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CMC 5 iffl FnEil Master Chief Hospital Corpsman (SW) Michael P. Mueller United States Navy :i Master Chief Mueller was bom in St. Paul, Minn, moving to Billings, Montana in 1%3. He entered the Navy on 14 February 1968. Upon completion of Recruit Training and HM class " A " school at Great Lakes, 111, Master Chief attended Pharmacy Technician class " C " school at Portsmouth, Va. Upon completion of " C " school, he was assigned to Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C. After this tour, he was assigned to Field Branch, Bu- reau of Medicine and Surgery, which changed names halfway through the tour to Naval Medical Material Support Command. From there. Master Chief Mueller reported to Field Medical Service School Command at Camp Pendleton, Ca. with a follow on tour at First Hospi- tal Company, Third Medical Battalion, Third Marine Division (Rein) in Okinawa. Upon completion of this tour, he reported to Naval School of Health Sciences, San Diego, Ca. as the Senior Instructor in Pharmacy Technical School. He also taught in Basic HM " A " and all 13 HM " C " schools along with Physician Assistants School. Upon completion of instructor duty he became a student in Independent Duty HM " C " School. After completing Independent Duty Training, he reported aboard the USS ANCHORAGE (LSD-36). Upon completion of this sea tour, he returned to Naval School of Health Sciences for another tour of instructor duty, this time as the Senior Instructor of Advanced Hospital Corpsman School (for- merly Independent Duty School). Back to sea from this tour of instructor duty has been assignments at Amphibious Squadron One (COMPHIBRON ONE Staff-here he rode a total of 60 ships in 44 months), USS O ' BRIEN (00-975), and USS FORT MCHENRY (LSD-43). During his Naval Career, Master Chief Mueller has earned the Navy Commendation Medal (3 awards). Navy Achievement Medal (2 awards), joint Meritorious Unit Award, Navy Battle " E " Ribbon, Navy Good Conduct Medal (6 awards). National Defense Service Medal (2 awards). Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (2 awards). Southwest Asia Service Medal (2 awards). Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (12 awards). Master Chief Mueller and his wife Elaine have been married for 2b years and have three children, Richard 25, Sandra Pendleton 24, Jennifer 20. The Mueller ' s reside in Santee, Ca. 10
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EXECUTIVE OFFICER Douglas W. Johnston, Jr. Lieutenant Commander United States Navy Lieutenant Commander Douglas Wayne lohnston, )r. enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1975. He attended Fire Control Technician class " A " school and after a short tour in USS RALEIGH (LPD-1), attended the Navy Academy Preparatory School. He was subsequently appointed to the United States Naval Academv and upon graduation in May 1981, was commissioned an Ensign, United States Navy- Lieutenant Commander lohnston started his career as a Surface Warfare Officer as plank-owner Ordnance Officer in USS REID (FFG-30) and later fleeted up to Combat Information Center Officer. He served Department Head tours as Operations Officer in USS HEPBURN (FF-1055) with a fol- low-on assignment as First Lieutenant in USS VANCOUVER (LPD-2). In December 1987, Lieutenant Commander Johnston earned a Master of Science degree in Meteorology and Oceanography from Naval Postgradu- ate school. Prior to reporting for duty as Executive Officer in USS FORT MCHENRY in June 1994, Lieutenant Commander Johnston served as Ship Operations Officer, Fixed Underseas Surveillance Program Office, Spaces and Naval Warfare Systems Command. Lieutenant Commander Johnston ' s military awards include the Navy Commendation Medal (four awards), the Navy Achievement Medal, and a number of campaign and unit awards. Lieutenant Commander lohnston is married to Heidi R. Johnston (nee: Fairhurst) formerly of Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Heidi has a distinguished career as a Youth Minister in various churches and is currently a divinity student. ■ ' i 5 mk.— u ' li ' bs
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CHANGE OF COMMAND On June 9, 1993, command of USS FORT MCHENRY changed hands as CDR Charles F. Webber relieved CDR Thomas J. Anderson. The guest speaker was CAPT Charles M. Kraft Jr., Commander, Amphibious Squadron Seven. The Invocation and Benediction was given by LT Robert T. Williams. ), l r 11
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