State of TRACOM March 2017
Hello and Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I am sure like everyone else, they are looking toward the upcoming holiday spending time with Family and friends. I wish everyone the best. TRACOM has been a busy command over the last month. We completed various staff positions, reviewing the manuals, and processing the regular tests. I would like to thank everyone who has continued to take course and also let us know what your thoughts on the various courses that you’re taking. One of my goals is to continue to keep a pulse on everyone’s enjoyment on the course.
I would like to also ask everyone to contact us if they have issues with tests issues or grading issues. All the directors, deans, and leadership want to resolve issues in a timely manner. I have noticed through some resent issues, that this is being reported to members in the various chapter and brigade chains. I want to ensure that we are able to resolve issues in a timely manner. If you have not gotten a grade, E-cert, or an answer to a questions. Please let us know or contact DCO, SGM, or myself to resolve it. Thank you.
I want to thank everyone for their applications to the Vulcan and Medical Director positions. I have selected medical director BDR Steven Bice, Jr. This was a hard choice based on the applications that I received. Welcome aboard BDR Bice. Also BDR Liam Smith has assumed duties as the Xeno-Vulcan Director, Welcome aboard sir!
This month I would acknowledge a few marines that have completed a lot of course this month! Great job!
James Herring – 11 courses
Jude Peace – 13 courses
Jan Bovier – 24 courses
Michael Stelzer- 25 Courses
Chris Lovejoy – 29 courses
CO, USS Orion
OIC, 229th MSG