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October 2017

Congratulations to CTMC(IW/SW) Bryan C. Shoberg for Being Selected as CIWT Pensacola Senior Instructor of the Year

Chief Petty Officer Shoberg was born in San Francisco, CA in February, 1986.  After graduating from high school in June 2004, he entered the Navy in January 2005.
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Congratulations to CTR1 Francisco D. Peavy for Being Selected as CIWT Pensacola Mid-Grade Instructor of the Year

CTR1 (IW/SW/NAC/AW) Francisco D. Peavy was born in Providence, Rhode Island and raised between Rhode Island, Virginia and Florida.  After graduating his senior year at Bayside High School, Virginia Beach, Virginia, he entered the Navy on February 14, 2006.
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Remembering RMC Joseph Pearson, WWII and Korean War Veteran

In 2009, a Chief Petty Officer while serving at the Joint Analysis Center (JAC) Molesworth noticed an older man standing outside the Base Exchange at RAF Lakenheath with the distinctive belt buckle of a Navy Chief. He went up to the man and addressed him as “Chief.” The surprised man said it had been many, many years since anyone had called him that. Continue reading “Remembering RMC Joseph Pearson, WWII and Korean War Veteran”

Just a Clerk in the Navy (part 3 of 3) (Guest Post)

The internet has also proved helpful in piecing together Dad’s various transit trips across the Pacific. His first troopship experience occurred on the maiden voyage of the GENERAL HARRY TAYLOR (AP-15) for transportation to Milne Bay, New Guinea, loaded with replacement troops.
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Just a Clerk in the Navy (part 2 of 3) (Guest Post)

The following short narrative written by Dad that was discovered in his papers shortly after his death and describes what he did during the war in his words:
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Just a Clerk in the Navy (Part 1 of 3) (Guest Post) By Jim Schlueter

My father, ElmerJ Schlueter USNR (CT1c) (1920-2002), served with the Naval Security Group (Office of Naval Communications) from 1942 to 1952. He was an IBM tabulating machine operator in the GS “IBM machine” section. Continue reading “Just a Clerk in the Navy (Part 1 of 3) (Guest Post) By Jim Schlueter”

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