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Troy M. Shoemaker

Assistant Commander for Career Management

US Navy

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US Navy

2000 Navy Pentagon

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20350

United States

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The mission of the Navy is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas....more

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Self-Employed Consultant

Electric Boat


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The Flag and General Officers' Network

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Rear Adm. (lower half) Troy M. Shoemaker will be assigned as commander, Carrier Strike Group Nine, Everett, Wash. Shoemaker is currently serving as assistant commander, Navy Personnel Command for career management, PERS-4, Navy Personnel Command, Millington, Tenn.


www.norwichbulletin.com

Meet a Veteran: Troy Shoemaker
Zoom Photos Lb1TroyShoemaker0204.jpg Troy Shoemaker, 80, of Griswold Service: Born in Bowie, Texas, and raised in Oklahoma, Troy Shoemaker joined the Navy in 1951, at 19. His first stint was aboard the USS Kidd, before shortly transferring to the aircraft carrier USS Essex, where he worked as a postal clerk. Shoemaker said he was eager to move up the ranks, so he attended a one-day conversion training course in Washington, D.C., while on leave and earned certification as a missile technician. He also put in a tour with the Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic, which helped safeguard sea lines of communications and sea-based nuclear deterrence.  He was among the first crew to serve aboard the submarine USS Casimir Pulaski, which was constructed at Electric Boat in Groton and commissioned in 1964. Shoemaker served as the lead missile technician aboard the submarine, which patrolled waters off the coast of Spain and Scotland during the Cold War. After another training course at EB, Shoemaker became chief of the boat aboard the USS Nathanael Greene. He retired from the Navy in 1980. Life after war: Shoemaker spent several years working as a self-employed consultant for Electric Boat in Groton before joining its quality assurance department in 1982, a position he held for 11 years. Shoemaker is a former commander of the state Disabled American Veterans and four-time past president of the John R. Morse chapter in Norwich. Shoemaker has been married to his wife, Beverly, for 50 years. Service: Born in Bowie, Texas, and raised in Oklahoma, Troy Shoemaker joined the Navy in 1951, at 19. His first stint was aboard the USS Kidd, before shortly transferring to the aircraft carrier USS Essex, where he worked as a postal clerk. Shoemaker said he was eager to move up the ranks, so he attended a one-day conversion training course in Washington, D.C., while on leave and earned certification as a missile technician. He also put in a tour with the Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic, which helped safeguard sea lines of communications and sea-based nuclear deterrence.  He was among the first crew to serve aboard the submarine USS Casimir Pulaski, which was constructed at Electric Boat in Groton and commissioned in 1964. Shoemaker served as the lead missile technician aboard the submarine, which patrolled waters off the coast of Spain and Scotland during the Cold War. After another training course at EB, Shoemaker became chief of the boat aboard the USS Nathanael Greene. He retired from the Navy in 1980. Life after war: Shoemaker spent several years working as a self-employed consultant for Electric Boat in Groton before joining its quality assurance department in 1982, a position he held for 11 years. Shoemaker is a former commander of the state Disabled American Veterans and four-time past president of the John R. Morse chapter in Norwich. Shoemaker has been married to his wife, Beverly, for 50 years.


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Rear Admiral Troy M. "Mike" Shoemaker
Rear Adm. (lower half) Troy M. Shoemaker is being assigned as commander, Carrier Strike Group Nine, Everett, Wash. Shoemaker is currently serving as assistant commander, Navy Personnel Command for career management, PERS-4, Navy Personnel Command, Millington, Tenn. Rear Admiral Troy M. "Mike" Shoemaker Assistant Commander, Navy Personnel Command for Career Management (PERS 4) Rear Admiral Troy M. (Mike) Shoemaker, a native of St. Petersburg, Fla., graduated with honors from the United States Naval Academy in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Systems Engineering and was designated a Naval aviator in July 1984. Shoemakers operational assignments include tours with Light Attack Squadron 105 (VA-105), Strike Fighter Squadron 105 (VFA-105), Carrier Air Wing 3 and Carrier Air Wing 17. He has completed seven deployments aboard USS Forrestal (CV 59), USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67), USS Enterprise (CVN 65), USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) and USS George Washington (CVN 73). He has over 4000 flight hours, primarily in the A-7E Corsair and the F/A-18C Hornet, and 1033 carrier arrested landings. Shoemaker commanded Strike Fighter Squadron 105 (VFA-105), Strike Fighter Squadron 106 (VFA-106) and Carrier Air Wing 17. His shore assignments include tours with Light Attack Squadron 174 (VA-174), Light Attack Squadron 122 (VA-122) and Strike Fighter Squadron 106 (VFA-106). He was also assigned to Navy Personnel Command, served as aide to the Vice Chief of Naval Operations and Commander, U.S. Pacific Command, and executive assistant to Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet prior to assuming his current assignment. He has completed the Naval War College Non-Resident Program and is a graduate of the Joint Forces Staff College.


www.navytimes.com

• Troy Shoemaker will be commander, Carrier Strike Group 9, Everett, Wash. Shoemaker is assistant commander, Navy Personnel Command for career management, PERS-4, Navy Personnel Command, Millington.


www.news.navy.mil

Rear Admiral Troy M. "Mike" Shoemaker
Assistant Commander, Navy Personnel Command for Career Management (PERS 4) Rear Admiral Troy M. "Mike" Shoemaker Rear Admiral Troy M. (Mike) Shoemaker, a native of St. Petersburg, Fla., graduated with honors from the United States Naval Academy in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Systems Engineering and was designated a Naval aviator in July 1984. Shoemaker's operational assignments include tours with Light Attack Squadron 105 (VA-105), Strike Fighter Squadron 105 (VFA-105), Carrier Air Wing 3 and Carrier Air Wing 17. He has completed seven deployments aboard USS Forrestal (CV 59), USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67), USS Enterprise (CVN 65), USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) and USS George Washington (CVN 73). He has over 4000 flight hours, primarily in the A-7E Corsair and the F/A-18C Hornet, and 1033 carrier arrested landings. Shoemaker commanded Strike Fighter Squadron 105 (VFA-105), Strike Fighter Squadron 106 (VFA-106) and Carrier Air Wing 17. His shore assignments include tours with Light Attack Squadron 174 (VA-174), Light Attack Squadron 122 (VA-122) and Strike Fighter Squadron 106 (VFA-106). He was also assigned to Navy Personnel Command, served as aide to the Vice Chief of Naval Operations and Commander, U.S. Pacific Command, and executive assistant to Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet prior to assuming his current assignment. He has completed the Naval War College Non-Resident Program and is a graduate of the Joint Forces Staff College.


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