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    Selects Climb for Heritage [Image 1 of 4]

    Selects Climb for Heritage



    Photo by Chief Petty Officer Roger Duncan 

    Navy Office of Information East

    BOSTON -- SEPT 11, 2019 -- U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Brian Jones of Cape Cod Massachusetts, right, works with Hull Technician 3rd Class Pamela Hensley, a climbing instructor aboard USS Constitution. Jones and the Greater New England Chiefs Mess are aboard USS Constitution as part of heritage training for Chief Selects.
    Across the U.S. Navy every year, Chief Petty Officers train 1st Class Petty Officers who have been selected for promotion in a summer-long training program. The Final Week, in the week leading up to the pinning ceremony in mid-September, is filled with important training events.
    This year, the Greater New England Chiefs Mess met for their first two days of Final Week training at USS Constitution, at Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston. Greater New England Chiefs Mess is made up of Reserve Chiefs from seven Navy Reserve Operational Support Centers, all within four hours drive of Boston. USS Constitution is the world's oldest commissioned warship.
    U.S. Navy Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Roger S. Duncan



    Date Taken: 09.11.2019
    Date Posted: 09.11.2019 21:54
    Photo ID: 5741941
    VIRIN: 190911-N-YZ252-076
    Resolution: 4704x3283
    Size: 9.46 MB
    Location: BOSTON, MA, US 
    Hometown: CAPE COD, MA, US

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