Mare Island Naval Shipyard Elects New NCAA Officers

The Mare Island Naval Shipyard Chapter of the Naval Civilian Administrators Association recently elected new officers. Pictured above from left to right are: Larry Hebert, secretary, who is the director of the Quality Assurance Office; Ted Allen, president, who is the director of the Management Engineering and Data Processing Office: Capt. E.J.

Scheyder, who is the Shipyard Commander; George Stewart, vice president, who is the superintendent of the Machinery Group; and Douglas Ghiselin, treasurer, who is the Nuclear F a c i l i t i e s and Equipment manager.

The Naval Civilian Administrators Association is the national organization of senior level managers employed in Navy civil service. The total membership is approximately 600, organized into 13 chapters located in seven naval shipyards, three naval aviation activities, the Naval Ships Engineering Center, the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, the Polaris Missile Facility/Naval Weapons Station, Charleston. Because of the positions held by the members, they exercise responsibility over many thousands of engineers, scientists, administrators, and other employees involved in the activities in which they are located. The purpose of the organization is to contribute to the improvement of management of the Department of the Navy.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 46,  Apr 15, 1981 Virginia

Read Mare Island Naval Shipyard Elects New NCAA Officers in Pdf, Flash or Html5 edition of April 15, 1981 Maritime Reporter

Other stories from April 15, 1981 issue

Content

Maritime Reporter

Maritime Reporter & Engineering News is the largest audited circulation publication serving the global maritime community.