KP Chesapeake Dinner Meeting 092006 by stariya

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									                       USMMA-AF Chesapeake Chapter
FORTUNE CENTER, 42 Idlewild Street, Bel Air, MD 21014
Tel: 410-893-0450 E-mail: kpchesapeake@comcast.net Web Site: www.kpchesapeake.com




                        KP Chessie                                News July 25, 2006
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Membership Dinner Meeting The USMMA-AF Chesapeake Chapter will enjoy social
fellowship, dinner and a business meeting on Wednesday September 20, 2006 beginning 6:00PM.
This event will be held in the main dining room at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute,
692 Maritime Boulevard Linthicum Heights, MD 21090 Ph: Toll Free (866)-629-3196 Web site:
http://www.ccmit.org/?SESS=35328b4dd9e64bdde7d6d5df08aca925               Download A Map With Written Directions.


Our featured speaker for this meeting:
    RADM Robert D. Reilly, Jr., Commander, Military Sealift Command




Click on the link to view video: We Are MSC http://www.msc.navy.mil/N00P/movie/

Meeting Agenda
6:00PM to 6:30PM - Social / Cash Bar
6:30PM to 7:00PM – Dinner (3 entrée unlimited buffet)
7:00PM to 7:20PM - Business Meeting
7:20PM to 8:00PM - Guest speaker- RADM Robert D. Reilly, Jr.
8:15PM - Conclusion

Please join us for this meeting. You are encouraged to invite spouses and guests. Pass the
word- all interested parties are welcome to attend!

Thank you for your RSVP to Gary G. Hicks ’76- President, at FORTUNE CENTER, 42 Idlewild
Street, Bel Air, MD 21014, Tel: 410-893-0450 E-mail: kpchesapeake@comcast.net .
An accurate headcount will assist us in our planning.
Dinner cost: $ 20.00/Chapter Member, $ 25.00/Non-Member,
$ 15.00/Chapter Member- KP Class of ’01-‘06 payable in advance or at the door-
cash or check payable to: KPChesapeake. RSVP DEADLINE September 13, 2006.
Ref: KP Chesapeake Dinner Meeting 092006     page 1 of 2   also KP Chessie News 072506        page 1 of 2
                       The KP Chesapeake Chapter Welcomes

Rear Admiral Robert D. Reilly Jr., USN
Commander
Military Sealift Command
  Rear Admiral Robert Dunham Reilly Jr., a native of Winnetka, Ill.,
comes from a family with more than a century of service in the U.S.
Armed Forces. Commissioned in 1975 through the Navy's Reserve
Officer Training Corps program, Rear Admiral Reilly first served
aboard USS Edson (DD946) as Combat Information Center Officer
and Damage Control Assistant.
  His other shipboard tours include commissioning USS Fletcher
(DD 992) as its first Operations Officer; Engineering Officer aboard
USS Sterett (CG 31); Executive Officer of USS John Young (DD
973); and as Commanding Officer, USS Halyburton (FFG 40).
  Rear Admiral Reilly's additional operational tours at sea include
duties as Flag Secretary, Cruiser Destroyer Group One, where he participated in the western Pacific
and Southwest Asia deployments of USS New Jersey (BB 62), USS Missouri (BB 63), and USS
Midway (CV 41) Battleship and Carrier Battle Groups; and command of Destroyer Squadron Fifty
(COMDESRON 50), homeported in the Kingdom of Bahrain. He also commanded Cruiser Destroyer
Group Two and the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Carrier Strike Group.
  Ashore, Rear Admiral Reilly has served as Fleet Readiness Assessment Officer, Commander, U.S.
Pacific Fleet staff in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Surface Warfare and Weapons Procurement Analyst,
Program Resource Appraisal Division (N81), Office of the Chief of Naval Operations; Surface Warfare
Junior Officer Assignment Branch Head (PERS 412), Bureau of Naval Personnel; Joint Operations
Division Pacific Command Division Chief, Joint Staff (J3); Director, Environmental Readiness, Chief
of Naval Operations (CNO N45); and as Deputy Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Information
Technology (CNO N098).
  In March 2006, Rear Admiral Reilly assumed command of Military Sealift Command (MSC).
 Rear Admiral Reilly earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of
Washington, and a Master's in Public Administration (National Resources) from the George
Washington University. He is also a 1993 graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.




Ref: KP Chesapeake Dinner Meeting 092006   page 2 of 2   also KP Chessie News 072506   page 2 of 2

								
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