ITCS Raymond D. Mock
Command Senior Enlisted Leader (October 2009 - November 2011)

Information Systems Technician Senior Chief Raymond D. Mock hails from Augusta, Georgia. He enlisted in the Navy in September 1989. Upon completion of boot-camp he reported to his first command USS MAHLON S. TISDALE (FFG 27). In October 1991, Senior Chief Mock reported to USS NIAGARA FALLS (AFS 3) in Naval Station Guam.

Following this tour, he reported to Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station (NAVCOMTELSTA) San Diego in February 1994, and then to NAVCOMTELSTA Diego Garcia in August 1997. In October 1998, Senior Chief Mock was assigned to USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN 72). His next assignment took him to Naval Computer and Telecommunications Master Station in Pearl Harbor, when he was selected for Chief Petty Officer in January 2002, and assigned as Communications Chief Watch Officer until his transfer in July 2004. Senior Chief Mock reported next to USS FORD (FFG 54) as the Information Systems Division Leading Chief Petty Officer and the Drug and Alcohol Prevention Assistant. In September 2007, he reported to Regional Support Organization Everett, Washington. Senior Chief Mock reported to Commander Destroyer Squadron NINE in October 2009 as the Communications Officer.

His personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal (two awards), Good Conduct Medal (four awards), and various service and campaign awards.



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