Capt. Cunningham Named Financial Manager At USCG Yard, Curtis Bay

Capt. David Cunningham recently reported to the Coast Guard yard in Curtis Bay, Md.

He will serve as the yard's manager of financial operations, a position which oversees the shipyard's fiscal, supply and procurement activities, as well as the ships' inventory control point.

The latter is an operation which provides supply service to the Coast Guard fleet worldwide.

The captain comes to the yard from the 13th Coast Guard District, Seattle, Wash., where he served as the commanding officer of the cutter Campbell. Previous sea duty included service aboard the cutters Castle Rock, Cape Horn, Alert and Sherman.

Captain Cunningham's shore unit assignments covered positions such as commanding officer of the Coast Guard's Loran station, Guam, supply officer and comptroller of the 9th Coast Guard District, Cleveland, Ohio, and data processing and procurement positions at Coast Guard headquarters.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 20,  Nov 1981

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