The first ballistic missile submarine, USS George Washington (SSBN
598), was commissioned Dec.
The strategy is to have a phased approach starting with integration of four female chief petty officers in the fourth quarter of calendar year 2015 and building to full integration of SSGN and SSBN
crews by 2020.
At one point he even took three month orders to USS Tennessee (SSBN
734), so he could finish his qualifications while his boat was in drydock.
He reports to the USS Georgia SSBN
729 as the safety officer.
Special Operations Command, MacDill AFB, Florida; Naval Inventory Control Point, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; Commander, Submarine Squadron SIXTEEN, Kings Bay, Georgia; USS Valley Forge (CG SO); Navy Supply Corps School, Athens, Georgia; and USS Maryland (SSBN
Spear (AS 36); Navy Ships Parts Control Center, Washington, D.C.; and USS Daniel Webster (SSBN
This safety device was issued to both Atlantic and Pacific fleets via A&I N1970 and is applicable to all submarines except SSBN
His previous duty stations include DLA Aviation Cherry Point, North Carolina; Naval Inventory Control Point, Washington, D.C.; Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; USS Kentucky (SSBN
737) BLUE; Commander, Naval Air Force, U.
730) USS Alabama (SSBN
731) USS Alaska (SSBN
732) USS Nevada (SSBN
733) USS Tennessee (SSBN
734) USS Pennsylvania (SSBN
735) USS West Virginia (SSBN
736) USS Kentucky (SSBN
737) USS Maryland (SSBN
738) USS Nebraska (SSBN
739) USS Rhode Island (SSBN
740) USS Maine (SSBN
741) USS Wyoming (SSBN
742) USS Louisiana (SSBN
Naval Forces Europe, London; Program Executive Officer, Tactical Air, Patuxent River, Maryland; USS Simon Lake (AS 33); Commander, 3rd Fleet, San Diego, California; USS Michigan (SSBN
727); Naval Communication Station, Exmouth Western Australia; and USS Shasta (AE 33).