander. It is one of the most formal ceremonies conducted. The Change of Command signifies the end of one era and the File Size: 1MB.

PCSUPT ESCOBAL, installed as the New Kasurog Chief Regional Director and Retirement Honors for PCSUPT Gardiola. PNP Chief of Police Director General Oscar “Odie” David Albayalde presided the Turnover of Command Ceremony and Retirement Honors for.

Capt. Adam W. Armstrong relieved Capt. Jacqueline D. Rychnovsky during a Change of Command and Retirement Ceremony held at the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC), April 6.

During the ceremony Rychnovsky retired after 27 years of honorable naval service. She assumed command. Change of Command Giver of life and Almighty LORD our God, today we come to you with deep gratitude in our hearts for all the gifts you give us each day.

What an honor to call upon you of behalf of our military community and to know that we not only can, but are invited to. A change of command that doubled as a retirement ceremony for Maj.

Gen. Wilson Shoffner had everything going for it: blue skies, historic surroundings, an inspection of the troops aboard a World War II-era half-track and a re-enactment of a photo once taken of the general’s father exiting Sherman House. President Rodrigo Roa Duterte leads the Philippine Navy (PN) Change of Command and Retirement Ceremony in honor of outgoing PN Flag Officer-in-Command (FOIC) Vice Admiral Robert Empedrad at the Philippine Navy Headquarters in Naval Station Jose V.

Andrada (NSJVA), Roxas Boulevard, City of Manila on February 3,   Cepek, a member of the U.S. Naval Academy’s class of and a native of Arnold, Maryland, assumed command in February His retirement ceremony was held in conjunction with the change.

If a member does not desire a command-sponsored retirement ceremony, the member and sailor-designated family members shall be issued the appropriate retirement documents prescribed in paragraph 5 at an informal presentation ceremony. CH, 2 Oct Page 5 of 9 4. Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command requests the pleasure of your company at the Change of Command and Retirement Ceremony at which Rear Admiral John Smith, United States Navy will be relieved by Rear Admiral Henry Jones, United States Navy on Friday, the twelfth of April at half past eleven o’clock Admiral Leutze Park, Washington Navy R.

Change of command and retirement ceremony: Commander, Long Beach Naval Shipyard. Army Regulationpara. 2- 8(a), requires the Secretary's advance approval for the use of official representation funds for retirement and change of command ceremonies. Pending approval, the School sent invitations for the "Change of Command/Retirement Ceremony" and reception to follow.

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Security Police Senior File Size: 1MB. Retirement ceremonies, because of their similarity to change of command ceremonies (and often concurrent) should be organized in much the same way as a change of command ceremony.

One possible difference is that there is only one central figure and he is the one retiring. The officer retiring should play a major role in the planning of his. Sample Change of Command Ceremony brochure The line officer of today’s US Navy looks forward to the time when – with added years and varied experience in the sea service – he or she will be ordered to command a ship.

The orders will be issued by the Chief of Naval Personnel in approximately these words: “Proceed to the port in which USS Advance may be and upon arrival, report to your.

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The ceremony will be held on Summerall Field, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Virginia. WASHINGTON -- Captain Mark Bruington, the 38th commanding officer of the U.S.

Naval Research Laboratory, was relieved by NRL executive officer Captain Scott Moran during a dual change of command and retirement ceremony at the Navy’s corporate laboratory July 7. CHANGE OF COMMAND PROGRAM The change of command ceremony begins at 9 a.m.

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