Culinary Specialist 1st Class Ryan Panado and Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Robert Rey reenlisted together April 20. Their reenlisting officer was Lt. j.g. Maxx Killman, our Food Service Officer! Congratulations, CS1 and CS2! Thank you for choosing to continue your service!
(U.S. Navy Photos by Lt. j.g. Marissa Liu)
Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 2nd Class Reynaldo Atangan reenlisted April 21. His reenlisting officer was Lt. j.g. Latriva Johnson, our Main Propulsion Assistant. Congratualtions, GSM2, and thank you for choosing to continue your service!
(U.S. Navy Photos by Ensign Vivian Chau)
Damage Controlman 3rd Class Steve Martin reenlisted April 17 in the Helicopter Hangar. His reenlisting officer was Lt. j.g Anthony Seda, our Damage Control Assistant. Congratulations, DC3, and thank you for choosing to continue your service!
Our crew assembled on the Foc's'le for an All Hands Call April 13.
Lt. Jisup Choi and Gas Turbine System Technician Senior Chief Petty Officer Manuel Serrana both received Navy and Marine Corps Commendation medals. Navy Counselor First Class Dalton Jordan and Fire Controlman Second Class Brandon Wingo received their Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals. Ensign Alvin Abes received his Surface Warfare Officer pin. Logistics Specialist Seaman Mumford received a Letter of Appreciation for his outstanding performance as Food Service Attendant. Gunner's Mate Seaman Kriz Fuentes was frocked to Petty Officer Third Class. BRAVO ZULU, everyone!
Congratulations to Logistics Specialist Third Class Elliot Montgomery for his reenlistment April 13. His reenlisting officer was Lt. j.g. Maxx Killman, our Food Service Officer. Thank you for choosing to continue your service!
The Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) Living Pattern Survey is now open and will close May 31. Click the links to go to the online survey.
Congratulations to Gas Turbine System Technician Mechanical First Class Michael Maxham for choosing to continue his service! His reenlisting officer was Lt. Cmdr. Nicole Lobecker, our Chief Engineer.
The House Rules Committee Staff Delegation visited Antietam last week for a ship tour!
Operations Specialist Second Class Sheldon Lacy, Operations Specialist Third Class Altravien Boyd, Operations Specialist Seaman Darazhea Bledsoe, and Operations Specialist Seaman Jacob Senethavysouk participated in the Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Freeze Mob on April 6 to raise awareness for sexual assault.
The COLA (Cost of Living Allowance) Living Pattern Survey will be available for Sailors or their spouses to take starting April 15 until May 31. The survey is conducted once every three years and has a great impact on Sailors and their families. Instructions will be distributed in a near future. Participation is STRONGLY encouraged.
Check out our Medical Training Team responding to a mass casualty drill!
For the Chief Petty Officers' 125th Birthday, our Chiefs Mess led the command PT session, performed morning colors, and celebrated with a presentation and beautiful cake on the mess decks. Navy Chief! Navy Pride!
Shout out to our deck division for their meticulous work on the upkeep of our anchor chain!
For Women's History Month, our crew created an amazing presentation of Military women who have gone through discrimination and paved the way for our Military women today. #WomensHistoryMonth
Shout out to Antietam's sea and anchor detail for pulling the ship into Guam and departing safely! #ForwardDeployed
Check out this www.navy.mil Multi-Sail Feature Story about our very own Strike Officer, Ensign Anthony Williams Jr.!
With the end of MultiSail, we look forward to new exercises that enhance our capabilites and partnerships with our allies! #MultiSail
Check out this firepower! Did you know our standard missile 2 can reach an altitude of 65,000 feet!? #MultiSail
Prepare for takeoff! With the start of MultiSail, our air crew department is staying busy with our air defense exercises! #MultiSail
Nine Sailors visited Guam High School on Monday and talked to JROTC students as part of a community relations (COMREL) event. For a deeper look at how these professionals forged friendships and inspired students, check out their full story here:
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist Third Class Sarah Myers.