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C/COMMANDING OFFICER

C/CDR MARCIEL, Z.
C/OPERARATIONS OFFICER
C/ LT COLLINS

C/SUPPLY OFFICER

C/ENS BOWMAN


C/SENIOR CHIEF

SENIOR CHIEF THOMPSON


liberty

SENIOR CADET OF THE MONTH (NS-2/NS-3)

JUNIOR CADET OF THE MONTH (NS-1)





C/EXECUTIVE OFFICER

C/LCDR WOLIVER
C/PLANNING OFFICER
C/ LT MERSIOVSKY

C/ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

C/LTJG OTTMERS

C/COMMAND MASTER CHIEF
C/MASTER CHIEF STEPHENS


ALL CADETS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR KNOWING THE CONTENTS OF THE PLAN OF THE WEEK.

UNDERWAY

USS LIBERTY PLAN OF THE WEEK




MONDAY 25 August 2014

A”DAY




TUESDAY 26 August 2014

B”DAY




WEDNESDAY 27 August 2014

A”DAY






















































0849-1019

ALPHA PLATOON

714

0849-1019

DELTA & ECHO PLATOON

710/714

0849-1019

ALPHA PLATOON

714

1025-1200

BRAVO PLATOON

710

1025-1200

FOXTROT PLATOON

714

1025-1200

BRAVO PLATOON

710

1205-1235

A LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1205-1235

A LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1205-1235

A LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1250-1320

B LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1250-1320

B LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1250-1320

B LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1339-1409

C LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1339-1409

C LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1339-1409

C LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1415-1545

CHARLIE PLATOON

710

1415-1545

GOLF PLATOON

714

1415-1545

CHARLIE PLATOON

710




NO AFTER SCHOOL PRACTICE







NO AFTER SCHOOL PRACTICE







NO AFTER SCHOOL PRACTICE



















































































































THURSDAY 28 August 2014

B” DAY




FRIDAY 29 August 2014

A” DAY




































0849-1019

DELTA & ECHO PLATOON

710/714

0849-1019

ALPHA PLATOON

714

1025-1200

FOXTROT PLATOON

714

1025-1200

BRAVO PLATOON

710

1205-1235

A LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1205-1235

A LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1250-1320

B LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1250-1320

B LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1339-1409

C LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1339-1409

C LUNCH

CAFATERIA

1415-1545

GOLF PLATOON

714

1415-1545

CHARLIE PLATOON

710




NO AFTER SCHOOL PRACTICE







NO AFTER SCHOOL PRACTICE











































RANK AND RECOGNITION
A Seaman Apprentice in the Navy is an E-2.

(SA)

navy/coast guard seaman apprentice e2

A Seaman in the Navy is an E-3.



(SN)

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Upcoming scheduled events 2014


WORDS OF THE WEEK
Voluntold

When a sailor is volunteered into doing something by his superior.

Warm and fuzzy”

A feeling that something has been done correctly and will produce the desired result.




GHS FOOTBALL GAME

29 AUG

LABOR DAY HOLIDAY

1 SEPT

GHS OPEN HOUSE

3 SEPT

UNIFORM FITTINGS

4-5 SEPT

BOOSTER CLUB MEETING

8 SEPT

EVHS OPEN HOUSE

10 SEPT

GHS HOMECOMING

12 SEPT

TEXAS STATE GAME

13 SEPT

EVHS FOOTBALL GAME

19 SEPT







NOTES

1. CMC Note: Welcome back to school. I’m looking forward to an exciting 2014-2015 school year and looking forward to meeting all of Liberty Battalion’s new Cadets and returning Cadets. See you around the deckplates shipmates!
2. This Day in Naval History: (August 25) 1843 - Steam frigate Missouri arrives at Gibralter completing first Trans-Atlantic crossing by U.S. steam powered ship. 1942 - Five Navy nurses who became POWs on Guam repatriated . 1951 - 23 fighters from USS Essex (CV-9) escort Air Force heavy bombers attacking Najin, Korea since target was beyond range of land-based fighters.

3. This Day in Naval History: (August 26) 1775 - Rhode Island Resolve: Rhode Island delegates to Continental Congress press for creation of Continental Navy to protect the colonies. 1839 - Brig Washington seizes Spanish slaver, Amistad near Montauk Point, NY. 1861 - Union amphibious force lands near Hatteras, NC. 1865 - Civil War ends with Naval strength over 58,500 men and 600 ships.

4. This Day in Naval History: (August 27) 1917 - Squadron of minesweepers departs U.S. for service off France. 1944 - USS Stingray (SS-186) lands men and supplies on Luzon, Philippines to support guerilla operations against the Japanese. 1945 - Pacific Fleet ships enter Sagami Bay, near Tokyo, Japan. 1959 - Off Cape Canaveral, FL, USS Observation Island (EAG-154) makes first shipboard launching of a Polaris missile.

5. This Day in Naval History: (August 28) 1867 - Captain William Reynolds of Lackawanna raises U.S. flag over Midway Island and took formal possession of these islands for the U.S. 1942 - 120 women, commissioned directly as ENS or LTJG, reported to "USS Northampton," Smith College for training. 1952 - Units on USS Boxer (CV-21) launch explosive-filled drone which explodes against railroad bridge near Hungnam, Korea. First guided missile launched from ship during Korean Conflict. 1965 - CDR Scott Carpenter and 9 aquanauts enter SeaLab II, 205 ft. below Southern California's waters to conduct underwater living and working tests. 1991 - A helicopter from USS America (CV-66) rescues 3 civilian sailors who spent 10 days in a lifeboat 80 miles off Capt May, NJ after their sailboat capsized. 1992 - Navy and Marine forces begin providing disaster relief after Typhoon Omar hit Guam . 1992 - Marines and Army forces begin providing disaster relief in Florida after Hurricane Andrew.

6. This Day in Naval History: (August 29) 1861 - U.S. squadron captures forts at Hatteras Inlet, NC. 1862 - Union gunboat Pittsburgh support Army troops in landing at Eunice, Arkansas. 1915 - Navy salvage divers raise F-4, first U.S. submarine sunk in accident. 1916 - Congress passes act for expansion of Navy but most ships not completed until after World War I. 1964 - USS Boxer and 2 LSDs arrive off coast of Hispaniola to give medical aid to Haiti and Dominican Republic which were badly damaged by Hurricane Cleo.

You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.”



Albert Einstein


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