Anderson, Robert, AN

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Current Service Status
USN Veteran
Current/Last Rank
Current/Last Primary NEC
Current/Last Rating/NEC Group
Primary Unit
1991-1993, AN-0000, VFA-195 Dambusters
Service Years
1991 - 1993

 Official Badges 

Senior Chief Petty Officer of the Command Master Training Specialist Recruit Company Commander

 Unofficial Badges 

US Navy Honorable Discharge Order of the Shellback

 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
Presently, I am assigned to what I consider to be one of the most unique positions that I have had the privilage and honor of serving in throughout 18 years and five months of active federal military service. I am currently a Program Manager for the worlds largest medical education training campus. I work with my brothers and sisters of the Army, Navy and Air Force. From the Combat Medic and Hospital Corpsman on the front lines with our Soldiers and Marines to the Air Force Medical Technician wearing startched and pressed uniforms who reside in five star hotels with maid service and work in like environments so far in the rear in locations such as Kuwait the world will know where and how they were all trained.   
Other Comments:

Many years have passed and although I ended up in another branch of military service I have never forgotten once I came and will always be a Sailor no matter what! I will update this page as often as possible and look forward to the fellowship amongst former and future shipmates!

God speed and I'll see you all on the high ground!


I spent from 2002-2005 as an Army Drill Sergeant so identified by the Company Commander Badge. From 2005-2006 I served as a "First Sergeant" which is equivalent to having served as a Command Senior Chief as only those in the MSG/E-8 grade of military rank are authorized to serve in such a position. However, there are a handful of us out there who have held such positions as SFC/E-7, I being one of them. Most recently, prior to my current position I served as a Senior Instructor/Writer. Having been a Paratrooper throughout the entire time I've been in the Airborne Badge explains such. I was not able to add my Expert Field Medical Badge which is considered one of the most prestigious and covenant badges in the Army as less than one percent of Enlisted/officers from all branches of military services medical corps ever successfully earn this badge!

After having completed the Warrior Leaders Course (Sergeants Course in the Marines), Advanced Leaders Course (Staff NCO Course in the Marines), and Senior Leaders Course (Last NCOES before the Sergeants Major Academy) explains the NCO Proficiency Development with Numeral Three I was not able to add this as well.

Of course and understandably the Army Service Ribbon was also not allowed.

"Army Airborne Combat Medic Medics Lead the Way"

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 Ribbon Bar
Naval Parachutist Badge

 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1991, Recruit Training (San Diego, CA), 091
  1994, OSVET Indoctrination (Great Lakes IL)
 Duty Stations
RTC (Cadre/Faculty Staff) San Diego, CANaval Education and Training Command (NETC) (Faculty Staff)VFA-195 Dambusters
  1991-1991, RTC (Cadre/Faculty Staff) San Diego, CA
  1991-1991, Naval Education and Training Command Web (Faculty Staff)
  1991-1993, AN-0000, VFA-195 Dambusters
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1990-1991 Gulf War (Iraq)
 Colleges Attended 
University of PhoenixTouro University InternationalTouro University International
  2000-2003, University of Phoenix
  2003-2007, Touro University International
  2007-2008, Touro University International7
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