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31 Association of the United States Navy LCDR Bradford C. Tonder is currently serving as Branch Chief Reserve Affairs, U.S. European Com- mand. Previous assignments include Training and Ad- ministration of Navy Reserves, responsible for medical/ dental readiness, oversight, manpower management, logistic and training of Sailors for mobi- lization in support of opera- tional and warfighting missions. He com- manded 14 Full Time Support and 210 Reservists. NAVOP- SPTCEN Louisville was 1 of 2 NOSCs of 245 in the region to receive the Gold Standard for the Navy Surgeon General Blue "H" Award for Health and Wellness. During the 2015 Triennial Assessment, NAVOPSPTCEN scored 95.1 percent, top five in the region. As a result of his efforts, NAVOPSPTCEN Louisville was one of the first four centers in the nation ready to receive Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection gear and weapons. He spent eight years as submarine machinist's mate and was selected for the Navy Enlisted Commissioning Program; he has also served on the USS John L. Hall (FFG 32) and USS Tortuga (LSD 46). Tonder has a Master of Business Administration with a Transporta- tion subspecialty from the Naval Postgraduate School, a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business Administration from e Citadel, and a Master's Certificate in Market- ing Strategy from Cornell University. LT Jenna P. Wenzel is currently assigned to Naval Reserve Operational Health Support Unit (NR OHSU) Naval Hospital, Camp Lejeune, Raleigh, NC, as Assis- tant Command Training Officer. Since her return from a deployment to Afghanistan in 2013, her leadership as Training Officer resulted in the successful completion of 46 Sailors' Annual Training (AT), for a total amount of $217,000 of support, and met 99% of unit AT re- quirements. She also coordinated an innovative train- ing platform which utilized hands-on skills labs and expert lectures, to include a suturing lab, trauma and shock care, as well as neurological, musculoskeletal and neurological assessments. She also provided exceptional support to the oncology department of Walter Reed Nation- al Military Medical Cen- ter during her AT period. She is employed by REX Hematology Oncology Associates as the staff and charge nurse for outpatient oncology-hematology cancer center; she volunteers her nursing skills at Urban Ministries, Open Door Clinic. She has a Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Wenzel was also awarded the American Cancer Society Graduate Scholarship in Cancer Nursing Practice. In addition to the AUSN JOY Award, LT Wenzel was also awarded the Bea Ratner Award for excellence in nursing. Year Awards – 2015 LT Jenna P. Wenzel LCDR Bradford C. Tonder By Heidi J. Lenzini

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