The USCG Chief Warrant Officer Professional Development (CWO-PD) Class 05-23 has recently come to a close, and it has been an incredibly successful and memorable experience for all involved. The class was led by CWO-4 Jeff Timberlake, who has been a fixture in the USCG for 30 years. This was his last class as the lead instructor, and it was an honor to be a part of such a tremendous career, he brought it to a “hole ‘nutha level” (HNL).
Throughout 2022, YN1 Wright displayed unwavering commitment to the unit through her dedication to collateral duties and important Sector training responsibilities including the Leadership and Diversity Advisory Council, Coast Guard Mutual Assistance, Urinalysis Coordinator, DEERS Site Security Manager, ETS Authorizing Official, Exchange Liaison Officer, P&A Auditor, Planning Property Custodian, RFRS Purchaser, ATFP watch stander, and Citibank Travel Charge Card Manager. She provides top-notch service in a unique and diverse AOR; she receives consistent praise from both her supervisors and her customers for her outstanding customer service.
With most professions, one’s career ends with retirement, but when it comes to service to one’s country, the legacy of Chief Warrant Officer 4 Bruce E. Matlock Sr. continues through the historical significance of three generations of his family serving in the Coast Guard. And if that is not impressive enough, his youngest son LCPL Christian Matlock is a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps.
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