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He enlisted in the Marine Corps in December 1927, and was appointed a Marine Second Lieutenant in February 1931. He attended the University of Georgia and Yale University prior to his entry into the Marine Corps. Following over a year at the Marine Corps Basic School in f Philadelphia and at the Marine Barracks as a student aviator, Lieutenant Elrod was ordered to the Naval Station at Pensacola. There he served 1 as a Company Officer at the Naval Station, and as a student aviator. In February 1935, he earned his Marine Aviator wings, and was transferred to Marine Corps Base Quantico in Quantico, VA, where he served with a Marine aircraft unit until January 193 8. In July 1938, Lieutenant Elrod transferred to San Diego for duty at the Naval Air Station as Squadron Material, Parachute, and Personnel Officer, until January 1941, when he was detached to the Hawaiian . FH Operational Area. He arrived at Wake Island a short time before hostilities commenced and was one of the twelve pilots who flew the Marine planes onto the island. He was killed in action defending Wake Island against the invading Japanese on 23 December 1941. During the defense of Wake Island, Major Elrod repeatedly displayed conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life, above and beyond the call of duty. On 12 December, he single-handedly attacked a flight of 22 enemy planes and shot down two. On several flights he executed low altitude bombing and straiing runs on enemy ships, and became the f1rst man to sink a major warship with small caliber bombs delivered from a fighter- type aircraft. When his plane was destroyed by hostile fire, he organized a unit of ground troops into a beach defense and repelled repeated Japanese attacks until he fell mortally wounded. On 8 November 1946, his widow was presented with the Medal of Honor, posthumously awarded to her husband for his heroic actions during the last bitter days of the defense of Wake Island. Maj or Elrod was initially buried on Wake Island, but was reinterred in Arlington National Cemetery, Ft. Myer, Virginia, in October 1947. 4 S ELROD was built at the Bath lron Works in Maine, and was commissioned 6 July, 1985. The ship was originally home- ported in Charleston, South Carolina and shifted to Norfolk, Virginia in March, 1995. USS ELROD has completed five deployments to the Arabian Gulf, three to the Mediterranean Sea, and one to the Adriatic Sea, and has participated in numerous operations in the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and the Caribbean Sea. During the Arabian Gulf and Adriatic Sea deployments, USS ELROD has protected Americals vital interests in these regions and contributed to our naval presence during periods of hostility as well as calm. ELROD's third Arabian Gulf deployment followed Operation Desert Storm and supported aggressive air and surface surveillance operations. ELROD conducted naval exercises with units of Gulf Cooperation Council nations to strengthen and ftuther develop the bonds that were forged during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. The ship participated in Teamwork '92, N ATO,s Arctic Ocean anti-submarine exercise, and Operation Sharp Guard, in support of multi-national enforcement of United Nations sanctions and embargoing war materials to the Balkans. ELROD demonstrated America's commitment to her NATO allies by providing a presence among the Standing Naval Force Mediterranean CSNFMN and Standing Naval Force Atlantic CSNFLN during Operation Enduring Freedom. Recently, ELROD completed another deployment in 2004 with our NATO allies in support of Operation Endeavor, and helped protect the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece by participating in Operation Distinguished Games. ELROD crew members have served with pride and distinction as ambassadors of America and spokesmen for our Navy, hosting official and unofficial visits for foreign military, business and civilian dignitaries throughout the world, including Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, Bulgaria, Turkey, Israel, Greece, Italy, France and Croatia. USS ELROD has sailed the maj or oceans of the world, transited the Panama and Suez canals, and crossed both the equator and the Arctic Circle. In addition to a reputation for operational readiness and fighting skills, ELROD has eamed a reputation for community support and participation in charitable projects. The ship has been recognized for the crewis contributions by designation as a Presidential "Point of Light? ELROD has also eamed numerous awards during her commissioned service, including the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Cormnendation, Armed Force Expeditionary Medal, four Battle Efficiency Excellence Awards, Secretaiy of the Navy Energy Conservation Award, Armed Forces Recreation Society Award and various departmental and mission-specific awards for excellence. Uss ELRoD CFFG-555 f K K N N N N N N N N I ,P ,P N r N Uss ,FFG-55jr Uss EDROD 4gFFG-553+ Uss .EDROD .RFFG-553, Uss Ef..RoD KFFG-55N Uss E1.RoD QPFG-553+ Uss ELR.oD WPG-553, Uss EDRCD UIFG-553, rss ELROD QFFG-553+ Uss Ei 0 VFFG-553 Uss Eg1.RoD .QFFG-553+ Uss ELROD 4512126-55 31 Uss EEROD i1FPGn55, Uss EL ,D CFFG-55,v Uss .EQQ D QFFG-553+ Uss ELROD QQPFG-55, Uss EL D CFFG-55N Uss EL D QFFG-553, Uss Ei.RoD mio-55N Uss ELRODCFFG-5511 Uss E1L.RoD QFFG-55jr Uss ELROD QPFG-553+ Uss Ei? D ii.FFG'553i Uss EIQ.R.OD igaao-55, Uss ELROD QQFFG-55,n Uss D CFFG-551+ Uss ELROD .QPPG-553+ Uss ED D qrrlo-55, Uss Epi, QD QFFG-55, Uss E1.RoD ijrisoa-55, Diss EL D QFFG-553, Uss EL. D QFPG-55, Uss EigRoD qrlrao-55,i Uss E1 D CFFG-555 Uss ELROD +1FFo-553, Uss ELRODQQFFG-551: Uss EL. D QPFG-553, Uss 1-3g.g.RoD 4gFFo-553+ USS ELRO D CFFG-555 5 i Q!! , 1 , Y WY. . ..li....n .Vw Y, ,1- l1'T:1'E- .1 . lr,-J :,,!f!1jg.,'.13 is Ag,- V.!.. l0U,.,.l. . ovem er A H - eptem er if U riginally enlisting in the US Navy in 1978, Commander Stephen H. Kelley was assigned to USS GOLDSBOROUGH CDDG 205 as an Operations Specialist before attending the BOOST Program in 1979. He is a 1984 N ROTC graduate of Marquette University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. His at-sea commissioned assignments inc Division Officer in USS LONG BEACH C Control Officer in USS BUNKER System Officer in USS SCOTT CD Surface Operations Officer for Destroyer Group Eight, Surface Commander, U.S. Forces, South USCOMSOLANT, and Executi deployments, he conducted Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea, Ashore, he earned Masters o Postgraduate School in 1990, and N the Aimed Forces in 2002. His most the Surface Warfare Directorate CN-765 and from May 1999 to August 2001. C six i Ocean, :h from Naval Industrial College of avy Staff COPNAVJ in Defense Review Office His personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal Ctwo gold starsj, the Navy Commendation Medal Cfour gold starsj and the Navy Achievement Medal Ctwo gold starsj. He is married to the former Michelle Brower from Kenosha, WI and they have three children Maren, Stephen and Michael. 6 Commander David Schweizer USS ELRODCommanding Officer C15 September 2004 - Present! C ommander Schweizer was born in Nuremberg, Germany in March 1962. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy and was commissioned an Ensign in May 1985. At sea, Commander Schweizer has served in a variety of platforms. He arrived to USS STERETT CCG 315, homeported in Subic Bay, Philippines in 1986. During this tour he in various combat systems and engineering and made several Western Pacific Jloyments. Commander Schweizer's we e in USS HARRY W HILL CDD 9.865 and U 6 CCG 225 from 1991-1994, both as Combat Systems Departmefit Head. In 1994, Commander Si te-.izer stood up PR Jx, 1'f I T WHIRLWIND and ultimately commissioned USS ' Y IND CPC 115 in Jul 1995 was ,.,,C. Commanding Officer. He took WHIRLWIN D through er first inter-deploym nt trai ng cycle and maiden six-month deployment to the SOUTHC M AORi!pri'3rs, o deta ing if March 1997. . . W is. In September 1999, Coitqrriggariir Schweizer repo ,vtr as Executive Officer of USS ROSS CDDG 715, participated in BAE:iQRPS,Mand the ed in October 2000. His follow-on tour was as Chief Staff Officer for Destfwer Squa iEIGHTEEN where he experienced the final phase of the Inter-deployment Training Cycle, Group Sails, COMPTUEX, JTFEX and the first four months of a Mediterranean deployment. He detached in August 2001. Ashore, Commander Schweizer attended Naval Postgraduate School from 1989-1991, earning an MS in Computer Systems. From June 1996 to June 1999, he served as Department Head instructor and Coastal Patrol Ship instructor for Prospective Commanding Officers at the Surface Warfare Officers School command. Commander Schweizer's most recent tour was on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations serving in the Requirements and J ROC Division CN8105 from September 2001 until December 2003. Commander Schweizer assumed command of USS ELROD CFFG 555 on 1 September 2004 while underway in the Mediterranean Sea. He is married, has a son, and resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia. 7 ....l I 3 3 Lt. Commander UHUS THYIOI' USS ELROD Executive Officef CNovember 2003-Present5 ' C' -if I ieutenant Commander Julius M. Taylor is a 1991 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy Where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. His assignments include: Chemistry!Radiological Controls Assistant and Electrical Officer in USS SOUTH CAROLINA CCGN 3753 Chemistry!Radiological Controls Assistant in USS HARRY S. TRUMAN CCVN 7553 Weapons Control Officer and Combat System Officer in USS MITSCHER CDDG 5753 and Reactor Electrical Assistant in USS HARRY S. TRUMAN CCVN 755. His personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal and the Navy Commendation Medal Cthree gold stars5. 8 , . 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He was honored as 6'Nuclear Recruiter of the Yeari' and '6Small Station of the Yearf' His next tour was as Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Engineering Officer aboard USS BUNKER HILL CCG-525, home ported in Yokosuka, Japan, three straight Battle MENS were won during his tour. ln 1995 he transferred to Afloat Training Group Western Pacific where he led the Gas Turbine Training Team.Master Chief Newhart reported to Pre-commissioning unit Oscar Austin CDDG-795 in 1999 where he served as '6Top Snipei' and Command Master Chief. In March of 2002 he attended the Senior Enlisted Academy and reported to USS ELROD CFFG-555 in June of 2002 as Command Master Chief. His personal awards include three Navy Commendation Medals and 5 Navy Achievement Medals. 9 Y v , X y 2 V N 1 Y Y Z i. 3 : . I i a A 1 1 levi ,1 MJD f , , Q' , V Qleww J, in 5 . 5'4"A+f'q: -aw. A v "' ' 4,fQ"Hdm K1 fx mtJ'mPf':Vrf-'vga MY Q. JW' , - " ,, Sgif Q -' 4 E v 94, P: Q4 W ag, Yr., X 4, 1- . 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