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Hispanics in the United States Navy By Tony
Rear Admiral George "Rico" Mayer is the Commander of the Naval Safety Center. 
US Navy Biographies - REAR ADMIRAL GEORGE E. MAYER
Rear Admiral George E. MayerCommander, Naval Safety Center Rear Admiral George E. MayerRear Admiral Mayer graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in June 1975 and was designated a naval aviator at Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss., in December 1976. Rear Adm.Mayer flew A-7 Corsairs with the "Dambusters " of VA-195, the VA-25 "Fist of the Fleet", the "Flying Eagles " of VA-122 as an instructor pilot and the "Gunslingers" of VA-105 as a department head.He transitioned to the F/A-18 Hornet for his command tour with the "Rampagers" of VFA-83.Other command tours include VFA-106, the East Coast F/A-18 fleet replacement squadron, Carrier Air Wing Seven, and Carrier Group Eight.Rear Adm.Mayer has accumulated over 4,000 flight hours and has logged more than 1,000 carrier-arrested landings. Shore duty assignments also include tours in Washington, D.C., as Executive Assistant to the Chief of Legislative Affairs and as the Light Attack/Strike Fighter Junior Officer Detailer; Deputy Director of Operations, United States Central Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Fla.; Spanish Command and Staff College in Madrid, Spain; and the U.S. Naval War College where he obtained a master 's degree. Rear Adm.Mayer's previous assignment was Commander, Navy Region South/Chief of Naval Air Training.He assumed his current assignment as Commander, Naval Safety Center, in August 2005. Rear Adm.
Gulf High School Faculty and Staff
Andrew Madeloni, George Mayer, Jeannette McCabe, Wanda McClellan, Jeff Miller
George A. Mayer III has taught government, history and economics at Gulf High School since about 1976. A resident of Lutz, he is a graduate of Robinson High School, Hillsborough Community College and Oral Roberts University. He also has an M. A. degree in U. S. History from USF. He is married and has two children. He was a hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy from 1967 to 1971.
Gulf High School News
George Mayer named Teacher of the Year
Gulf High School News George Mayer named Teacher of the Year GULF HIGH SCHOOL, Oct. 13, 2005 -- George Mayer has been named Gulf High School's Teacher of the Year. Mr. Mayer teaches American History and American History Honors this year. He has taught every course offered by the social studies department during his career. Mr. Mayer joined the faculty of Gulf High School at the start of the 1976-77 school year. He believes he is in fifth place among the teachers with the longest tenure at Gulf. Gulf is the only school at which he has taught. Mr. Mayer was born in Columbus, Ohio, although he grew up in Tampa. He graduated from Robinson High School in Tampa in 1964. He has a B. A. degree in History from Oral Roberts University and an M. A. degree in American History from USF. He served four years in the Navy as a corpsman. In 1988, while living in Lutz, Mr. Mayer was a candidate for a seat on the Hillsborough County School Board. He came in second out of seven candidates in the primary election. In the runoff, however, he lost to Yvonne McKitrick. Several of his students walked the precincts in support of Mr. Mayer's candidacy. Because he taught at Gulf, he was referred to as a Pasco County schoolteacher in newspaper articles, even though he lived in Hillsborough County. His loss might be due to the fact that he was perceived as a "carpetbagger." Mr. Mayer said, "It worked for Hillary, but it didn't work for me." Mr. Mayer and his wife Carol live in New Tampa. Carol is currently occupied with babysitting their granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer have two children, Shauna, who is office manager for an accounting firm, and Andrew, who is a children's pastor. Mr. Mayer sponsors the Teenage Republican Club. George Mayer
Navy Rear Adm. (lower half) George E. Mayer has been nominated for appointment to the grade of rear admiral.Mayer is currently serving as deputy director for Operations, J3, U.S. Central Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Fla.