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1 80th National Convention Fleet Reserve Association 75th National Convention Ladies Auxiliary, FRA 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 CONVENTION PROGRAM 31 October 3 November 2007

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3 Table of Contents National Officers, Ladies Auxiliary, FRA...2 National Officers, FRA...3 Joint Opening Ceremonies...4 Convention Officials/Offices/Information Booths...6 Keynote Speaker...7 Schedule of Events...8 Convention Speakers...13 Location Floor Plan 80th Annual FRA and 75th Annual LA FRA National Conventions Corpus Christi, Texas 1

4 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 National Officers, Ladies Auxiliary, FRA SANDRA L. ROBBINS National President Ladies Auxiliary, FRA First row left to right: Debra E. Waldron, National Chaplain; Georgia M. Gallagher, National Executive Secretary; Cynthia Rodham-Tuck, National Financial Secretary; Gail Doloway, National Vice President; Sandra L. Robbins, National President; Eileen M. Magnan, National Treasurer; Pat Boudreaux, Jr. Past National President; and PNP Gail W. Johnson, National Parliamentarian. Second row left to right: PRPSE Joyce L. Belt, Sergeant-at-Arms; Jean E. Dane, Regional President New England; Margaret J. Fisher, Regional President East Coast; Donna F. Mefford, Regional President Southeast; Rozena McVey, Regional President North Central; Nancy L. Morrow, Regional President South Central; Emma M. Ivins, Regional President Northwest; Jan Carlson, Regional President West Coast; Gi Gi Hermes, Regional President Southwest; and Jean Smith, Marshall. Not pictured: Sue Hershberger, Regional President Northeast. 2

5 National Officers, FRA JERRY L. SWEENEY National President Fleet Reserve Association First row left to right: PNP J.C. Jim Eblen, National Parliamentarian; Paul Rigby, Finance Officer; Joseph L. Barnes, National Executive Secretary; Jerry L. Sweeney, National President; Lawrence J. Boudreaux, National Vice President; Edgar M. Zerr, Jr. Past National President; and Vincent W. Patton, III, National Chaplain. Second row left to right: Anthony Cassata, Regional President Southeast; Francis D. Tyson, Regional President Northeast; Charles F. Smedley, Regional President Southwest; JrPRPSC Donald Larson, standing-in for Regional President South Central; Paul F. Loveless, Jr., Regional President New England; Charles R. McIntyre, Regional President West Coast; Leon J. Zalewski, Regional President North Central; and Delbert L. Herrmann, Regional President East Coast. Not pictured: Leo V. Vance, Regional President South Central. 80th Annual FRA and 75th Annual LA FRA National Conventions Corpus Christi, Texas 3

6 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 Joint Opening Ceremonies Program PRELIMINARY MUSIC Patriot Band & Honor Guard ASSEMBLY CALL PRPSC Michael F. Snyder Dallas Branch 96 Chairman, FRA 80th National Convention Chairman PNP Linda L. Merten Space City Unit 159 LA FRA 75th National Convention PRESENTATION OF HONORED GUESTS RADM Michael R. Seward, USCG Deputy Commander for Mobilization & Reserve Affairs Pacific Area, U.S. Coast Guard Sandra L. Robbins National President, Ladies Auxiliary, FRA Jerry L. Sweeney National President, FRA Michael E. Thornton Medal of Honor Recipient PRESENTATION OF COLORS Patriot Band & Honor Guard OPENING PRAYER Vincent W. Patton, III National Chaplain, FRA NATIONAL ANTHEM Patriot Band & Honor Guard PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE POST THE COLORS Patriot Band & Honor Guard RECITATION OF PREAMBLES to the Constitutions of the FRA and the Ladies Auxiliary, FRA INTRODUCTIONS Distinguished Guests Regional and Past Regional Officers, Ladies Auxiliary, FRA Past National Officers, Ladies Auxiliary, FRA Past National Presidents, Ladies Auxiliary, FRA National Officers, Ladies Auxiliary, FRA Regional and Past Regional Officers, FRA Past National Officers, FRA Past National Presidents, FRA National Officers Emeritus, FRA National Officers, FRA WELCOME TO CORPUS CHRISTI PRPSC Michael F. Snyder Chairman, FRA 80th National Convention PNP Linda L. Merten Chairman, LA FRA 75th National Convention Congressional Medal of Honor Society Shipmate Michael E. Thornton Medal of Honor Recipient KEYNOTE ADDRESS RADM Michael R. Seward, USCG Deputy Commander for Mobilization & Reserve Affairs Pacific Area, U.S. Coast Guard TWO BELL CEREMONY IN MEMORY OF DEPARTED SHIPMATES Vincent W. Patton, III National Chaplain, FRA GREETINGS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, AND WELCOMING REMARKS Joseph L. Barnes National Executive Secretary, FRA Sandra L. Robbins National President, Ladies Auxiliary, FRA Jerry L. Sweeney National President, FRA CONVENTION COMMITTEE ANNOUNCEMENTS CLOSING 4

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8 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 Convention Officials National Convention Officers President: Jerry L. Sweeney, Navy Department Branch 181 Vice President: Lawrence J. Boudreaux, Hangtown Branch 275 Parliamentarian: PNP J.C. Jim Eblen, San Diego Branch 9 Chaplain: Vincent W. Patton, III, Navy Department Branch 181 Masters-at-Arms: PRPNC Joseph G. LaPadula, Omaha-Council Bluffs Branch 276 James E. Robbins, Jr., First Coast Branch 91 National Convention Committee Chairman: PRPSC Michael F. Snyder, Dallas Branch 96 LA FRA-Chairman: PNP Linda L. Merten, Space City Unit 159 Vice Chairmen: RVPSC Donald Larson, Corpus Christi Branch 94 PNP Gail W. Johnson, B. Duke Woody Unit 147 Treasurer: PRPSW Victor Miranda, San Diego Branch 9 FRA Journal & Booster Roll: PRPSC Francis T. Farr, Slidell Branch 222 FRA National Headquarters Convention Support National Executive Secretary: Joseph L. Barnes, Navy Department Branch 181 Finance Officer: Paul Rigby Director, Administration: Alicia A. Landis, Navy Department Unit 181 Director, Membership Development: Penny Collins, Annapolis Branch 24 Director, Legislative Programs: John R. Davis, Navy Department Branch 181 Director, Marketing and Communications: Eileen Murphy, Navy Department Unit 181 National Veterans Service Officer: Chris Slawinski, Navy Department Branch 181 Outreach Manager: PRPEC Robert Washington, Sr., Navy Department Branch 181 Offices The FRA Office is located in the Copano Room. It will open at 0900, Tuesday, 30 October 2007 and close at 0830, Sunday, 4 November Normal office hours during the convention will be 0730 until 30 minutes following recess for the day (closed for the NBOD meetings, Joint Opening Ceremonies, business sessions, and for lunch from ). If you have business to conduct and the office is closed, please contact a staff member on the convention floor for assistance. LA FRA Office is located in the Partnership Boardroom. Information Booths Armed Forces Retirement Home Congressional Medal of Honor Society DECA Department VA National Cemetery Administration GEICO Humana Military Healthcare Services Johnson Law Firm Marsh Affinity Group Services TRICARE Service Center, Corpus Christi 6

9 Keynote Speaker Rear Admiral Michael R. Seward Deputy Commander for Mobilization and Reserve Affairs Pacific Area, U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral Michael R. Seward has most recently served as the Deputy J-3 at NORTHCOM, Colorado Springs. A native of California s San Joaquin Valley, Seward graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn. in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management and a commission as an Ensign. His active duty assignments included a tour aboard CGC Rush (WHEC 723), a 378-foot highendurance Cutter based in Alameda, Calif. He also served as Admissions Officer and Instructor at the Coast Guard Academy. Prior to his current reserve assignment, Seward served as Commodore, Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron Three Zero, Imperial Beach, Calif., Deputy Chief of Staff, Eleventh Coast Guard District in Alameda, Coast Guard Liaison Officer at Naval Coastal Warfare Group One in San Diego, Deputy Operations Officer for Contingencies at Coast Guard Pacific Area in Alameda, and Commanding Officer of Port Security Unit 311, based in San Pedro. He also commanded several reserve units, and held temporary command of CGC Point Heyer (WPB 82369), an 82-foot patrol boat based in San Francisco. During other reserve assignments he served aboard Cutters Point Barrow (WPB 82348), Boutwell (WHEC 719), Sherman (WHEC 720), and Midgett (WHEC 726). In 1991 Seward was mobilized to Saudi Arabia for Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm as Executive Officer of Port Security Unit 303. He deployed to Somalia in December 1992 as a member of the joint Coast Guard-Navy Naval Coastal Warfare Assessment Team for Operation Restore Hope. In 2001, he was mobilized for Operation Noble Eagle, spending seven months conducting Red Cell anti-terrorism analysis for the Coast Guard Pacific Area. He has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, (two awards), the Coast Guard Commendation Medal, (two awards), the Department of Transportation 9-11 Medal, the Coast Guard Achievement Medal (two awards), and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. He also has earned the Port Security and Cutterman Breast Insignia. Michael Edwin Thornton U.S. Navy Seals, Medal of Honor Recipient Michael E. Thornton, a native of South Carolina, enlisted in the Navy in He entered basic training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, and was selected for specialized training in Basic Underwater Demolition training in Coronado, Calif. and the SEAL community. After training, he was assigned to SEAL team ONE based in Coronado from From October 1968 to January 1973, he completed several tours in Vietnam and Thailand. His most prestigious decoration was bestowed for heroic actions on his last tour of duty in Vietnam, which resulted in saving the life of a fellow SEAL. For this action during a reconnaissance and intelligence gathering mission, he received this Nation s highest award, the CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR. He served as an instructor at the SEAL training command in Coronado and was the senior enlisted in SEAL team TWO in Little Creek, Va. in an operational platoon and as an instructor for SEAL Basic Indoctrination. In 1978 he deployed to the U.K. to serve two years with the Royal Marine British Special Boat Squadron in an exchange billet. Upon completion of his successful tour with the British, he returned to help establish and operate with SEAL Team SIX. In June 1982, Lieutenant Thornton received his commission as an Ensign. He completed Basic Office Diving and Salvage Training and immediately thereafter was assigned as the Officer-in-Charge of the Second Class Dive School at the Little Creek Amphibious Base. In January 1986, he reported to the USS EDENTON (ATS-1) as the First Lieutenant and Diving and Salvage Office for Combat Support Squadron Eight, at Little Creek. In April 1990, Lieutenant Thornton was Bravo Company Commander and coordinated a rapid response deployment in support of DESERT SHEILD/STORM. Thornton s personal decorations include: The Congressional Medal of Honor, Silver Star, (3) Bronze Star Medals with Combat V, Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal, (3) Navy Commendation Medals with Combat V, Navy Achievement Medal, The Combat Action Ribbon with Gold Star, The Vietnamese Service Medal with one Silver Star and Two Bronze Stars, and numerous awards and unit citations. 80th Annual FRA and 75th Annual LA FRA National Conventions Corpus Christi, Texas 7

10 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 Schedule of Events Tuesday, 30 October & Registration Corpus Foyer Workshop: imis System Basics. Presented by Eileen Murphy, Director, Marketing & Communications. (To include light lunch.) Laguna Madre Room 1300 LA FRA Pre-Convention National Board of Directors Meeting Nueces Ballroom B 1300 FRA Pre-Convention National Board of Directors Meeting Nueces Ballroom A Workshop: Public Speaking Tools. Presented by Penny Collins, Director, Membership Development Laguna Madre Room Wednesday, 31 October Workshop: New Convention Attendees Orientation. Presented by RVPSC Donald Larson, Corpus Christi Branch 94. (To include continental breakfast.) Laguna Madre Room 0900 FRA & LA FRA Joint Opening Ceremonies Corpus Christi Ballroom A, B, & C (see Program of the Joint Opening Ceremonies on page 4) 1100 FRA and LA FRA PNP Group Photos immediately following Joint Opening Ceremonies Corpus Christi Ballroom A, B, & C 1130 FRA/LA FRA Past National Presidents Luncheon (Closed) Republic of Texas Restaurant 1130 FRA RP, RP (Elect), and RVP Luncheon (Closed) Bayview Room 1130 LA FRA RP, RP (Elect), and RVP Luncheon (Closed) Bayview Room Workshop: National Committee on Legislative Service Meeting and Legislative Issues Update, NES Joe Barnes, Chairman. (To include light lunch.) Laguna Madre Room Registration Corpus Foyer 1300 LA FRA 1st Business Session Nueces Ballroom 8

11 Schedule of Events FRA 1st Business Session Corpus Christi Ballroom A & B Introduction of Convention guests. Introduction of Convention Officials. Appointment of Master-at-Arms. Appointment of Timekeeper. 1st Report of the National Convention Committee on Credentials and Registration. Ratification of National Board of Directors Resolutions. Presentation of the annual reports of the National Officers: National President; National Vice President; National Executive Secretary (to include NHQ staff briefing); Finance Officer; Jr. Past National President; Regional President New England; Regional President Northeast; Regional President East Coast; Regional President Southeast; Regional President North Central; Regional President South Central; Regional President Southwest; Regional President West Coast; Regional President Northwest; and National Chaplain. Presentation of the annual reports of the Chairmen, Standing and Special National Committees: Americanism-Patriotism; Budget & Finance; Constitution, Bylaws & Resolutions; Employees Pension; FRA Building; Hospitals, Welfare & Rehabilitation; Legislative Service; Membership & Retention; Public Relations; Youth Activities; and Special Committee to Evaluate the Geographic Boundaries of the FRA Regions. Convention Greetings. Referral of Resolutions to national convention committees. Appointment of national convention committees, assignment of meeting rooms, and meeting instructions. Delegates Time Workshop: Branch Secretaries/Regional Officer imis Capabilities. Presented by Eileen Murphy, Director, Marketing & Communications. Laguna Madre Room 1900 Welcome Aboard Party Corpus Christi Ballroom A, B & C Thursday, 1 November Workshop: Your VA. Presented by Kevin B. Secor, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, and Chris Slawinski, FRA National Veterans Service Officer. (To include continental breakfast.) Laguna Madre Room & Registration Corpus Foyer 0900 Americanism- Patriotism Texas Suite (Hospitality Room) Budget and Finance Aransas Room Constitution, Bylaws & Resolutions Matagorda Room Employees Pension Laguna Madre FRA Building Restaurant Alcove Honorary Membership & Certificate of Merit Bayview Room Hospitals, Welfare & Rehabilitation Corpus Christi Ballroom A & B Membership & Retention Glass House Public Relations Corpus Christi Ballroom A & B Youth Activities Corpus Christi Ballroom A & B Special Committee to Evaluate the Regions Corpus Christi Ballroom C National Convention Committee Meetings: 1130 LA FRA Past Regional Presidents Luncheon (Closed) Bayview Room 1130 FRA Past Regional Presidents Luncheon (Closed) Corpus Christi C 80th Annual FRA and 75th Annual LA FRA National Conventions Corpus Christi, Texas 9

12 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 Schedule of Events Workshop: Outreach and Membership Development Programs. Presented by Penny Collins, Director, Membership Development & Robert Washington, Sr., Outreach Manager. (To include light lunch.) Laguna Madre Room 1300 LA FRA 2nd Business Session Nueces Ballroom FRA 2nd Business Session Corpus Christi Ballroom A & B Introduction of Convention Guests Presentation by FORCM(SW/AW) Christopher L. Penton, Force Master Chief, Navy Recruiting Command 2nd Report of the National Convention Committee on Credentials and Registration Commence receiving the reports of the National Convention Committees Delegates Time Workshop: Nutrition & Diet It s Your Choice, Make It Healthy. Presented by Major Karen Fauber, MA, RD, LD, USAR, Defense Commissary Agency. Laguna Madre Room Friday, 2 November Senior Enlisted Panel: MCPOCG Skip Bowen, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard; FLTCM (SW/AW/SS/PJ) Michael J. McCalip, representing the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy; and SgtMaj Ronald D. Himsworth, representing the Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps. (To include continental breakfast.) Corpus Christi Ballroom C & Registration Corpus Foyer 0900 LA FRA 3rd Business Session Nueces Ballroom FRA 3rd Business Session Corpus Christi Ballroom A & B Introduction of Convention Guests Presentation by FORCM(SW) David R. Pennington, Navy Reserve Force 3rd Report of the National Convention Committee on Credentials and Registration Continue receiving National Convention Committee Reports and commence presentation of Branch awards 1130 LA FRA National President s Luncheon (Open). Bayview Room Workshop: Health Care Access. Presented by Julie Ice, Director, Legislative & Public Affairs, Humana Military Healthcare Services. (To include light lunch.) Laguna Madre Room 1300 LA FRA 4th Business Session Nueces Ballroom 10

13 Schedule of Events FRA 4th Business Session Corpus Christi Ballroom A & B Introduction of Convention Guests. 4th Report of the National Convention Committee on Credentials and Registration. Continue receiving reports of the National Convention Committees and presentation of Branch Awards. Presentation of Disaster Relief Fund Donation checks on behalf of regions, branches, and individuals. Delegates Time. * Note: Registration will close when the final credentials report is rendered immediatley prior to the elections of National Officers. Saturday, 3 November * Registration Corpus Foyer 0900 LA FRA 5th Business Session Nueces Ballroom FRA 5th Business Session Corpus Christi Ballroom A & B Introduction of Convention Guests 5th Report of the National Convention Committee on Credentials and Registration Continue receiving reports of the National Convention Committees Final Report of the National Convention Committee on Credentials and Registration. Election of National Officers: National President ( ) National Vice President ( ), and National Executive Secretary ( ). ACTIVE DUTY/reserve TRACK (Friday, 2 November 2007) Senior Enlisted Panel: MCPOCG Skip Bowen, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard; FLTCM (SW/AW/SS/PJ) Michael J. McCalip, representing the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy; and SgtMaj Ronald D. Himsworth, representing the Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps. (To include continental breakfast.) Corpus Christi Ballroom C Financial Health: From Pitfalls of Pay Day Loans to Insurance Advantages. Presented by Marty Kesner, GEICO. Corpus Christi Ballroom C Health Care & Dental Benefits and Access. Presented by Julie Ice, Director, Legislative & Public Affairs, Humana Military Healthcare Services and Allan Berrier, Dental Benefits Advisor, United Concordia. Corpus Christi Ballroom C Nutrition & Diet. Presented by It s Your Choice, Make It Healthy by Major Karen Fauber, MA, RD, LD, USAR, Defense Commissary Agency. (To include light lunch.) Corpus Christi Ballroom C Transitioning from Active Duty. Presented by MCPOCG Rick Trent, USCG Ret. Corpus Christi Ballroom C Legislative Process Brief. Presented by John R. Davis, Director, Legislative Programs. Corpus Christi Ballroom C 80th Annual FRA and 75th Annual LA FRA National Conventions Corpus Christi, Texas 11

14 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 Schedule of Events 1400 Rehearsal for FRA & LA FRA Joint Installation of Officers Nueces Ballroom A & B 1630 Official Individual Photos of FRA and LA FRA National Officers Aransas Room 1800 FRA & LA FRA Joint Installation of Officers Nueces Ballroom A & B FRA and LA FRA group photos immediately after Installation. Sunday, 4 November LA FRA Post Convention NBOD Meeting Nueces Ballroom B 0900 FRA Post Convention NBOD Meeting Nueces Ballroom A 1930 Banquet & Ball Corpus Christi Ballroom A, B & C FRA Trench ad half page:03-044nb AFSA Trench half pg 9/20/07 3:07 PM Page 1 We were there when you landed on the northern coast of France. We were there when you returned to the Philippine shore. We were there when you fought in Korea and Vietnam. We were there when you rolled across the deserts of Iraq. We were there then. We will always be there. Proudly serving those who serve MILITARY ( ) or your local office Government Employees Insurance Co. GEICO General Insurance Co. GEICO Indemnity Co. GEICO Casualty Co. These companies are subsidiaries of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. GEICO auto insurance is not available in Mass. GEICO, Washington, DC GEICO

15 Convention Speakers Master Chief Charles W. Bowen Master Chief of the Coast Guard Master Chief Charles W. Bowen was last assigned as the Officer in Charge of Coast Guard Station Marathon in 1978, his first duty station was to a patrol boat, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter POINT SWIFT in Clearwater, Fla. From there he was assigned to Coast Guard Station Marathon in the Florida Keys just in time for the Mariel, Cuba boatlift in A subsequent assignment at Station Fort Pierce, Fla. was followed by another patrol boat, this time the newly commissioned U.S. Coast Guard Cutter FARALLON, out of Miami. From South Florida he traveled to the Mid-Atlantic seaboard to join the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter POINT ARENA as the Executive Petty Officer. Upon advancing to Chief Petty Officer he was assigned as the Officer in Charge of Station New Haven, Conn. in June Following a successful tour at New Haven, he was transferred to Station Sand Key in Clearwater Beach, Fla. in In 1997, it was back to the Northeast where he was assigned as the Officer in Charge of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter POINT TURNER in Newport, R.I. until her decommissioning in April During May, 1998 he was assigned as the Officer in Charge of U.S. Coast Guard Cutter HAMMERHEAD, based in Woods Hole, Mass. and the first of the High Tech 87 foot Patrol Boats on the East Coast. From 1999 to 2001 Master Chief Bowen served as the District Seven Command Master Chief. In May 2002, Master Chief Bowen graduated with distinction from the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy. Upon graduation, he was awarded the prestigious, William G. Bainbridge Chair of Ethics Award. From June 2002 to June 2004 Master Chief Bowen served as the Command Master Chief of Headquarters Units. In addition to those duties, he also served as the Interim Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard from July 2002 through October His personal awards include four Meritorious Service Medals with O device, four Coast Guard Commendation Medals with O device, and three Coast Guard Achievement Medals with O device. Master Chief Bowen holds a Bachelor of Science Degree, Magna Cum Laude from Excelsior College and a Master of Business Administration Summa Cum Laude from Touro University International. CMDCM(SW) David R. Pennington Navy Reserve Force Master Chief David R. Pennington enlisted in the U.S. Navy in December 1976 following graduation from Jessamine County High School in Nicholasville, Kentucky. After completing Boot Camp in Great Lakes, Il and graduating from PN A School in Meridian, Ms he was assigned to the Sluggers of VF-103 and completed three Mediterranean deployments onboard the USS Saratoga (CV-60). He separated from Active Duty and affiliated in the Naval Reserves with the USS Moinester (FF-1097) at the Naval Reserve Center, Lexington, Ky. It was there that he recalled to Active Duty in the Training and Administration of Reserve (TAR) Program in September 1981 and worked in the Manpower Department of Naval Reserve Center, Lexington, Ky for four years. His follow on assignments include the Charleston, SC representative to the Atlantic Fleet Naval Reserve Career Information Team (CARIT) where he was the East Coast Sailor of the Year for two consecutive years, the USS Samuel Eliot Morison (FFG-13) home ported in Charleston, SC where he earned his Enlisted Surface Warfare Insignia and was selected for Chief Petty Officer, the Naval Air Reserve Center Barbers Point, HI where he was selected for Senior Chief Petty Officer, the Bureau of Naval Personnel (Pers-2) Washington D.C. where he excelled as the TAR Enlisted Strength Planner in the heart of the drawdown, U. S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) Camp Smith HI as the first RLO where he was selected for Master Chief Petty Officer, E8-9 TAR Enlisted Detailer New Orleans LA where he screened for Command Master Chief and detailed himself to be the Command Master Chief on the last of the class USS Frederick (LST-1184) home ported in Pearl Harbor, HI. After Hawaii it was back to the mainland as Command Master Chief of Naval Air Station, Willow Grove, PA. Following selection by the Chief of Navy Reserve, Master Chief Pennington became the 12th Force Master Chief of the Navy Reserve Force. Master Chief Pennington is authorized to wear the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (4 awards) and the Navy Achievement Medal (4 awards). He has earned an Associates Degree with Excelsior College and is an honor graduate from the Senior Enlisted Academy, Newport, RI, class th Annual FRA and 75th Annual LA FRA National Conventions Corpus Christi, Texas 13

16 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 Convention Speakers (Continued) FLTCM (AW/SS/SW/ PJ) Michael J. McCalip Fleet Master Chief Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education FLTCM Michael J. McCalip was born in Jackson, Miss. He joined the Navy in 1978 and completed recruit training in San Diego, Calif. He has served at sea on USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63), USS STONEWALL JACKSON (SSBN 634), USS DALLAS (SSN 700), USS SIMON BOLIVAR (SSBN 641), and the United States Readiness Command-Joint Communications Support Element-Airborne Division. Master Chief McCalip has also served on the staff of Commander Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet as the Force Electronics Technician. Selected into the Chief of the Boat/Command Master Chief program in June 1992, Master Chief McCalip served as Chief of the Boat onboard USS BOISE (SSN 764) from April 1993 to November He served as Command Master Chief on USS STOUT (DDG 55) from November 1995 until August 1998, as Command Master Chief and Recruit Division Commander at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes Ill., the Navy s only Basic Military Enlisted Training Facility Boot camp from September 1998 until June 2001, as Command Master Chief on the USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73) from July 2001 until September 2003, then as the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) Force Master Chief from Oct 2003 until Jan He was then selected by the Chief of Naval Personnel, VADM Harvey to serve as the first Fleet Master Chief for Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education and he reported for duty on 31January 2007 His personal awards include six Meritorious Service Medals, two Joint Service Commendation Medals, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals. FORCM(SW/AW) Christopher L. Penton Force Master Chief Navy Recruiting Command Born and raised in Bogalusa, Louisiana, Master Chief Penton enlisted into the United States Navy in September of He completed Recruit Training and Seaman Apprentice Training in December of A graduate of the U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy, Master Chief Penton is designated as a Master Training Specialist. He served as Command Master Chief of USS BUNKER HILL (CG 52), Yokosuka, Japan and San Diego, CA, from 1997 until After transferring from San Diego, CA, Master Chief Penton accepted orders as Chief of Naval Operations Command Master Chief, Naval District Washington, where he served from 1999 until Following his tour in Washington, DC, he served as Command Master Chief of USS BELLEAU WOOD (LHA 3), San Diego, CA, from 2001 until 2004, and USS NIMITZ (CVN 68), San Diego, CA, from 2004 until Master Chief Penton later reported to Center for Career Development, Millington, TN, where he served as Command Master Chief Liaison from January of 2006 until July of Afloat, Master Chief Penton has served in the following capacities: USS FEARLESS (MSO 442), Deck Division; USS SPRUANCE (DD 963), Division Leading Chief Petty Officer and Operations Department Leading Chief Petty Officer; and USS BELLEAU WOOD (LHA 3), Deck Department Leading Chief Petty Officer. Ashore, he has served as Recruit Company Commander, Recruit Training Command, San Diego, CA and as staff of Commander, Iceland Defense Force, Keflavik, Iceland. His personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (four gold stars); Joint Service Commendation Medal; Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (one gold star); Joint Service Achievement Medal; Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (two gold stars); and various service and campaign awards. He is also entitled to wear the Enlisted Surface Warfare Insignia and the Enlisted Aviation Warfare Insignia and has received his Associates Degree in Applied Science from Columbia Southern University. 14

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18 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 Convention Speakers (Continued) Sergeant Major R. D. Himsworth Sergeant Major, II Marine Expeditionary Force Sergeant Major Himsworth joined the Marine Corps in Oct 1977, and reported to MCRD, San Diego, CA in Feb 1978, for recruit training. Upon his meritorious promotion to Private First Class and graduation in May 1978, he reported to Battery L, 2d Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Marine Division for duty. While there he attended his MOS school of Field Artillery Batteryman. He also attended Primary Marksmanship School and Section Chief School and was meritoriously promoted to Lance Corporal. He was meritoriously promoted to Corporal in May 1979, and then received orders to MCRD, San Diego, CA for Drill Instructor School in Jan He held billets as a Drill Instructor and Senior Drill Instructor in Company L, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, he was meritoriously promoted to Sergeant in Aug Sergeant Himsworth was discharged from the Marine Corps in May 1982, and reenlisted in August He reported to Battery K, 1st Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Marine Division in Aug He held the billets of Section Chief and Platoon Sergeant. He was promoted to Staff Sergeant in Jul 1985, and attended the SNCO Career Course and U.S. Army Basic NCO Course while with 1/11. In Aug 1986, Staff Sergeant Himsworth reported to MCRD, San Diego, CA for his second tour of duty as a Drill Instructor and assigned to E company, 2d Recruit Training Battalion he held billets as a Drill Instructor, Senior Drill Instructor and Series Gunnery Sergeant. Promoted meritoriously to Gunnery Sergeant in Apr 1988, he then was assigned duties as an Instructor at Drill Instructor School. He attended the SNCO Advanced Course while at MCRD. He reported to H&S Battery, 1st Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Marine Division in Dec 1990, and participated in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He was reassigned to Battery A, 1/11 for duties as the Battery Gunnery Sergeant. He then reported to Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps for duty as an Enlisted Career Counselor in Jan 1993, and he was promoted to First Sergeant in Jan Then he reported to 2d Marine Division for duties with Headquarters and Service Company, 2d Battalion, 6th Marines, 2d Marine Division. While there, he participated in Operation Sea Signal, Operation Deny Flight and NATO IFOR Operation Joint/Decisive Endeavor in the former Yugoslavia. Selected for Sergeant Major in 1997, he was assigned to Marine Wing Support Squadron 172 and later to Marine Wing Support Group 17 in Okinawa, Japan in Jun 2000 assumed duties as the Director, SNCO Academy, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. In September 2003, SgtMaj Himsworth assumed the duties as the Division Sergeant Major, 2d Marine Division. His personal awards include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (gold star in lieu of 2d award), the Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal (two gold stars in lieu of 3d award), Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal (7th Award) National Defense Service Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal (3 Bronze Stars), Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (1 silver star, 1 bronze star), and Drill Instructor Ribbon (1 bronze star). MCPOCG Rick Trent, USCG (Ret.) Sea Services Program Manager USAA Master Chief Aviation Electronics Technician Rick Trent served as the seventh Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard from. Previous command cadre assignments included Command Master Chief for the Aviation Training Center in Mobile, Ala. and the Coast Guard Pacific Area in Alameda, Calif. A Coast Guard veteran of more than 35 years, Master Chief Trent s assignments included Air Stations in Massachusetts, Bermuda, Alabama, Hawaii, and Florida. He held search and rescue aircrewman designations on HU-16, HC-130, HH3F, and HH-52 aircraft. In flight, he normally fulfilled the duties of radioman, navigator, or hoist operator. Other experience has included Electronics Technician, Collateral Duty Command Master Chief, Collateral Duty Career Information Specialist and Avionics Leading Chief Petty Officer. He has also served on two Total Quality Management Executive Steering Committees. Master Chief Trent attended more than 20 specialized training courses and is a graduate of the Coast Guard Senior Leadership and Management School, the Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Academy and the DEOMI Equal Opportunity Program Managers Course. 16

19 Convention Speakers (Continued) While attending the Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Academy, Master Chief Trent was selected by his peers to receive the Spirit of the Chief Award. Other recognition included the LT Robert A. Perchard Memorial Trophy, the Mobile Chapter Chief Petty Officer Association Chief of the Year award; and he was the Coast Guard Enlisted Ancient Albatross from December 1, 1995 to June 30, Master Chief Trent s military awards include the Coast Guard Distinguished Service Medal, two Coast Guard Meritorious Service Medals, the Coast Guard Achievement Medal, the Secretary s Outstanding Unit Award, two Coast Guard Unit Commendations with O device, seven Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Commendations with O device, the Bicentennial Unit Commendation, ten Coast Guard Good Conduct Medals, two National Defense Service Medals, three Humanitarian Service Medals, the Special Operations Service ribbon, and the Coast Guard Rifle and Pistol Marksmanship ribbons. Rick joined the USAA Military Affairs Team in August 1998 following his retirement from the U.S. Coast Guard and serves as the Sea Services Program Manager. Marty Kesner Military Department Manager GEICO Marty Kesner is a native of Fort Ashby, West Virginia. He entered the Navy in 1976 and served 24 years, retiring as a NCCS (Surface/Air Warfare). His tours of duty have included the USS SAN JOSE (AFS-7) in Alameda, CA, USS LAWRENCE (DDG-4), USS AMERICA (CV-66), along with shore tours as a Navy recruiter in Pittsburgh, PA and Washington DC. He also served as Command Senior Chief and Career Counselor at VX-1, Patuxent River, MD and Group Career Counselor for Amphibious Group TWO, Little Creek, VA. Prior to coming to GEICO, Marty assisted military personnel in transition start their second career placing them with Fortune 500 companies. He began with GEICO in March 2002 supporting enlisted programs and recognizing military personnel all over the world. Marty holds a Bachelor s Degree in Science from Regent s College and is currently pursuing his MBA from the University of Phoenix. Kevin B. Secor Special Assistant to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs Kevin B. Secor was appointed Special Assistant to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs on November 28, He serves as the Secretary s National Veterans Service Organization (VSO) Liaison, responsible for keeping VSO s informed of the department s goals and priorities while communicating to the Secretary their concerns and suggestions. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Secor was a Master Gunnery Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps and served as Senior Marine Aide / Military Assistant to the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Senior Enlisted Marine to the Joint Staff since October Mr. Secor joined the Marine Corps while in high school under the delayed entry program and entered recruit training at Parris Island, S.C., on September 1, Following initial training, he reported to Norfolk, Va., and was assigned to Headquarters and Service Company, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, as an administrative clerk. In August 1978, he reported to Marine Security Guard Battalion at Henderson Hall, Va., for training and assignment with the State Department as a Marine Security Guard. He went on to serve at American Embassies in Lagos, Nigeria, and Bonn, Germany. In February 1981, Mr. Secor reenlisted and returned to Norfolk, Va. He attended Recruiters School at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif., in January 1982, and served as a Marine Recruiter in Claremont, N.H. In October 1984, he transferred to Camp Lejeune, N.C., where he served as the Administrative Chief for the Commanding General, 2d Force Service Support Group. He was transferred to Okinawa, Japan, in March 1987 to serve with the 3d Marine Division. From May 1988 to November 1992, Mr. Secor served on the Inspector-Instructor Staff of Company B, 8th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Corps Reserve Training Center in Syracuse, N.Y. In 1992, he was transferred to Marine Corps Air Station in New River, N.C., where he served in several units including Headquarters, Marine Aircraft Group-29. In June 1994, Mr. Secor was selected as the Military Secretary to the Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Atlantic 80th Annual FRA and 75th Annual LA FRA National Conferences Corpus Christi, Texas 17

20 80th Annual FRA & 75th Annual LA FRA NATIONAL CONVENTIONS CORPUS T E X A S CHRISTI 31 Oct.-3 Nov., 2007 Convention Speakers (Continued) / Europe / South. In November 2000, he was transferred to Headquarters, U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Fla., where he served as Military Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief and as the Senior Enlisted Marine until his transfer in September 2001 to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. Mr. Secor s military decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal and the Navy Commendation Medal with Two Gold Stars. He is a member of the American Legion and Marine Corps League. MAJ Karen Fauber Dietician, DeCA Major Karen Fauber, USAR is an active duty dietitian stationed at the Defense Commissary Agency, Fort Lee, Va. Her civilian occupation is Chief Nutritionist, Southside Virginia Training Center. She has over three years enlisted service and thirteen years commissioned service. Her service history includes Ft Sam Houston, Brooke Army Medical Center, Ft Lee and Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Fauber holds a BS in Nutrition / Dietetics from Georgia Southern University, an MA in Education and Human Development from George Washington University and is pursuing her Doctorate in Health Education, from AT Still University in Mo. Her personal awards include two Army Commendation Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, three Army Achievement Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, an Army Good Conduct Medal, a National Defense Service medal and an Army Service Ribbon. Allan Berrier Dental Benefits Advisor, United Concordia Allan Berrier is a Dental Benefits Advisor with United Concordia Companies, Inc., the contractor for the TRICARE Dental Program. He has been employed by UCCI/TDP since August Allan is based in San Antonio, Texas and his area of responsibility includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, Texas, and the Virgin Islands. Allan received an MBA in Health Administration from Temple University and is a retired Colonel, US Army Reserves. Julie Ice Director, Legislative & Public Affairs Humana Military Healthcare Services (HMHS) Julie Ice serves as Director of Legislative and Public Affairs for Humana Military Healthcare Services, the managed care support contractor responsible for the TRICARE South Region and for TRICARE Puerto Rico. In this capacity, she develops strategic direction and provides leadership for government affairs and corporate communications programs. She serves as the key liaison to national military coalitions and 130 United States congressional offices regarding constituent issues, policy interpretations and HMHS operations. Ice is responsible for tracking all federal legislative initiatives relative to military healthcare and contributes to the preparation of congressional testimonies. She also serves as the public affairs spokesperson for HMHS. In this capacity she is the corporate spokesperson and is responsible for all media relations to increase the positive public affairs image for HMHS. Internal associate communications also falls within her area of responsibility. Prior to joining Humana Military, Ice served as Public Relations Manager for Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services. She managed all public relations, community relations, media relations and marketing for Frazier Rehab Institute, Southern Indiana Rehab Hospital, Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine, Neuroscience, Occupational Health, and the Jewish Hospital Foundation. Ice graduated from Western Kentucky University in 1993 with a Bachelors of Arts Degree. She was recently selected as one of Business First s Forty Under 40 top business leaders for 2005, and has won over 75 communications awards from various organizations including The Communicator Awards and Public Relations Society of America s (PRSA) Landmarks of Excellence Awards. Julie serves on the Board of Directors for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, is a member of PRSA and International Association of Business Communicators, a volunteer for Kentucky Derby Festival and many other non-profit organizations. 18

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