Several Pinned At Sea Cadet Annual Inspection At Baylor High School

Thursday, February 16, 2017
Starting right to left: LeighAnn Beasley, the new Commanding Officer of the Chattanooga Division to the rank of LTJG. In the middle, outgoing Commanding Officer, Patrick Abercrombie to the rank of LT. To the left, Stacy Kehoe, the Commanding Officer to the Hurricane Division to the rank of LCDR.
Starting right to left: LeighAnn Beasley, the new Commanding Officer of the Chattanooga Division to the rank of LTJG. In the middle, outgoing Commanding Officer, Patrick Abercrombie to the rank of LT. To the left, Stacy Kehoe, the Commanding Officer to the Hurricane Division to the rank of LCDR.

President Mickey McCamish of the Navy League Greater Chattanooga Navy League Council and Retired Navy Captain had the honors of attending the Sea Cadet Annual Inspection at Baylor High School.

After saying a few words to the officers and cadets, he pinned three officers their new ranks within the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps organization.

Pinnings included: LeighAnn Beasley, the new Commanding Officer of the Chattanooga Division to the rank of LTJG; outgoing Commanding Officer, Patrick Abercrombie to the rank of LT; Stacy Kehoe, the Commanding Officer to the Hurricane Division to the rank of LCDR. The LCDR rank is the highest rank in the USNSCC organization that an officer can obtain.

"Congratulations to all the officers for their dedication and hard work to the USNSCC program. We especially thank the Navy League for their generous support in all areas of support," officials said.




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