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Active Duty Coast Guard Lieutenant Commander. My specialties are opertations afloat and operations ashore; three afloat tours and three ashore tour under my belt including command afloat and navy exchange. My staff assignments have been with Officer Personnel Management as a Career Counselor, White House Military Office as a Social Aide, and at the Office of Law Enforcement within CG Headquarters as a program analyst. I can answer questions related to the Coast Guard, the assignment process, officer specialties, OCONUS duty, afloat and ashore operations. I can also answer questions related to the White House Social Aide Program.

Experience in the area

WMEC Deck Watch Officer Portsmouth VA; DD Combat Info Center Officer Yokosuka Japan (Navy Exchange); WPB Commanding Officer San Juan PR; Enforcement Div Sector San Juan PR; Career Counselor (OPM-4); Law Enforcement Program Analyst (CG-MLE); Command Center Chief Sector San Juan PR

Organizations

USCGA Alumni Association, OutServe, Society of White House Military Aides.

Education/Credentials

B.S. in Government from the US Coast Guard Academy; M.S.A in Leadership from Central Michigan University

Awards and Honors

CG Commendation Medal, USN Achievement Medal, CG Achievement Medal, CG Commandant Letter of Commendation


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2016-11-09 Single Parent in the military...problem:

LARue,    By military do you mean Army?  Is this an officer program or enlisted?  I''m not aware of many programs that do not permit someone from having dependents.  I think the issue is that she had no

2016-07-04 Help:

Andre,    Right or wrong they had the prerogative to discharge you for either the injury or the misconduct...they chose the misconduct.  To change the reason for separation you would have to appeal to

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2016-03-18 Military Help:

Andre,    What is your re-elistment code? Thats going to be integral to your ability to re-enlist. What is your recruiter advising?  Have you spoken to another beaches recruiter?  I think it will be an

2016-03-10 Military Help:

Andre,    Sorry to learn of your separation.  To answer your question...yes they can discharge you for either reasons.  Your DD-214 says entry level separation...what was your re-enlistment code?  There

 

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