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SPRING 2018

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EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 31 Association of the United States Navy He completed Supply Corps Basic Qualification Course 66th Company at Navy Supply Corps School in Athens, Ga. During his Reserve affiliation, his civilian experi- ence spanned IT project management for a semicon- ductor company, business analysis for a global financial services firm, and a lead procurement role in a start-up photovoltaic solar company. He was redesignated to FTS officer in February 2017. Previous tours include: commanding officer, Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) White River Junction; Acting OIC and operations officer for Operational Support Unit NOSC in Austin; N4 (Logistics) Department head for Commander, Naval Forces Korea, Detachment Bravo, in Alameda, Calif.; battalion training officer, NCHB 13, in Gulfport, Miss.; and executive officer, Fleet Industrial Supply Center, Bahrain, Sigonella, Italy, and Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas. Wilkes is qualified as a Navy Expeditionary Supply Corps officer, an enlisted Seabee combat warfare specialist and enlisted fleet Marine Force specialist. His personal decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal (two awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achieve- ment Medal (five awards), Battle 'E' (two awards), Navy Reserve Meritorious Service Medal (three awards), National Defense Service Medal (two awards), Iraqi Campaign Medal (with USMC device), and numerous other military, unit and personal awards. LCDR PHILLIP MCCORVEY grew up in Littleton, Colo., and attended the University of Colorado, where he received a Bachelor's of Arts and his commission from the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program in December 2004. He became a surface warfare officer while on his first tour of duty aboard Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Carney, stationed at Naval Station Mayport, Fla., where he served as the Repair Division and Combat Fires Division officer. During his tour, Carney deployed once to the Mediterranean and surged twice to South America and the Caribbean. His second sea tour in 2007 took him to Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Va. (now Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story), aboard Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship USS Fort McHenry, where he was the training officer and, eventually, the Combat Information Center officer. Fort McHenry completed the inaugural Africa Part- nership Station deployment, during which McCorvey was in charge of the training program for the various African nations as well as the anti-terrorism officer for the embarked staff and ship's crew. He took orders in 2009 as a Personal Exchange Program (PEP) officer to become the assistant oper- ations officer with the 3rd German Mine Hunting Squadron staff in Kiel, Germany. En route, McCorvey attended the Defense Language Institute in Monterrey, Calif., and received an Associate of Arts degree in German language. During his time in Kiel with the squadron, he also spent 10 months aboard German Navy minesweeper FGS Weilheim as the second watch officer. Aer the PEP tour, McCorvey le active duty and joined the Navy Reserve in March 2012. As a Reservist, he served with CNE-CAN/C6F Detachment 802 at NOSC Atlanta, where he participated in various 6th Fleet exercises including Austere Challenge, Juniper Cobra and BALTOPS. With Detachment 802, he worked as the Readiness Department head and Future Operations Assistant Department head. In July 2017, McCorvey took three-year defi- nite recall orders to serve at the Naval Academy as a German language instructor in the Languages and Cultures Department. LT DANIELLE WYLIE is a native of Haledon, N.J. She graduated from William Paterson Univer- sity, Wayne, N.J., with a Bachelor of Science degree in business management in 2004. She also graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Master's in busi- ness administration in 2008. Wylie received her commission in the Supply Corps through the Navy Reserve Direct Commission Program in March 2011. She completed her Direct Commission Officer and Basic Qualification Course training by March 2014. Wylie's enlistment active-duty began as an E-3 in the Crane Department on 0 Oak Ridge (ARDM-1) from

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