The Gryphon's Beak

January, 2020

RADM Flag

Flag Sends

Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone be a living thing, asserting itself with ever-growing insistency. Remember that our sons and our grandsons are going to do things that would stagger us. Let your watchword be order and your beacon beauty.

-Daniel Burnham, 1910

With the beginning of 2020 upon us, I wanted to talk about what plans I have for the Fleet moving forward. These are, admittedly, ambitious. I believe in what Burnham said, we need to make big plans, and strive to meet them. This way, should we fall short, we still did more than we might otherwise have accomplished.

So, in order of importance, here are the Fleet Objectives for 2020.

Begin A Fundraising Campaign – this will be the core of much that comes later. We have, approximately, 1100 people in the fleet. My goal is that 100 of these people commit to $5.00 a month in donations. That level would produce $6000 by the end of 2020, and place us on a financial footing to do a lot of good things. From donations to Big Cat Rescue, to fully funding fleet coins, to setting up ‘welcome kits’ for new chapters, we would be able to help our members, and be a bigger force for good in the organization and the world as a whole.

For this, I am looking at Patreon as an example. Funding that way is easier than asking people to click a button every month, and Patreon is a secure platform. I have reached out to JAG Parker to hammer out the legal and RMN issues with how we proceed. We may use Patreon itself, or a similar method over PayPal, or something else, it remains to be seen which process is best for our needs.

Design & Stock New Fleet Coins – we are low on the excellent coins we have been using. Sadly, the order of a new coin run is not an inexpensive proposition. A ballpark for 300 coins is $1200. With the above funding plan, we could potentially order these in March…

NASFIC Columbus 2020 – Each year that WorldCon is outside the US, there is a NASFIC convention. In 2020, that convention is in Columbus, OH. Since Columbus is in Second Fleet, we need to be a presence there. I have commitments from HMS Demon’s Bosun to attend, and I plan to be there as well. I hope we can have a fairly large group showing up to represent David and the RMN. It’s not inexpensive, admittedly, but it is something I feel is highly important to do. More on that will be posted all year.

Fleet Growth – I know, this is the one thing that is specifically listed as a duty, and I list it last. I want to keep the eye on this particular ball all year, but we need to do it right. I consider the way we grow to be as important as how much we grow. I want our chapters to be alive, vibrant places where members feel at home, not the kind of place where folks forget they even joined. To that end, let’s be purposeful about growth. I want us to have a core in place – some unifying thing – before a chapter launches. I want to add people to chapters who fit that chapter – if we have a quiet, bookish chapter, adding adventure sports junkies might not be a great fit, and vice versa.

By no means should we turn people away! We are, and must always be, open, accepting, and affirming. Membership is always open to all. My concern is that if we cram people into chapters where they don’t feel at home, we contribute to stagnation. Let’s focus on growing with chapters that share a commonality that would keep them together without TRMN. We can be a framework, but shouldn’t be the glue.

So, that is what I want to accomplish this year. I believe in accountability – if you have a passion for some aspect of this, let CoS McCauley and myself know! I, in this role, have to hold expectations of the command triads, and that is always a two way street. Hold my feet to the fire for the projects you are passionate about!

We only move forward if we all move in the same direction. I hope this beginning of a road map helps provide some insight into what I feel is needed.

2020…it can be a lot of things, let’s make it a great one for Second Fleet!

Comings & Goings

Gryphon Fleet Order 1912-A

Welcome and congratulations to Rear Admiral of the Red Wayne Bruns, Baron Grosvenor as the new CO, Task Force 21. Fleet extends thanks and a deep appreciation to Commodore Dame Ann Erikson for her work in the role, and wishes her well in her future work down in Third Fleet!

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Supply Directive 1911-25

Congratulations to Lieutenant (SG) Aaron Butt on his appointment to the position of RHN Liaison to the Seventh Space Lord of the Admiralty.

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BuShips Directive 1912-02

Petty Officer First Class Antonio Remaly, having completed the requisite coursework, and having stepped up to replenish vacancy in the required officer corps aboard HMS Apollo, CL-80, you are hereby Brevetted to the rank of Ensign, Royal Manticoran Navy.

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Gryphon Fleet Order 1912-D

Welcome to our new chapter, HMLAC Banturon, LAC-034! Corpsman Petty Officer 2/c John Ryan Chambers, RMN, you are hereby directed and required to proceed aboard HMLAC Banturon, there to take upon yourself the duties and responsibilities of Commanding Officer. Fail not in this charge at your peril. You are brevetted to the rank of O-3 LIEUTENANT SENIOR GRADE with the commissioning of this vessel.

The following personnel are assigned to HMLAC Banturon:

LTSG John CHAMBERS, Commanding Officer

MCPO Jeffrey HUGHES, Bosun

S3C Jonathan ATKINS

CR1 Kayleigh Elizabeth HUGHES, SFC

Welcome to Gryphon Fleet, and best wishes to LAC and crew for good hunting!

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BuShips Directive 1912-04

Congratulations to Commander Christina Swanson and Lieutenant JG Scott Somerville on their appointment as CO and XO, respectively, of HMS Gryphon! Further congratulations on their promotions to Captain (JG) and Commander! Thank you to outgoing CO Captain Joseph Kaplan, RHN for his service as CO.

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ForceCom Order 1912-B & C

Congratulations to the Gryphon Highlanders selected as Regimental Marines of the Year. For outstanding performance of duty and extraordinary professionalism while serving in the Royal Manticoran Marine Corps from January 2019 through December 2019, The following Marines are selected as the Marine of the year for Calendar year 2019. These members are recognized throughout their respective Regiments and Fleet as a team player, who is committed to their duties and the welfare of their Marines.

COL Bryar NELSON, RMMC MARDET Invincible

MSGT Jessica GAZDIK, RMMC MARDET Valkyrie

February Reports

This is a reminder that your Chapter and MarDet reports are due between February 1st and February 10th. 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!

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 June 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.

https://buships.trmnbureaus.info/rmmc/

Fleet Staff Needed

We are going to be reposting this in the new year, and will have a lot more information, and postions.

Stay tuned!

Blood Drive Flyers!

BuComm-Approved blood drive flyers are available!

Each poster is available in 11 x 17 as a form-fillable PDF. Just enter your specific details, and your customized Blood Drive flyer is ready to go!

I want to thank SMAJ Brad Handley, MARDET Ajax, for spearheading the project, coming up with the idea and providing excellent suggestions on changes to the design. There is a ready-to-use version linked below:

Blank TRMN Blood Drive poster
Sample filled TRMN Blood Drive poster

Upcoming Events

Winter War

Champaign, IL January 25 – 27, 2020

Capricon

Wheeling, IL February 13 – 16, 2020

NASFIC

Columbus, OH August 20 – 23, 2020

ConVergence

Minneapolis, MN August 20 – 23, 2020

WindyCon

Lombard, IL November 13 – 15, 2020

Fleet events listed in bold. Admiralty in bold-italic.

Have your ship, echelon, or fleet upcoming events promoted here!

We just need the event name and date sent to co@gryphonfleet.org! We want to promote you!

Posters like this are available (TF-levels are pre-approved!), as are Gryphon & Planet posters, and more! Send over a request and email, and your posters will be emailed (or cloud-drive links will be) straight away!

Manual Release

No, this isn’t the bypass for the automated missile launch systems.

From the Third Space Lord:

“It is my pleasure to announce the completion and release of the Commanding Officers’ Manual, presented by the Bureau of Ships. This guide was re-written, from scratch, in order to provide a nexus of all the information pertaining to the duties of Commanding Officers of all Ships within the Grand Alliance. Although this is geared towards Commanding Officers and their command teams, there is a plethora of ideas and information that would be helpful to all members in the organization. I highly encourage anyone and everyone to browse through it.

“This manual also lays out the process for creating, commissioning, and operating a chapter, to include all the steps that a team must take, and what our general flow is regarding said chapter creation. Hopefully this will allow us all to work more smoothly, and have less surprises down the road.

“Additionally, it was decided to create the manual in Wiki format, as to allow us to more quickly update information as needed whenever shifts in policy occur. This allows us to have a quicker turnaround when it comes to getting the new information in there, and help apply new policies and doctrines to chapter operations.

“For the CO’s Manual, please use this link: http://wiki.trmn.org/wiki/index.php/BuShips:CO_Manual

“I would like to thank the rest of the BuShips staff, Space Lords, Fleet CO’s, JAG, and Royal Council for their assistance and review. And a special thanks to Commodore Doss Buckalew and Senior Master Chief Plotting Mate Lori Bonilla for their hard work with editing and “wikificaiton” of the Manual.”

Black Sphinx Cup Announcement

TO: Her Majesty’s Officers and Enlisted assigned to all Naval Districts, and those Officers and

Enlisted serving Navies Allied with the Star Kingdom of Manticore.

FR: VADM McCovey Cove, GCE, KCR, RMN, Deputy First Space Lord

RE: Status of the Black Sphinx Cup (Naval Directive 19NO-01)

Attention:

This Naval Directive rescinds the 1SL Intelligence Memorandum dated 7 January 2016, subject “The Inaugural 2016 Black Sphinx Cup and all Fleet Cups” wherein the Black Sphinx Cup was created and perpetuated.

This year will mark the final Black Sphinx Cup competition within the Royal Manticoran Navy. After receiving overwhelming negative feedback from many members of our organization, along with confirmed reports of activities in opposition to the spirit of the competition, have led to little choice in ending this event once the 2019 winner has been determined and announced.

On behalf of Fleet Admiral Boundary Waters, we would like to thank the tireless efforts of all of the members and chapters who participated in the Cup challenges of this year and years past, to those members who acted as challenge liaisons for their chapters, directors for their fleets, and the intelligence staff officers who worked alongside Sir Steven Rosenthal to conduct the Black Sphinx Cup. We would also like to thank and acknowledge the work of Sir Zach Perkins for founding the Cup in the spirit of fostering healthy participation amongst our members.

Numbered Fleet Headquarters are at their discretion to consider and execute their own events in 2020. Our office is already on plans for 2021; a yearlong event designed to promote and preserve collaboration and cooperation above competition.

Questions or concerns regarding this directive are to be directed to the Deputy First Space Lord.

In Service to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth III of the Star Kingdom of Manticore, and Empress Elizabeth I of the Star Empire of Manticore,

Michael D. Garcia, GCE, KCR, OC, SC, OG, CGM, GS

Vice Admiral of the Red, RMN

Deputy First Space Lord of the Royal Manticoran Navy

The Right Honorable The Lord McCovey Cove

By Direction:

Laura Lochen, KSK, KDR, KDE, MC, SC, DSO, CGM, QBM

Fleet Admiral of the Red, RMN

First Space Lord of the Royal Manticoran Navy

The Most Honorable The Countess of Boundary Waters

Flag Thoughts On The BSC Announcement

I agree with this decision.

While I am tempted to leave it there, I feel that you need to know more about why I supported this decision, and why I believe this was the right course of action for the organization as a whole.

Using competition to increase camaraderie and cooperation is, at best, a challenge. When some form of award is introduced, there is a set of the population that switches to a ‘must win at all costs’ mentality. This is the same mentality that sees nothing wrong with stealing signs, under-inflating footballs, or paying people to admit your child to a college. This kind of behavior is wired into us at some level, and that it presented itself in the RMN is not to be unexpected, especially in a competition.

So while the goals of the BSC were noble – and we did, at the individual chapter level, see increases in participation in some chapters – the reality is that it was going to have the problems that led to it being ended. That was unavoidable.

We have seen, across the organization, people caught undermining others, cheating, seeking to upend the rules to benefit themselves, complaining, and generally not behaving as we expect our friends and members to behave. There are, due to how reality works, issues with scoring (percentage vs raw numbers – each favors one kind of chapter). There are issues with accessibility, issues with objective scoring (what I like as opposed to a set bar), issues with many, many things.

So it is being ended, to help the organization as a whole heal some.

I have, since this was first floated in a FCO meeting, been in favor of the decision to end the BSC. I believe we can find ways to achieve the intended, positive, results with internal, non-competitive, activities. I want to explore these over the course of 2020. We, as a fleet, need to first decide if some form of internal competition is desired, and then what shape that may take.

Whatever we decide, until the 1SL puts out the new Fleet E guidance, we won’t be making any final decisions. The BSC existed for two reasons – a mechanism to award the Fleet E, and a way to build activity. The first reason is changing with the end of the formal competition…we need to work with that change to achieve the second reason.

Stay tuned – I have some ideas that we can work with to make whatever changes happen work for us, and we have some great people in the Fleet – both in official leadership roles and in the general membership – who will have ideas on how to proceed in a way that is beneficial to the membership, individually and collectively.

We will take this change, and use it to continue our tradition of excellence.

Finally, a resounding Thank you to all the BSC participants, coordinators, and leaders over the years! You have all kept us Second to None!

Crossed pulsars

Marksmanship Update

By order of CO 2nd Fleet, the following marksmanship awards are issued effective 20 December, 2019:

Marksman, Certificate Level:

PISTOL:

Pistol Category

  • LCPL Matt LAUER, MARDET Valkyrie
  • PO2 Amy KAMINSKI, HMS Valkyrie

RIFLE:

Rifle Category

  • CAPT Matthew HELLENDRUNG, MARDET Valkyrie

Marksman, Sharpshooter Level

PISTOL:

Grenade Launcher Category

  • RADM Wayne BRUNS, HMS Invincible

Pistol Category

  • CAPTJG Rick MATHENY, HMS Invincible

RIFLE:

Rifle Category

  • FSMCPO Kevin WALSH, HMS Hotspur

Marksman, Expert Level

PISTOL:

Pistol Category

  • FSMCPO Kevin WALSH, HMS Hotspur

RIFLE:

Rifle Category

  • S2C David BERLIEN, HMS Valkyrie

Marksman, High Expert Level

PISTOL:

Flechette Gun Category

  • CDR Arthur HENECKE, HMS Valkyrie

The Tradition Lives!

For CO 2nd Fleet:

Issued by:
KEVIN WALSH, NS
Senior Chief Petty Officer, RMN
2nd Fleet Range Officer

December Honors – Awards

Gryphon Star

S2C Marc MALNEKOFF, RMN HMS Demon
CDR Jeff Alan SMITH, RMN HMS Samurai
LTCDR Stephen P MILLER, RMN HMS Samurai
ENS Stephen BEALS, RMN HMS Samurai

Queen's Bravery Medal

CAPTJG James MOYER, RMN HMS Death Claw

Conspicuous Bravery Medal

S2C Marc MALNEKOFF, RMN HMS Demon

Meritorious Service Medal

WindyCon 2019

S1C Samuel DIETZMANN, RMN HMS Demon

Regimental Marines of the Year

COL Bryar NELSON, RMMC MARDET Invincible
MSGT Jessica GAZDIK, RMMC MARDET Valkyrie

Navy Commendation Decoration

WindyCon 2019

CDRE Sherman DAY, RMN HMS Demon
SCWO Ursula DAY, RMN HMS Demon

Service to Office of Awards

CPO Christina R DOANE, RMN HMS Beowulf

Navy Achievement Medal

WindyCon 2019

S1C Ordo MANCER, RMN HMS Wolfhound

Fleet Excellence Award, Gold

HMS Valkyrie

Prisoner of War Medal

WindyCon 2019

S2C Marc MALNEKOFF, RMN HMS Demon

Masadan Occupation Medal

WindyCon 2019

CPO Tiffany KAMPERSAL, RMN HMLAC Scythe

Klingon Toys For Tots 2019

CAPTJG Justin F. DUPRAS, RMN HMS Demon
RADM Geoffrey STRAYER, RMN HMS Demon
LCPL Martin TIZURA, RMMC MARDET Demon
SCPO Rick WATERSON, RMN HMS Demon

Havenite War Campaign Medal

Grand Rapids Comic-Con 2019

ENS Stephen BEALS, RMN HMS Samurai
LTSG Sophia BULL, RMN HMS Valkyrie
CPO Christina R DOANE, RMN HMS Beowulf
S3C Jack FROST, RMN HMS Beowulf
SGTMAJ Brad HANDLEY, RMMC MARDET Ajax
CAPTSG Rex HOOD Jr, RMN HMLAC Scythe
PO2 Tracy Lynn MCCLURE, RMN HMS Helen
LTCDR Stephen P MILLER, RMN HMS Samurai
KdS Charles SHANANAQUET II, IAN HMS Beowulf
CDR Jeff Alan SMITH, RMN HMS Samurai
CPL Scott WALKOTTEN, RMMC HMS Helen
FKpt David WESTOVER, IAN HMS Beowulf

Havenite Operational Service Medal

WindyCon, 2019

1LT Thomas PAUKSTIS Jr, RMMC MARDET Demon
LCPL Martin TIZURA, RMMC MARDET Demon
S3C Lisa WIEDEMANN, RMN HMS Demon

Manticoran Combat Action Medal

2nd Award

LTSG John CHAMBERS, RMN HMLAC Banturon

Enlisted Space Warfare Pin

ENS Dylan BRADLEY, RMN HMS Valkyrie
S1C Samuel DIETZMANN, RMN HMS Demon

December Honors – Promotions

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

HMS Ajax

  • Linda L Martelle to Spacer 2nd Class, effective 9 November, 2019

  • Michael Spagnuolo to Private 1st Class , effective 9 November, 2019

HMS Demon

  • Shana Border to Spacer 2nd Class, effective 3 December, 2019

  • Jessica Chadwick to Spacer 2nd Class, effective 3 December, 2019

  • Louisa Feimster to Spacer 2nd Class, effective 3 December, 2019

  • Mike McCain to Private First Class, effective 3 December, 2019

HMS Galahad

  • John Edward Adkins to Petty Officer 2nd Class, effective 2 December, 2019

  • Steven Bobula to Petty Officer 2nd Class, effective 2 December, 2019

HMS Helen

  • Robert Maniscalco to Private First Class, effective 24 December, 2019

HMS Invincible

  • Jennifer Bergk to Chief Master-at-Arms Mate, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Sally Duval to Chief Intelligence Mate, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Pete Hartz to Chief Electronic Warfare Mate, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Michael Heck to Chief Electronic Warfare Mate, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Chris Jaeger to Chief Petty Officer, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Donna Lang to Chief Petty Officer, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Kay Mead to Chief Disbursing Cler, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Eric Peterson to Chief Missile Mate, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Liz Prather to Chief Damage Control Mate, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Dominic Doody to the rank of Consular Staff, effective 14 December, 2019

  • Elizabeth McGuire to Petty Officer 2nd Class, effective 14 December, 2019

  • Ann Randolph to Petty Officer 3rd Class, effective 14 December, 2019

HMS Javelin

  • Justin Robert Brown to Spacer 1st Class, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Joe Gapen to Spacer 1st Class, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Nancy Gapen to Spacer 1st Class, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Davi Nickolas Munroe to Spacer 1st Class, effective 28 December, 2019

HMS Merlin

  • Karen Tippett to Spacer 1st Class, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Kimberlee Lynn White to Spacer 1st Class, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Melissa Ann Tenvoorde to Spacer 2nd Class, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Scott Peter to Senior Clerk, effective 30 November, 2019

  • Andy Roy Anderson to Missile Mate 1/c, effective 28 December, 2019

  • Hutton W Tomporowski to Spacer 2nd Class, effective 28 December, 2019

Fleet Command & Staff Information

CO, Gryphon Fleet

CO, Gryphon Fleet

co@gryphonfleet.org

Rear Admiral of the Red
Geoffrey Strayer
KDE, KR, SC, CGM, GS

XO, Gryphon Fleet

XO, Gryphon Fleet

Vacant
Bosun, Gryphon Fleet

Bosun, Gryphon Fleet

bosun@2ndfleet.trmn.org

Senior Master Chief Intelligence Mate
Kevin Walsh, NS, QBM

Chief of Staff

cos@gryphonfleet.org

Captain, Senior Grade Zach McCauley

Flag Captain

Vacant

JAG Ombudsman

ombudsman@2ndfleet.trmn.org

Captain Larry Dale French Sr
GCE, RMMC

Legalman

legalman@2ndfleet.trmn.org

CPO Christina R Doane

Intelligence Specialist

intel@2ndfleet.trmn.org

Lieutenant Commander David Oliver Kling

Personnel Officer

co@hmsinvincible.trmn.org

Captain (SG)
Jamey Salsberg
KDE, MC, OC

Training Officer

bosun@hmsgryphon.trmn.org

Senior Chief Petty Officer
Derek Firehawk Sauls

Range Officer

marksmanship@2ndfleet.trmn.org

Senior Master Chief Intelligence Mate
Kevin Walsh, NS, QBM

RMACS Liaison

ascl@gryphonfleet.org

Commander
Christina Swanson
KDE, CBM

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

LAC Wing 30

HMLAC Gungnir, Willmar, MN
HMLAC Superior, Duluth, MN
SMLAC Arminius, Minneapolis, MN

Battle Squadron 1

HMS Imperatrix (SD-457), Minneapolis, MN
HMS Invincible (SD-455), Plymouth, MN
HMS Valkyrie (SD-355), Minneapolis, MN

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 Juno (BC-726), Willmar, MN
HMS Leonidas (BC-584), Grand Forks, ND
HMS Unicorn (CLAC-30), Rochester, 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 Demon (CLAC-62), Hammond, 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 22.2

Cruiser Division 711

HMS Death Claw (CA-437), Cincinnati, OH
HMS Hexapuma (CA-412), Mount Vernon, IN
HMS Sabrepike (CA-417), Franklin, OH

Independent Commands

HMS Galahad (DD-478), Columbus, OH
Task Group 22.2 shoulder patch

Task Group 22.3

Independent Commands

HMS Ajax (BC-545), Windsor, Ontario
HMS Beowulf (BC-739), Lansing, MI
HMS Enterprise (BC-480), Rochester Hills, MI
HMS Helen (BC-570), Fruitport, MI
HMS Roland (DD-476), Toledo, OH

Echelon Commanders

Task Force 21

Task Force 21

RADM Wayne Bruns

Task Group 21.1

Task Group 21.1

VACANT

Battle Squadron 1

Battle Squadron 1

CAPTSG Jill McTavish

Destroyer Squadron 265

Destroyer Squadron 265

CAPTSG Danielle Erikson

Task Group 21.2

Task Group 21.2

CAPTJG Timothy Bailey

Task Force 22

Task Force 22

CDRE Sherman Day

Task Group 22.1

Task Group 22.1

CAPTSG Michael Flanagan

Task Group 22.2

Task Group 22.2

CAPTSG Jimmy Nelson

Cruiser Division 711

Cruiser Division 711

CAPTJG Kevin Johnson

Task Group 22.3

Task Group 22.3

CAPTSG Jackie Snedden