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Service Status
USN Retired
Last Rank
Senior Chief Petty Officer
Service Years
1968 - 1988
Last Designator/NEC
9513-Senior Manpower Analyst


Service to 1988
USS Texas (CGN-39)
USS Texas (CGN-39)
Rank
Senior Chief Petty Officer
Location
Bremerton/Alameda - Pacific Ocean
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1985 - 1987
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
Criteria
The Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal may be awarded to members of the Armed Forces in the grades of lieutenant commander (or major) and below. It is awarded for meritorious service or achieveme... More
Comments
For meritorious service aboard USS TEXAS (CGN 39) from July 1985 through July 1987.
1987
USS Albert David (FF-1050)
USS Albert David (FF-1050)
Rank
Senior Chief Petty Officer
Location
32nd Street, San Diego - California
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1985 - 1985
PSA West/PSD Bangor
PSA West/PSD Bangor
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
Silverdale - Washington
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1984 - 1985
Navy Good Conduct Medal
Criteria
The Navy Good Conduct Medal is awarded on a selective basis to recognize four years of continuous active duty, above average conduct and proficiency by enlisted service members in the regular Navy or ... More
Comments
4th award for service ending February 17, 1984.
1984
NAF Kadena
NAF Kadena
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
Kadena AB, Okinawa - Japan
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1981 - 1983
Commander Naval Forces Japan/Commander Fleet Activities Okinawa
Commander Naval Forces Japan/Commander Fleet Activities Okinawa
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
Kadena Air Base - Okinawa
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1981 - 1983
NAF Kadena/PSD
NAF Kadena/PSD
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
Kadena AB, Okinawa - Japan
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1981 - 1983
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
Criteria
The Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal may be awarded to members of the Armed Forces in the grades of lieutenant commander (or major) and below. It is awarded for meritorious service or achieveme... More
Comments
Awarded for meritorious service in Okinawa, Japan during the period June 1981 through December 1983.
1983
Navy and Marine Overseas Service Ribbon
Criteria
This ribbon is awarded to officers and enlisted personnel of the Navy, Naval Reserve, Marine Corps, and Marine Corps Reserve for 12 months consecutive or accumulated duty at overseas shore-based duty ... More
Description
Overseas service Okinawa, Japan May 1982 through May 1983.
1983
Okinawa/Personnel Support Detachment Okinawa
Okinawa/Personnel Support Detachment Okinawa
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
Kadena Air Base - Okinawa
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Show Comments
PN-Personnelman
1981 - 1983
Navy and Marine Overseas Service Ribbon
Criteria
This ribbon is awarded to officers and enlisted personnel of the Navy, Naval Reserve, Marine Corps, and Marine Corps Reserve for 12 months consecutive or accumulated duty at overseas shore-based duty ... More
Description
Overseas service Okinawa, Japan May 1981 through May 1982.
1982
Navy Overseas Air Cargo Terminal (NOACT),
Navy Overseas Air Cargo Terminal (NOACT),
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
Clark AB, Angeles City - Philippines
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1980 - 1981
NSF Diego Garcia
NSF Diego Garcia
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
Diego Garcia - Indian Ocean
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Show Comments
PN-Personnelman
1980 - 1981
Commander Construction Battalions Pacific (COMCBPAC)
Commander Construction Battalions Pacific (COMCBPAC)
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
Clark AB, Angeles City - Philippines
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1980 - 1981
Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation (MUC)
Criteria
The Meritorious Unit Commendation may be awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to any unit of the Navy or Marine Corps that distinguishes itself under combat or noncombat conditions by either valorous ... More
Description
Awarded to U. S. Naval Support Facility, Diego Garcia for the period November 10, 1979 to October 31, 1981.
1981
Navy and Marine Overseas Service Ribbon
Criteria
This ribbon is awarded to officers and enlisted personnel of the Navy, Naval Reserve, Marine Corps, and Marine Corps Reserve for 12 months consecutive or accumulated duty at overseas shore-based duty ... More
Description
Service in Diego Garcia/Philippines April 1980 through April 1981
1981
Iran Hostage Crisis
Description
The Iran hostage crisis was a diplomatic standoff between Iran and the United States. Fifty-two American diplomats and citizens were held hostage for 444 days from November 4, 1979, to January 20, 198... More
1980 - 1981
Navy Manpower  Material Analysis Cen PAC (NAVMMACPAC)
Navy Manpower Material Analysis Cen PAC (NAVMMACPAC)
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
San Diego - California
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Show Comments
PN-Personnelman
1980 - 1980
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
Criteria
The Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal may be awarded to members of the Armed Forces in the grades of lieutenant commander (or major) and below. It is awarded for meritorious service or achieveme... More
Comments
Awarded for meritorious service at U. S. Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia on September 10, 1980.
1980
Navy Good Conduct Medal
Criteria
The Navy Good Conduct Medal is awarded on a selective basis to recognize four years of continuous active duty, above average conduct and proficiency by enlisted service members in the regular Navy or ... More
Comments
3rd award for service ending February 17, 1980.
1980
Navy Expeditionary Medal
Criteria
The Navy Expeditionary Medal is awarded to Navy personnel who have landed on foreign territory and engaged in operations against armed opposition or who have operated under circumstances deemed to mer... More
Description
Indian Ocean service (Diego Garcia)
1980
COMLATWINGPAC/F/A-18 Fleet Introduction Team
COMLATWINGPAC/F/A-18 Fleet Introduction Team
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
NAS Lemoore - California
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1979 - 1980
COMLATWINGPAC
COMLATWINGPAC
Rank
Chief Petty Officer
Location
NAS Lemoore - California
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1976 - 1980
Navy Good Conduct Medal
Criteria
The Navy Good Conduct Medal is awarded on a selective basis to recognize four years of continuous active duty, above average conduct and proficiency by enlisted service members in the regular Navy or ... More
Comments
2nd award for service ending February 17, 1976.
1976
Humanitarian Service Medal
Criteria
The Humanitarian Service Medal is an individual award, presented to individuals who are physically present at the site of immediate relief and who directly contribute to and influence the humanitarian... More
Description
Awarded to USS WHITE PLAINS (AFS 4) for humanitarian assistance following Typhoon Pamela in Guam, 1976.
1976
Typhoon Pamela Relief (Guam)
Description
Typhoon Pamela was a powerful typhoon that struck the U.S. territory of Guam in May 1976, causing about $500 million in damage (USD). The sixth named storm and third typhoon of the 1976 Pacific typhoo... More
1976 - 1976
USS White Plains (AFS-4)
USS White Plains (AFS-4)
Rank
Petty Officer First Class
Location
HP: Yokosuka - Japan
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1975 - 1976
USS Mars (AFS-1)
USS Mars (AFS-1)
Rank
Petty Officer First Class
Location
HP: Sasebo - Japan
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Show Comments
PN-Personnelman
1973 - 1975
Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation (MUC)
Criteria
The Meritorious Unit Commendation may be awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to any unit of the Navy or Marine Corps that distinguishes itself under combat or noncombat conditions by either valorous ... More
Description
Awarded to USS MARS (AFS 1) for the period April 12, 1975 to May 11, 1975.
1975
Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal
Criteria
The Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal is awarded to members of the Armed Forces who, after July 1, 1958, participate in specified United States operations or those in direct support of the United Natio... More
Description
USS MARS (AFS 1), Operation FREQUENT WIND (Evacuation of Saigon) during the period April 29-30, 1975.
1975
Vietnam Service Medal
Criteria
The Vietnam Service Medal was awarded to members of the Armed Forces of the United States who served at any time between July 4, 1965, and March 28, 1973, in Vietnam or its contiguous waters or airspa... More
Description
Operation FREQUENT WIND
29-30 April 1975
USS MARS (AFS 1)
1975
Humanitarian Service Medal
Criteria
The Humanitarian Service Medal is an individual award, presented to individuals who are physically present at the site of immediate relief and who directly contribute to and influence the humanitarian... More
Description
USS MARS (AFS 1), Operation FREQUENT WIND (Evacuation of Saigon), April 29-30, 1975.
1975
Navy Sea Service Deployment
Criteria
The Sea Service Deployment Ribbon is awarded to members of the Navy and Marine Corps assigned to U.S. homeported (including Hawaii and Alaska) ships, deploying units, or Fleet Marine Force commands, f... More
Description
Forward deployed Sasebo, Japan, August 1974 to August 1975.
1975
Navy and Marine Overseas Service Ribbon
Criteria
This ribbon is awarded to officers and enlisted personnel of the Navy, Naval Reserve, Marine Corps, and Marine Corps Reserve for 12 months consecutive or accumulated duty at overseas shore-based duty ... More
Description
Forward deployed Sasebo, Japan August 1974 through August 1975.
1975
NEO - Operation Frequent Wind (Vietnam)
Description
Operation Frequent Wind was the final phase in the evacuation of American civilians and "at-risk" Vietnamese from Saigon, South Vietnam prior to the takeover of the city by the North Vietnamese Army (... More
1975 - 1975
Yankee Station, North Vietnam
Description
Yankee Station was a point in the Gulf of Tonkin off the coast of Vietnam used by the U.S. Navy aircraft carriers of Task Force 77 to launch strikes in the Vietnam War. While its official designation ... More
1973 - 1973
Commander Naval Forces Japan/Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka
Commander Naval Forces Japan/Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka
Rank
Petty Officer Second Class
Location
Yokosuka - Japan
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Show Comments
PN-Personnelman
1971 - 1973
Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation (MUC)
Criteria
The Meritorious Unit Commendation may be awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to any unit of the Navy or Marine Corps that distinguishes itself under combat or noncombat conditions by either valorous ... More
Description
Awarded to NAVCOMMSTA Japan for the period Jun 1, 1969 to June 1, 1972.
1972
Navy Good Conduct Medal
Criteria
The Navy Good Conduct Medal is awarded on a selective basis to recognize four years of continuous active duty, above average conduct and proficiency by enlisted service members in the regular Navy or ... More
Comments
1st award for service ending February 17, 1972
1972
VA-55
VA-55
Rank
Petty Officer Second Class
Location
NAS Lemoore - California
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Show Comments
PN-Personnelman
1968 - 1971
USS Hancock (CV/CVA/CV-19)
USS Hancock (CV/CVA/CV-19)
Rank
Petty Officer Third Class
Location
NAS Alameda - California
Designator/NEC
PN-0000-Personnelman
Comments
Comments Pending
PN-Personnelman
1968 - 1971
Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation (MUC)
Criteria
The Meritorious Unit Commendation may be awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to any unit of the Navy or Marine Corps that distinguishes itself under combat or noncombat conditions by either valorous ... More
Description
The Secretary of the Navy takes pleasure in presenting the MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION to

USS HANCOCK (CVA-19)
and
ATTACK CARRIER AIR WING TWENTY-ONE (CVW-21)


for service as set forth in the following

CI... 
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1971
Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation
Criteria
The Republic of Vietnam Meritorious Unit Citation (Gallantry Cross Colors) was authorized to be worn by units individually cited for service in military operations in support of the government of Sout... More
Description
Awarded to USS HANCOCK (CVA 19) and embarked Carrier Air Wing 21 for the period December 21-24, 1968.
1971
Deployment - Western Pacific (WESTPAC) Cruise '71
Description
A Western Pacific Cruise is a ship's deployment from her home port, usually lasting between 5 and 8 months. Ships visit different ports such as Phuket, Thailand; Salalah, Oman; Darwin, Australia, Bali... More
1971 - 1971
Yankee Station, North Vietnam
Description
Yankee Station was a point in the Gulf of Tonkin off the coast of Vietnam used by the U.S. Navy aircraft carriers of Task Force 77 to launch strikes in the Vietnam War. While its official designation ... More
1970 - 1971
Counteroffensive Phase VII Campaign (70-71)
Description
This Campaign was from 1 July 1970 to 30 June 1971. In July the Vietnamese Navy assumed sole responsibility f or the Ready Deck operation, which was given a Tran Hung Dao designator like the other for... More
1970 - 1971
Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation (MUC)
Criteria
The Meritorious Unit Commendation may be awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to any unit of the Navy or Marine Corps that distinguishes itself under combat or noncombat conditions by either valorous ... More
Description
Awarded to USS HANCOCK (CVA 19) and embarked Carrier Air Wing 1 for the period August 21, 1969 to March 31, 1970.
1970
Vietnam Service Medal
Criteria
The Vietnam Service Medal was awarded to members of the Armed Forces of the United States who served at any time between July 4, 1965, and March 28, 1973, in Vietnam or its contiguous waters or airspa... More
Description
Campaign - Vietnam Counter-offensive VII
1970
Deployment - Western Pacific (WESTPAC) Cruise '70
Description
A Western Pacific Cruise is a ship's deployment from her home port, usually lasting between 5 and 8 months. Ships visit different ports such as Phuket, Thailand; Salalah, Oman; Darwin, Australia, Bali... More
1970 - 1970
Yankee Station, North Vietnam
Description
Yankee Station was a point in the Gulf of Tonkin off the coast of Vietnam used by the U.S. Navy aircraft carriers of Task Force 77 to launch strikes in the Vietnam War. While its official designation ... More
1969 - 1970
Vietnam Winter-Spring 1970 Campaign
Description
This Campaign period was from 1 November 1969 to 30 April 1970. The generally good performance of the Vietnamese Navy during the allied sweep into Cambodia motivated the transfer of significant operat... More
1969 - 1970
Motion Picture Operator
Motion Picture Operator
Rank
Seaman
Location
FASOTRAGRUPAC Det Lemoore - California
Designator/NEC
00-0000-Unknown NEC Rating
Comments
Comments Pending
1969 - 1969
Navy Unit Commendation (NUC)
Criteria
The Navy Unit Commendation may be awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to any unit of the Navy or Marine Corps that distinguishes itself by outstanding heroism in action against an enemy (but not suff... More
Description
Awarded to USS HANCOCK (CVA 19) and embarked Carrier Air Wing 21 for the period August 1, 1968 to February 22, 1969.
1969
Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal
Criteria
The Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal is awarded to members of the Armed Forces who, after July 1, 1958, participate in specified United States operations or those in direct support of the United Natio... More
Description
Awarded to USS HANCOCK (CVA 19) and embarked Carrier Air Wing 21 for Korean service.
1969
Vietnam Service Medal
Criteria
The Vietnam Service Medal was awarded to members of the Armed Forces of the United States who served at any time between July 4, 1965, and March 28, 1973, in Vietnam or its contiguous waters or airspa... More
Description
Campaign - Vietnam, Summer-Fall 1969
1969
Vietnam Service Medal
Criteria
The Vietnam Service Medal was awarded to members of the Armed Forces of the United States who served at any time between July 4, 1965, and March 28, 1973, in Vietnam or its contiguous waters or airspa... More
Description
Campaign - Vietnam, Winter-Spring 1970
1969
Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal
Criteria
This medal is awarded to members of the Armed Forces of the United States who: 1. Served for 6 months in South Vietnam during the period 1 Mar 61 and 28 Mar 73; or 2. Served outside the geographical l... More
Description
Completed six (6) months Vietnam service on September 24, 1969.
1969
Vietnam Summer-Fall 1969 Campaign
Description
This Campaign period was from 9 June to 31 October 1969.  In the Mekong Delta proper, Swift boat, PBR, riverine assault craft, SEAL, and Vietnamese ground units struck at the Viet Cong in their former... More
1969 - 1969
Deployment - Western Pacific (WESTPAC) Cruise '69
Description
A Western Pacific Cruise is a ship's deployment from her home port, usually lasting between 5 and 8 months. Ships visit different ports such as Phuket, Thailand; Salalah, Oman; Darwin, Australia, Bali... More
1969 - 1969
Yankee Station, North Vietnam
Description
Yankee Station was a point in the Gulf of Tonkin off the coast of Vietnam used by the U.S. Navy aircraft carriers of Task Force 77 to launch strikes in the Vietnam War. While its official designation ... More
1968 - 1969
Counteroffensive Phase VI Campaign (68-69)
Description
This Campaign period was from 2 November to 22 February 1969. When Admiral Zumwalt launched SEALORDS in October 1968 with the blessing of the new COMUSMACV, General Creighton Abrams, allied naval forc... More
1968 - 1969
Recruit Training (San Diego, CA), 328
School
Recruit Training (San Diego, CA)
Company
328
1968
National Defense Service Medal (2001-Present))
Criteria
The National Defense Service Medal is awarded for honorable active service as a member of the Armed Forces during the Korean War, Vietnam War, the war against Iraq in the Persian Gulf, and for service... More
Description
Description Pending
1968
Vietnam Service Medal
Criteria
The Vietnam Service Medal was awarded to members of the Armed Forces of the United States who served at any time between July 4, 1965, and March 28, 1973, in Vietnam or its contiguous waters or airspa... More
Description
Campaign - Vietnam Counter-offensive VI
1968
Deployment - Western Pacific (WESTPAC) Cruise '68
Description
A Western Pacific Cruise is a ship's deployment from her home port, usually lasting between 5 and 8 months. Ships visit different ports such as Phuket, Thailand; Salalah, Oman; Darwin, Australia, Bali... More
1968 - 1968
Service from 1968

 
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