USS Helena Sub Back in Norfolk. US Navy’s Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Helena (SSN 725) returned to its homeport at Naval Station Norfolk from a deployment May 15. Under the command of Cmdr. Jeffrey E. Lamphear, the submarine returned from the U.S. European Command and U.S. Central Command areas of responsibility, where the crew executed the chief of naval operation’s maritime strategy in conducting maritime security operations supporting national security interests. During the…
San Diego (May 16, 2003) - Adm. Vern Clark, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), speaks to the crew of USS Salt Lake City (SSN 716). Salt Lake City is a Los Angeles-class nuclear powered attack submarine currently in dry dock at Naval Base Point Loma, Calif. The CNO is in San Diego visiting with Sailors and to meet with the senior enlisted and officer leadership community. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographers Mate Johnny Bivera. (RELEASED)
Fleet Admiral William Daniel Leahy (May 6, 1875 – July 20, 1959) was an American naval officer. As Chief of Naval Operations (1937–39) he oversaw the preparations for war. Leahy was recalled to active duty as the personal Chief of Staff to Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1942 and served in that position during World War II.
Admiral Lynde Dupuy McCormick (August 12, 1895 – August 16, 1956) was a four-star admiral in the United States Navy who served as vice chief of naval operations from 1950 to 1951 and as commander in chief of the United States Atlantic Fleet from 1951 to 1954, and was the first supreme allied commander of all NATO forces in the Atlantic.
U.S. Navy names Michelle Howard the first 4-star female Admiral - The glass ceiling broken again - after 236years Michelle Howard has been named, the first woman in the U.S. navy"s history, a four star admiral. Along with this honor she's also been promoted to Navy's second highest position: the Vice Admiral of Naval Operations. - June 30, 2014
Allied leaders - Royal Eason Ingersoll (1883–1976) was a United States Navy four-star admiral who served as Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet from January 1, 1942 to late1944; Commander, Western Sea Frontier from late 1944 to 1946; and Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet/Deputy Chief of Naval Operations from late 1944 to late 1945.
Navy CPO. Christian M. Pike, 31, of Peoria, Arizona. Died March 13, 2013, serving during Operation Enduring Freedom. Assigned to a West Coast-based Naval Special Warfare unit. Died in Landstuhl, Germany, as a result of combat-related injuries sustained on March 10 while conducting stability operations in Maiwand District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. CPO Pike was a Navy SEAL and Chief Crytologic Technician. #military #operators #navyseals #frogmen
Navy Chief Special Warfare Operator (Select) Richard Freiwald Died September 12, 2008 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom 30, of Armada, Mich.; assigned to Naval Special Warfare Development Group, Dam Neck, Va.; died Sept. 12 from injuries sustained Sept. 11 while conducting combat operations in Bagram, Afghanistan. Also killed was Navy Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator John Wayne Marcum.
Navy Chief Hospital Corpsman (SEAL) Matthew J. Bourgeois Died March 27, 2002 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom 35, of Tallahassee, Fla.; assigned to Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, Va.; killed by a land mine during small-unit training on March 27, 2002, in Afghanistan.