Leadership Change at CPC
For those of you who do not know, CAPT Jeremy Adams will be assuming the duties of Director, Commissioned Personnel Center on Monday, February 22, 2016 as I take terminal leave leading into retirement. I want to take this opportunity to relay my sincere thanks to the officers senior to me that have mentored me throughout my career and those that placed their confidence in me to offer opportunities to serve in leadership positions within our organization. In addition to those officers, I would not have been able to succeed in this career without the excellent support and work of those junior officers with whom I have served. You are the backbone of this organization. It is your energy, professionalism, skill, and dedication to your jobs that create our success. I encourage you all to continue setting high personal and professional goals and to persevere until you achieve them.
I would also like to draw your attention to the staff here at the Commissioned Personnel Center. This small staff of officers and civilians work consistently to address the concerns of our future, current and retired officers, to ensure that we operate our Corps legally, and assure that the needs of our Service are met daily. Over the past two years, we have met all of our challenges and improved our processes along the way. Without this dedicated staff, it would not be possible.
Please join me in welcoming CAPT Adams into the director's position. He brings with him a wealth of experience, a proven track record of excellent leadership along with him as he takes on the business of CPC.
CAPT Lawrence T. Krepp, NOAA
|22 February 2016||Officer Assignment Board|
|29 February 2016||Access to EOYP end|
|6-26 March 2016||REFTRA-80|
|LTJG Joshua Witmer||01 March 2016|
|CDR Stephen Meador||01 April 2016|
|CAPT Mark Moran||01 April 2016|
|CAPT Lawrence Krepp||01 May 2016|
|CAPT Harris Halverson||01 May 2016|
|LT Mark Frydrych||01 May 2016|
|LTJG Theresa Smith||13 May 2016|