52nd BQC-reserve company graduates. (From the Schoolhouse).
RADM McLaughlin and RDML Priest congratulated the 17 officers of the 52nd Company on their achievements and helped officially designate them as fully qualified Supply Corps officers. Both admirals reaffirmed the importance of the Reservists' role in the modern Navy.
In addition to the graduation, events included a reception and dinner held in Scott Hall. CAPT Bob Monette, Commanding Officer of the Navy Supply Corps School, welcomed the 52nd Company students into the Supply Corps and applauded their families and the NSCS Reserve Training Division staff for 15 months of hard work.
The students of the 52nd Company successfully met all challenges and achieved a highly impressive company average of 92.5 percent. This is a remarkable accomplishment considering their extremely demanding civilian occupations. ENS Christopher Golomb, SC, USNR, was recognized as the American Logistics Association Honor Graduate, achieving an overall average of 96.4 percent, while LTJG Jeffrey Glueck, SC, USNR, was awarded the Navy Supply Corps Association Leadership Award for his outstanding class leadership and academic performance.
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|Publication:||Navy Supply Corps Newsletter|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2003|
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