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George E. Eichert

Senior Vice President, Admin Services

Navy Federal Credit Union

HQ Phone:  (703) 206-2000

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Navy Federal Credit Union

820 Follin Lane

Vienna, Virginia,22180

United States

Company Description

Navy Federal Credit Union is the world's largest credit union with more than $78 billion in assets, 6 million members, 291 branches and a workforce of over 14,000 employees worldwide. The credit union serves all Department of Defense and Coast Guard Active Dut... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Staff Officer

Navy


Commanding Officer

NCBC


Commander

20th Seabee Readiness Group


Officer

Public Works Center


Captain, Civil Engineer Corps

US Navy


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houston.slipps.org

Dobson will succeed Captain George Eichert who has been named chief staff officer of the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command in Little Creek.


www.sunherald.com [cached]

Capt. Dobson relieves EichertGULFPORT - In a traditional change of command ceremony, Capt. Van Dobson relieved Capt. George E. Eichert on Tuesday as commanding officer of the Naval Construction Battalion Center in Gulfport and commander of the 20th Seabee Readiness Group, marking the end of Eichert's 11-month tour in Gulfport."What has shaped my months here can be summarized in one word: Katrina," said Eichert, whose speech focused on the performance of the Seabees and the NCBC staff in the aftermath of the storm."Wherever they saw a sign that said 'Seabees please help,' they stopped and they helped," he said."(My wife) Karen and I can vouch that Southern hospitality is no myth," said Eichert, who thanked local residents and leaders for making them feel immediately welcome.After reading their official orders, Dobson said, "I relieve you, sir," and Eichert replied, "I stand relieved."


www.sunherald.com [cached]

GULFPORT - On Tuesday, Capt. George Eichert will leave his post as chief executive commander of the Naval Construction Battalion Center to serve as chief of staff of the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command in Norfolk, Va.The Sun Herald spoke with Eichert about his role with the Seabees before and after Hurricane Katrina.


www.sunherald.com [cached]

GULFPORT - Capt. George E. Eichert will be relieved by Capt. Van Dobson in a Change of Command ceremony onboard Naval Construction Battalion Center in Gulfport on May 23.


www.sunherald.com [cached]

Capt. George Eichert, commander of the Naval Construction Battalion Center in Gulfport, was the guest speaker and told the story of the NCBC's work following Hurricane Katrina.He also talked about preparations the base is making for next hurricane season.Eichert said the Seabees had their trademark "can-do" swagger when the local governments needed help."We tried to say yes to everything," he said."If we can say yes, we say yes."Eichert said this year Seabees plan to have about 500 National Guardsmen on base before any major storm.He said the base, which functioned as hub for about 1,200 relief workers following Katrina, would also house the Guard's equipment.The base was appropriated $300 million from Congress, and Eichert said the money will be used to replace some metal buildings with concrete and brick structures.


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