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Pacific Fleet, North Island, California; Commander, Navy Personnel Command, Millington, Tennessee; Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; USS Independence (CV 62); Naval Supply Systems Command, Arlington, Virginia; Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, San Diego, California; and USS Norfolk (SSN 714).
I had occasion to visit the Navy Personnel Command in Millington, Tennessee about a month ago.
Navy Personnel Command was scheduled to begin compiling the list of eligible Sailors for the fiscal year 2012 performance-based senior enlisted continuation board Aug.
Edward "Sonny" Masso, commander, Navy Personnel Command/deputy chief of naval personnel, visited the selection board center at Navy Personnel Command (NPC) to launch the newest version of the Electronic Military Personnel Records System, known as EMPRS-TR.
As of May 1, the Navy Personnel Command (NPC) Web site surpassed the 20 million visitor mark.
In the fall of 1992, Brigadier General Dubia became the Director of Officer Personnel Management Directorate, United States Total Army Personnel Command in Alexandria, Virginia.
Anthony (Toney) Williams receives the Civilian of the Year award from Navy Personnel Command, presented by Murray Rowe, Deputy Commander, Navy Personnel Command.
The Army announced in April that it will create a single command to perform the functions of the Total Army Personnel Command (PERSCOM) in Alexandria, Virginia, and the Army Reserve Personnel Command (AR-PERSCOM) in St.