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MCPON Mike Stevens
Check out the MCPON's post on the Official Blog of the United States Navy HERE.
Musings, leadership tidbits and quotes posted by a retired Navy Captain (really just a high performing 2nd Class Petty Officer) who hung up his uniform a bit too early. He still wears his Navy service on his sleeve. He needs to get over that. "ADVANCE WARNING - NO ORIGINAL THOUGHT!" A "self-appointed" lead EVANGELIST for the "cryptologic community". Keeping CRYPTOLOGY alive-one day and Sailor at a time. 2015 is 80th Anniversary of the Naval Security Group.
Mike, you know I've been critical of past initiatives from previous MCPONs and others. Since this is a new initiative and important (either positively or negatively) to the CPO Mess and the Navy, Zeroing in on Excellence is the topic of my next column. With any luck, the December issue of Proceedings will be available tomorrow.
And, he's a big fan of "Anchor Up".
Just as long as the new MCPON sh*tcans the phase "Anchor Up"
Here's my column discussing Zeroing in on Excellence -
It is refreshing to me to hear MCPON Stevens saying what he did, I realize that the MCPON is more or less a mouthpiece for CNO and other Navy brass, but in the past such things as diversity and being a global force for good seemed to have been the goal, now warfighting and leadership have come to the forefront. The Navy should be first of all a combat ready organization, I may be wrong but I do not know of any Navy battles that diversity was the winning factor, or if the main battery on a Navy ship was trained in your direction I hardly feel that you would look at that as a force for good.
Hodně zdravi Michael Stevens. Miluše
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