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Mr. Joseph Mixson, Trident Repair Facility (TRIREFFAC) Repair Department Project Manager, is congratulated by CAPT Rich Verbeke, TRIREFFAC Commanding Officer, after CAPT Verbeke presented him with the Meritorious Civilian Service Award. Mixson received the award for his

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Mr. Joseph Mixson, Trident Repair Facility (TRIREFFAC) Repair Department Project Manager, is congratulated by CAPT Rich Verbeke, TRIREFFAC Commanding Officer, after CAPT Verbeke presented him with the Meritorious Civilian Service Award. Mixson received the award for his "outstanding service and unsurpassed professionalism during three major guided-missile submarine repair periods. 110909-N-CD652-001

Mr. David Bemis, Trident Repair Facility (TRIREFFAC) Repair Department Project Manager, shakes hands with CAPT Rich Verbeke, TRIREFFAC Commanding Officer, after CAPT Verbeke pinned a Meritorious Civilian Service Award on him. Bemis received the award for his

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Mr. David Bemis, Trident Repair Facility (TRIREFFAC) Repair Department Project Manager, shakes hands with CAPT Rich Verbeke, TRIREFFAC Commanding Officer, after CAPT Verbeke pinned a Meritorious Civilian Service Award on him. Bemis received the award for his "outstanding service and unsurpassed professionalism" after overseeing one of the "largest, most visible, labor intensive, and time-critical repairs to the USS Georgia (SSGN 729) ever completed at TRIREFFAC." 110909-N-CD652-002

Navy Divers Second Class Thomas Seymour and Andrew Mixon interact with the audience at the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, TN. The divers are part of a team of six Navy divers assigned to Trident Refit Facility, Kings Bay, GA, who are diving daily in the Secret Reef exhibit at the aquarium June 14 -17, as part of Chattanooga Navy Week.  Navy Weeks are designed to showcase Americans the investment they have made in their Navy as a Global Force for Good, and increase awareness in cities that do not have a significant Navy presence.  U.S. Navy photo by Stacey Byington (Released)  110615-N-CD652-018

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Navy Divers Second Class Thomas Seymour and Andrew Mixon interact with the audience at the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, TN. The divers are part of a team of six Navy divers assigned to Trident Refit Facility, Kings Bay, GA, who are diving daily in the Secret Reef exhibit at the aquarium June 14 -17, as part of Chattanooga Navy Week. Navy Weeks are designed to showcase Americans the investment they have made in their Navy as a Global Force for Good, and increase awareness in cities that do not have a significant Navy presence. U.S. Navy photo by Stacey Byington (Released) 110615-N-CD652-018

Navy Divers 2nd Class Jonathon Ballew, right, and Alexander Weber, both assigned to Trident Refit Facility, conduct a radio interview with Gary Poole on Chattanooga Morning News Show 95.3 FM WPLZ during Chattanooga Navy Week. Navy Weeks are designed to show Americans the investment they have made in their Navy as a Global Force for Good, and increase awareness in cities that do not have a significant Navy presence.  U.S. Navy photo by Stacey Byington (Released)  110614-N-CD652-004

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Navy Divers 2nd Class Jonathon Ballew, right, and Alexander Weber, both assigned to Trident Refit Facility, conduct a radio interview with Gary Poole on Chattanooga Morning News Show 95.3 FM WPLZ during Chattanooga Navy Week. Navy Weeks are designed to show Americans the investment they have made in their Navy as a Global Force for Good, and increase awareness in cities that do not have a significant Navy presence. U.S. Navy photo by Stacey Byington (Released) 110614-N-CD652-004

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