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Captain Michael S. Feyedelem
Commanding Officer,
Training Support Center San Diego

Commanding Officer

CAPT Mike Feyedelem grew up in Norwalk, Ohio and graduated from Purdue University in 1989 with a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering. At sea, he served as Repair Division Officer and Damage Control Assistant aboard USS California (CGN 36); Combat Systems Officer on USS Kinkaid (DD 965) and Main Propulsion Assistant aboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). He served as Executive Officer of USS Valley Forge (CG 50) where he completed a 7-month Arabian Gulf deployment in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, and a 3-month Counter-Narcotics deployment. As C5I Officer aboard USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6), CAPT Feyedelem completed a deployment that included Operation Unified Assistance following the devastating tsunamis off Indonesia and following the deployment served as Executive Officer for the last six months of his tour. As Commanding Officer of USS Porter (DDG 78), his crew earned the Battle “E”, CNO Safety Afloat Award, Golden Anchor Retention Award and was a Ney Food Service Award finalist. Porter conducted the first ever Second Fleet Irregular Warfare Training exercise, participated in Joint Warrior and deployed to the Horn of Africa. As Reactor Officer of USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), he completed two Fifth Fleet deployments and the first ever media discharge of a CVN in San Diego. As Executive Officer of USS Makin Island (LHD 8), CAPT Feyedelem led the ship through the final stages of a 14 month PMA, an overlapping Basic Training Phase, workups and the start of the ship’s second deployment. CAPT Feyedelem completed a total of eight deployments.

Ashore, CAPT Feyedelem earned a Masters Degree with Distinction in Mechanical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School; served on the OPNAV staff as the Surface Nuclear Community Manager and Nuclear Program Diversity Director; and as the lead for the Unified Command Plan on the Joint Staff (J5) where he was selected as the J5 Action Officer of the Year. CAPT Feyedelem served as Assistant Chief of Staff for Amphibious Readiness (N46) on the Commander, Naval Surface Forces Pacific staff prior to his current assignment.

Commander Stephen M. Vossler
Executive Officer,
Training Support Center San Diego

Executive Officer

Commander Stephen Vossler is a native of Blue Island, Illinois. He enlisted in the Navy in 1989 and attended Recruit Training Center Orlando, Florida. After serving 11 years as an Electronics Technician, he was selected and commissioned in 2000 as a Surface Electronics Limited Duty Officer. He earned an Associate of Arts in General Studies from Vincennes University in 2014 and is currently enrolled in Columbia College of Missouri’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program.

Vossler has been assigned to fleet support and staff positions ashore. In 2004, he was assigned to Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego, as a C4I Installations Strike Group Officer. In 2010, Vossler was assigned to Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Sicily, where he served as N4, Facilities and Electronics Maintenance Officer.

At sea, Vossler has served aboard three Aegis ships—the cruiser USS Vicksburg (CG 69), USS Cowpens (CG 63) while it was forward deployed in Yokosuka, Japan; destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62), while it was homeported in San Diego, California, and recently completed a highly successful tour as Combat Systems Maintenance Officer aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73), homeported in Norfolk, Va. Additionally, he served as N4, Flag Materiel and Logistics and N4A Flag Electronics Material Officer on commander, Carrier Strike Group 3 embarked aboard USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74). During his seagoing career, he has made numerous deployments around the world, sailing the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans, Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, while recently completing a seven-month deployment visiting Japan, Australia, Peru, Chile and Brazil as part of a three-carrier homeport shift from Yokosuka, Japan to Norfolk, Virginia.

He is currently serving as the Executive Officer of Training Support Center San Diego.

His personal decorations include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (7 awards) and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2 awards) and a variety of unit and campaign awards.

Scott L. Trulove
Executive Director,
Training Support Center San Diego

Executive Director

Scott Trulove entered the U.S. Air Force in 1981 after graduating from high school. He completed basic training and Medical Administrative Technical School at Sheppard Air Force Base (AFB), Texas and was assigned as a medical administrative specialist at Griffiss AFB, Rome, New York. He completed his Associate in Applied Sciences in healthcare management from the Community College of the Air Force, and Bachelor of Science in human resources management from the New School for Social Research in New York. Trulove commissioned into the U.S. Navy Medical Service Corps (MSC) in July 1989 and subsequently completed his master’s degree in operations management from the University of Arkansas in December 1995. As a naval MSC officer, Trulove served at Naval Hospital Millington, Naval Hospital Sigonella, Fleet Hospital Operations and Training Command, Naval Dental Center Camp Pendleton, and the Naval School of Health Sciences San Diego.

Trulove retired from active duty in August 2003 and began his civil service career in September 2003 as the director of Resources at the Naval School of Health Sciences, San Diego. During this assignment he assisted in the establishment of the Navy’s first Trauma Training Program at Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center and numerous financial analysis initiatives that focused on the cost of training. In November 2006 Trulove became the executive director of the Training Support Center (TSC) San Diego. He is responsible for providing comprehensive training support to over 70,000 Sailors and 600 foreign military personnel in preparation for their service to the fleet. While at TSC, he completed the Department of Veterans Affairs Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program and earned a Master of Business Administration from Point Loma Nazarene University.

During his 36-year career, Trulove has received numerous awards, most notable being the Meritorious Civilian Service Award Medal, the Navy Meritorious Service Medal (2 awards), the Meritorious Unit Commendation (2 awards), the National Defense Service Medal (one award), and the Armed Forces Service Medal.

CMDCM(SW/AW) Daniel Marsch
Command Master Chief,
Training Support Center San Diego

Command Master Chief

Master Chief Marsch is a native of San Diego, Calif., and enlisted in the Navy on 9 May 1988. He completed recruit training at RTC San Diego and Damage Control “A” school at Naval Technical Training Center, Treasure Island, Calif.

His duty assignments include USS Flint (AE-32); USS Leahy (CG-16); Afloat Training Group Pacific (ATG), San Diego, Calif.; Fleet Training Center, San Diego, Calif.; USS Valley Forge (CG-50); USS Constellation (CV-64), Afloat Training Group Middle Pacific, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; USS Chosin (CG-65), and USS Nimitz (CVN-68).

CMDCM Marsch was selected to the Command Master Chief program in 2010 and reported to Strike Fighter Squadron One Four Seven, the Mighty Argonauts, deploying aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76). In August 2012, Command Master Chief Marsch reported Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 4, “The Legendary Black Knights”.

CMDCM Marsch is currently assigned as Command Master Chief, Training Support Center, San Diego.

Master Chief Marsch’s personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal (six awards), Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal (three awards) and various campaign and service decorations.