State of TRACOM – June 2019
Greetings Everyone, I want to wish all our Father’s Day and Happy 4th of July. I want to thank all Marines for their feedback and comments about making SFMC TRACOM continuing to move forward. As we all lean forward in the foxhole, we continue to refine. It has always been my goal to improve and train the SFMC Forces throughout. I would like to thank everyone who has submitted Course Ideas, and new exciting courses for us to review. IF anyone has any ideas or improvements to SFMC TRACOM, please
1st I would like to say a few words about a few Cadre that have given a lot of their, time and input into their respective departments in SFMCA. 1st I would like to thank Josephine Fisher, Larry French, Eric Schulman, an Faith Steinberg. I have sincerely been very grateful for their time in SFMCA (SFMC TRACOM).
2nd I would Like to welcome our Newest Directors to SFMCA. I would like to welcome back, General Mike McGowan as Strategy and Tactics Director.
Frank Gonzalez will be the MURP/MOSC Director. I welcome him to his new Billet. Mike Brown will be taking over as the Xeno-Vulcan Director. Mike has had a lot of experience in SFMCA and I feel that he will be great Director. Additionally, Mike is also working on revising the MECHA material
to re-open the MECHA college. I will be working in the Interim for the OD
Director Billet. IF anyone is interested, please submit your application through the HR SFI Website.
I will also be running ADC Office for the next couple of months due to ADM Barbara Paul recovering. I would like to ask everyone to continue to say any prayers and well wishes to her speedy recovery. As every member of the SFMCA she is a valued member of the force.
SFMC is currently looking at some revisions to various materials and policies. IF anyone would like to assist us. We are currently looking for any writers, artists.
SFMCA Stats for Month of May 2019
49 Requests Sent
33 Test Grades
Average requests processed and sent to marine: 27.5 hours
Average Tests Graded and notifications sent to marine : 15.32 hours
OIC, 229th MSG