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What does CHNAVPERS stand for?

CHNAVPERS stands for Chief of Naval Personnel (Washington)

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  • Military and Government

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CHIEF of Naval Personnel for the US Navy, Vice Admiral Mark E Ferguson, visited sailors at the Naval Support Activity Bahrain, Juffair, to discuss personnel issues and to thank them for their service.
Fleet; commanded USS Perry; served in Bureau of Navigation (1942-43), USS Indiana in Gilbert, New Hebrides, and Marshall Islands (1943-44), Amphibious Group 8, Seventh Fleet Amphibious Force (1944-45); participated in landings at Morotai, Leyte, and Lingayen; commanded VII Force in assault on Biak and Sansapor; responsible for landings in southwestern Luzon and Palawan, Philippines (1945); Assistant Chief of Naval Personnel (1945); commander, Battleships and Cruisers, Atlantic Fleet (1945-47); Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Personnel (1947-50); Commander in Chief, Atlantic and U.
Other Birthdays: David Atherton, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra music director, 58; television presenter Michael Barratt, 74; American actor Mel Gibson, 46; educationist Sir Roy Harding, 78 Admiral Sir Michael Layard, former Chief of Naval Personnel, 66; ballerina Anya Linden (Lady Sainsbury of Preston Candover), 69; German racing driver Michael Schumacher, 33; architect Robert Steedman, 73; BBC sports commentator David Vine, 73.