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    Special warfare commands at Stennis Space Center hold chief pinning ceremony [Image 1 of 5]

    Special warfare commands at Stennis Space Center hold chief pinning ceremony

    STENNIS SPACE CENTER, MS, UNITED STATES

    01.29.2021

    Photo by Michael Williams 

    Naval Special Warfare Group Four

    200129-N-ZM469-001 STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss. – A United States Naval Special Warfare soon to be chief petty officer stands with his daughter prior to the formal CPO pinning ceremony held on January 29 at the John Stennis Space Center in South Mississippi. The ceremony, which is normally held in September but delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, is a time-honored U.S. Navy tradition that has been performed for more than 100 years. The pinning ceremony is described as the most significant transition that U.S. Sailors will ever make in their military careers. NSW commands located at the Stennis Space Center consist of the Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School, Special Boat Team 22, and NSWG-4 Training Detachment Stennis. The three NSW commands are situated on the NSW Western Maneuver Area Training Range, which is composed of some of the finest riverine and littoral training areas in the world. (U.S. Navy photo by Michael Williams, NSW Stennis Office of Public Affairs)

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    Date Taken: 01.29.2021
    Date Posted: 02.03.2021 17:58
    Photo ID: 6507444
    VIRIN: 200129-N-ZM469-001
    Resolution: 4264x4016
    Size: 2.15 MB
    Location: STENNIS SPACE CENTER, MS, US 

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    Downloads: 2

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