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Forward deployed.

The Newsletter has been recognizing active duty and Reserve personnel who served or are serving forward deployed. Here are some more names:

LCDR Eric Burks from Navy Supply Corps School to Combat Status Review Tribunal Member, Cuba

LT Shane Dietrich from USS Enterprise (CVN 65), to Multi-National Security Transitional Command--Iraq, as Contingency Contracting Requirements Officer

LT Vincent V. Erno from Commander, Naval Air Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet to Joint Task Force-515/TAK 019 TAK/N4, Logistics Officer

LCDR Mark Escoe from Naval Inventory Control Point, Mechanicsburg, Pa., to Multinational Coalition-I, C8 Camp Victory, Baghdad, Logistics Capability Budget Officer

LCDR Andrew Escriva from Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Senior Navy Sustainment Representative

LT Paul Fox from Commander, Naval Air Forces Atlantic to Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay, Operations Officer

CDR Kathy Gordon Naval Air Systems Command to Qatar, Logistics Officer

LT Dan Hogue from Defense Supply Center Columbus to Camp Arifjan. Kuwait for Central Command Deployment and Distribution Operations Center (CDDOC) Sustainment Cell

CDR Mike Kelly from Chief of Naval Operations to Iraq, Resource Management Officer

CDR Ron Kocher from Defense Supply Center Philadelphia to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait for CDDOC Sustainment Cell

LCDR William Sorensen from Naval Sea Logistics Ship Operations Norfolk to Administrative Review Board #1 Member (DMO), Cuba

CDR Gary, Southerland to Aviation Supply Officer, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing to Al Asad, Iraq

CDR John Spencer Commander, Fleet Forces Command to Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay, Director J4

LCDR Shawn Thornton from Naval Air Station New Orleans to Joint Force Marine Component Commander--Bahrain, Supply Action Officer (NS)

LT Kelly Weaverling from Navy Supply Corps School to Joint Area Support Group-Central. Budget Officer

LCDR Lorenzo Williams from NAVSUP Office of Special Projects to Multinational Force-Iraq. Current Programs Officer/ Operations Logistics
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Publication:Navy Supply Corps Newsletter
Date:May 1, 2005
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