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vjjgj . EME STEPHEN R. HILL MASTER CHIEF FIRE CONTROLMAN UNITED STATES NAVY Master Chief Hill was born in Butte, Montana on August 11, 1944. He graduated from Missoula County High School in 1962 and immediately enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Upon completion of Recruit Training at Recruit Training Center, San Diego, California, he was ordered to class FT " A " school at Brainsridge, Maryland Naval Training Center. After completion of FT " A " school, Master Chief Hill was assigned to his first sea command aboard USS OKINAWA (LPH-3). Since then he has served aboard USS SAN MARCOS (LSD-25), USS RAINIER (AE-5), USS HULL (DD-945), USS TURNER JOY (DD-951), USS FANNING (FF-1076), USS LUNDE MCCORMICK (DDG-8), and USS FORT MCHENRY (LSD-43). His shore duties include instructor at Service School Command, Great Lakes, Academics and Program branch head BOOST program San Diego. With 29 years of service and being assigned duties on both coasts, Master Chief Hill has seen 22 different counties and many different cultures from above the arctic circle to below the equator. During his naval career, Master Chief Hill has earned the Navy Achievement Medal (3 awards), Combat Action Ribbon, Meritorious Unit Commendation (2 awards), Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Good Conduct Medal (6 awards), National Defence Service Medal (2 awards), Vietnam Service Medal (7 awards), Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (3 awards), Republic of Vietnam Service Medal and an Associate of Science degree. He is married to the former Barbara Petersen of Deerfield, Illinois. They have four children, Scott 20, Kari 17, Mark and Tom (twins 15). The Hill ' s currently reside in San Diego, California. 12
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SAM J. TANGREDI LIEUTENANT COMMANDER UNITED STATES NAVY A native of Redding, Connecticut, Lieutenant Commander Tangredi graduated from the Naval Academy in 1978. His first tour was as Main Propulsion assistant on USS PAUL (FF-1080). Selected as a Carrier Readiness Improvement Officer, he was Boilers P-3 Division Officer on USS Ranger (CV-61). In 1983-84, he served as a Defense Resources Manager in the Program Budget Analysis Division of the Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, where he assisted in developing the organizational concepts of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) program. He served his Department Head as Operations Officer of USS BERKELEY (DDG-15). Lieutenant Commander Tandgredi earned a MA. degree in National Security Affiars (With Distinction) from the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA in 1985 and a Doctorate in International R elations from the University of Southern California in 1989. Prior to assuming duties as Executive Officer, he was a one-year National Security Federal Executive Fellow at the Hoover institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University. He is the author of over forty articles, reviews or other publications on defense strategy and national security issues.
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CHANGE OF COMMAND Command of the FORT MCHENRY changed hands 12 September, 1991 as CDR Thomas J. Anderson Revieved CDR James A. Hayes. The guest speaker was Captain Charles M. Kraft Jr., Commander, Am- phibous Squadron Seven. The Invocation and Bene- diction was given by Lieutenant Neil G. Jones, Chap- lain United States Naval Reserves. ■ v I s ' 1 —
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