This week, I would like to introduce a new member of the NOAA Corps family, LCDR Nathan D. "Shaka" Kahn. LCDR Kahn transferred from the U.S. Navy to the NOAA Corps on 01 May 2015. Prior to entering service with the DoC and NOAA, he was on active duty for 12 years as a P-3C pilot for the Navy. His previous tours include Special Projects Patrol Squadron TWO (VPU-2), Patron Squadron THIRTY (VP-30), Patrol Squadron FORTY-SIX, and flight training in Pensacola, FL and Corpus Chirsti, TX.
While serving the Navy, LCDR Kahn operated on or over 6 of the 7 continents and accrued almost 3,000 flight hours in the P-3 aircraft. His personal awards include the Air Medal (4th Strike Flight Award), Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and various unit commendations.
LCDR Kahn is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Class of 2003. Welcome Aboard!
CAPT Lawrence T. Krepp, NOAA
|30 May 2015||PUT Request Deadline|
|31 May 2015||Aviation Application Package Deadline|
|26 June 2015||Aviation Advisory Board|
|27 July 2015||BOTC 126 Begins|
|LT Christine Schultz||31 May 2015|
|LCDR Phillip Eastman||01 June 2015|
|ENS Daniel Hodge||15 June 2015|
|LCDR Abigail Winz||13 July 2015|
|LCDR Nicole Lambert||31 July 2015|
|ENS Roxanne Carter||18 August 2015|
|LTJG Jennifer Barre||21 August 2015|