Previously Held NEC AM-8377-SH-3 Systems Organizational Career Maintenance Technician
MWD-0003-MWD - Patrol/Security
8331-A-6 System Organization Maintenance Technician
AM-9595-Hazardous Matgerial Control Management Technician
9595-Hazardous Matgerial Control Management Technician
We are serving at Calvary Chapel South Anchorage, AK.
Happily married to Ro for 31 years and have two great girls, Maeggan & Mirah Jo. Maeggan is married to a wonderful young man, Pastor Samuel Vargas. I AM a very happy POP (Grandpa) to Emmanuel James "EJ" Vargas. Maeggan, Samuel and EJ are living in Anchorage, AK. Mirah Jo is living in Texas as a licensed hair dresser (and has a natural talent for it). We are living in Anchorage, AK cause thats where EJ is and it's too hot in Texas!!!
NEC AMS-8319-P-3 System Organizational Maintenance Tec
Location Long Beach
Naval Regional Medical Center, Long Beach, CA Details
In April 1964. construction commenced on a Naval Hospital to serve members of the military community living in the Long Beach/Los Angeles area. Located on a 65-acre tract, Naval Hospital, Long Beach was officially commissioned in February 1967. Initially. the hospital was a five-floor structure with a capacity of 350 beds. During the Vietnam conflict the hospital, along with its support facilities, Naval Station dispensary and Hospital Ship USNS REPOSE, served as a primary debarkation point for personnel returning to the continental United States via air medical evacuation.
In July 1972. ground was broken and construction commenced on an additional nursing wing with a capacity of 220 beds, a comprehensive outpatient care area and an administrative wing. Construction was completed in September 1973 and clinics were permanently established.
In November 1974, the outpatient pavilion and nursing wing were officially dedicated. The new inpatient tower included additional administrative and logistics support spaces in the first floor basement, a male orthopedic and general surgery ward on the second floor. the obstetric and gynecology sen'ices on the third floor including a newborn nursery and the alcohol rehabilitation service with 65 beds on the fourth floor.
In July 1972, Naval Hospital, Long Beach was redesignated as Naval Regional Medical Center, Long Beach and functioned as such until 26 April 1983 when it was again redesignated as a Naval Hospital.
The Naval Hospital, Branch Medical Clinic Annex, Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach provides sick call and occupational health services to approximately 1,200 Civil Service and 200 military personnel.
TIle Naval Hospital, Branch Medical Clinic Annex, Naval Warfare Assessment Center, Corona provides occupational health services to eligible personnel assigned to the station.
The NAVCARE Clinic Tustin provides outpatient services to all eligible military beneficiaries, both active duty and retired personnel and dependents. Responsibility transferred to Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton on I October 1991.
The Naval Hospital, Branch Medical Clinic, Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake provides care to eligible beneficiaries. Responsibility transferred to Naval Medical Clinic, Port Hueneme in the fall of 1993.
During its last year of full service, Naval Hospital, Long Beach supported a population of approximately 250,000 eligible beneficiaries and was the only Navy medical treatment facility between Camp Pendleton, 75 miles to the south and Fort Ord, 300 miles to the north.
As this Naval Hospital ends a distinguished era of service to the fleet and surrounding communities, its credo of "STANDING BY TO ASSIST" has been passed to Naval Medical Clinic, Terminal Island. Opened in 1988, the clinic provides comprehensive occupational health sen'ices to shipyard workers. military sick call, medical support to fleet and shore based naval personnel at the Terminal Island complex.