Frey, Jeff, PO1

Aviation Structural Mechanic, Structures
 
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Current Service Status
USN Retired
Current/Last Rank
Petty Officer First Class
Current/Last Primary NEC
AMS-8319-P-3 System Organizational Maintenance Tec
Current/Last Rating/NEC Group
Aviation Structural Mechanic, Structures
Primary Unit
2007-2008, AM-8319, Consolidated Maintenance Organization TWO (CMO-2) Sea Raiders
Previously Held NEC
AMS-0000-Aviation Structural Mechanic Structures
AM-8319-P-3 System Organizational Maintenance Technician
Service Years
1988 - 2008
AMS-Aviation Structural Mechanic, Structures
Five Hash Marks

 Official Badges 

US Navy Retired 20


 Unofficial Badges 

US Navy Honorable Discharge Cold War Medal Persian Excursion




 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
Working on the oldest, continuous production line in the world.  The C-130J Super Hercules, in the Final Assembly Department.  The C-130 has been in production since 1954 with over 2300 aircraft built, with a backlog of 95 aircraft with firm orders.  The largest backlog in the C-130's production history.
 
   
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Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal - 1992



Name of Award
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal

Devices
none

Year Awarded
1992

Last Updated:
Jun 26, 2007
 
 
 
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Details Behind Award
For professional achievement as Airframe Technician, Patrol Squadron Special Projects Unit TWO from October 1988 to March 1992. PO Frey performed his demanding duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner. Displaying exceptional technical acumen and untiring resolve, be became the Unit's only third class petty officer to achieve the designation as a Collateral Duty Inspector. His expeditious repair of Special Projects aircraft at remote detachment sites, where intermediate-level support was unavailable, ensured aircraft readiness for missions in support of critical, national-level tasking. His noteworthy technical prowess was consistently evident during short notice aircraft modifications in order to support critical operational tasking.

Signed,
A.R. Maness RDML, US Navy
Commander, Patrol Wings, US Pacific Fleet
   
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