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Commander, Naval Air Forces > USS JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74)


Capt. Randy Peck, Commanding Officer

​​​Message from the Commanding Officer

Welcome aboard the world's finest aircraft carrier, USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74). I am honored to be your Commanding Officer and look forward to having you join our winning team.

USS John C. Stennis has a rich naval history, and with you on our team we will continue to build upon this great legacy.

Please connect with us, because we want to hear from you. Explore our website, visit us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram or send us an email.

I encourage you to contact your Sponsor, and if your are married, I encourage you to connect with our Ombudsman Team.

Again, welcome aboard!

Capt. Randy Peck

Commanding Officer


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