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Year of the Canadian Naval Centennial
photo by Penny Rogers, Lookout
Dan Deringer is practically a
household name here at CFB
Deringer honoured with award
Esquimalt. Deringer is synony-
mous with fund raising and a
charitable spirit, and for this he
has been duly recognized with Penny Rogers of the Year at the C-FAX 1070
a Citizen of the Year award. Staff writer Community Awards last week.
This award is presented to an
It couldn’t have been scripted individual who has shown out-
any better. In this naval centen- standing citizenship, usually
nial year, it just so happens through many years of contri-
that a defence team butions to the community. And
member was hon- this year the Mel Cooper Citizen
ored with the title of the Year Award went to Dan
of 2010 Citizen Deringer.
“My first impression when I
heard, really, was that they had
the wrong person. There are tons
of people down here who give so
much to the community but you
wouldn’t know that because they
do it so silently,” said Deringer,
who has worked in the Fleet
Maintenance Facility (FMF) for
the past 35 years.
For 15 years of those years,
Deringer has led the United Way
campaigns for DND, and has seen
the amount raised within FMF
increase to a staggering $170,000
Mel Cooper, an outstanding busi-
ness and community leader, said
he was proud to have his name on
the award that recognizes such a
“Dan’s FMF workmates are
proud of the more than $1 mil-
lion they have donated under his
conscientious, committed leader-
ship,” said Cooper. “Those of us
who have been part of the United
Way’s record-setting years know
DND’s contribution has been piv-
otal to the campaign’s success.”
Deringer has tried to make
many of the fundraising events
fun for his FMF counterparts.
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Nick Woloszczuk Like large ballerinas, CF Auxiliary Vessels Glendyne and Glendale “danced” for a crowd lining Seattle’s
firstname.lastname@example.org pier 66, during the city’s Maritime Festival.
Tugs venture south for races
Penny Rogers crowd that was a choreo- odd bump but this year Captain Bob Beauregard,
Staff writer graphed routine showing was good. No bumps. We who just had his 60 th
the maneuverability of raced safely,” said Kimmett. birthday, came in second
Two Canadian Forces the tugs. Because we’ve “I was on Glendyne and we overall. They did the race
tug boats wowed a large been really busy between placed fifth with Glendale in one minute, nine sec-
crowd as they went bow to Operation Podium and right behind us in sixth. It onds,” said Kimmett.
bow with other tugs in the getting ready for the was Glendyne’s best time The final crowning glory
Seattle Maritime Festival’s International Fleet Review, in her six-year history at for Glendyne came at
26th annual tugboat race. we only had one practice the festival.” the end of the festival.
For the past six years CF morning,” said Kimmett. But that wasn’t all Everyone in attendance
Auxiliary Vessel (CFAV) “But it went so well that at Glendyne and her crew had an opportunity to
Glendyne has been invit- the awards ceremony the had to show for them- vote for his or her favor-
ed to participate, but this race committee said it was selves. ite tug and for the fifth
year, because of a special the best demonstration of One more event pitting year, Glendyne brought
request from the Port of tug handling that they’d crew against crew was the home the People’s Choice
Seattle and the race com- ever witnessed.” emersion suit race. A team Award.
mittee, her sister ship, After the ballet was over of four was required to The Festival is a week-
Rose Brine CFAV Glendale also went. it was time to line up for suit up in survival suits, long event that draws
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May 17, 2010 LOOKOUT • 3
FDU(A) diver represented the best O
Virginia Beaton started out in underwa-
Trident ter engineering and battle
damage repair before mov-
Flags flew at half-mast ing into training. “Which is
in Formation Halifax and where I first got to know
across Canada in a somber Craig well. He was a great
acknowledgement of the guy. He was quiet but his
first Canadian Navy sailor actions spoke louder than
to fall in Afghanistan. his words.”
PO2 Craig Blake, age The two men worked
37, a clearance diver with together training navy div-
the Fleet Diving Unit ers, combat army divers
(Atlantic) (FDU(A)), died and Special Forces divers.
after an improvised explo- “Craig was directly
sive device (IED) detonat- responsible for the physi-
ed during a dismounted cal training and he took
operation on May 3, about great pride in that.
25 kilometres south- “Craig was a total pro-
west of Kandahar City, fessional. Craig was the
in the Panjwayi District. guy who would sit in the
The incident occurred at boat for hours and hours,
approximately 4:40 pm dressed in all the heavy
Kandahar time as PO2 equipment as the leading
Blake and his team were seaman standby diver. For
walking back to camp that instant reaction to an
after having dismantled emergency when some-
an IED near the village of thing could go terribly
Pay-e-Moluk. wrong, you could simply
PO2 Blake was serving tap Craig on the shoulder PO2 Craig Blake
with Task Force 1-10 and and he would respond.
had been in Afghanistan His job was priority one, pated in the Navy Fitness with his boys,” said PO1
for just a few weeks. and it was to make sure Challenge as the cyclist Walsh. “He wanted to
According to PO1 Paul other people were safe.” member of a triathlon give something back.”
Walsh, PO2 Blake’s com- PO2 Blake was well team competing in the In December 2008,
rades and friends in the known for his dedica- open category. His team, SSMHA presented PO2
diving unit will remember tion to physical fitness. named Waterwings, won Blake with the peewee
him as a dedicated sailor He was an enthusiastic that category. coach of the year award.
and a colleague whose cyclist who biked to work “He was really commit- The repatriation cer-
skills as a diver and as a in any weather. He greatly ted to what he thought emony for PO2 Blake
leader were exemplary. admired Lance Armstrong, was right and he never took place on Thursday
“His strong sense of seven-time winner of the quit….He was tough and May 6 at 8 Wing Trenton.
duty was what took him Tour de France. he was determined to see More than 30 members
to Afghanistan,” said PO1 things through.” of FDU(A) were pres-
Walsh, who has deployed PO2 Blake was also a ent, as well as dignitar-
to Afghanistan to dis- His strong sense hockey fan. “[During the ies including Michaëlle
mantle IEDs. “His country of duty was diving unit’s twice week- Jean, Governor General
asked him to go. He was ly hockey games,] Craig of Canada; Peter MacKay,
leader of a team, and he what took him to never really wore out the Minister of National
had a sense of duty to that blades of his skates, he Defence and VAdm Dean
Afghanistan. wore out the ankles. He McFadden, Chief of the
A native of Simcoe, ON, -PO1 Paul Walsh loved the sport.” Maritime Staff. The repa-
PO2 Blake joined the When PO2 Blake’s triation was preceded
navy in his late teens and elder son Cain began to by a ramp ceremony at
had been in the FDU(A)) “When the Tour de play hockey on a team in Kandahar Airfield on
since 2000. He and his France was happening, the Shearwater-Shannon Wednesday, attended
wife Priscilla have two Craig was always check- Minor Hockey Association by more than 1,500
sons, seven-year-old Ty ing the results whenever (SSMHA), the fleet Canadian and ISAF per-
and 14-year-old Cain. he had a break. He loved diver became a popular sonnel.
“Craig worked in all watching that race,” recalls and respected volunteer PO2 Blake was the
aspects of the diving PO1 Walsh. coach for peewee hockey. 143rd CF member to fall
branch,” said PO1 Walsh, In September 2008, “He coached so he could in Afghanistan since the
adding that PO2 Blake then MS Blake, partici- be involved in the sport mission started in 2002.
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torical icon in The Trotsky; plus a look at the
romantic comedy, Just Wright.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Since 1908, Robin Hood has been remade
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Scott had his work cut out for him. There
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known as Robin Hood, and for the most part
EDITORIAL ADVISOR the stories tend toward a glistening view of the
Lt(N) Michael McWhinnie 250-363-4006 past. Few have offered much in the way of grit Russel Crowe stars in the newest redition of Robin Hood.
or realism, mainly because he’s a romanticized Starring Jay Baruchel as Leon Bronstein, being urged by the military to turn over the
Published each Monday, under the authority figure, seen more often in tights than in any- the film is a unique teen comedy about a Iron Man technology for the good of the
of Capt(N) Marcel Hallé, Base Commander. thing practical. Montreal high school student who might nation, but Stark is afraid that in the wrong
Le LOOKOUT est publié tous les lundi, sous That’s what makes Scott’s adventure look just be the reincarnation of the Soviet and hands the armour could be a terrible thing,
l’égide du Capt(N) Marcel Hallé, Commandant promising, as the director went for a much Red Army hero, Leon Trotsky. and refuses to give them any information.
de la Base.
more grounded story with his Robin Hood, Getting into trouble for planning a hunger Meanwhile, Stark also finds out that the
The editor reserves the right to edit, abridge rather than the usual fairytale shortcut. strike at his family’s clothing factory, the technology that is keeping him alive is
or reject copy or advertising to adhere to Russell Crowe stars as our 13th century story revolves around Leon’s quest to uplift also poisoning him, and so he appoints
policy as outlined in CFA0 57.5. Views and hero who was fighting with King Richard the students at his school and fulfil his quest his former assistant Pepper Potts, played
opinions expressed are not necessarily those against the French before the monarch died. to help change the world. by Gwyneth Paltrow, as CEO of the com-
of the Department of National Defence.
Travelling to Nottingham, Robin finds the Just Wright pany. At the same time he takes on Natalie
Le Rédacteur se réserve le droit de modifier, town has been taken over by a corrupt sheriff,
de condenser ou de rejeter les articles,
In the romantic comedy Just Wright, Rushman, played by Scarlett Johansson, as
photographies, ou annonces plublicitaires played by Matthew Macfadyen, who is living rapper Common plays injured NBA all- his new assistant.
pour adhérer à l’0AFC57.5. Les opinions off the backs of the townspeople thanks to a star Scott McKnight, who is working with He also has to contend with a new villain,
et annonces exprimées dans le journal ne terrible tax. Falling in love with the widowed tough-love therapist Leslie Wright, played played by Mickey Rourke, who has created
réflètent pas nécéssairement le point de vue Lady Marion, played by Cate Blanchett, Robin by Queen Latifah, to get back into the game. technology of his own to take Iron Man
du MDN. Hood takes it upon himself to form a pack of When Leslie starts falling for Scott though, down.
mercenaries to steal from the rich and give to the two will have to see if they can make it All of this happens as a whole side-
the poor villagers in an effort to even out the work, while still getting Scott back on the plot unfolds around Stark’s many powerful
trouble the Sheriff has caused. court. friends, including James Rhodes, who is
While Scott’s Robin Hood has been criti- Receiving fairly dismal reviews, Just played by Don Cheadle in the sequel, and a
cized for not understanding what it means to Wright is not at the top of any critic’s list new project known as the Avengers.
Circulation - 4,500 be “historically accurate,” the film was geared this weekend, and might be better enjoyed Looking at the list of stars, and knowing
One year subscription - $35.31 to make Robin Hood grittier than we’ve seen a bit later on DVD. how much Pararmount and Marvel Studios
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Three month subscription - $11.77 at least some level of realism for that era in Already out in theatres... of super hero films, it’s easy to see how the
British history, even if gets quite a few facts Iron Man 2 whole project could have collapsed under its
A Division of Personnel Support Programs wrong. Summer might still be over a month own weight. There is simply too much to fit
CFB Esquimalt, PO Box 17000 Stn. Forces, This is an action movie though, and based away, but the summer blockbuster season in, and like many sequels before it, there’s a
Victoria, BC V9A 7N2 on the average reviews the film has earned has officially arrived with the release of Jon motivation to pack it full of characters.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org so far, Robin Hood is not likely to win any Favreau’s popcorn actioner, Iron Man 2. Lead-ins are also a tough thing in mov-
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Fax: 250-363-3015 Still, if all you want is to see some action, as one of the year’s most hotly anticipated up others, it’s quite often just a frustrating
Canadian Mail Product Sales Agreement 40063331 people running around castles, and a bit of films, the big budget action sequel stars tactic. In the comic books, all you had to do
sword play, this is the film for you this week. Robert Downey Jr. as our mega-billionaire was wait a month for some more action, but
The Trotsky hero, Tony Stark. During the first film Stark a comic book movie requires more patience
Also opening this weekend is writer and built a high-tech suit of armour to do a little than most people are willing to trust to
director Jacob Tierney’s The Trotsky, which good in the world, and by the end of that Hollywood, especially when it’s never really
premiered at last year’s Toronto International film revealed his true identity to the world. certain who will direct a sequel, or how far
Film Festival. As the second film kicks off, Stark is now away that next film might be.
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Dockyard employees surprised by
on-the-spot emergency exercise
Shelley Lipke boxes were checked and comments This scenario was unique because
Staff writer taken down by the observers. there were two casualties under the
“Any exercise we can practice is a boxes – one conscious and the other
When several weapons fitters from good exercise for the shops,” said safe- unconscious. “The weapons fitters in
shop 162 returned from their lunch ty and environment inspector Claude this shop did a good job during this
break Wednesday, May 5, they were Himbeault who had been planning exercise today,” said Himbeault. FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING &
faced with an unexpected surprise. this exercise for several months. “The After the emergency crew from the
observers grade the shop personnel on base fire department arrived and took
Lying on the shop floor under a pile
of boxes screaming for help was col- their knowledge of duties, and how over first aid duties, Himbeault let the • Hardware • Paint
league Pete Bliewert. they control the situation. They must exercise carry on for several minutes
But with nearby cameras posed and look after any hazards, ensure first aid before ending it by clapping. • Lumber • Housewares
ready, and safety and environment measures are put into place and pull “I never want anyone to feel like • Plumbing • Electrical
inspectors clutching clipboards with the fire alarm to alert the emergency they didn’t do a good job, so I clap for
pens, something looked suspicious team. The best way to help ensure positive reinforcement,” he says. “After • Door Shop • Kitchen
about the set up. people are prepared for an emergency the exercise I always invite everyone
It was North America Occupational is to respond to a practicing scenario involved to debrief to discuss what • Building Materials
Safety and Health (NAOSH) week, first.” went well and what needs improve-
ment for the next time. This way we “Military Discount”
and shop 162’s emergency prepared-
ness response skills were about to be can learn from what we experienced,”
put to the test.
The best way to help he said.
Weapons fitters Ken Worth, Chris ensure people are First responder Worth said it was a We’re BIG on value
good exercise. “It caught me a bit off Mon-Fri: 7:30-7 • Sat: 8-6 • Sun & Holidays: 9-5
Young and MS Ryan Ward realized
they were being assessed and sprung prepared for an guard at first,” he admitted. “The major-
into action, utilizing first aid skills they emergency is to respond ity of us have taken training, so it’s nice
have learned but don’t use too often. to be put into this situation and have
They lifted the boxes off Bliewert, to a practicing scenario to remember how to use that training. I
pulled the fire alarm to alert the base first. was especially impressed with the fake
fire department and took first aid wounds that looked very realistic.” Bay West Home Centre
measures until the emergency crew -Claude Himbeault Several times a year these exercis- 220 Bay Street (Bay at Wilson)
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Penny Rogers ity to advance on a fire or search an
Staff writer area where they may not be able to
see their hand in front of their face.
“Dockyard companies be advised, The search team, comprised of
first floor is smoke filled. Repeat, first firefighters Glen Grass, Jim Hatcher
floor smoke filled. and Bryce Patey, entered the build-
Possible occupants on floors one and ing on hands and knees, feeling their
two. Engine one; take the hydrant and way along walls, past doorways and
lay in.” under furniture, keeping in constant,
These were the directions given albeit muffled, verbal contact with
by CFB Esquimalt Fire Department’s one another. Soon after, all rooms in
Assistant Fire Chief, Randy Morton the building were cleared, the three
as trucks made their way to Building target items were recovered and the
523, Signal Hill. men were back outside with the rest
That marked the start of last week’s of their platoon.
Go blue. structural evolution exercise for 10
members of Four Platoon.
Then the radio crackled and a
voice asked, “Attack One and Search
It’s the right thing to do. “We are going to run this exercise
as close to real time as possible, so our
One, provide PAR.” PAR represents
“Personnel Accountability Report.”
We’re so committed to the environment that, at times, we’ve loaded our recyclables responding firefighters will not know When one team reported one fire-
in oversized containers. But we’ve heard that lifting oversized containers has become exactly what to expect until they fighter unaccounted for phase two of Firefighters Rick
an occupational health and safety issue for the people who pick them up. arrive on scene,” explained Morton the exercise was launched. “downed firefig
at the exercise start. “Incident com- Echoing off the walls inside the old
So now we use only recognized blue boxes and blue bags for our recycling. It’s the mand will be set up after completing a brick building was the shrill sound doing a search, or
right thing to do for the environment. And for the people who work every day to 360 degree walk around the structure. being emitted from the “man down” the RIT team is mo
make it better. Once the incident commander deter- alarm. This personal alert safety sys- activities. They hav
mines immediate rescue of occupants tem, or pass device, is integrated into supply, their own
Find CRD Blue Box sales locations at www.crd.bc.ca/bluebox is not required, teams are tasked to the self-contained breathing apparatus tions, their own air
begin the initial attack and search worn by firefighters. It is automatically allowing them to d
procedures as required.” activated when the firefighter turns on tion the trapped or
www.crd.bc.ca Moments after Four Platoon arrived the air supply and has a motion sensor might run into.
on scene, hoses were snaking their in it so if a firefighter doesn’t move for For this exercise
way along the driveway and a 24-foot 30 seconds the alarm activates. It can Ptolemy and Ron
ground ladder had been secured also be manually activated if assistance assigned RIT. With
underneath a second-floor window is needed. their masks simulati
in order to secure a secondary means At most fire or emergency situations, filled structure, the
of egress from the second floor. The be it a ship’s fire, structural fire, haz- the front door. As
yellow-suited attack and search teams ardous materials incident or confined did before them,
donned their masks in preparation to space rescue, a Rapid Intervention entering the buildin
enter the building. Their mission for Team (RIT) is set up with the sole pur- their knees and fol
the exercise seemed simple. Find three pose of facilitating firefighter rescue. ing high-pitched sig
items: a helmet, a dummy/casualty “They prepare by tracking the fire- pass device.
and a flashlight. fighters in the hazardous area, essen- The small maze
But to lend authenticity and a slight tially functioning similar to the inci- difficult to pinpoint
twist to the exercise, the firefight- dent command, if you will,” explained of the signal immed
ers searching for those items had to Morton. “They attempt to gather all metre the two-man
modify their facemasks in one unique the information on where the firefight- toward the sound a
way. Wax paper was crumpled and fit ers are moving around in the building, came across the d
inside, severely limiting their visibility where they are located, as well being The RIT was now
and closely matching the environment aware of every means of entrance and the firefighter had a
they would find in a real smoke-filled egress for the building or vessel so extricating him from
area, similar to that experienced when they can facilitate the safe rescue of brought the day’s tr
fighting a fire in a compartment on a a firefighter if the circumstances are ful conclusion.
ship. Ventilation may be non-existent required.” This structural ev
and conditions become untenable The RIT cannot be assigned any one of 12 different d
very quickly when dealing with vessel major tasks that will take them away fire department me
fire conditions. The wax paper prop from those specific duties, so, while in, ensuring they m
helps to sharpen the firefighter’s abil- others are laddering the building, specific trade know
Base Fire Rescue’s 4 Platoon descended on building 523 on Signal Hill for an realist
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What happens when
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employees from Canadian
Forces Ammunition Depot
(CFAD) Rocky Point? You
end up with a built-from-
scratch model torpedo
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all major Canadian warships, Point staff, will be on display at the Calgary Stampede and later in the city’s
and by both the Sea King Naval Museum of Alberta.
helicopter and Aurora Long
Range Patrol aircraft. member’s specialty, the time the best view possible. Plexiglas cover for display at
Museum staff had each spent working on the Other team members the Stampede grounds and Westwind
tracked down a company
in Newport, RI, who could
project varied from a few
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included Mike Kubisheski,
Jim Carlson, Pat Wade,
subsequently in the muse-
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late the real parts were fabri-
cated and installed, all from
“It was a bit of a head
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Maintenance, saw a string off Westshore Parkway, off Trans Canada
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between Spencer Rd & Goldstream Park
of email traffic regarding pedo was “injured or dam- much detail exposed as we guys made was fascinating,
the search for the cutaway aged” to create the display, thought appropriate for the even to people who have
and decided it would be according to Shields. general public, while keep- worked with torpedoes for
an excellent opportunity for The fuel tank was cut away ing the display in compli- years.”
their shop to lend a hand. to expose the inner work- ance with declassification. Clinton is proud of the
“We started looking into ings, then Mark Waddington We wanted to show the final result as well. “It gave
the process and everyone and Casey Clinton took complexities while keeping us a sense of artistic cre-
in the shop took on a part about two weeks to carefully the display robust enough ativity that we never get
or a role in the building of mill out the shell, and each to withstand shipping and to experience in this atmo-
the torpedo, depending on exposed component in the harsh handling.” sphere of formal processes
what their specialty was,” after body (engine/propul- The display torpedo did and procedures,” he said.
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MICHAEL LOMAX CD From page 1
“They spend more time down here then
more next year.”
Even though Deringer is leaving FMF, he
won’t be leaving the volunteer life behind.
Lawyer/Mediator they do with their families. They do, I He plans to keep working on the campaign
mean we all do. So it’s really an oppor- cabinet for the United Way of Greater
tunity for us to be a kid for a little while Victoria and with the 2136 Royal Canadian
Dealing with Separation or Divorce? and escape the doldrums of day-to-day Army Cadet Corps Scottish Regiment, of
As a highly experienced Family Mediator work for a bit and if charities benefit in which his son Nathan belongs. He is also
I can help you and your spouse: the end, then it’s a win-win for every- meeting with the David Foster Foundation
body,” he said. later this year and is hoping to do some
• Avoid Court Later this month Deringer will retire work on their behalf.
from life at FMF, leaving behind some “I’ve been so darn fortunate to have
Michael J. Lomax, CD • Reduce Conflict pretty big shoes to fill when it comes had an employer that I’ve enjoyed all
Lawyer/Mediator to fundraising for next year’s GCWCC- these years with DND. They’ve allowed
• Protect Your Children’s Interests United Way campaign. not only myself, but a lot of us that work
Call 250-385-5523 to He admits, “I haven’t had a lot of success for the Department, to take part in so
• Reach a Separation Agreement in finding that one individual person who many things,” said Deringer. “The commu-
arrange a free consultation. has the burning desire to take it all on. nity at large doesn’t realize the gem that
Some individuals have come forward and they have down here as far as employees
said they will carve off a small piece, so are concerned. Without the employees at
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United Way Awards
On May 5 at Nelles Block RAdm Tyrone Pile, Commander Maritime Forces
Pacific, presented deserving units with the Government of Canada Workplace
Charitable Campaign-United Way gold, silver and bronze awards.
Barry Saladana and Tina Blair of Karen Barth of Civilian Human Don Fenton of BCE Buildings and Cpl Dawn Pap receives the 5th B.C.
Formation Safety and Enviroment Resources receives a gold award. Grounds receives a gold award. Field Regiment gold award.
receive the platinum award.
Johanne Drapeau of Base MS Unkia Attridge, PO2 Alana PO2 Darren Funston receives the AB Sandra Tucker of ADAC receives a
Administration Language School Power and Cdr Allyn Holborn of CFFSE Combat Systems Engineering silver award.
receives a gold award. Base Information Systems receive a gold award. He also acepted the
bronze award. bronze award for CFFSE.
Cdr Rod Hughes and Capt Dustin MS James Wilson CFFSE Combat Rhonda Riess of Base Admin PSP Grant Stevens of BCE Electrical and
Matheson of Pacific Region Cadets Division receives a silver award. receives a silver award. BCE Structural receives two silver
receive a silver award. awards.
AB Ahmad Al-Douri, A/Slt Leesa PO2 Deborah Chamberlin of Cpl John Groot of the CF Postal Unit Nancy Haisell and Capt Darlene
Poffenroth, LCdr Simon Brown Canadian Fleet Pacific receives a receives a bronze award. Mackie of the CF health Services Unit
receive the Naval Officer Training bronze award. receives a bronze award.
Centre silver award.
Cpl Anthonly Barnett, of BCE Pacific Cdr Guy Bolduc of MARPAC/JTFP Cdr Frederick Caron and CPO1 Marc Brenda Dixon, Gillian Colville and
Naval Construction Troop receives a receives a bronze award. Pelletier of HMCS Ottawa receive a Lt(N) William Hawke of Base Logistics
bronze award. bronze award. receive a bronze award.
Bronze: Murray Sotheran, Shop 114; Allison 1st Year Gold: Brian New, Shop 121 Units who received awards but National Defence Quality
Verley, Shop 122; Jen Saker, Shop 171; PO Ken 3rd Year Gold: Royce Bailey, Shop 140 were unable to attend the awards Assurance - Gold
Hayes, Shop 230; Cliffe Troughton, Shop 132, 5th Year Gold: Dean Gashermann, Shop 430 presentation were: CF Crypto Support Unit - Silver
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Bob Brodie, Shop 200 9th Year Gold: Andrea Croft/Ron Durdle, Shop Dockyard Lab - Platinum Sea Training Pacific - Bronze
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