Loyalty Examples

Loyalty to Mission, Seniors, Peers, and Subordinates. Dedication to Sailor Success, Sailor Advocacy. Includes Contributions to the CNO's Retention and Attrition Goals.


ET1 Nolan possesses pride in service and a sense of duty that inspires her peers. She has an unshakeable faith in her chain of command and Navy values.

Chief Vasquez insists on loyalty to supervisors and peers while maintaining an effective team of specialists.

PO1 Reynolds reenlisted to stay with her unit until mission was finished. She demonstrated the highest standard of loyalty to superiors and the organization.

PO2 Ellis delayed his college enrollment in order to cover a manning deficiency. The best example of dedication in the department.

Committed to Navy Core Values, he works well with all work center members and supports senior personnel in their decisions. Petty Officer Rosales consistently demonstrates loyalty, proficiency and a tenacity that make him a valued Sailor and an asset to any department.

- Created a Mentorship Program, mentored 27 troops; ensured promotion of best; reinstituted the “Sailors Creed” recital during quarters, embraced, ensured tradition.

Reenlisted only to support his decimated department during an upcoming scheduled deployment.

Maintains a fierce and steadfast belief in our assigned mission. Translates and justifies command policies so subordinates can understand and support them.

- Turned down Recruiting duty assignment and navy advancement to remain in place and continue instruction.

EM1 Marsh sacrificed over 60 hours of off-duty time in support of his LPO and task manager responsibilities placing unit Sailors' needs ahead of his personal life.

Maintained Navy traditions by devotion to customs, courtesies, and ceremonies and caring for Sailors and their families.

USS Bainbridge has best retention rate in Fleet. Through his hardwork, perseverance, and diligent insight he has increased my ship's annual retention rate making it the best in the fleet.

Defended Command policies and persuaded department on wisdom, fairness, and needs for new regulations.

PO2 Kettleman enforces strict adherence to Navy regulations to preserve order and discipline in a challenging environment.

Supports senior personnel in their decisions and helps junior sailors understand the need for order and discipline.

- Advocated for a conflict-free work environment that paid big dividends in morale, loyalty, and productivity.

His steadfast devotion to the development and mentorship of Sailors, and extreme dedication to excellence in command programs allowed the command to experience supreme success in the face of every challenge presented. His leadership directly resulted in increased Sailorization, khaki cohesion, command morale, and community involvement from all military members within the command.

Chief Gasowitz preserved Navy tradition by encouraging and enforcing participation in all Command ceremonies and events.

She developed a Joint Mentorship Program that fostered a climate of camraderie throughout the command providing guidance to over 60 tri-service personnel resulting in 80% retention.

IT1 Curlew is dedicated to his responsibilities as section lead. He turned down a promotion and transfer to Headquarters to remain with his team.

- Found his subordinate a ride to her counseling session daily.

He is an engaged Senior Enlisted Leader and mentor who is committed to the personal and professional development of his Sailors.

-Firmly supports squadron. Single handedly resurrected a demoralized first class association and established a "can do" spirit.

Provided detailed roadmap for advancement and coached subordinates on competitive requirements despite the risk to his own career to ensure Navy goals were met.

- Committed to development of subordinates. Provided instruction to three Sailors, contributing to qualification of one Collateral Duty Inspector and three Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialists.

PO Caruso never compromised his integrity; he lived the Navy values daily in his daily performance.

As LPO of a 20 person duty section he spent over 200 hours organizing and planning strategies for watch bills and work schedules. Putting others before himself he sacrificed countless hours of personal time getting others prepared to earn their SCWS pin.

DURING THIS TIME, CHIEF PETTY OFFICER FEARLESS SUPERVISED OVER 200 DECK EVOLUTIONS AND LED DECK DIVISION TO OVER 90% RETENTION RATES FOR ALL SAILORS IN HIS CARE.

Analyzes all problems carefully to make effective and productive decisions to fulfill her obligation to the Navy.

- Selected by commander for his subtle yet effective leadership style to head up Organizational Climate program.

He mentored 2 LPOs and 4 Squad Leaders in developing leadership and organization resulting in increased unit cohesion.

HER PROACTIVE APPROACH TO MENTORSHIP AND SAILORIZATION RESULTED IN 13 SAILORS ADVANCING TO THE NEXT PAY GRADE AND 11 SAILORS CHOOSING TO CONTINUE THEIR CAREERS IN THE NAVY.

Seaman Charles is a Sailor first, proud to serve, and resolute in his duty.

- Involved in the Career Development Team program for 7th Marine Regiment, he completed five midterm counselings for junior Sailors and coached 12 Sailors in studying for the Enlisted Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist written examinations, resulting in five Sailors qualifying as FMF warfare specialists.

- Radiates energy and enthusiasm while supporting activities at the NAS Jacksonville community chapel.

Works long hours and plans ahead to ensure Seaman are supported. Demonstrates exceptional pride in his peers and subordinates, his job, and the Navy.

Our most experienced yeoman, she is trusted by her Chain of Command to lead the Department and make the right decisions.

SUPERB MANAGER. Diligently managed ship's mentorship program for 175 sailors demonstrating commitment to professional growth of enlisted personnel in pay-grades E6 and below. She established the mentor of the month program rewarding outstanding mentors onboard.




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