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Shultz, is the prospective commanding officer of the ship and will lead the crew of 279 officers and enlisted personnel.
Julius "Jake" Washington, operations officer for Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest in San Diego, and prospective commanding officer of NAVFAC Midwest in Great Lakes, Ill.
Since August 2005, more than 390 prospective commanding officers (PCO) of surface ships, submarines, aviation squadrons and shore bases have attended DON "CIP Awareness" briefings.
Even though she was detailed to prospective commanding officer training, getting ready to take command of Opportune, she was not slated to become the first woman commanding officer.
After completing their tours as second in command, officers return once again to Newport for the next course of instruction--the Prospective Commanding Officer Course.