SURFPAC Welcomes 2014 Sailor of the Year Finalists


2014 Sailor of the Year Finalists
Commander Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet (SURFPAC) welcomed eight Sailors to San Diego for its annual Sea and Shore Sailor of the Year week. The Sailor of the Year program recognizes individuals who best represent each command while upholding the highest traditions of the U.S. Navy. Related events honor each of the finalists for their contributions to their commands and local communities while evaluating their military bearing, professional performance and leadership skills. This week the finalists are competing for the title of Sailor of the Year, to be announced Feb. 27.

YN1 BRANDY BROSSARDYeoman 1st Class Petty Officer Brandy Brossard reported to her first duty station in 2002 at Naval Base Point Loma. While there, she volunteered for Individual Augmentee duty in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as part of the Joint Detainee Operations Battalion. Brossard’s sea duty assignments include Fighter Squadron VFA-195 in Atsugi, Japan where she completed several Rim of…

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