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Approximately 26 percent of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility’s workforce are veterans. From battlefields to battalions, skies to seas, each veteran carries knowledge and experiences that help shape their civilian work. For some, their work at PSNS & IMF is an extension of their service. For others, it's an opportunity to try a new career field while continuing their service to the nation. Pictured here are (top left to right) Paul Silivelio, U.S. Marine Corps, 14 years, Marine Machinery Supervisor, Shop 38, Marine Machinist; Leslie Churchill, U.S. Navy, 24 years; Marine Machinery Supervisor, Shop 38, Marine Machinist; Daniel Trout, U.S. Navy, 5 years, Mechanic, Shop 52, Regional Calibration; Rozy Castellanos, U.S. Navy, 24 years, Career Counselor, Command Career Center; (bottom left to right) Jim Cook, U.S. Navy, 23 years, Division Head, Code 1101, Executive Support Staff; and Robin Lee, U.S. Marine Corps, 4 years, Graphic Designer, Code 1160, Public Affairs Office.
231101-N-GD259-0004.JPG Photo By: Wendy Hallmark

BREMERTON, Wash. - Approximately 26 percent of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility’s workforce are veterans. From battlefields to battalions, skies to seas, each veteran carries knowledge and experiences that help shape their civilian work. For some, their work at PSNS & IMF is an extension of their service. For others, it's an opportunity to try a new career field while continuing their service to the nation. Pictured here are (top left to right) Paul Silivelio, U.S. Marine Corps, 14 years, Marine Machinery Supervisor, Shop 38, Marine Machinist; Leslie Churchill, U.S. Navy, 24 years; Marine Machinery Supervisor, Shop 38, Marine Machinist; Daniel Trout, U.S. Navy, 5 years, Mechanic, Shop 52, Regional Calibration; Rozy Castellanos, U.S. Navy, 24 years, Career Counselor, Command Career Center; (bottom left to right) Jim Cook, U.S. Navy, 23 years, Division Head, Code 1101, Executive Support Staff; and Robin Lee, U.S. Marine Corps, 4 years, Graphic Designer, Code 1160, Public Affairs Office.


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