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MINZO, Y.B., CHIEF PETTY OFFICER OF NAVY

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - First war bridge to be brought to the United States. Chief Petty Officer has the honor of being the first American boy to bring home a war bride to America. His wife who was Marie Louise Goasumpis is living her husband's parents while he is in the service

MINZO, Y.B., CHIEF PETTY OFFICER OF NAVY

The wreck of the Dellavilaud? plane that crashed in the Potomac river near the Naval Air Station, Anacostia, D.C. Chief Petty Officer F.H. Bushing and A.V. Cobb, aviation machinist mate, who were flying the plane were rescued. They were uninjured

In this Sept. 28, 1979 file photo, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Thomas S. Crow delivers remarks at the ceremony marking his installation.

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Thomas S. Crow and MCPON Robert J. Walker, rear, render hand salutes.

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Tom Crow inspects the troops at the commissioning ceremony for the Spruance-class destroyer USS Deyo (DD 989).

A view of the aft CHIEF PETTY Officer berthing area aboard the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV 66)

Navy Uniforms: Women's Service Dress White, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-16

Navy Uniforms: Women's Service Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-14

Navy Uniforms: Men's Dinner Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-3

Navy Uniforms: Men's Tropical Khaki, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-24

Navy Uniforms: Men's Service Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-12

Navy Uniforms: Women's Dinner Dress White, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-6

Navy Uniforms: Women's Winter Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-21

Navy Uniforms: Men's Winter Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-17

Navy Uniforms: Men's Full Dress White, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-10

Navy Uniforms: Men's Winter Working Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-21

Navy Uniforms: Women's Tropical Dinner Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-7

Navy Uniforms: Men's Full Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-9

Navy Uniforms: Women's Summer Khaki, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-18

Navy Uniforms: Men's Dinner Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-5

Navy Uniforms: Men's Dinner Dress White, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-6

Navy Uniforms: Women's Winter Working Khaki, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-26

Navy Uniforms: Men's Service Dress Blue (Yankee), CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-13

Navy Uniforms: Women's Dinner Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-5

Navy Uniforms: Men's Tropical White, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-19

Navy Uniforms: Men's Working Khaki, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-22

Navy Uniforms: Women's Full Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-9

Navy Uniforms: Men's Tropical Dinner Dress Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-7

Navy Uniforms: Women's Summer White, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-20

Navy Uniforms: Men's Dinner Dress White Jacket, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-4

Navy Uniforms: Men's Summer White, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 5-16

Navy Uniforms: Women's Winter Working Blue, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-24

Navy Uniforms: Women's Full Dress White, CHIEF PETTY Officer. 1984 Uniform Regulations, Page 6-11

Navy Uniforms: Men's Service Dress Whites (CHIEF PETTY Officer) 1984 Uniform Regulations

CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Hoffman, a 40-year Navy veteran, talks with a naval officer during the dedication ceremonies for the US Navy Memorial

CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Hoffman, a 40-year Navy veteran, enjoys the dedication ceremonies for the US Navy Memorial

CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) John Stajcic waves good-bye before diving beneath the 6-inch-deep ice. Sixteen divers of Navy Reserve Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 813 (MDSU-813) assigned to Readiness Center Great Lakes are enduring below zero temperatures to develop the unit's cold weather capabilities

CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) John Stajcic receives last minute instructions before diving beneath the ice. Sixteen divers of Navy Reserve Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 813 (MDSU-813) assigned to Readiness Center Great Lakes are enduring below zero temperatures to develop the unit's cold weather capabilities

Rear Admiral (RADM) (upper half) Francis N. Smith, commander, Naval Reserve Force, shakes hands with CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Ron Duncan onboard the ocean minesweeper USS ESTEEM (MSO 438) during his tour of the Persian Gulf

CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Jim Carlton, Submarine Group 9 staff member and leader of Girl Scout Troop 555, discusses Girl Scout programs with visitors to the information booth at Scout Expo 1988. Carlton is assigned to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor

A CHIEF PETTY Officer examines a cable connector for the Super Sea Rover mine locator vehicle as it sits on the deck of the ocean minesweeper USS CONSTANT (MSO 427)

A CHIEF PETTY Officer helps a civilian technician replace an internal component of the Super Sea Rover mine locator vehicle

On the pier alongside the ocean minesweeper USS CONSTANT (MSO 427), a CHIEF PETTY Officer and a Sailor attach some of the external components of the Super Sea Rover mine locator vehicle

A CHIEF PETTY Officer squatting on the deck of the ocean minesweeper USS CONSTANT (MSO 427) uses a heat gun to shrink a plastic covering over a section of the control cable for the Super Sea Rover mine locator vehicle

A Lieutenant and a CHIEF PETTY Officer remove a protective housing from around the Super Sea Rover mine locator vehicle on the deck of the ocean minesweeper USS CONSTANT (MSO 427)

CHIEF PETTY Officer J.C. Miller talks to the members of his division inside one of the Mark 7 16-inch/50-caliber gun turrets aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61)

CHIEF Boatswain's Mate (BWC) Geraldine Morvay, Leading CHIEF PETTY Officer 1ST Division, speaks into the 1MC microphone during preparations to get the fleet oiler USS WILLIAMETTE (AO-180) underway

CHIEF Boatswain's Mate (BWC) Geraldine Morvay, Leading CHIEF PETTY Officer 1ST Division, speaks into the 1MC microphone during preparations to get the fleet oiler USS WILLIAMETTE (AO-180) underway

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Terry Scott greets Rear Adm. Rick Ruehe, Commander Task Force Seventy Six (CTF-76), while making a visit aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2)

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Terry Scott speaks with Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Joseph Speranza and Hospital Corpsman 1s Class Tessie Delossantos while having lunch with Sailors in Camp Shields Crows Nest, Naval Hospital Okinawa

US Navy (USN) MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer (MCPO), Todd Thom, MCPO of the Command/Fleet Activities at Yokosuka, Naval Base, Japan signs the book of USN, CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO), Mess Management SPECIALIST (MS) (Selectee) Todd Mears, during the COP Selectee Olympics

Chief petty officers and chief petty officer Selects from Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek pack boxes of food at the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia.

Newly promoted CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Anthony Fonzelle passes through the ceremonial "sideboys" during the CHIEF PETTY Officers Anchor Pinning ceremony held onboard USS KITTY HAWK (CVN 63)

Rear Admiral (RDML) (Upper) Robert F. Willard and RDML (Upper) Timothy J. Keating listen intently to the opening words of the CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Anchor Pinning ceremony aboard the USS KITTY HAWK (CVN 63)

As part of the time honored CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Anchor Pinning ceremony held onboard USS KITTY HAWK (CVN 63), CPO Jerry Bardlau receives his CHIEF's Anchors

CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) candidates march into Hangar Bay #1, aboard the USS KITTY HAWK (CVN 63) to participate in the time honored Anchor Pinning ceremony

Chief of Navy Reserves Vice Adm. Dirk J. Debbink, right, receives a certificate of appointment to the rank of Honorary Master Chief Petty Officer from Force Master (FMF) Chief Ronney Wright during the Navy Reserve Master Chief commemoration ceremony.

CHIEF PETTY Officer 1ST Class (PO1) Michael S. Jenkins, from San Clemente, California, verifies information from a plugger before conducting a hydrographic reconnaissance survey of the Freshwater Beach area of Shoalwater Bay during Exercise TANDEM THRUST 2001

Retired U.S. Navy Lieutenant John W. Finn -- oldest living Medal of Honor recipient

A Naval District Washington chief petty officer is pinned by family members at the Navy Memorial.

Naval District Washington chief petty officer selectees march through family members and shipmates at the Navy Memorial to begin their pinning ceremony, welcoming them to the Chief's Mess.

A Naval District Washington chief petty officer is pinned by shipmates at the Navy Memorial.

US Navy (USN) Aviation Ordnancemen (AO) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Shannon Chandler (background) and AIRMAN (AN) William Kunder from Weapons Department, G-1 Division, talk on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63), during Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP), operations

Onboard the Crowley Marine, 450-10 Barge US Navy (USN) Photographer's Mate (PH) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Andrew McKaskle, attached to Fleet Combat Camera Atlantic, prepares for the first scuba dive on the Japanese fishing vessel, Ehime Maru after it was relocated to a shallow water site

US Navy (USN) Photographer's Mate (PH) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Andrew McKaskle, attached to Fleet Combat Camera Atlantic, enters the shallow water recovery site of the sunken Japanese fishing vessel Ehime Maru, from the deck of the Crowley Marine, 450-10 Barge

Navy diver salvage operations.

Navy photographer/diver at work.

A US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) assigned to the damage control team, explains the proper techniques for using the "K" type shoring with a telescoping steel shoring beam, during general quarters drill onboard the Aircraft Carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV-63)

A US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) assigned to the Damage Control Team, gives instructions on the Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) to a sailor, during a general quarters drill onboard the Aircraft Carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV-63)

Olympic Flame at the Pentagon

Sailor Returns Home to Family

2002 Chiefs Exam

2002 Chiefs Exam

RTC Great Lakes - Mentoring

Joint US Military personnel salute the flag draped transfer case carrying the remains of US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Matthew J. Bourgeois, during his Fallen Soldier Ceremony at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. CPO Bourgeois, a member of the USN Seal Team, was killed in action in Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A Joint US Military Honor Guard approaches the cargo ramp of a US Air Force (USAF) C-5A Galaxy aircraft during the Fallen Soldier Ceremony for US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Matthew J. Bourgeois, his at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. CPO Bourgeois, a member of the USN Seal Team, was killed in action in Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) Chaplain says a prayer over the flag draped transfer case carrying the remains of US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Matthew J. Bourgeois. CPO Bourgeois, a member of the USN Seal Team, was killed in action in Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) Soldier salutes the flag draped transfer case carrying the remains of the US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Matthew J. Bourgeois as it is placed into a waiting hearse at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, during the Fallen Soldier Ceremony for CPO Bourgeois, a member of the USN Seal Team, who was killed in action in Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A Joint US Military Honor Guard removes the flag draped transfer case carrying the remains of the US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Matthew J. Bourgeois, from the cargo compartment of a US Air Force C-5A Galaxy aircraft at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, during the Fallen Soldier Ceremony for CPO Bourgeois, a member of the USN Seal Team, who was killed in action in Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A Joint US Military Honor Guard places the flag draped transfer case carrying the remains of the US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Matthew J. Bourgeois into a waiting hearse at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, during the Fallen Soldier Ceremony for CPO Bourgeois, a member of the USN Seal Team, who was killed in action in Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A Joint US Military Honor Guard prepares to remove the flag draped transfer case carrying the remains of the US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Matthew J. Bourgeois, from the cargo compartment of a US Air Force C-5A Galaxy aircraft at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, during the Fallen Soldier Ceremony for CPO Bourgeois, a member of the USN Seal Team, who was killed in action in Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

A US Army (USA) Color Guard and Honor Guard renders a salute during the Fallen Soldier Ceremony for US Navy (USN) CHIEF PETTY Officer (CPO) Matthew J. Bourgeois at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. A US Air Force (USAF) C-5A Galaxy aircraft was used to transported the remains of CPO Bourgeois, a member of the USN Seal Team, who was killed in action in Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

MCPON Change of Office

RTC Great Lakes - MCPON with recruits

MCPON Scott aboard USS Carney (DDG 64)

2002 Sailors of Year

U.S. Navy 2002 Sailors of the Year

Admiral Vern Clark, the Chief of Naval Operations and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Terry Scott

Admiral Vern Clark, Chief of Naval Operations, is given a tour of the Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island�s Aircraft Intermediate Maintaince Divison (AIMD)

A Chief Petty Officer checks out the shoe department in the Navy Exchange located at Naval Air Station Oceana.

Chief Petty Officer selectees shop at the uniform shop inside the Navy Exchange located at Naval Station Norfolk.

CPO selectees assist nearby orphanage

SECDEF visits USS Constellation

CNO and MCPON accept a donation from the Navy League.

New CPO's pinned in Hawaii

MCPON uses submarine simulator

CNO talks with student

A flight deck Leading Chief Petty Officer (LCPO) directs an F/A-18E Super Hornet assigned to the �Eagles� of Strike Fighter Squadron One One Five (VFA-115) to a catapult.