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April, 2022


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153 days. As of today, April 1st, we have 153 days to go until Worldcon begins.

Where does the time go?

Now is the perfect time to get set up for the convention. If you are coming (and I hope you are!), let our team know at the sign-up sheet on the website. This helps us make sure that we have all the necessary slots filled. If you can’t make it, please consider donating to help make this the best convention possible. Every bit helps – no donation is too small (or large). Thank you.

Remember that all donations count towards Order of Queen Elizabeth levels.

There are some live/virtual fundraisers in the planning, complete with opportunities to see stupid human tricks of the Scoville persuasion. We’ll be posting those on Discord & Facebook when we have details. It is almost the home stretch here, so let me know you can make it!

There is a lot happening, so check out the Comings & Goings section – it’s LONG this month!

See You In Chicago!
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Comings & Goings

Admiralty Order 2203-01
Updated IAN and RHN Ranks and rescinding of AO 1312-06
This order rescinds AO 1312-06 (originally issued on 15 December 2013) and corrects several German language, spelling, and structural errors. The RHN ranks remain mostly unchanged, but includes a name change for E-10 (SMCPO) as well as the addition of F-6 (Chief of Naval Operations).

The following is a listing of the IAN and RHN ranks that are available as of this publication. Neither group, as of now, has Warrant Officers.

Rank Code Imperial Andermani Navy Republic of Haven Navy
Leutnant der Sterne
Oberleutnant der Sterne
Kapitän der Sterne
Großadmiral Fleet
Großadmiral der Flotte
Spacer 3rd Class
Spacer 2nd Class
Spacer 1st Class
Petty Officer 3rd Class
Petty Officer 2nd Class
Petty Officer 1st Class
Chief Petty Officer
Senior Chief Petty Officer
Master Chief Petty Officer
Senior Master Chief Petty Officer
Lieutenant (Junior Grade)
Lieutenant (Senior Grade)
Lieutenant Commander
Rear Admiral
Vice Admiral
Chief of Naval Operations

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Admiralty Order 2203-02
RE: Artwork Approval – UPDATED

Admiralty Order 1406-01 is hereby rescinded and replaced with the following Order.

For the purposes of our corporate compliance with signed license agreements and to improve and continue our standards of consistent quality with all Artwork, this Order shall serve as the updated approval process for all Artwork published by The Royal Manticoran Navy: The Official Honor Harrington Fan Association, Inc. (TRMN)

“Published” will be defined as the following:

• Any artwork posted on a TRMN-related Website such as logos, ship crests, coats of arms, insignia, awards, etc.
• Any artwork utilized in a TRMN related publication, printed or electronic.
• Any artwork utilized in TRMN marketing, printed or electronic.
• Any artwork for items business-related to TRMN.

All artwork meeting the above criteria will use the following process:

After creating the artwork, it must be submitted using the Artwork Approval Form (Form AO2203-01). An email address accepting the form will be listed upon said form. A specific group (office, division, or department), reporting directly or indirectly to the First Space Lord of the Royal Manticoran Navy, will be charged with processing all approvals on behalf of the organization.
All forms will be responded to within seventy-two hours to review all artwork submissions.
All form responses will lead with one of the following dispositions:
Approved w/ Changes
Request Further Information
If Approved, you may begin using the artwork immediately.
If Approved w/ Changes, you must implement all necessary changes identified in response and then begin using the new artwork immediately. These changes would be minor in nature and can be easily fixed.
If Rejected, a detailed reason shall be provided for the rejection. This must be a serious reason requiring more than a minor fix to the artwork in question. You may then make appropriate changes and resubmit.
If Request Further Information, the submitter must do their best to answer the request. A resubmission with the additional information is required.

This order is issued with an effective retroactive date of 22 February 2022.

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Naval Directive 22MA-01
RE: Artwork Approval Authority


In accordance with Admiralty Order 2203-02, the First Space Lord desires that responsibility for all artwork for The Royal Manticoran Navy and its affiliated branches and groups be assigned to the Office of the Deputy First Space Lord. All definitions of artwork outlined in the aforementioned Admiralty Order shall apply to this directive.

This directive is issued with an effective date of 2 March 2022.

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BuPers Directive 2203-02
Closing of the Office of Retention

After much discussion, I have decided to close the Office of Retention. I would like to thank every member that has served in the office over the years, you have been very helpful in attempts to get chapters to get higher engagement with their members.

I hearby award the Navy Achievement Medal to Captain (SG) Hagemeier, Commander Kling, and Warrant Officer Palmer.

Warrant Officer Palmer, you are hearby required to report to Kapitain der Sterne Zoeller to assume your new responsibility in the Office of Member Services as Personnelman.

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BuShips Directive 2203-04
Re: Appointment of Chief of Staff

Ladies and Gentleman of the Grand Alliance,

It is my pleasure to announce the appointment of Chief of Staff, Bureau of Ships, effective as of 0001 Hours on Monday, March 21st, 2022.

Captain Senior Grade Zachary McCauley, you are hereby ordered to report to the office of the Third Space Lord, Bureau of Ships, whereupon you shall assume the duties of Chief of Staff, Bureau of Ships, with all rights and responsibilities associated with that role.

Please report to my office, where we shall set up your desk and introduce you to the other members of the Bureau of Ships. You may still be embarked aboard HMS Valkyrie if you choose.

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FORCECOM Order 2203-A
Establishment and Activation of Marine Detachment, HMS Interloper (SD-460)

By my hand, and by the authority of the Sovereign, Queen of Manticore Elizabeth III, I hereby order the constitution and activation of a Marine Detachment aboard HMS Interloper (SD-460), Captain (JG) John Ryan Chambers , RMN commanding, effective 20 March, 2022.

The Interloper Marine Detachment will be a Company (Reinforced) – sized echelon, assigned to 1st Corps, 2nd Expeditionary Force, 2nd RMMC Rifle Regiment, The Gryphon Highlanders Regiment.

The command triad of MARDET Interloper will be as follows:

Company Commander – Second Lieutenant Brad Zeak, RMMC
Company Executive Officer – Captain Dan Spence, RMMC
Company NCOIC/Gunny – Staff Sergeant Zachary Sandau, RMMC

The members of MARDET Interloper are as follows:

Staff Sergeant Tara Suiter, RMMC
Platoon Sergeant Richard Krouser, RMMC
Platoon Sergeant Barry Taylor Jr., RMMC
Private First Class Aston Reynolds, RMMC
Private Lynn Dickson, RMMC
Private Chanel Krouser, RMMC
Cadet Ranger 3 Brad Zeak II, SFC

The following brevets are authorized:

Brad Zeak to Major, O-4
Zachary Sandau to First Sergeant, E-8

Congratulations, one and all.

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One of the few instances where a chapter can change the design of its crest is addition to the List of Honor. With HMS Demon achieving that distinction, the decision was made to revisit the crest design.

I am proud to present the new and improved crest for HMS Demon…

Nominations for HMS Unconquered

To: All Officers and Enlisted of the Royal Manticoran Navy
From: RADM Calabasas, GCE, MC, OC, RMN
Re: Nominations for HMS Unconquered Class of 2021 (BuShips Directive 2109-02)

Greetings ladies and gentlemen of the Grand Alliance,

Pursuant to Admiralty Order 1511-04, the Bureau of Ships is pleased to announce that nominations are now open for the HMS Unconquered’s Class of 2021. Nominations will be accepted at buships@trmn.org until 2359 CDT (GMT -0500) on 15 October 2021.

Nominations MUST be sent by a Royal Manticoran Naval Commissioned Officer holding the billet of Commanding Officer of a Light Attack Craft, Hyper-Capable Craft, Echelon, Fleet, Bureau, Navy, or Admiralty House. Nominations form allied navies regarding RMN personnel serving their vessels will also be accepted.

Eligibility requirements for each nominee include:

Nominee must have been a member of The Royal Manticoran Navy: The Official Honor Harrington Fan Association for at least one year.

Nominee must be a current or previous member of the Royal Manticoran Naval Branch and have served that branch for at least one full year.

Nominees not meeting the above requirements shall be deemed ineligible and dropped from consideration. Nominees from the Royal Manticoran Marine Corps are handled by the Marshal of the Corps’ Office per AO 1511-04.

Nominees from the Grayson Space Navy are handled by the Office of the High Admiral for the Protector’s Own nomination period, to be announced by the High Admiral.

The ideal nominee has made substantive contributions to the Star Kingdom in the shining example of Edward Saganami, himself. Equivalency in TRMN would be sustained, outstanding contributions with a high quality and service to the Organization as a whole.

The ideal nomination will have detailed information about the nominee and his or her specific contributions between the start of his or her membership up to 30 August 2021 and should include all dates of each action or contribution worthy of nomination. Nominations may also include letters of concurrent recommendation from other ranking officers that bore witness or were directly affected by those contributions.

The Bureau of Ships Committee for HMS Unconquered shall convene beginning 15 October 2021 to consider nominations received thus far. This committee is made up of the senior officers of the Bureau along with the sitting Annual Commanding Officer of Unconquered. The committee will also include representatives from the Bureau of Personnel to advise the committee. Please be advised that this committee shall render decisions based on the strength of the nomination for each nominee; it is therefore important that the nominations be as detailed as possible to provide said nominee with the best possible chance for selection and induction.

Nominations for the billet of Annual Commanding Officer of HMS Unconquered will not be accepted by this Committee. The selection of the Annual Commanding Officer is reserved for the Third Space Lord per Admiralty Order. Any endorsements or recommendations may be sent directly to the Third Space Lord at 3sl@trmn.org.

The Unconquered Class of 2021 and their Annual Commanding Officer shall be announced November 1st, 2021. Certificates shall be mailed to the individuals after announcements have been made.

If you should have any questions or require guidance on nominations, please contact buships@trmn.org, where the senior members of our staff will be happy to provide that information to you.

Nominations for The Protector’s Own

To: All Officers and Enlisted in the Grayson Space Navy, the Royal Manticoran Forces, Imperial Andermani Navy, Republic of Haven Navy and All Other Members of the Grand Alliance
From: High Admiral James Jones, GSN
Re: Protector’s Own Class of 2021 – Call for Nominations

Here Ye and Pray Attend All Grayson Citizens and All Members of the Grand Alliance:

I am pleased and honored to announce that the nomination period for the Protector’s Own is open, and will remain open until 23:59 EST 18 November 2021 (GMT -0500).

Any person, regardless of rank or branch, may submit nominations for the Protector’s Own.

The requirements for nomination:

Any Grayson may be nominated and considered for their contributions to the Grayson Space Navy and to the TRMN organization as a whole.

Those who are not Grayson may be eligible to be nominated for HMS Unconquered for their exemplary contributions to the TRMN organization as a whole, and nominations for them should be submitted to the Bureau of Ships for inclusion in this year’s deliberation. Nominations will be accepted at buships@trmn.org until 2359 CDT (GMT -0500) on 15 October 2021.

However, any TRMN member, of any rank and from any branch of service, may be nominated for the Protector’s Own, provided that they have profoundly benefitted, specifically, the Grayson Space Navy. Their nominations may include their contributions to TRMN, but the contributions to the GSN are the paramount requirement of the nomination and the decisive factor for their inclusion and in any deliberation.

It is preferred that the nominees have had at least 1 year in service to TRMN, but that will not be a bar from entry if the nomination thoroughly demonstrates exemplary contributions.

Please be as detailed as possible regarding the contributions of the nominee and how they have benefitted the GSN. Nominations must include the name and rank of the nominator and the full name of the nominee, including rank if known. It should have detailed information about the nominee’s specific contributions to the GSN and, if Grayson, to the TRMN as a whole. Please include dates and events or contributions, when possible. Any supporting documentation will be appreciated in the process and should be included in the nomination as attached files.

Nominations that are not detailed will be considered, but, will make the deliberation process more difficult and may hinder the nominee’s induction.

Please only submit one person per nomination email. Nominators may nominate as many members as they believe are worthy to receive this honor.
Individuals may not nominate themselves.
Please nominate any who you believe are worthy of this honor.

Protector’s Own Committee will be empaneled from current members of the Protector’s Own and members of the Office of the High Admiral. The Committee will begin deliberations on 19 November 2021.

The Command Triad for the Protector’s Own will be decided from all members of the Protector’s Own, including new inductees, except for those who are currently in the Protector’s Own Command Triad.

The Protector’s Own Class of 2021 and its Command Triad will be announced on 21 December 2021, in honor, and as part, of the Protector’s Birthday Celebrations.

Please send all nominations to ohagsn@gmail.com.

Chapter Reports

This is a reminder that your Chapter and MarDet reports are due between the 1st and 10th of every EVEN numbered month. One thing I found amazingly helpful when filling them out was to use an online document (Google Docs, Word Online) to keep things organized as they happened. Then, when the reporting month hit, I could just copy and paste them into the reports form, and be done. No trying to remember what happened two months ago at the last minute!

And a reminder that Marksmanship submissions are due the 20th of the month, so we have time to correlate and get things set for the award issuance.

Marines – you now have a new online form to fill out for Bi-Monthly reports. The link is below. It will send the reports to your command triad, your Ship’s CO and to ComForceCom. Please use this form to send in your report that is due on the 5th.

There is only one stipulation with the form at this time. Please do not use autofill. Autofill does not work properly and that information is deleted in the report. You can copy and paste information into the report but forgo the autofill function.


Course Challenge

2nd Fleet is proud to sponsor, and the Imperial Andermani Navy (IAN) is happy to coordinate, an organization-wide Course Challenge from February 1, 2022 to April 30, 2022. Individuals can earn points for each participating fleet or can participate individually as part of the “Grand Reserve Fleet”.

The challenge is simple. Registration will open on February 1, 2022. As soon as a member of the fleet registers, a member of our staff will access their MEDUSA record and note down the number of promotion points they have earned for BuTrain coursework as of the date of their registration. They then take BuTrain courses and as they do, their MEDUSA record will capture their growing total of promotion points (as laid out in AO 1707-01). At the end of the challenge, whichever fleet has earned the largest number of points wins. We will also announce the top individual point-earners.

We are also pleased to announce that an anonymous donor has contributed funds to allow us to send each participant who earns 4 points or more a handsome participation patch (under development). In addition, the top 3 point-earning TRMN members will be awarded GameStop gift cards! Let’s get some Gryphons on that list!

Upcoming Events

The Bureau of Planning is excited to announce the launch of ConStack. This cooperative project between BuPlan and BuComm is now a fabulous new tool that puts information about over 2,000 conventions at your fingertips. All members of TRMN and the public can view ConStack at:


If you see that an event is missing or has incorrect information, contact your Fleet’s BuPlan Intel Agent or Branch Liaison and they will get it updated.

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Marksmanship Update

By order of CO 2nd Fleet, the following marksmanship awards are issued effective 1 April, 2022:


  • S3C Nathan A CAMARDA, RMN HMS Interloper
  • CPO David PELLETIER, RMN HMS Hexapuma
  • S1C Faith M EHEART, RMN HMS Hotspur
  • 2LT Brad Anthony ZEAK Sr, RMMC HMS Interloper


  • CIVILIAN Christine Joy CHAMBERS, SFC HMS Interloper
  • CIVILIAN Kassandra Rose CHAMBERS, SFC HMS Interloper


  • CPO Danielle E OSTACH, RMN HMS Demon

The Tradition Lives!

For CO 2nd Fleet:

Issued by:

Senior Chief Petty Officer, RMN
2nd Fleet Range Officer

Gryphon’s Wings Fleet Relief Project

On May 23rd we launched the Gryphon’s Wings Fleet Relief Project. The response has been overwhelming, and I am humbled by the generosity of our members.

We are currently in the midst of a Global pandemic. However, while we are all in the same storm, we are navigating the waters on different ships. Sometimes these waters will be more than we can handle on our own, and we need an extra hand on deck. We want you to know that the 2nd fleet is here for you. 

To that end, we are asking for donations to create an emergency relief fund to be used for TRMN 2nd Fleet members. This fund’s target is to provide immediate short term relief of an urgent crisis. For example: Sending someone grocery money for a weeks worth of groceries (as a lot of food banks are running out of food, short on volunteers, and closing), providing gas money for a week so someone can still travel back and forth providing care-giving to a family member, covering the co-pay cost of a doctors visit, and other small emergency expenses. Anything helps. I am asking for a $5 monthly commitment – the cost of a Starbucks coffee – to assist. Please join me, and those who have already donated, in making TRMN more than just a fan group. Click here, or the banner below, to donate. Meet the Test.

At the same time, we know some are being affected by the effort to combat the virus,including job loss, other reduction of income, medical difficulties, etc. This can result in a tough choice between shelter, transportation, food, or medical care. That is an impossible choice no one should be required to face, and we want to help how we can.

To apply for a Visa Gift Card for you or another member, please click here.

Only the 2nd Fleet CO will see who the requester and/or the potential recipient is.  This will never be held against you in any way. We don’t ask for or expect repayment. This is not charity, we are simply keeping the RMN tradition of seeing that a Queen’s Navy is well rested, well fed, and healthy before going into battle. And this is a battle where victory will be measured in not just survivors but in the quality of that survival.

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To request assistance, please click here.

March Honors – Awards

Parliamentary Medal of Valor

William Knight, Earl White Lion

Admiralty Order 2203-03: Parliamentary Medal of Valor Citation

On July 19, 2021, Earl White Lion was traveling on the highway in New Mexico when he came upon a truck pulled over by the side of the road. The truck was, according to the Earl, “smoking profusely,” and he observed the driver opening the hood. The truck was carrying as a cargo 30,000 pounds of hay. By the time Earl White Lion had safely pulled his car over to render assistance—crossing six lanes of active highway traffic on foot to render said assistance, he observed that the engine was now on fire and the driver was attempting to put the fire out with a hand-held fire extinguisher. The Earl quickly assessed that the fire was out of control, and threatened the safety of both the driver and himself if they stayed. He convinced the driver to withdraw from the area.

While doing so he was proven correct, when the engine suffered a minor explosion. 15 seconds after that a fuel tank ruptured and sprayed burning fuel into the area the driver (and Earl White Lion) had just been standing in. It also sprayed fuel across multiple sections of the road, shutting down traffic lanes.

Earl White Lion then contacted 911, and began directing traffic to avoid the affected areas. When Santa Fe Fire Department officials arrived on scene, it took them two hours to put out the fire, and a spokesman described the truck as being “fully engulfed in flame.”

The incident was also reported on national news service

The statement from Mr. Salazar confirms the danger of the situation: “He proceeded to help me gather my thoughts and move away from the vehicle before the fuel tanks went up…”

But for the actions of Lord William, Mr. Salazar would have been standing next to his truck attempting to put the fire out when the brake line exploded and the fuel tank ruptured, and he would have been covered in burning gasoline. With no one having called 911 and no other passersby present at the time to assist, it is almost certain that he would have suffered life ending injuries. Mr. Salazar, by any reasonable judgment, owes his life to Lord William’s actions. The Earl also took control of the scene and helped ensure that vehicles were aware of the hazard, preventing further injuries.

In addition, while it is not required by the award that the TRMN member be put in danger themselves, Lord William clearly was willing to put himself in danger as well. But for his judgment in the critical moment, he would have been in the area that was covered in burning gasoline as well, and suffered the same injuries. He was willing to risk injury to himself to render aid to a bystander.

The Houses of Parliament have voted to award the Parliamentary Medal of Valor to William Knight, Earl White Lion for these actions.

In Honour of the Queen!

Martin Lessem, KSK, GCR, GCE, SC, DSO, CGM
Admiral of the Fleet, RMN
First Lord of the Admiralty
Grand Duke of Lynx & New Scania

Navy Achievement Medal


Manticoran Combat Action Medal

12th & 13th Award

RADM Wayne BRUNS, RMN HMS Invincible

8th Award


6th Award


4th Award


3rd Award

ENS Robert B HALL Sr, RMN HMS Interloper

2nd Award

CPO James Matthew FORGIE, RMN HMS Interloper

Ranks on awards are listed at the time of award, and may have changed by publication.

March Honors – Promotions

Congratulations are extended to the following members on the occasion of their promotions as noted.

Flag Promotions

Tiffany Kampersal, RMN, HMS Hexapuma to Lieutenant Junior Grade

HMS Hexapuma

  • Eric Thompson to Petty Officer 3rd Class, effective 24 March, 2022
HMS Havoc

HMS Interloper

  • Oksana Comtois to Spacer 2nd Class, effective 14 March, 2022
  • Terra R. Chambers to Spacer 1st Class, effective 25 March, 2022
  • James Fisher to Spacer 1st Class, effective 25 March, 2022
  • Joe Strange to Civilian Two, effective 25 March, 2022
HMS Vixen

HMS Vixen

  • Anthony Lee Gillian to Spacer 1st Class, effective 7 March, 2022

Fleet Command & Staff Information

CO, Gryphon Fleet

CO, Gryphon Fleet


Rear Admiral of the Green Geoffrey Strayer, GCE, KR, SC, OG, CGM, GS

Baron Oak Forest

XO, Gryphon Fleet

XO, Gryphon Fleet

Rear Admiral of the Green Wayne Bruns, GCE, OM, KCGL, MC, OC, CR, SC, OG, CGM, GS, QBM, CBM, PC

Baron Grosvenor

Bosun, Gryphon Fleet

Bosun, Gryphon Fleet


Senior Master Chief Intelligence Mate
Kevin Walsh, NS, QBM

Chief of Staff


Captain, Senior Grade Kerry Kuhn

Flag Captain


Captain, Junior Grade Christina Swanson

Flag Lieutenant


Captain Junior Grade Kerry Kuhn

Fleet Medical NCOIC


PO2 Steven Bobula

Intelligence Specialist


Lieutenant Commander David Oliver Kling

JAG Ombudsman




CPO Christina R Doane

Operations Officer


Lieutenant Commander Patrick Giese

Personnel Officer

Captain (SG)
Jamey Salsberg

Range Officer


Senior Master Chief Intelligence Mate
Kevin Walsh, NS, QBM

RMACS Liaison


Captain, Junior Grade Christina Swanson

Training Officer


Senior Chief Petty Officer
Derek Firehawk Sauls

Gryphon Fleet Order of Battle

Task Force 21

Covering Minnesota, Wisconsin, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Task Group 21.1 shoulder patch

Task Group 21.1

Destroyer Squadron 265

HMS Javelin (DD-264), Big Lake, MN
HMS Lodestone (DD-64), Elk River, MN
HMS Merlin (CA-270), St. Cloud, MN

Independent Commands

HMS Hellhound (DD-446), St. Paul, MN
HMS Invincible (SD-455), Plymouth, MN
HMS Intrepid (SD-463), Willmar, MN
HMS Leonidas (BC-584), Grand Forks, ND
HMS Valkyrie (SD-355), Minneapolis, MN

Task Group 21.2 shoulder patch

Task Group 21.2

Independent Commands

HMS Borzoi (DD-438), River Falls, WI
HMS Gawain (DD-481), Madison, WI
HMS Musashi (BC-775), Milwaukee, WI

Task Force 22

Covering Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and the Lower Peninsula of Michigan

Task Group 22.1 shoulder patch

Task Group 22.1

LAC Wing 62

GSNLAC Lilla Björn, Marquette, MI
HMLAC Scythe, Portage, Indiana

Independent Commands

HMS Apollo (CL-80), Lafayette, IN
HMS Gryphon (SD-153), Indianapolis, IN
HMS Hotspur (DD-02), Rantoul, IL
HMS Samurai (CL-356), Goshen, IN
HMS Wolfhound (DD-437), Mt. Prospect, IL

Task Group 22.2 shoulder patch

Task Group 22.3

Cruiser Division 711

HMS Death Claw (CA-437), Cincinnati, OH HMS Sabrepike (CA-417), Franklin, OH

Independent Commands

HMS Ajax (BC-545), Windsor, Ontario HMS Beowulf (BC-739), Lansing, MI HMS Enterprise (BC-480), Rochester Hills, MI HMS Galahad (DD-478), Columbus, OH HMS Helen (BC-570), Fruitport, MI
Task Group 22.4

Task Group 22.4

Independent Commands

HMS Demon (CLAC-62), Des Plaines, IL HMS Hexapuma (CA-412), Rockford, IL HMS Interloper (SD-460), Muncie, IN HMS Vixen (DD-174), Chicago, IL

Echelon Commanders

Task Force 21

Task Force 21

RADM Wayne Bruns

Task Group 21.1

Task Group 21.1

CAPTSG Jill McTavish

Destroyer Squadron 265

Destroyer Squadron 265

CAPTSG Paladin Meyer

Task Group 21.2

Task Group 21.2

CAPTJG Timothy Bailey

Task Force 22

Task Force 22

CDRE Justin Dupras

Task Group 22.1

Task Group 22.1

CAPTSG Michael Flanagan

Task Group 22.3

Task Group 22.3

CAPTSG Jackie Snedden

Cruiser Division 711

Cruiser Division 711

CAPTJG Kevin Johnson

Task Group 22.4

Task Group 22.4

CAPTSG Samuel Dietzmann

Gryphon Fleet