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June was quite a busy month for the Fleet. Weâve finished up our round of personnel changes and our new staff members are fitting in nicely. Most of our announcements this month were shared in Discord already, but weâll go through them all again in case you missed them.
First off, Iâd like to welcome our newest member of the PFA, our new Academy Commandant Rear Admiral Joseph Calloway! Many of you already knew Admiral Calloway as Captain Frank Kamar, commanding officer of the USS Pennsylvania and former TF37 Commanding Officer. Admiral Calloway has been a
It is with great delight that I bring these announcements to the fleet:
As you have all been made aware we have been seeking a new TFCO for Task Force 56. In addition, most recently we have also advertised for a new TFCO for Task Force 37 to replace the former TFCO after his promotion to Academy Commandant as Rear Admiral Joseph Calloway.
After extensive review and debate over a great many very suitable applicants, today I happily announce officially the new Commanding Officers for both Task Force 56 and Task Force 37.
It is absolutely delightful that in my role as
I have a couple of special announcements. As you probably saw mentioned a couple of weeks ago, Rear Admiral Niamh Devane transitioned laterally into the position of Chief of Fleet Operations, leaving us with an opening for a new Academy Commandant.
After reviewing applications from several strong candidates, we ultimately decided that the best person for the job is our very own Navy_Vet, whom you will likely recognize as the TFCO for TaskForce 37. In addition to being TFCO, Navy_Vet has also been a senior instructor with the Academy for the past year and shown
For most of us now weâre on our third month of social distancing and quarantines, but there are signs of life returning to ânormalâ, or at least as close to normal as we may get. Hopefully everyone out there is staying healthy and safe.
Our announcements this month are mostly personnel based. First off, Commander Tharia shâElas has stepped down as TFCO of Task Force 56 to pursue other projects elsewhere. Although he was only TFCO for a short time, in the months prior he contributed much to other areas of the Fleet, including assisting with the
I have a couple of special announcements. As you probably saw mentioned a couple of weeks ago, Rear Admiral Kelly had announced that he was stepping down from the position of Chief of Fleet Operations due to some new RL projects and opportunities. Iâd like to take another moment to thank @Zerin for his time on the PFA and everything he has done for the Fleet. We wish you the best on your future endeavors, and we hope to still see you around in chat.
With Admiral Kellyâs departure, we were left with an opening at Chief of Fleet Operations. After reviewing
With the events of the real world preceding a pace and the facets of our real lives that it affects or impacts, one such is our own Rear Admiral William Kelly.
Without going into too much detail Rear Admiral Kelly has responsibilities, a work load and time constraints have unfortunately required him to resign.
As such, we need someone to step into his shoes and continue the work he kept going and work with the Admiralty in working towards the future.
As Chief of Fleet Operations you will oversee the TFCOâs, be the go to person, review requests and any
I hope you are all continuing to stay safe and well during the lockdowns. Just like last month, things have stayed a little slower around the fleet. Again, Iâd like to say thank you to all of our essential workers for everything they are doing right now. We canât appreciate you all enough.
Remember, if anyone is having trouble getting through isolation and is looking for someone to talk to, Pegasus Fleet is full of wonderful and friendly people. If youâre not already in our Discord chat, I encourage you to click one of the Discord links at the bottom of