United States Navy & Petty Officer
The United States Navy (USN) is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. A petty officer is a non-commissioned officer in many navies and is given the NATO rank denotion OR-6. They are equal in rank to sergeant, British Army and Royal Air Force. /5
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Happy Veteran's day to my King, best friend, husband & protector...Petty Officer 1st class, BU1 Domingo of the United States Navy!
My grandpa William L. Park was a Petty Officer 2nd Class with the United States Navy during the…
Finally frocked a 3rd class petty officer in the United States Navy. And it is on the one year…
Joe Ronnie Hooper was born on August 8, 1938 in Piedmont, South Carolina. His family moved when he was a child to Moses Lake, Washington where he attended Moses Lake High School. Hooper enlisted in the United States Navy in December 1956. After graduation from boot camp at San Diego, California he served as an Airman aboard USS Wasp (CV-18) and USS Hancock (CV-19). He was discharged in July 1959, shortly after being promoted to Petty Officer 3rd Class. Hooper reenlisted in the United States Army in May 1960 as a Private First Class and attended Basic Training at Fort Ord, California. After graduation, he volunteered for Airborne School at Fort Benning, Georgia and then was assigned to Company C, 1st Airborne Battle Group, 325th Infantry , 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina and was promoted to corporal during his assignment. He then served a tour of duty in Korea with the 20th Infantry in October 1961 and shortly after arriving he was promoted to sergeant and was made a Squad Leader. H ...
Hm 20 at 20... Lets See. 1.) I was married to my HighSchool Sweetheat Jennifer Watson-Williams 2.) I was enlisted in the United States Navy as an Nuke ET (Electronics Technician) 3.) I was stationed at the NNPTC (Naval Nuclear Power Training Command) Orlando Florida. 4.) I wanted to be a Novelist, and was working on some short stories 5.) I drove a POS 1984 Pontiac Sunfire that later threw a rod through the engine block. 6.) I feared not getting good enough grades to pass, my dad causing problems, and moochers in life bringing me down. 7.) Video Games were my past time. I didn't have much free time. 8.) The Year was 1994. It Sucked. 1.) Now, It is ALMOST 20 years later. This year will be year 19 since I was 20. 2.) I'm still married to my Highschool Sweetheart, and we have a modernized unconventional marriage that works. 3.) I did 10 years in the Military before being Honorably Discharged at the rank of E-6 (Petty Officer 1st Class) I had changed rates from Nuke ET to Storekeeper. BEST thing that could ha ...
Any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile.. can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction, I server in the United States Navy. GN world
If you have a moment in your life PLEASE say farewell to GM2 HILL United States Navy. A fellow Petty Officer and friend to many. I didn't know him like others did but never the less I want to pass the word out to those that did know him more and his family that Its sad to hear the loss of the good Man, friend, Son, and fellow SHIPMATE. My condolences to all that knew him. A well respect Petty Officer from what i remember back in BMU2 about 2 years ago. Sad too know his life was taken away at only 24 yrs. old. Farewell bruh may you look down on all that care for you and know that youll be missed. You served and put yourself to protect others and your country no question about that. For that alone I respect you. R.I.P.
I am a Petty Officer in the United States Navy, the strongest Navy in the world. I have the distinct privilege of being a leader of the finest Sailors anywhere. As such, I owe my Sailors leadership that they can depend on, trust, and follow. I will neither fear nor shun responsibility and I am always responsible for my actions. I am always fair and impartial when dealing with my Sailors; remembering not to accept full credit for A Job Well Done ~ without proper recognition of my Sailors first. I am loyal to my subordinates, peers, and those officers appointed over me. I cannot favor either; my integrity must be beyond reproach. I will fully support all Navy Regulations and Article of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. I have the duty to correct and report all violations of these regulations that govern my Navy. I instill Esprit de Corps throughout the Petty Officer grades in the Navy; bearing allegiance to each other. I owe all of the above not to just myself, but to the United States, to my Navy, and ...
.During the course of this day you have been caused to humbly accept challenge and face adversity. This you have accomplished with rare good grace. Pointless as some of these challenges may have seemed, there were valid, time-honored reasons behind each pointed barb. It was necessary to meet these hurdles with blind faith in the fellowship of Chief Petty Officers. The goal was to instill in you that trust is inherent with the donning of the uniform of a Chief. It was our intent to impress upon you that challenge is good; a great and necessary reality which cannot mar you - which, in fact, strengthens you. In your future as a Chief Petty Officer, you will be forced to endure adversity far beyond that imposed upon you today. You must face each challenge and adversity with the same dignity and good grace you demonstrated today. By experience, by performance, and by testing, you have been this day advanced to Chief Petty Officer. In the United States Navy - and only in the United States Navy - the rank of E7 ...
Serving in the United States Navy during the 1980's, a golden opportunity became a dark nightmare for Petty Officer Phillip Zimmerman. For The Convenience of the Government is a memoir of a decorated veteran who was discharged from military service because of his sexual orientation and the discriminatory policies of the United States Government. Petty Officer Zimmerman recounts his memories, fears and experiences, from a painfully lonely life as a teenager in Philadelphia to his meteoric rise as one of the most competent and capable Arabic and Farsi Crypto-Linguists in the Naval Security Group and the destructive end of a promising career. This is one man's story about proudly serving his nation while coming to terms with a deep secret about who and what he really is.
So very proud of my son, he passed his test and has moved up to Petty Officer 3rd class in the United States Navy
As an honorably discharged Petty Officer in the United States Navy, I salute this sailor... I believe that all service men & women need to make sure we remember and honor the oath we swore. A sacred oath to support and defend the constitution and only following lawful orders... Which means not supporting illegal wars of aggression and never acting against the Citizens of the Republic... Its time to: End the Illegal Wars... Bring the troops home... Make sure we pay them all their benefits...
The United States Airforce backed out, so I am dealing with the Marines, The Department of Veterans Affairs, and the United States Navy. Ship Serviceman First Class Petty Officer Peter Hoff and Chief Wyer, you know that I will gladly do jail time than loose to you, anytime!
The veterans of D-Day aren't the only ones to be hailed and thanked in June. The most important battle of the Pacific Theater of WW2 was from June 4- 7th 1942. ...from the niece of 3 veterans of that theater and the daughter of a Chief Petty Officer of the United States Navy.
I have officially assumed the title of Enginemen Third Class Petty Officer Surface Warfare Roemer United States Navy.
I can officially call myself a Petty Officer in the United States Navy!
Thank you to all the men and women who have and is serving our country! Special thank you to my son Petty Officer Tyler Ray Randrup... United States Navy :) So proud of you!
Here's wishing a heartfelt thanks to all veterans of the military service. Though I only gave 21 years, 2 months, and 27 days of my life to the United States Navy, there is no limited expression of thanks that I can give to those who gave the ultimate sacrafice of their life to ensure the freedom we enjoy as a Nation. God Bless America, Land That I Love. Rufus Benjamin Smith Jr., Chief Petty Officer, United States Navy (Retired).
Damon Johnson Chief Petty Officer United States Navy thank u for protecting are waters and the rest of the Navy on this holiday thank u Bro
Congratulations to Patrick Shane Fisher on your promotion to Petty Officer Second Class in the United States Navy. I am proud of you and your accomplishments!
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