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Chief Petty Officers

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Chief Navy Counselor Jose Fiallos and Chief Master-at-Arms Fleurant Paolo conduct morning colors as part of a Year of the Chief event at Naval Support Activity Naples.

Chief Information Systems Technician Joseph Valencia, assigned to Navy Marine Corps Intranet Detachment San Diego, sheds tears as his mentor places the cover of a chief petty officer on his head for the first time. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class James Evans

She was born in Philadelphia on April 22, 1896. She was awarded as the first woman in U.S. Navy. She has many services for U.S. Navy. She became the first female Chief Yeoman at the age of eighteen

USS Chief (MCM-14) is an Avenger-class mine countermeasures ship in the United States Navy. She was named for Chief Petty Officers.

USS Walke (Destroyer # 34) Chief Electrician and another Chief Petty Officer standing by one of the ship's life rafts, amidships, circa 1914.

USS S-3 Chief Petty Officers circa 1920

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One of the SKINNER's Chief Petty Officers tours ruins, probably in France or Spain, circa 1918-1919. The original image is printed on post card ("K Ltd") stock. Its reverse bears the hand-written comment: "Chief Electrician on the Skinner".

Civilian Ships--Jeannette Skinner (American Freighter, 1917)

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One of USS JEANETTE SKINNER's Chief Petty Officers tours an old port city, probably in France or Spain, circa 1918-1919.

US Navy Chief Petty Officer uniforms in WWII; working hard!

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US Navy Chief Petty Officer uniforms in WWII; khakis were for dress!

Armorama :: US Navy Chief Petty Officer uniforms in WWII

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Goin' Home: Photo by Ed Clark, 1945 Navy Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson had played the accordion often for Franklin D. Roosevelt during the polio-stricken president's frequent visits to the spa at Warm Springs, Ga. He was scheduled to play for him again on April 12, 1945, the day Roosevelt died at the LIttle White House in Warm Springs. Instead, the officer found himself leading the funeral procession the next day, tears streaming down his face while he played such mournful dirges as "Goin' Home" and "Nearer My God to Thee."

Norman Rockwell, Portrait of Chief Petty Officer LeRoy Evans

Chief Petty Officers study books on "Personnel Management", in the battleship's "Chief's Quarters", circa 1923-25.

USS Wichita (CA-45) Ship’s Chief Petty Officers listen to the radio broadcast of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s address to the Congress requesting a declaration of War against the Axis powers, circa 8 December 1941. Note phograph of President Roosevelt on the bulkhead.

Chief Petty Officer Ken Smith jointing a cable on the deck of HMS St Margarets, 1947

U.S.S. Nahant, a chief petty officer, Hart, Edward H., photographer