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									                     Rear Admiral (Select) CJ Jaynes
                 U.S. Navy Naval Air Systems Command,
        Assistant Commander, Logistics and Industrial Operations
Rear Adm. (select) Jaynes is serving as the Assistant
Commander for Logistics and Industrial Operations, Naval Air
Systems Command. She is responsible for overseeing
logistics support efforts for both fielded and developmental
aviation systems.


Jaynes graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in
1979 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics
Education, followed by a Master’s degree in Mathematics in
1982. She was commissioned in March 1983 via the Officer
Candidate School in Newport, R.I., and was designated an
aeronautical engineering (maintenance) duty officer in 1985.
She was designated an Acquisition Professional Community
member in 1996 and received a Master’s in Business
Administration from Norwich University in 2008.


Operational tours include Training Squadron Eighty-Six (VT-86) in Pensacola, Fla.; Patrol
Squadron Five (VP-5) in Jacksonville, Fla.; Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department,
Mayport, Fla.; Commander Helicopter Wings Atlantic, Jacksonville, Fla.; Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Department, Diego Garcia; and officer-in-charge Commander, Strike Fighter Wing
Pacific, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment in Lemoore, Calif.


Jaynes’ acquisition tours include Naval Aviation Engineering Service Unit (NAESU) in
Philadelphia; Deputy Assistant Program Manager Systems Engineering for PMA-290, P-3 &
EP-3 Program Office; F/A-18 Program Integrator Defense Contract Management Command
Northrop Grumman, El Segundo, Calif.; assistant program manager Logistics for PMA-265,
F/A-18 & EA-18G Program Office; and PMA-265 F/A-18 Deputy Program Manager Fleet
Support. She assumed command of PMA-202, Aircrew Systems in June 2006. Under her
command, PMA-202 won the 2007 NAVAIR Commander’s National Award for Program
Management. She assumed command of PMA-213, Naval Air Traffic Management Systems in
2007. In July 2011, she reported as NAVAIR Assistant Commander for Logistics and Industrial
Operations.


Jaynes also completed the Naval War College Command and Staff (non-resident) program in
1995, and earned a Systems Engineering Certification from California Institute of Technology
Industrial Relations Center in 1999.

Her awards include the Legion of Merit (two), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious
Service Medal (four), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps
Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal (with Service Star), Global War on
Terrorism Service Medal, and numerous unit awards. She is authorized to wear the
Professional Aviation Maintenance Officer Warfare insignia.

								
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