Employee Excellence Recognized at NETC

28 July 2022
Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) recognized the third quarter fiscal year (FY) 2022 Junior and Senior Civilians of the Quarter (COQ) and Junior and Senior Sailors of the Quarter at an all hands ceremony held aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola July 26.
PENSACOLA, Fla. - Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) recognized the third quarter fiscal year (FY) 2022 Junior and Senior Civilians of the Quarter (COQ) and Junior and Senior Sailors of the Quarter at an all hands ceremony held aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola July 26.
 
Also recognized were federal civilian employees who earned a civic length of service (LOS) award in the 2022 calendar year from January 1 through June 30, 2022.
 
Mr. Jason Murphy, an instructional coordinator within N7, was selected as NETC’s third quarter FY22 Senior COQ.
 
Supporting both N723 and the NETC Ready Relevant Training (RRL) program, Murphy provides RRL guidance to peers and stakeholders to ensure a proactive approach and standardization of processes within N723. He willingly steps into additional roles to ensure there is no loss of forward movement among vacant positions. He not only fills the collateral duties of master training specialist (MTS) coordinator for the domain, he also fills an instructional systems specialist (ISS) vacancy for the Navy Entomology Center of Excellence (NECE).
 
Ms. Mariver (Ivy) Castro, an RRL Block 1 (BLK1) program analyst within the N34, was selected as NETC’s third quarter FY22 Junior COQ.
 
As the only BLK1 program analyst, Castro successfully manages the tracking and reporting of more than 2,000 fleet students worldwide. She volunteered to assume Defense Travel System (DTS) duties for the BLK1 program, ensuring all student travel is within regulations and the authorized budget. Castro’s positive attitude and willingness to volunteer for any task greatly contributes to the success of the NETC Site West N3 team.
 
Gunner’s Mate 1st Class Andres Derizans, an accessions detailer, was selected as NETC’s third quarter FY22 Senior SOQ.
 
Derizans managed and distributed 587 sets of orders throughout 118 Navy enlisted classifications across seven ratings, executing $2, 750,809 in permanent change of stations funds. He works closely with rating leads, production line managers, production line analysts, enlisted community managers and placement coordinators to ensure accession billets are properly managed and training availability is maximized. As an antiterrorism training team (ATT) member, his expertise and leadership were fundamental in his unit’s success during the 2022 Naval Support Activity (NSA) mid-South Command Assessment of Readiness and Training (CART) certification.
 
Information Technician 3rd Class Collin Nielson, a systems cyber defense administrator at NETC Site East, was selected as NETC’s third quarter FY22 Junior SOQ.
 
Nielson provided cyber support, administration and maintenance necessary to ensure effective and efficient IT system performance at 11 remote geographic locations. As a field/cyber defense technician, his efforts resulted in the successful resolution of countless service requests, ranging from reimaging zero clients to the successful deployment of multi-level classroom builds.
 
The following federal civilian employee LOS awards were presented during the ceremony:
 
  • Five Years – Davyonna M. Brathwaite, Jason M. Druhl, Carl J. Gerhard, Chet M. Liebenguth and Darren C. Mitchell
  • Ten Years – Ronalyn Z. Farrell, Robin M. Gochenour, Donald E. Leggett, Carla A. Orr, Bryan K. Padilla and Wesley A. Thurman
  • Fifteen Years – Melinda A. King, Michelle R. Nelson, Lisa D. O’Connell, William E. Philips, Livingston S. Tindal and Donald B. Walton
  • Twenty Years – Kimberly L Dantzler, Donna C Lebrun, Thang D. Nguyen and Kathleen M. Sherman
  • Twenty Five Years – Pamela Crye and Charles A. Lowery
  • Thirty Years – John P. Arellano, Dorothy M. Berry, Nicholas D. Carter, Scott G. Martin, Fredrick J. Nielsen III, John D. Russo and Kenneth P. Winterborne
  • Thirty Five Years – Steven E. Conway, Randall L. Henley, Lloyd W. Hurst, Elizabeth B. Kerr, Adam E. Macmillan, Cynthia D. McLeod, Edna A. Moore, Henry E. Quinn III and John M. Watson
  • Forty Years – Thomas P. Phillips
 
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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