NETC Recognizes FY22 Second Quarter Civilians and Sailors of the Quarter

25 May 2022
PENSACOLA, Fla. – Rear Adm. Pete Garvin, commander, Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), recognized the Staff Junior and Senior Civilians of the Quarter (COQ) and Junior and Senior Sailors of the Quarter for second quarter (2nd Qtr.) fiscal year (FY) 2022 at a ceremony held aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola May 24. 
COQ/SOQ for Q2, FY22
SLIDESHOW | 0 images | Senior SOQ for Q2, FY22 Rear Adm. Pete Garvin, commander of Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), presents an award certificate to Mr. Gregory Files, a technical lead at NETC in Pensacola, Fla., during a hybrid award ceremony in the NETC headquarters aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola May 24, 2022. Files received a plaque and a Navy Civilian Service Achievement Medal for being selected as the NETC senior civilian of the quarter for second quarter fiscal year (FY) 2022.
COQ/SOQ for Q2, FY22
SLIDESHOW | 0 images | Junior COQ for Q2, FY22 Rear Adm. Pete Garvin, commander of Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), presents an award certificate to Mr. Tod Shuls, a headquarters protocol officer at NETC in Pensacola, Fla., during an award ceremony in the NETC headquarters aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola May 24, 2022. Shuls received a plaque and a Navy Civilian Service Achievement Medal for being selected as the NETC junior civilian of the quarter for second quarter fiscal year (FY) 2022.
COQ/SOQ for Q2, FY22
SLIDESHOW | 0 images | AC1 Aimee Lockwood Official U.S. Navy photo of Aviation Electronics Technician 1st Class Aimee Lockwood


PENSACOLA, Fla. – Rear Adm. Pete Garvin, commander, Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), recognized the Staff Junior and Senior Civilians of the Quarter (COQ) and Junior and Senior Sailors of the Quarter for second quarter (2nd Qtr.) fiscal year (FY) 2022 at a ceremony held aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola May 24. 

Mr. Gregory Files, a Navy Marine Corps Internet (NMCI) project management officer located in Pensacola, Florida was selected as NETC’s 2nd Qtr. FY22 Senior COQ.

Serving as the technical lead for Office 365 Flank Speed migrations, Files analyzed, prepared and processed Flank Speed users with best practices, One-Drive and mobile device migrations, shared mailbox creations and audio-conferencing capabilities during 2nd Qtr. FY22. He led the post-migration phase of 365 Flank Speed changes and enhancements addressing shifting user requirements. His efforts resulted in the staff of NETC reaching 80% user migration ahead of schedule.

Mr. Tod Shuls, the NETC headquarters protocol officer located in Pensacola, Florida, was selected as NETC’s 2nd Qtr. FY22 Junior COQ.

Shuls managed the schedule of the executive officer during a particularly challenging and fiscally uncertain period, directly affecting the force development domain. He kept the staff on task throughout the constant schedule shifts and influx of Echelon I tasking. He also led the planning and execution of the first in-person strategic off-site meet in two years. His efforts supported the meeting and strategic discussions of over 90 senior leaders spanning three days. 


Aviation Electronics Technician 1st Class Aimee Lockwood, an aviation, full time support and reserve accessions detailer in Millington, Tennessee, was selected as NETC’s 2nd Qtr. FY22 Senior SOQ. 

Lockwood detailed and processed 785 sets of permanent change of station orders across 25 ratings, executing $1.4 million in funds. Her work was essential to the filling of billet requirements for Naval Reserve Centers, squadrons and shore commands worldwide.  

Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Salena Salinas, a systems cyber defense administrator at Naval Education and Training Command Site East located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, was selected as NETC’s 2nd Qtr. FY22 Junior SOQ. 

Salinas provided the support and maintenance necessary to ensure the effective information technician system performance at 13 remote geographic sites. She also maintained 57 Elastic Sky X Integrated servers for virtual desktop infrastructure, which allowed access to training materials for more than 35,000 students across 48 buildings.

NETC, led by Rear Adm. Pete Garvin, is the U.S. Navy’s Force Development pillar and largest shore command. Through its “street to fleet'' focus, NETC recruits, trains and delivers those who serve the nation by transforming civilians into highly skilled, operational, and combat ready warfighters.


 
 
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