Keith Mahaffey: Recruiting and Placement Specialist / Training and Development Instructor

Keith Mahaffey

Katy, TX  77493

mahaffey1225@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:  Recruiting and Placement Specialist / Training and Development Instructor

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

 

  • 25+ years, U.S. Navy, E9/CMDCM, Honorable Discharge: 01/18
  • 18 years, Senior Project / Program Management(military)
  • 10 years, Executive Level Management(military)
  • Clearance: DoD, Top Secret (last adjudicated: 01/17, expires: 01/23)
  • Passport: United States Citizen (06/10; Expires: 06/20)
  • Work Preference: CONUS; Houston, TX

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO

 

06/16 – present, Command Master Chief HQs (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, Navy Munitions Command Atlantic (NMCLANT), Yorktown, VA

 

  • Manage staff of 34 civilian, militaryand contract personnel overseeing daily global ordnance operations involving 470 military, 460 civilian, and 21 contract employees
  • Manage the ChiefPetty Officer Mess/Association, Moral Welfare and Recreation Program, Command Training Team, Master Training Specialist Program, Command Retention Team, Family Advocacy Program, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program, Command Mentorship Program, Sailor of the Year Program, Career Information Program Management, Command Development Board, Disciplinary Review Board, Command Sponsorship Program, Command orientation/indoctrination program
  • Developed standard operating procedures (SOPs) to ensure detachments and unit’s are at mission readiness; operated and maintained explosive ordnanceout-loading / trans-shipment supporting US Fleet Forces conventional ammunition requirements (handgun bullets to shipboard missiles), ~38,892 tons, valued at ~$3.5B; quality assure NAVOSHA processes in place to prevent accidents and increase safety with “0” number of incidents
  • Advised NMCLANT Commander, unit Commanding Officers (3), and Detachment Officers in Charge (15) with combined mission and reimbursable budgetsof >$45M on matters related to and affecting Navy personnel policy and programs
  • Conducted site surveys and program assessmentsof NMCLANT activities ensuring sailor programs instituted and compliant with Navy policy and regulations
  • Developed standardized management and self-assessment tools for Senior Enlisted Leaders at NMCLANT sites; conducted and processed performance evaluations
  • Mentored43 Chief Petty Officers for 21 detachments in 10 time-zones covering Southwest Asia to Southern California; provide training and development to senior enlisted leaders within performance evaluations; provide career and job performance guidance to Commanding Officers (CO’s) and Officer’s in Charge (OIC’s) of the units and detachments; built a functional and effective NMCLANT Chiefs’ Mess Association
  • Responsible for planningstrategic & succession planning for promotional opportunities and re-designations (cross rating) for enlisted personnel; assign sponsors, as Command Sponsorship Program Coordinator; facilitate transition and orientation of new personnel into command ~ 15 to 25 (monthly)
  • Handle personnel(department-level) issues as human resources liaison to Department Head and Department Leading Chief Petty Officer for Command issues

 

05/13 – 06/16, Command Master Chief / Master Training Specialist (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, Naval Aviation Schools Command, Pensacola, FL

 

  • Managed professional developmentand command retention program; supervised three command career counselors and eight department career counselors, responsible for processing ~52 re-enlistments, ~530 Career Development Boards, 125 Career Waypoints Applications, 620 Enlisted Rating re-designations, and 82 Officer re-designations
  • Directed technical training; supervised 20 officer / enlistedand five civilian instructors, monitored, and instructed classes; oversight of professional development boards, resulting in promotion of 46 Petty Officers, six Chief Petty Officers, two Senior Chief Petty Officers, and three Master Chief Petty Officers; the selection of a Navy Education and Training Command, Direct Report Sailor of the Year Finalist; and selection of two Chief Warrant Officers; conducted diversity / EEO compliance training (quarterly)
  • Provided instruction in leadership and technical topics (Leadership, Time Management) to >140 prospective Commanding Officer’s during Aviation Commanding Officer Training (AVCOT) averaging ~25 classes per quarter
  • Professional developmentof sailors resulted in Naval Aviation School’s Command records: advancement rate 20% above Navy average, reenlistment rate with Reserve affiliation of 90%, 19.9% above Navy average; and lowering attrition rate to 0.3% (3.8% higher than Navy average)
  • Strategize succession planningas Chair of Career Development boards for pay grades E1-E9; conduct Junior Officer Development board’s (re-designated) pay grades O1-O3

 

12/11 – 05/13, Command Master Chief (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, Navy Recruiting District, Richmond, VA

 

  • Assisted Commanding Officer in formulation and implementationof changes in policy pertaining to enlisted personnel; leadership of command sailor’s welfare, health, job satisfaction, morale, utilization, and training of enlisted personnel
  • Recruited ~1,200 potential sailor recruits through the mentoringof 43 Chiefs and 45 Leading Petty Officers which resulted <2% attrition at Recruit Training Command
  • Mentored250 officers and sailors resulted in promotions for one Senior Chief, 10 Chiefs, 19 First Class Petty Officers, and two Second-Class Petty Officers; leadership development resulted in 80% applications increase for CRF, SEA, and Officer Programs
  • Managed programs and divisions, chaired, coordinated, provided oversight and supervisionfor: Command Orientation/Indoctrination Division, Command Sponsorship Program, CPO/PO Indoctrination Courses, Enlisted Warfare Qualifications Program, Professional Development Boards, Command Retention Team, Awards Board, CPO Initiations, Sailor of the Month/Quarter/Year programs, Career Information Program Management, and Humanitarian Reassignment / Hardship Discharge Screening Boards
  • Increased CommandClimate (moral) by implementing and installing Commanding Officers (CO’s) suggestion boxes in district (command) and providing feedback to suggestions; implemented quarterly Command Master Chief (CMC) call, where personnel (Sailor’s and Civilians) could address concerns in town hall setting for feedback

 

10/09 – 12/11, Command Master Chief (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, USS Monterey (CG 61), Norfolk, VA

 

  • Conducted a compressed Unit Level TrainingCycle, and a seven-month Ballistic Missile Defense Deployment, in an extended Dry-Docking (Selective Restricted Availability)
  • Identified key billetsand negotiated with Commander Naval Surface Forces Atlantic Staff detailers, resulting in filling mission critical billets when faced with key personnel losses
  • Supervised Monterey’s Enlisted Surface WarfareSpecialist qualification program resulting in >75 Sailors earning Surface Warfare Specialist qualifications during deployment
  • Coordinated with Navy College Office; implemented Education afloat program, resulting in “0” man hours missed from work, and sailors completing >225 credit hours of instructor-led college level courses with a 95% pass rate

 

11/07 – 10/09, Command Master Chief (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, VFA 147, Lemoore, CA

 

  • Managed 250 sailors, including supervisionof 30 Chief Petty Officers consisting of one Master Chief, five Senior Chiefs, and 24 Chiefs
  • Managed program of ChiefPetty Officer’s Mess resulting in: increased advancement rates, Squadron receiving the FY-08 Commander Naval Air Forces Pacific Retention Excellence Award, and the Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist pennant
  • Supervised EAWS/ESWS Program, CPO/PO Indoctrination, Moral Welfare and RecreationProgram, CPO Mess, Command Development Board, Discipline Review Board, Meritorious Advancement Program, and the Master Training Specialist Program

 

03/06 – 10/07, Information Systems Technician

Leading Chief Petty Officer (ITCM/E9) (LCPO) / Communications Division LCPO

United States Navy, Operations Department, USS TORTUGA (LSD 46), Norfolk, VA

 

  • Pre-planned / executed logisticsof moving >400 sailors from USS Fort McHenry to USS Tortuga; ensured divisions ready for compressed Hull Swap, Seized Assets and Case Tracking System / Cooperation Afloat Readiness & Training (SEACATS/CARAT) deployment (2006)
  • Trained watch team proficiency in operations, communications, systemsset up, and troubleshooting to ~25 learners for a total of four months
  • Performed as technical C4I subject matter expert (SME) during a hull swap; ensured communicationsduring a 4-month deployment under flagship USS Tortuga
  • Improvised construct of a planningcell (communications suite) for Foreign Liaison Officers complete with internet connectivity
  • Trainingand development of 20 Information Systems Technicians resulted in Communications Division scoring 97% on Comprehensive Communications Assessment

 

09/02 – 11/05, Pacific Fleet Leading Chief Petty Officer (LCPO)

(USS Arizona) Ship’s LCPO / Recruit Division Commander

United States Navy, Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL

 

  • Managed 220 Recruit Division Commanders (RDC’s) and 67 recruiting divisions supervising ~5,260 (new sailors; indirectly managed ~700 civilian good-will services (civilian) employeesresponsible for food service and building maintenance
  • Managed orientation/onboarding of 1,050 new recruits
  • Trained five divisions, equipping 440 Sailors with naval knowledge baselines

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2015, Bachelor of Science, Organizational Leadership, Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, AL; GPA: 3.30; Courses: Business Law, Business Ethics, Business Policy and Strategy, Managing Diversity in Organizations, TeamBuilding and Leadership, Negotiation/Conflict Resolution, Social Psychology, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Adult Education/Training, Special Problems/Training/Development, Training Systems Management, Project Management, Strategic Management, Operations Management, Organization Behavior, Executive Communications

 

CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER

 

  • CommandMaster Chief Course – Navy Leadership and Ethics Command – U.S. Navy
  • Senior Enlisted Academy – Navy Leadershipand Ethics Command – U.S. Navy
  • 2013, Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor Course, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, Norfolk, VA
  • 2013, CommandFinancial Specialist Training, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, Norfolk, VA
  • 2006, Journeyman-NetworkingCore Course, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, San Diego, CA
  • 2003, Master TrainingSpecialist, U.S. Navy, RTC, Great Lakes, IL
  • 2002, InstructorTraining Course, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, Norfolk, VA
  • 1999, ChiefPetty Officer Leadership Training, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, Naples, IT
  • Certification: Journeyman-NetworkingCore Course
  • SIPRnet / NIPRnet
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

 

PRESENTATIONS:

 

  • 06/13 – 03/16, AviationCommanding Officer Training (AVCOT) course, ~25 students, quarterly training, Navy Aviation Schools Command, Pensacola, FL
  • 09/02 – 10/05, Recruit Division Commander/Master TrainingSpecialist, Topics; (Military Science, Leadership, Organizational Develop.), ~50-80 students daily, Mon-Sat, Recruit Training Command (RTC), Great Lakes, IL

 

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS /VOLUNTEER / COMMUNITY / TRADE ORGANIZATIONS:

 

  • 2014 – 2015, Volunteer Judge, JROTC Drill competition, Pensacola, FL
  • 2013 – 2016, Volunteer, Blood Drives, American Red Cross, Pensacola, FL
  • 2013 – 2016, Mentor, YMCA Youth Group, Pensacola, FL
  • 2012 – 2013, Volunteer Fundraiser, Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society, Richmond, VA
  • 2011 – 2013, Fundraising Chair, Navy RecruitingDistrict Richmond, Chief Petty Officer Association, Richmond, VA

 

  • Meritorious Service Medal (3)
  • Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2)
  • Army Commendation Medal
  • Joint Service Commendation Medal (2)
  • Joint Service Achievement Medal
  • Navy Achievement Medal (3)


 

KEY & TRANSFERABLE SKILL WORDS: ammunition, Assault, assessments, Assets, Ballistic, billets, Chief, classes, Command / Commander, communications, contract, counseling, Defense, deployment, development, Discipline, Training, employees, enlisted, Ethics, evaluations, implementation, Indoctrination, Instructor, Journeyman-Networking, liaison, logistics, Management, Mentored / mentoring, military, morale, Munitions, NAVOSHA, Negotiation, operations, orientation/indoctrination/onboarding, performance evaluations, personnel, planning, policy, processes, Program Manager, Project Manager, Quality Assurance (QA), Readiness, Recruiting, Retention, safety, Screening, SOPs, Succession planning, supervision, systems, Training, troubleshooting, Warfare

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Keith Mahaffey: Recruiting and Placement Specialist / Training and Development Instructor

Keith Mahaffey

Katy, TX  77493

mahaffey1225@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:  Recruiting and Placement Specialist / Training and Development Instructor

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

 

  • 25+ years, U.S. Navy, E9/CMDCM, Honorable Discharge: 01/18
  • 18 years, Senior Project / Program Management(military)
  • 10 years, Executive Level Management(military)
  • Clearance: DoD, Top Secret (last adjudicated: 01/17, expires: 01/23)
  • Passport: United States Citizen (06/10; Expires: 06/20)
  • Work Preference: CONUS; Houston, TX

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO

 

06/16 – present, Command Master Chief HQs (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, Navy Munitions Command Atlantic (NMCLANT), Yorktown, VA

 

  • Manage staff of 34 civilian, militaryand contract personnel overseeing daily global ordnance operations involving 470 military, 460 civilian, and 21 contract employees
  • Manage the ChiefPetty Officer Mess/Association, Moral Welfare and Recreation Program, Command Training Team, Master Training Specialist Program, Command Retention Team, Family Advocacy Program, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program, Command Mentorship Program, Sailor of the Year Program, Career Information Program Management, Command Development Board, Disciplinary Review Board, Command Sponsorship Program, Command orientation/indoctrination program
  • Developed standard operating procedures (SOPs) to ensure detachments and unit’s are at mission readiness; operated and maintained explosive ordnanceout-loading / trans-shipment supporting US Fleet Forces conventional ammunition requirements (handgun bullets to shipboard missiles), ~38,892 tons, valued at ~$3.5B; quality assure NAVOSHA processes in place to prevent accidents and increase safety with “0” number of incidents
  • Advised NMCLANT Commander, unit Commanding Officers (3), and Detachment Officers in Charge (15) with combined mission and reimbursable budgetsof >$45M on matters related to and affecting Navy personnel policy and programs
  • Conducted site surveys and program assessmentsof NMCLANT activities ensuring sailor programs instituted and compliant with Navy policy and regulations
  • Developed standardized management and self-assessment tools for Senior Enlisted Leaders at NMCLANT sites; conducted and processed performance evaluations
  • Mentored43 Chief Petty Officers for 21 detachments in 10 time-zones covering Southwest Asia to Southern California; provide training and development to senior enlisted leaders within performance evaluations; provide career and job performance guidance to Commanding Officers (CO’s) and Officer’s in Charge (OIC’s) of the units and detachments; built a functional and effective NMCLANT Chiefs’ Mess Association
  • Responsible for planningstrategic & succession planning for promotional opportunities and re-designations (cross rating) for enlisted personnel; assign sponsors, as Command Sponsorship Program Coordinator; facilitate transition and orientation of new personnel into command ~ 15 to 25 (monthly)
  • Handle personnel(department-level) issues as human resources liaison to Department Head and Department Leading Chief Petty Officer for Command issues

 

05/13 – 06/16, Command Master Chief / Master Training Specialist (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, Naval Aviation Schools Command, Pensacola, FL

 

  • Managed professional developmentand command retention program; supervised three command career counselors and eight department career counselors, responsible for processing ~52 re-enlistments, ~530 Career Development Boards, 125 Career Waypoints Applications, 620 Enlisted Rating re-designations, and 82 Officer re-designations
  • Directed technical training; supervised 20 officer / enlistedand five civilian instructors, monitored, and instructed classes; oversight of professional development boards, resulting in promotion of 46 Petty Officers, six Chief Petty Officers, two Senior Chief Petty Officers, and three Master Chief Petty Officers; the selection of a Navy Education and Training Command, Direct Report Sailor of the Year Finalist; and selection of two Chief Warrant Officers; conducted diversity / EEO compliance training (quarterly)
  • Provided instruction in leadership and technical topics (Leadership, Time Management) to >140 prospective Commanding Officer’s during Aviation Commanding Officer Training (AVCOT) averaging ~25 classes per quarter
  • Professional developmentof sailors resulted in Naval Aviation School’s Command records: advancement rate 20% above Navy average, reenlistment rate with Reserve affiliation of 90%, 19.9% above Navy average; and lowering attrition rate to 0.3% (3.8% higher than Navy average)
  • Strategize succession planningas Chair of Career Development boards for pay grades E1-E9; conduct Junior Officer Development board’s (re-designated) pay grades O1-O3

 

12/11 – 05/13, Command Master Chief (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, Navy Recruiting District, Richmond, VA

 

  • Assisted Commanding Officer in formulation and implementationof changes in policy pertaining to enlisted personnel; leadership of command sailor’s welfare, health, job satisfaction, morale, utilization, and training of enlisted personnel
  • Recruited ~1,200 potential sailor recruits through the mentoringof 43 Chiefs and 45 Leading Petty Officers which resulted <2% attrition at Recruit Training Command
  • Mentored250 officers and sailors resulted in promotions for one Senior Chief, 10 Chiefs, 19 First Class Petty Officers, and two Second-Class Petty Officers; leadership development resulted in 80% applications increase for CRF, SEA, and Officer Programs
  • Managed programs and divisions, chaired, coordinated, provided oversight and supervisionfor: Command Orientation/Indoctrination Division, Command Sponsorship Program, CPO/PO Indoctrination Courses, Enlisted Warfare Qualifications Program, Professional Development Boards, Command Retention Team, Awards Board, CPO Initiations, Sailor of the Month/Quarter/Year programs, Career Information Program Management, and Humanitarian Reassignment / Hardship Discharge Screening Boards
  • Increased CommandClimate (moral) by implementing and installing Commanding Officers (CO’s) suggestion boxes in district (command) and providing feedback to suggestions; implemented quarterly Command Master Chief (CMC) call, where personnel (Sailor’s and Civilians) could address concerns in town hall setting for feedback

 

10/09 – 12/11, Command Master Chief (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, USS Monterey (CG 61), Norfolk, VA

 

  • Conducted a compressed Unit Level TrainingCycle, and a seven-month Ballistic Missile Defense Deployment, in an extended Dry-Docking (Selective Restricted Availability)
  • Identified key billetsand negotiated with Commander Naval Surface Forces Atlantic Staff detailers, resulting in filling mission critical billets when faced with key personnel losses
  • Supervised Monterey’s Enlisted Surface WarfareSpecialist qualification program resulting in >75 Sailors earning Surface Warfare Specialist qualifications during deployment
  • Coordinated with Navy College Office; implemented Education afloat program, resulting in “0” man hours missed from work, and sailors completing >225 credit hours of instructor-led college level courses with a 95% pass rate

 

11/07 – 10/09, Command Master Chief (CMDCM/E9)

United States Navy, VFA 147, Lemoore, CA

 

  • Managed 250 sailors, including supervisionof 30 Chief Petty Officers consisting of one Master Chief, five Senior Chiefs, and 24 Chiefs
  • Managed program of ChiefPetty Officer’s Mess resulting in: increased advancement rates, Squadron receiving the FY-08 Commander Naval Air Forces Pacific Retention Excellence Award, and the Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist pennant
  • Supervised EAWS/ESWS Program, CPO/PO Indoctrination, Moral Welfare and RecreationProgram, CPO Mess, Command Development Board, Discipline Review Board, Meritorious Advancement Program, and the Master Training Specialist Program

 

03/06 – 10/07, Information Systems Technician

Leading Chief Petty Officer (ITCM/E9) (LCPO) / Communications Division LCPO

United States Navy, Operations Department, USS TORTUGA (LSD 46), Norfolk, VA

 

  • Pre-planned / executed logisticsof moving >400 sailors from USS Fort McHenry to USS Tortuga; ensured divisions ready for compressed Hull Swap, Seized Assets and Case Tracking System / Cooperation Afloat Readiness & Training (SEACATS/CARAT) deployment (2006)
  • Trained watch team proficiency in operations, communications, systemsset up, and troubleshooting to ~25 learners for a total of four months
  • Performed as technical C4I subject matter expert (SME) during a hull swap; ensured communicationsduring a 4-month deployment under flagship USS Tortuga
  • Improvised construct of a planningcell (communications suite) for Foreign Liaison Officers complete with internet connectivity
  • Trainingand development of 20 Information Systems Technicians resulted in Communications Division scoring 97% on Comprehensive Communications Assessment

 

09/02 – 11/05, Pacific Fleet Leading Chief Petty Officer (LCPO)

(USS Arizona) Ship’s LCPO / Recruit Division Commander

United States Navy, Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL

 

  • Managed 220 Recruit Division Commanders (RDC’s) and 67 recruiting divisions supervising ~5,260 (new sailors; indirectly managed ~700 civilian good-will services (civilian) employeesresponsible for food service and building maintenance
  • Managed orientation/onboarding of 1,050 new recruits
  • Trained five divisions, equipping 440 Sailors with naval knowledge baselines

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2015, Bachelor of Science, Organizational Leadership, Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, AL; GPA: 3.30; Courses: Business Law, Business Ethics, Business Policy and Strategy, Managing Diversity in Organizations, TeamBuilding and Leadership, Negotiation/Conflict Resolution, Social Psychology, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Adult Education/Training, Special Problems/Training/Development, Training Systems Management, Project Management, Strategic Management, Operations Management, Organization Behavior, Executive Communications

 

CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER

 

  • CommandMaster Chief Course – Navy Leadership and Ethics Command – U.S. Navy
  • Senior Enlisted Academy – Navy Leadershipand Ethics Command – U.S. Navy
  • 2013, Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor Course, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, Norfolk, VA
  • 2013, CommandFinancial Specialist Training, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, Norfolk, VA
  • 2006, Journeyman-NetworkingCore Course, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, San Diego, CA
  • 2003, Master TrainingSpecialist, U.S. Navy, RTC, Great Lakes, IL
  • 2002, InstructorTraining Course, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, Norfolk, VA
  • 1999, ChiefPetty Officer Leadership Training, U.S. Navy, Naval Base, Naples, IT
  • Certification: Journeyman-NetworkingCore Course
  • SIPRnet / NIPRnet
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

 

PRESENTATIONS:

 

  • 06/13 – 03/16, AviationCommanding Officer Training (AVCOT) course, ~25 students, quarterly training, Navy Aviation Schools Command, Pensacola, FL
  • 09/02 – 10/05, Recruit Division Commander/Master TrainingSpecialist, Topics; (Military Science, Leadership, Organizational Develop.), ~50-80 students daily, Mon-Sat, Recruit Training Command (RTC), Great Lakes, IL

 

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS /VOLUNTEER / COMMUNITY / TRADE ORGANIZATIONS:

 

  • 2014 – 2015, Volunteer Judge, JROTC Drill competition, Pensacola, FL
  • 2013 – 2016, Volunteer, Blood Drives, American Red Cross, Pensacola, FL
  • 2013 – 2016, Mentor, YMCA Youth Group, Pensacola, FL
  • 2012 – 2013, Volunteer Fundraiser, Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society, Richmond, VA
  • 2011 – 2013, Fundraising Chair, Navy RecruitingDistrict Richmond, Chief Petty Officer Association, Richmond, VA

 

  • Meritorious Service Medal (3)
  • Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2)
  • Army Commendation Medal
  • Joint Service Commendation Medal (2)
  • Joint Service Achievement Medal
  • Navy Achievement Medal (3)


 

KEY & TRANSFERABLE SKILL WORDS: ammunition, Assault, assessments, Assets, Ballistic, billets, Chief, classes, Command / Commander, communications, contract, counseling, Defense, deployment, development, Discipline, Training, employees, enlisted, Ethics, evaluations, implementation, Indoctrination, Instructor, Journeyman-Networking, liaison, logistics, Management, Mentored / mentoring, military, morale, Munitions, NAVOSHA, Negotiation, operations, orientation/indoctrination/onboarding, performance evaluations, personnel, planning, policy, processes, Program Manager, Project Manager, Quality Assurance (QA), Readiness, Recruiting, Retention, safety, Screening, SOPs, Succession planning, supervision, systems, Training, troubleshooting, Warfare

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