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Commander, Submarine Group Two


 
 

Sub Support Center Receives Certificate for Exceptional Service

GROTON, Conn. – Naval Submarine Support Center (NSSC) New London received the Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP) Certified Pipeline Movers Certificate Nov. 12.

This certificate recognizes commands for exceptionally moving personnel through the transient, patient, prisoner, holdee (TPPH), student, and limited duty pipelines.

Rear Adm. Paul J. Bushong, Commander, Submarine Group Two, presented the framed certificate to NSSC on behalf of Vice Adm. Mark E. Ferguson, III, Chief of Naval Personnel.

“The day-to-day support of the submarines, helping them get underway, really comes down to you guys,” Bushong told the NSSC staff during a brief award presentation.  “I appreciate your hard work on that.  This is recognition of your hard work.”

Cmdr. Bryan Still, NSSC Commanding Officer, accepted the award for the command.

“This is an award for team effort, which is always the best kind of award to get,” said Still.”

NSSC provides support to Submarine Squadrons Two and Four and Submarine Development Squadron Twelve at Naval Submarine Base New London.  The scope of support includes administrative and personnel; legal; religious; operations; supply; communications; personnel security; information systems; weapons systems maintenance and modernization; weapons handling; and, medical.

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Rear Adm. Paul J. Bushong, left, presents the Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP) Certified Pipeline Movers Certificate to Cmdr. Bryan Still, Naval Submarine Support Center (NSSC) New London commanding officer.  The certificate recognizes commands for exceptionally moving personnel through the transient, patient, prisoner, holdee (TPPH), student, and limited duty pipelines.