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Supply corps officers nominated for promotion.

Navy Rear Admiral (Lower Half) Jonathan Yuen has been nominated for appointment to the rank of Rear Admiral. Rear Adm. Yuen is currently serving as Director, Central Command (CENTCOM) Deployment and Distribution Operations Center in Kuwait, and will resume his duties as Commander, NAVSUP Global Logistics Support, San Diego, Calif., upon his return.

A native of San Francisco, Rear Adm. Yuen graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy. He earned a master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business and completed an executive education program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

His first flag assignment was as Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Fleet Supply and Ordnance, N4, U.S. Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Previous duty stations include assignment in Baghdad as Deputy Commander/Chief of Staff of the Joint Contracting Command - Iraq/Afghanistan. He was a senior fellow on the Chief of Naval Operations' Strategic Studies Group. Additional assignments include Deputy Commander for Ships and Submarines, NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (formerly Naval Inventory Control Point, Mechanicsburg, Pa.); Deputy Commander, Corporate Operations, Naval Supply Systems Command; Executive Officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Yokosuka (formerly U.S. Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Yokosuka, Japan); Executive Assistant, Defense Logistics Support Center, Defense Logistics Agency; Career Counselor and Community Manager, Navy Supply Corps Personnel; Aide to the Director, Supply Programs and Policy Division (OPNAV N41); and Navy Acquisition Contracting Officer Intern.

His afloat assignments include USS Narwhal (SSN 671); USS Constellation (CV 64); and Supply Officer, USS Nassau (LHA 4) while the ship deployed for 277 days in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom off the coast of Djibouti, and in the Persian Gulf.

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Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta announced that the President has nominated Capt. David Pimpo for promotion to the rank of Rear Admiral (Lower Half).

Capt. Pimpo currently serves as Assistant Commander, Supply Operations and Logistics Policy, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), Mechanicsburg, Pa.

He earned a bachelor's degree from U.S. Naval Academy, and a master's degree from Darden Business School at the University of Virginia, and graduated from the Wharton Business School Executive Development Program at the University of Pennsylvania.

His afloat assignments include serving aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76); USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74); and USS Knox (FF 1052). Ashore he has served as Commanding Officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center, San Diego; Deputy Director, Standing Joint Force Headquarters, United States Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.; Assistant Force Supply Officer for Commander, Naval Air Forces; Military Deputy for Supply Systems and Policy, Commander, Naval Air Forces; Director of Aviation Support Systems and later Director of the Aircraft Engine Program, Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia; Flag Aide, Director, Defense Logistics Agency; and Navy Acquisition Contracting Officer, Naval Air Systems Command.

Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta announced that the President has nominated Capt. Donald Singleton for promotion to the rank of Rear Admiral (Lower Half).

Capt. Singleton currently serves as Chief of Staff, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), Mechanicsburg, Pa. A native of Montgomery, Ala., CAPT Singleton enlisted in the Navy in 1981, and after graduating from Air Traffic Control School, he served as an instructor for tower and radar operations and subsequently served at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla.

He earned his bachelor's degree in management from Troy University and was selected for Officer Candidate School in Newport, R.I. He was commissioned in September 1986, and attended the Navy Supply Corps School in Athens, Ga. He graduated from the College of William and Mary in Virginia with a master's in business administration, and holds a master's degree in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College, Newport, R.I. He is also a graduate of the Columbia University Senior Executive Program.

His afloat assignments include Supply Officer, USS George Washington (CVN 73); Supply Officer, USS Vicksburg (CG 69); Aviation Supply Division Officer, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69); and Assistant Supply Officer, USS Vreeland (FF 1068). Ashore he has served as Supply Officer, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla.; Budget Officer, Navy Supply Systems Command, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Aviation Logistics Analyst for OPNAV Staff (N41), Washington D.C.; Detailer, Supply Corps Officer Personnel, Washington D.C.; Supply Officer, Fighter Squadron 101, Oceana, Va.; and Chief of Staff for the Director for Logistics (J4), The Joint Staff. Prior to serving in his current position, Capt. Singleton served as Commanding Officer, NAVSUP FLC Norfolk, Va.

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Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta announced that the President has nominated Capt. Deborah Haven for promotion to the rank of Rear Admiral (Lower Half).

Capt. Haven currently serves as Commanding Officer, United States Fleet Forces Logistics Support Unit. In her civilian job, she is the Deputy Director, Maritime Customer Operations, at Defense Logistics Agency's Land and Maritime Center in Columbus, Ohio.

A native of Philadelphia, Capt. Haven earned a bachelor's degree in Business Management from the University of Maryland and a master's degree from La Salle University.

She was activated to support Operation Unified Response at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as Chief of Staff of Task Force Forty-Eight. She deployed to Kuwait for seven months, supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom II as the Chief of Staff for Naval Expeditionary Logistics Support Force Forward ALPHA. Additionally, she was called to active duty during Desert Storm and served as Customer Service and Combat Logistics Force Officer, assigned to Navy Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Norfolk (now known as the NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk).
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