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Naval Submarine School graduates two classes

Published September 02. 2013 4:00AM

Groton — Two of classes graduated recently from the Naval Submarine School.

Ninety-one sailors of “Class 13380” USS Cochino (SS-345), graduated from Basic Enlisted Submarine School, Friday, Aug. 23.

Seaman Apprentice Gustavo Buenrostro, the class honorman, was meritoriously advanced. Seaman Patrick Kofer received the Submarine Heritage Award. Seaman Apprentice Trace Linton received the Navy Core Values Award.

Linton, Seaman Apprentice Benjamin Donnelly, Seaman Apprentice Eric Connor, Seaman Apprentice Jacob Franco, Seaman Apprentice Anthony Flick, Seaman Apprentice Michael Dodge, Seaman Timothy Bierwirth, Seaman Tye Elliot, Fireman Recruit Eduardo Barrios, Seaman Apprentice Jeffrey Delanoy, Seaman Recruit Joshua Martin, Machinist’s Mate Third Class Brian Espetitee, Fireman Michael Scott, Fireman Erick Gonzalez, Seaman Recruit Joseph Lopez, Fireman Recruit Aaron Agema, Seaman Matthew Goodwin, Fireman Recruit Alexander Cummings, Seaman Chad Kemble and Seaman Apprentice Jacob Bargary were graduates with distinction.

Thirteen members of “Class 13030” graduated from the Submarine Officer Advanced Course Thursday, Aug. 29.

Lt. Nathan Peck received the L. Y. Spear Award. Lt. Thomas Dotstry received the David Lloyd Award for Excellence. Lt. Philip Messner received the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Award.  Peck and Lt. Gieorag Andrews were graduates with distinction and Lt. Christopher Andrews was the course’s outstanding instructor.

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