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Master of Ceremonies,ETCS SW James Dallas,Arrival of Official Party. National Anthem,Invocation,Brother Hilary Mettes,Guest Speaker. LCDR Scott C Colton, Presentation of Certificates Awards Shadow Box and Plaque. CAPT Fred S Bertsch III,LCDR Scott C Colton,FCC SW Kevin Barks. ETC SW Corbin,Presentations to Chief Fain s Family.
Presentation of Retirement Flag,and Passing of the Flag Ceremony. FCC SW Dennis Fain,Benediction,Brother Hilary Mettes. ET1 Hubert,Piping Over The Side, Dennis Fain was born in Honolulu Hawaii while his father was stationed at. Hickam Air Force Base In typical military fashion he was raised in many. locations including Texas Rhode Island Maryland Turkey and Tennessee. After moving to Falls Church VA he graduated from George Mason High School. and lived there until joining the Navy at age 21, Dennis went through Boot Camp and more snow than he cared to in Great. Lakes Illinois He then attended Basic Electronics and Electricity school and Fire. Control Technician A school there at Service School Command It was shortly. after Boot Camp that he married Gladys Manrique and she joined him in Illinois. Next was the move to the Norfolk Virginia Beach area for more schooling at. Dam Neck finally arriving on his first ship USS Coontz DDG 40 where he. worked his way up from Radar Technician to Division Leading Petty Officer. Coontz deployed to Operation Urgent Fury the invasion of Grenada followed by. a Mediterranean Cruise much of it spent off the coast of Beirut He then. transferred to Guided Missiles School Dam Neck VA to teach the Terrier Guided. Missile Radar System AN SPG 55B This was followed by a transfer to USS. Preble DDG 46 where he was assigned as Leading Chief of 5th Division in charge. of the Terrier Missile Radar System Crews The Preble deployed to the Persian. Gulf area for Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm and then completed a. Mediterranean Cruise before returning to Norfolk to be decommissioned Chief. Fain was sent to additional schools for the Close In Weapon System CIWS and. the Mk 86 Gun Fire Control System he then transferred to USS Josephus Daniels. CG 27 as Leading Chief of the Gunnery Division The ship promptly deployed to. Bosnia with the NATO forces for operations Deny Flight Provide Promise and. Sharp Guard When the Preble returned to Norfolk Chief Fain helped. decommission the ship then reported to Combat Systems Training Group as a. trainer for Anti air Warfare and Combat System Training Teams but was soon. assigned to ADP Officer LAN Administrator and Command Database Programmer. when they found out that he knew and enjoyed computers It was like when the. fox threw Brer Rabbit into the briar patch he was perfectly at home. Chief Fain s last tour of duty was at Fleet Training Center Norfolk VA as. Branch Head and Lead Instructor for the Miniature Microminiature 2M. Electronics Repair Courses the AN USM 646 computerized electronics. troubleshooting system and the Fiber Optics repair course During this rewarding. tour he traveled extensively training instructors and setting up new AN USM 646. schools in Florida California Washington Hawaii and Japan. Some Naval traditions terms and trivia,associated with today s retirement ceremony.
National Anthem Star Spangled Banner, During rendition of the national anthem when the flag is displayed all. present except those in uniform should stand at attention facing the flag. with the right hand over the heart Men not in uniform should remove their. headdress with their right hand and hold it at the left shoulder the hand. being over the heart Persons in uniform should render the military salute at. the first note of the anthem and retain this position until the last note When. the flag is not displayed those present should face toward the music and. act in the same manner they would if the flag were displayed there. Chief Petty Officers, An Executive order issued by President Benjamin Harrison dated 25. February 1893 and issued as General order No 409 gave a pay scale. for Navy enlisted men It was divided into rates and listed Chiefs Petty. Officers The Executive Order listed Chief Petty Officers as a distinct rate. for the first time and it was to take effect on 01 April 1893 It appears that. this is the date on which the Chief Petty Officer rate was actually. established,Passing the Flag Ceremony, This is a special presentation of the retirement flag The flag is passed. from a sailor of the most junior pay grade held by the retiring service. member through the most senior The passing of the flag through the. different pay grades symbolically represents the many years of faithful. dedicated service to the Navy and to the United States of America. Boatswain s Pipe, This pipe which is the emblem of the boatswain and his mates has an. ancient and interesting history On the ancient row galleys the bos n. used his pipe to call the stroke Since its shrill tune could be heard above. most of the activity on board it was used to signal various happenings. such as work knock off meals and the boarding of officials So. essential was this signaling device to the well being of the ship that it. became a badge of office and honor in the British and American Navies. and it is still in use today,Piping over the side, Even though today s ceremony is not being held on a ship the symbolic.
departure from the ship for the last time is carried out nonetheless. During this ceremony the side boys will flank the gangway while the. retiring member departs accompanied by the Boatswain s whistle and the. salutes of the side boys This ceremonial farewell is often extended to. family members as well as strength and support of a sailor s family is. monumentally important in the completion of a successful Naval career. Did you know, The flag of the United States when it is in such condition that. it is no longer a fitting emblem for display should be. destroyed in a dignified way preferably by burning. The dignified cremation of the American flag is carried out by a number. of organizations including the Boy Scouts Girl Scouts and various. military fraternal organizations As an example the following is part of the. American Legion s flag retirement ceremony, A Flag may be a flimsy bit of printed gauze or a beautiful banner. of finest silk Its intrinsic value may be trifling or great but its real. value is beyond price for it is a precious symbol of all that we and. our comrades have worked for and lived for and died for a free. Nation of free men true to the faith of the past devoted to the ideals. and practice of Justice Freedom and Democracy, Let these faded Flags of our Country be retired and destroyed with. respectful and honorable rites and their places be taken by bright. new Flags of the same size and kind and let no grave of our soldier. or sailor dead be unhonored and unmarked Sergeant at Arms. assemble the Color Guard escort the detail bearing the Flags and. destroy these Flags by burning The members shall stand at. You may have noticed a small,table where a place has been. prepared but no one has been,seated at the table It is for other.
comrades in arms those who,have gone before us in the service. of our nation and haven t returned,The military caste is filled with. symbolism and this table is our,way of symbolizing the fact that. members of our fraternal,organization are missing in action. They re commonly referred to as,prisoners of war and missing in.
action They re unable to be with,us today and so we remember. The table set for one is small symbolizing the frailty of one alone against their. oppressors The tablecloth is white symbolizing the purity of their intentions to. respond to their country s call to arms, The single rose in a vase reminds us of the families and loved ones of our. comrades in arms who keep the faith awaiting their return The yellow ribbon tied. so prominently around the vase is reminiscent of the yellow ribbon worn upon the. lapels and breasts of the thousands who bear witness to their unyielding. determination to demand a proper accounting of our missing. A slice of lemon is on the bread plate to remind us of their bitter fate and there is. salt in the plate symbolic of the tears shed by those who wait. The glass is inverted they cannot toast with us today. The chair is empty they are not here, I ask you to render a toast with me to pay tribute to the sacrifices made for us by. those who can not be with us today those who have given us freedom. knowledge and life itself,A TOAST To our missing comrades. Pearl Harbor Day, Today December 7 2000 is the 59th anniversary of the Attack.
on Pearl Harbor The attack started at 7 55 AM and lasted nearly. two hours Over 2400 servicemen were lost that day Each year. members of the Pearl Harbor Survivor s Association meet to. commemorate the event and honor their brave comrades that were. injured or killed in the attack The ceremonies start at 7 55 AM. Pearl Harbor time or 12 55 PM Norfolk time Today s ceremony. will be at Little Creek Amphibious Base Please take a moment to. send a silent prayer from your heart and a whispered thank you to. the survivors and their families as well as the families of those. killed or wounded Then pause to think about those who have made. the ultimate sacrifice in other wars and those who ve lost their lives. through acts of terrorism as well Freedom is not free payments. have been made and the price has always been high It is still being. paid for every day,Special thanks to the following participants. for making this a truly special ceremony,Ceremony Coordinator FCC Barks. Master of Ceremonies ETCS Dallas,Guest Speaker LCDR Scott C Colton. Invocation Benediction Brother Hilary Mettes,Usher ETC Cheryl Dwiggins. Read The Watch ET1 Hubert,Video Camera ET1 Jerue Still Camera ET1 Berg.
Music ET1 Roark,Sideboys ETC Anderson ETC Bodge ETC Doyle. ETC Chewning ETC Hayes ETC Mobley FCC Barks alternate. Passing of the flag Cere mony,Coordinator ETC Mobley E 7 FCC Barks. E 6 FC1 Richburg E 5 EW2 Pfingsten,E 4 IT3 Carver E 3 SN Ford.

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