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U.S. Naval Forces Central Command

U.S. Naval Forces Central Command legal team welcome new assistant force judge advocate, Lt. Sara Neugroschel. From left, Legalman 1st Class (SW/AW) Ivan E. Diaz Santana, Cmdr. Thomas Leary, Cmdr. Joseph Eldred, Lt. Cmdr. Peter Pascucci, and Neugroschel. U.S. Naval Forces Central Command conducts persistent maritime operations to forward U.S. interests, deter and counter disruptive countries, defeat violent extremism and strengthen partner nations’ maritime capabilities in order to promote a secure maritime environment in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility.

U.S. Naval Forces Central Command legal team welcome new assistant force judge advocate, Lt. Sara Neugroschel. From left, Legalman 1st Class (SW/AW) Ivan E. Diaz Santana, Cmdr. Thomas Leary, Cmdr. Joseph Eldred, Lt. Cmdr. Peter Pascucci, and Neugroschel. U.S. Naval Forces Central Command conducts persistent maritime operations to forward U.S. interests, deter and counter disruptive countries, defeat violent extremism and strengthen partner nations’ maritime capabilities in order to promote a secure maritime environment in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility.

 

Chief Petty Officer

140401-N-ZI635-046 PACIFIC OCEAN (April 1, 2014) Chief Ship’s Serviceman Barbara Lynch, left, Chief Cryptologic Technician Technical Ashley Jones, Chief Information Systems Technician Warren Quiambao, and Chief Legalman Justin Wheeler demonstrate the wear of chief petty officer uniforms throughout history. The chief petty officer grade was first established April 1, 1893 by Navy General Order 409. (U.S. Navy graphic by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class George M. Bell/ Released)

PACIFIC OCEAN (April 1, 2014) Chief Ship’s Serviceman Barbara Lynch, left, Chief Cryptologic Technician Technical Ashley Jones, Chief Information Systems Technician Warren Quiambao, and Chief Legalman Justin Wheeler demonstrate the wear of chief petty officer uniforms throughout history. The chief petty officer grade was first established April 1, 1893 by Navy General Order 409. (U.S. Navy graphic by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class George M. Bell/ Released)

 

 

Fair Winds

The JAG Corps bids fair winds and following seas to Legalman 1st Class (SW/AW) Juan Marval. Marval retired after his tour as the sole paralegal and office manager of Defense Service Office (DSO) North Branch Office Great Lakes. From left, Marval, Senior Chief Legalman Ruby Carter, and DSO North's Commanding Officer Capt. Paul LeBlanc. DSO North provides the highest quality legal representation to military service members as efficiently as possible, consistent with their ethical obligation to represent clients zealously. They represent service members at administrative separation boards, boards of inquiry and courts-martial, in addition to providing advice to service members on defense-related topics such as nonjudicial punishment.

The JAG Corps bids fair winds and following seas to Legalman 1st Class (SW/AW) Juan Marval. Marval retired after his tour as the sole paralegal and office manager at the Defense Service Office (DSO) North Branch Office Great Lakes. From left, Marval, Senior Chief Legalman Ruby Carter, and DSO North’s Commanding Officer Capt. Paul LeBlanc. DSO North provides legal representation to service members. They represent service members at administrative separation boards, boards of inquiry and courts-martial, in addition to providing advice to service members on defense-related topics such as nonjudicial punishment.

 

Navy Achievement Medal

present the Navy Achievement Medal

Capt. David Harrison, commanding officer, Region Legal Service Office Southwest (RLSO SW) joined Capt. Yvette Davids, commanding officer, USS Bunker Hill (CG 52) to present the Navy Achievement Medal to Gunners Mate 3rd Class Tyler Lavelle, Operations Specialist 3rd Class Joshua Forni, Operations Specialist Seaman Anthony Cole aboard USS Bunker Hill, Feb. 25. The three Sailors were returning to the ship when they encountered a RLSO SW Sailor in distress. Relying on their training, the three took swift and decisive action to engage the distressed Sailor in supportive conversation and calmly and professionally convinced her to accompany them to the ship, and seek medical attention.

 

 
 

Saint Patrick’s Day 5K

Defense Service Office Southeast prepare to run in the Saint Patrick’s Day 5K aboard Naval Station Norfolk March 14. Catherine Reap, Lt. Sharlena Williams, Operations Specialist 3rd Class Mischelle Simmons, Legalman 1st Class Carie Sharp, Naval Aircrewman 2nd Class Nicholaus Colone, Fire Controlman 2nd Class Amber Cook, Lt. Kate Shovlin, Lt. Leila Mullican, Lt. Cmdr. Kim Kelly, Lt. Nicole Staring, Cmdr. Meg Larrea, Lt. John Butler, Chief Legalman Rasha Stewart, Senior Chief Legalman Renate Williams, and Lt. Victor Marquez. The Navy encourages exercise as a way to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and fitness is a part of our life.

 
 

Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Field Exercise

From left, Logistics Specialist 1st Class Travis Thompson, Master-at-Arms 1st Class Timothy Martin, and Legalman 1st Class Christopher Newham, of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Two Five (NMCB 25), provide cover during a mass casualty drill at the NMCB 25 field exercise (FEX) March 14. The FEX gives the battalion members an opportunity to test their skills in a simulated combat environment. NMCB 25 is training for an upcoming deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Patrick Gordon/Released)

From left, Logistics Specialist 1st Class Travis Thompson, Master-at-Arms 1st Class Timothy Martin, and Legalman 1st Class Christopher Newham, of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 25, provide cover during a mass casualty drill at the NMCB 25 field exercise (FEX) March 14. The FEX gives the battalion members an opportunity to test their skills in a simulated combat environment. NMCB 25 is training for an upcoming deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Patrick Gordon/Released)

 

 
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Posted by on April 4, 2014 in Legalman Paralegals, Military Personnel, Photos from the Fleet, Uncategorized

 

Reenlistment

Cmdr. Dena Panecaldo of a Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center presents Senior Chief Legalman Christina Nixon with the Certificate of Reenlistment following her reenlistment at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story's Chapel Annex. ECRC directly assists Individual Augmentee sailors by ensuring they are properly equipped and trained to deploy in support of overseas contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist James C. Brown/Released)

Cmdr. Dena Panecaldo of a Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center presents Senior Chief Legalman Christina Nixon with the Certificate of Reenlistment following her reenlistment at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story’s Chapel Annex. ECRC directly assists Individual Augmentee sailors by ensuring they are properly equipped and trained to deploy in support of overseas contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist James C. Brown/Released)

 

 
 
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