U.S. Naval Forces Central Command
U.S. Naval Forces Central Command legal team welcomes new force judge advocate, Capt. Kevin Brew, new deputy force judge advocate, Cmdr. Florencio Yuzon, and new assistant force judge advocates Lt. Cmdr Brent Troyan and Lt. Joseph Griffo. From left (back row) Griffo, Legalman 1st Class (SW/AW) Ivan E. Diaz Santana, Cmdr. Thomas Leary, Troyan; (front row) Lt. Sara Neugroschel, Brew, and Yuzon. U.S. Naval Forces Central Command conducts persistent maritime operations to forward U.S. interests, deter and counter disruptive countries, defeat violent extremism and strengthen partner nations' maritime capabilities in order to promote a secure maritime environment in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Danielle Brandt).
Cmdr. Gregory J. Leland, commanding officer of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 25 (HSC 25), congratulates Legalman 1st Class Oneka L. Boggan after promoting her on Andersen Air force Base Guam, July 31, 2014. HSC 25 is the Navy's only forward deployed MH-60S expeditionary squadron.
Capt. David Wilson, commanding officer of Region Legal Service Office Mid-Atlantic and Legalman 1st Class George Amerson, assigned to Navy-Marine Corps Trial Judiciary Southwest Judicial Circuit in San Diego accept the Blacks In Government (BIG) Meritorious Service Awards at an awards luncheon in Las Vegas, July 30, 2014. Wilson and Amerson were recognized for their superior duty performance, devotion to the ideals of duty, honor and country; and for epitomizing the core values of the Department of Defense and their military services.