On November 7, 2014 my husband Rob McClellan retired from the US Navy after faithfully serving our country for 20 years. I, along with my children were some of his guest speakers. I want my children to look back and remember that day with every detail that they could.
A Military Retirement Speech Transcript: Leading, Teaching, Motivating Published on July 3, 2017 July 3, 2017 • 64 Likes • 9 Comments
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1 Fleet Master Chief April Beldo Retirement Speech January 18, 2017, 11:00 am Good morning everyone…..and Chief Williams thank you for that kind introduction. It is truly a privilege to serve as ...
Goat Locker Retirement Resources. Going ashore for the last time is a major transition. This page is the best resource for Navy retirement ceremony information any place on the internet! The Sample Retirement Program has many of the documents you need for a successful retirement ceremony.
Teamwork: Ask the PO1 what Chief or mentor made the most impact on his career. Find that person. Talk to that person. Get the funny moments, the serious challenges, and the achievements. Add that to what you experienced when serving with him or her. Timeline: A retirement ceremony usually has a leaflet that describes the service member’s career.
welcome to the retirement ceremony of chief boatswain’s mate, anthony marrinelli. my name is master chief robinson, and i will be your master of ceremonies for today’s ceremony. today we will honor and witness the military closure to a portion of chief marrinelli’s life that has been a gratifying and rewarding career of naval service.
On January 6, 2017, I bid farewell to the Air Force. Those friends and mentors who retired before me always said how challenging it was for them to sum their careers up into a 15 minute speech.
Here's what I said the day I left active duty with the Navy. Grateful for all the experiences and the people with whom I shared them. home inspirational retirement speech home spirituality my gospel retirement speech . My Speech Upon Retiring from the United States Navy, August, 1994.
Changes in the Navy... Many good, some not so good...600 ship Navy to one of just over 330.... To survive and prosper in the upcoming changes in the Navy-- we must get smarter, more focused on the mission and how we accomplish that mission. The need for teamwork will become even more obvious.