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Warren Wiedemann

Senior Chief Petty Officer

26 September 2020 Senior Chief Petty Officer Warren Wiedemann hails from Ohio, and joined the Navy on 23 January 1996. After he completed boot camp in Great Lakes, IL and AO-A school in Millington, TN, he arrived at his first duty station in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba where he was assigned to the weapons department as part of the magazine crew and made Third Class Petty Officer.

His duty stations since then include AIMD at NAS Cecil Field, AIMD at NAS Oceana, NRD Ohio where he made Second Class Petty Officer, HS-11 at NAS Jacksonville where he made First Class Petty Officer, HSC Weapons School Atlantic where he made Chief Petty Officer, and CNAF at NAS North Island. His last duty station was at CNATT Detachment Eglin Air Force Base Florida where he was advanced to Senior Chief Petty Officer and is now a Scorpion on LCS 9, the USS Little Rock’s Gold crew.

Senior Chief Wiedemann has embarked on the Aircraft Carriers USS John F. Kennedy, USS Harry S. Truman, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, and USS Enterprise in support of Operation Deliberate Forge, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom as well as detaching to 32 other Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Allied countries bases throughout the world.

During his Naval career he has achieved his Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership, obtained his Master Training Specialist certification. His personal decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal (five awards) and Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (two awards).

 
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