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LT Christopher S. Dignan Operations Officer LT Christopher S. Dignan, USN, a native ot Burlington, MA, earned a B.S. in Marine Engineering trom Massachusetts Maritime Academy, and a commission as an Ensign in June 1993. In addition to his degree, he earned his license as Third Assistant Engineer, Steam and Motor Vessels (Unlimited). LT Dignan reported for training in the Naval Nuclear Power program in Orlando, FL in July 1993, completing prototype training at Bollston Spa, NY in July 1994. LT Dignan ' s initial sea tour v as spent as M-Division Officer in USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65) from January 1995 to September 1997. Here he qualified as Propulsion Plant Watch Officer, Officer of the Deck, Surface Warfare Officer, and Nuclear Engineering Officer. Following this tour and upon completion of Aegis Combat Systems training, LT Dignan reported to USS MONTEREY (CO 61) where he served as Training Officer and Assistant Operations Officer from December 1997 to April 1999. From April 1999 to January 2001, LT Dignan served as a Mathematics Instructor at the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, Rl. He also volunteered his services there as Cross Country Coach for two successful seasons. To further his professional knowledge, he studied two non-resident JPME courses of the Naval War College - Strategy and Policy, and Joint Maritime Operations. Upon completion of Department Head School and Aegis Combat Systems training, LT Dignan reported aboard USS ARLEIGH BURKE (DDG 51) in November 2001 as Operations Officer. His next tour is expected to be on a CVN as a Principle Assistant in May 2003. LT Dignan is single, and resides in Norfolk, VA. His personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (4 awards). Lieutenant Jeffrey A. Gregor Lieutenant Jeffrey A. Gregor is a native of Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Graduating from Carnegie- Mellon University, he received his commission as an Ensign through the Navy Resen e Officer Training Corp program and served as Training Officer at Naval Reserve Readiness Center, Pittsburgh from June 1994 to September 1994. After completing training at Surface Warfare Officer School in Newport, Rhode Island, LT Gregor served his initial sea tour in USS ANTIETAM (CG 54). While onboard, he served as Assistant Engineering Officer, Strike Warfare Officer, Combat Information Center Officer and Assistant Operations Officer from March 1995 to February 1997. During this tour, LT Gregor qualified as Tactical Action Officer and deployed to the Arabian Gulf. Following his tour in USS ANTIETAM, LT Gregor completed training at Navy Nuclear Power School, Orlando, Florida and Nuclear Power Training Unit, Bollston Spa, New York. LT Gregor reported to USS JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74) and served as Reactor Mechanical Division Officer from June 1998 to May 2000. During this tour, LT Gregor qualified as o Nuclear Engineer Officer. LT Gregor holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering (minor in Biomedical Engineering) from Carnegie- Mellon University, as well as. Master of Science degrees in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering and Civil and Environmental Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. LT Gregor has been awarded the Navy Commendation Medal (Gold Star in lieu of second avv ' ord), and the Navy Achievement Medal. LT Gregor is married to the former Leisa Maree French of Gympie, Queensland, Australia.
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CS " f - LT Andrew G. Chicoine Chief Engineer jwj - J LT Andrew G. Chicoine, y ?? USN, a native of Colchester Vermont, enlisted in the Navy in 1983 as a Nuclear Electronics Technician. Following completion of the nuclear training pipeline he reported onboard the USS FLORIDA (SSBN 728) where he qualified as Reactor Operator and Engineering Watch Supervisor. Following selection to the Enlisted Commissioning Program and completion of a B.S. in Physics at The University of Idaho, LT Chicoine was commissioned on the 20 of May 1995. LT Chicoine ' s initial sea tour was spent onboard USS TAYLOR (FFG-50) as First Lieutenant. While onboard TAYLOR, LT Chicoine completed a Mediterranean deployment as part of SNFM, taking part in extensive NATO operations in the Adriatic and Black Seas. LT Chicoine ' s second Division Officer tour was onboard USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) in the Engineering Department as The Aft Propulsion Officer. USS JOHN F. KENNEDY ' S operations included a Mediterranean Arabian Gulf deployment. LT Chicoine ' s next assignment was as a student at The Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey California where he completed his M.S. in Applied Physics. Following Department Head School and the AEGIS training pipeline LT Chicoine reported onboard USS ARLEIGH BURKE (DDG-51) on 18 November 02. LT Chicoine ' s personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal. LT Christopher F. Cigna Combat Systems Officer LT Christopher F. Cigna, USN, a native of Long Island, NY, received a B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from Clarkson University in 1995. Following graduation, he reported to Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, Fl and was commissioned an Ensign on 1 Sep 1995. LT Cigna ' s initial sea tour was spent as part of the Forward Deployed Naval Forces aboard USS MOBILE BAY (CG 53) homeported in Yokosuka, Japan from July 1 997 to September 1 999. He served primarily as Communications Officer and Main Propulsion Assistant through such exercises as COBRA GOLD, TANDEM THRUST, IMDEX 99, FOAL EAGLE, ANNUALEX and others. Following his Division Officer tour and graduation from Department Head School in Newport, Rl, LT Cigna reported aboard USS JOHN YOUNG (DD 973) as Combat Systems Officer in June 2000. Significant operational highlights of this tour included Counter-Narcotics Operations in which JOHN YOUNG seized over nine tons of illegal cocaine as well as a deployment to FIFTH and SEVENTH FLEET areas of responsibility in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. LT Cigna has been Combat Systems Officer aboard USS ARLEIGH BURKE (DDG 51) since May 2002. LT Cigna is married to the former LT Suzanna G. Brugler, a Navy Public Affairs Officer from Defiance, Ohio. His personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2 awards) and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2 awards) .
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