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Rear Adm. Wolfe graduates and certifies students of the 4th Battalion and BQC-NR 65th Company.

Rear Adm. Patricia E. Wolfe, Supply Corps ADCOS for Logistics, Fleet Supply and Ordnance, U.S. Pacific Fleet Commander, Logistics Tasks Force Pacific Commander, Naval Logistics Forces Korea graduated and certified students of the Basic Qualification Course 4th Battalion and Navy Reserve (BQC-NR) 65th Company "Ready for Sea" in November in a combined ceremony.

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Rear Adm. Wolfe and Capt. John Titus presented awards to students of the Basic Qualification Courses who distinguished themselves among their peers.

Ens. Richard Reese was the 4th Battalion's Honor Graduate for overall grade point average. He also received the Navy Food Service Excellence Award. He will be reporting to the USS New York (LPD 21).

Ens. Michael Rorholm was the Honor Graduate for the Navy Reserve 65th Company for maintaining the highest overall grade point average. He is attached to the Navy Cargo Handling Battalion 5.

The Navy Supply Corps Association Leadership Award for superb academic performance and unmatched leadership was given to CWO3 Andrew Davenport from the 4th Battalion and Ens. Brian Pine from the 65th Reserve Company. CWO3 Davenport will report to the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). Ens. Pine is attached to USTRANSCOM.

The Navy Exchange Service Command Ships Store Award for the highest grade point average in the retail operations course was awarded to Ltjg. Mikesell. He will be reporting to the USS Maine (SSBN 741).

The recipient for the Defense Finance and Accounting Service Excellence Award was presented to Ens. Giancarlos Cristal. This award is presented to the Supply Corps officer who has the highest grade point average in the disbursing management course. Ens. Cristal is also the recipient of the Supply Management Excellence Award. This award is presented to the Supply Corps officer who has achieved the highest grade point average in the supply management course. He will report to the USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19).

Capt. John V. Plehal, Deputy Director, Currently Serving Matters of the Military Officers Association of America, awarded Lt. Andrew Lovgren with the Military Officers Association of America Award. This award is presented to the student who promotes enduring values of military professionals such as leadership, service, camaraderie, patriotism, and the highest standards of ethics. Lt. Lovgren will be reporting to the USNS Carl Brashear (T-AKE 7).

The students of 4th Battalion honored Chief Rivers as Instructor of the Battalion and the students of the 65th Company honored Lt. Kalloch as the Instructor of the Company. The Instructor of the Battalion/Company is chosen by the students of the graduating class and represents the instructor they feel contributed most to their professional and educational experience at NSCS.
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Title Annotation:From the Schoolhouse
Publication:Navy Supply Corps Newsletter
Date:Nov 1, 2008
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