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LCDR BQ. Iverson
LCDR Iverson graduated from the U.S. Naval Acad-
emy with a Bachelor of Science degree in Naval Opera-
tions Analysis and was commissioned an Ensign in the Navy
on Qjuly 1976.
After receiving his commission, LCDR Iverson served
at sea aboard USS SAN JOSE CAFS 71 as Damage Control
Assistant and Navigator.
His other sea duty billets have included: Operations
Officer ofthe frigate USS HEPBURN IFF 10555, Combat
Information Officer and Assistant Operations Ofhcer of
the guided missile cruiser USS LEAHY LCG 165.
LCDR Iverson has also served as Staff Operations and
Plans Officer for First Canadian Destroyer Squadron in
Halifax, Nova Scotia, as a member of the Personnel Ex-
change Programg and as Staff Operations and Plans Offi-
cer for Combat Logistic Squadron 2 Headquarters with
significant underway experience with the 2nd Fleet Staff
as Fleet and Battle Force Logistics Coordinator Planning
LCDR Iverson wears the Navy Commendation Medal,
Navy Achievement Medal, Battle Efficiency Ribbon
ftwo awardsj, Navy Expeditionary Medal, Sea Service Rib-
bon fthree awardsl, National Defense Medal, and Foreign
Service Ribbon Qtwo awardsi.
LCDR Iverson assumed duties as Executive Officer
aboard USS SAMUEL GOMPERS in May 1990. He is
married to the former Michelle Dunne of Chicago, Ill.
They have two daughters and one son.
Executive Officer 9
Page 12 text:
LCDR P.H. Case
LCDR Paul H. Case was born in Bristol, Conn., on 26
August 1952. He graduated fromjohn Bapst Preparatory
High School, Bangor, Maine, in 1971.
He then attended the College of the Holy Cross on
an NROTC scholarship, and graduated in May 1975 with
a Bachelor of Arts degree and was commissioned an En-
LCDR Case's first assignment was the ammunition
ship USS BUTTE QAE 271 where he served as the Elec-
tronics Material OfHcer and Assistant First Lieutenant.
Subsequent sea tours have included duty as the Elec-
tronics Officer aboard the destroyer USS MANLEY QDD
9401, Weapons Officer aboard the frigate USS AYLWIN
QFF 10811, and First Lieutenant aboard the amphibious as-
sault ship USS NASSAU QLHA 41.
LCDR Case had his first shore duty in 1980 when he
was assigned an an instructor at the Naval Officer Candi-
date School in Newport, R.l., where he taught seamanship
and naval warfare.
He is a graduate of the Surface Warfare Officer
School Command Department Head Course, and the
Armed Forces Staff College.
He served as USS SAMUEL GOMPERS' Executive
Officer from May 1988 to May 1990. He was then assigned
to duty with thesloint Chiefs ofStaff, in Washington, D.C.
LCDR Case is married to the former Alice L. VanPet-
ten of Virginia Beach. Ya. They have one daughter, Sarah
Elizabeth, who was born in 1985.
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BTCM W.G. Armstrong
U.S. N vy
Master Chief Petty Officer William G. Armstrong, a
Navy boiler technician, was born on 20 February 1948 in
Portland, Ore. He attended David Douglas High School
in Portland, Ore., and enlisted in the U.S. Navy on 25 Feb-
ruary l965 at the beginning of the Vietnam Era.
Following recruit training at the Recruit Training
Center in San Diego, Calif., he was assigned to the destroy-
er USS WITEK CDD 8481, homeported in Newport, R.I.
Subsequest assignments included: Naval Station Phila-
delphia, Pa.g USS HOEL CDDG 131: USS BROOKE CDEG
ljg Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Wash., USS
BRINLLEY BASS QDD 8871: USS ORLECK QDD 88613
DACT FMAGPAC, San Diego, Calif., USS CAMDEN
QAOE 21: USS HECTOR CAR 71, NORU, NTC Annex,
Orlando, Fla.: NRS Sacremento, Calif.: and SSC, NTC
Great Lakes, Ill.
Master Chief Armstong was assigned to USS SAM-
UEL GOMPERS on 8june 1988 and was assigned to the
Repair Department as the Senior Enlisted Advisor.
He relieved AWCMQACQ Michael C. Hobbs as Com-
mand Master Chief on 11 December 1989,
He was reassigned to the Repair Department in March
1990 as the Department Leading Chief Petty, having been
relieved by ASCMQAWD Gregory P. Heimann as Com-
mand Master Chief.
Master Chief Armstrong is scheduled to transfer to
the Fleet Reserve 31 March 1991 having completed 26
years of active naval service.
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