USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) CO’S, Home Port Assignments, Commander, Carrier Strike Group and Cruiser Destroyer Group (CCDG) and Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CCSG) Change of Command Ceremonies from 2004 to 2011.

Chapter XXX

 

 

Joseph J. Dantone, Jr. - Nov 1987

Douglas K. Dupouy - 15 May 2000

Stanley W. Bryant - Sep 1988

Kendall L. Card - 5 Nov 2002

William B. Hayden - 11 November 1989 - 16 June 1991 (Note 1)

Charles A. McCawley - 17 Mar 2005

James O. Ellis, Jr. - 16 June 1991 - 9 September 1993

Patrick D. Hall - 18 Jun 2007

Richard J. Nibe - 9 Sep 1993

John D. Alexander - 28 Jan 2010

Robert F. Willard - 22 Aug 1995

Karl O. Thomas 21 September 2012

James J. Quinn - 18 Feb 1998 - Advance to Admiral

Ronald L. Ravelo 7 August 2014

 

 

“Captain Douglas K. Dupouy relieved Rear Adm. J. J. Quinn as the Commanding Officer of USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72), while in port at Naval Air Station, North Island, Coronado, San Diego, California on 15 May 2000. Following the change of command ceremony, the crew held a reception for about 500 guests and 200 Ship’s Company in Hanger Bay 2” (Ref. 378A).

Note 1: PCU Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) was officially established 2 October 1987; CDR David P. Keller was designated Officer In Charge (OIC). CAPT J.J. Dantone, the first designated Commanding Officer (CO) reported aboard 14 December 1987 along with the Executive Officer (XO), CDR Stanley W. Bryant. CAPT Dantone was relieved as CO by CAPT Bryant (XO) on 26 September 1988, and transferred to USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) as CO. CAPT Bryant was relieved by CAPT William B. Hayden on 13 December 1988 and reassumed the duties of XO.

http://www.navsource.org/archives/02/72co.htm

 

Home Port Assignments

NS Norfolk, Va. - 11 Nov 1989

NAS Alameda, Calif. - 1990

NS Everett, Wash. - 1994?

PSNS Bremerton, Wash. - 1996

NS Everett, Wash. - 8 Jan 1997

NS Everett, Wash. - 18 Oct 2011

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) commenced Refueling Complex Overhaul (RCOH) at Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding Newport News (NGSB-NN) on 28 March 2013 to 2017.

 

 

 

 

Commander, Carrier Strike Group and Cruiser Destroyer Group (CCDG) and

Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CCSG) Change of Command Ceremonies.

 

Carrier Strike Group and Cruiser Destroyer Group (CCDG) on Change of Command

 

“Rear Adm. William Crowder relieved Rear Adm. Jacob Shuford as commander of USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Carrier Strike Group and Cruiser Destroyer Group (CCDG) on 20 July 2004, in a change-of-command ceremony held on Lincoln's flight deck.

Shuford reported to CCDG-3 in the fall of 2003 shortly before
Lincoln departed Everett, Wash., for a 10-month Dry-docked Planned Incremental Availability at Bremerton’s Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Naval Station Bremerton.

“This ship is a national treasure,” said Shuford during the ceremony. He went on to thank the Sailors of CCDG-3 for helping him along the way.

“The people and crew that I’ve worked with here have been absolutely magnificent,” Shuford said. “I have a great deal of pride in sharing the decks with these absolutely incredible Sailors. I couldn’t ask for a more capable bunch of men and women.”

Shuford’s next assignment is to assume command as the 51st president of the Naval War College in Newport, R.I.

Crowder is reporting from the Naval Operations Group on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, D.C.

After Crowder gave the order to “break” his flag, marking the beginning of his command, he thanked Shuford, a longtime friend, and commented on his excitement to lead CCDG-3.

“Thank you, Rear Adm. Shuford, for over two decades of your friendship and counsel,” Crowder said. “To the staff, your reputation is beyond reproach. I am humbled and proud to be given the chance to work with every single one of you”” (Ref. Story Number:
NNS040729-13 - Release Date: 7/29/2004 3:19:00 PM - By Journalist Seaman Michael Cook, USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs, ABOARD USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=14488

 

Rear Adm. Goodwin Assumes Command of CCSG 9

 

“Rear Adm. J.W. (Bill) Goodwin assumed command of Carrier Strike Group (CCSG) 9, on 7 September 2005. Goodwin relieved Rear Adm. Doug Crowder, who has commanded CCSG 9 since August 2004.

Goodwin graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1975 and was designated a naval aviator two years later. The Dublin, Ga., native served in a number of sea billets, including executive officer of
USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), and commanding officer of USS Rainier (AOE-7) and USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76).

Goodwin was promoted to flag rank and assumed the duty of deputy director, Strategy, Plans and Policy at U.S. European Command, Stuttgart, Germany, in September 2003.

His current position as commander of Carrier Strike Group 9 has him and his staff embarked aboard
USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72).

Carrier Strike Group 9 is comprised of many different ships and organizations, including
Lincoln, Destroyer Squadron 9, Carrier Air Wing 2, USS Shiloh (CG-67), USS Mobile Bay (CG-53), USS Russell (DDG-59) and USS Shoup (DDG-86).

According to the former pilot and surface Navy veteran, being back on
Lincoln, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, homeported in Everett, Wash., is a homecoming of sorts.

"I'm extremely proud to be the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group Commander,” Goodwin said. “Last time I embarked on board the
Abraham Lincoln, I was the commanding officer of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 94, and my stateroom was about 100 feet away.” Ironically, Goodwin was commanding officer of VFA-94 while embarked on Lincoln’s first deployment to the Persian Gulf region.

Goodwin also said his enjoyment of being back aboard
Abe and relocating to the Pacific Northwest is not only his own. “My family really loves the area,” Goodwin said. “It's great to be back in the beautiful Pacific Northwest” (Ref. Story Number: NNS051006-13 - Release Date: 10/6/2005 4:47:00 PM - From USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs, At Sea (NNS)).

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=20301

 

DESRON 9 Changes Leadership

 

Capt. James T. Loeblein relieved Capt. Jeffry A. Harley as Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 9 Commodore in a ceremony on 23 March 2007 aboard USS Momsen (DDG-92) moored at Naval Station Everett.

 

“I am both humbled and motivated beyond words to serve as Commodore,” Loeblein said. “It is a responsibility I do not take lightly.”

For 20 years, Loeblein served aboard various ships including USS
Meyerkord (FF-1058), USS Conolly (DD-979) and USS John S. McCain (DDG-56). He most recently commanded USS Thatch (FFG-43), where he participated in both Carrier Strike Group and Expeditionary Strike Group deployments to the Persian Gulf as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Prior to being relieved, Harley gave his best wishes to Loeblein.

“Gratitude to a fellow mariner, genuine patriot, and my friend Capt. Jim Loeblein,” Harley said, “who will take this DESRON to new heights.”

As the new commodore, Loeblein expressed his eagerness to lead his new shipmates of DESRON 9.

“I have prepared both personally and professionally over many years for this occasion,” said Loeblein. “Not for prestige or power, but because it provides something not found in any other profession. It offers the unique opportunity to lead the finest core of professionals America has to offer.”

Harley is expected to report to the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City as a military fellow.

The DESRON 9 staff is embarked aboard
USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72)” (Ref. Story Number: NNS070330-08 - Release Date: 3/30/2007 8:34:00 AM - By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brandon C. Wilson, Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs - EVERETT, Wash. (NNS)). http://www.news.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=28563

 

Van Buskirk Assumes Command of Abraham Lincoln Strike Group

 

“Rear Adm. Scott Van Buskirk relieved Rear Adm. John W. Goodwin as Commander Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 9 in a change of command ceremony held on 26 March 2007 aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) moored at Naval Base Kitsap, Bremerton. “It is a pleasure and an honor to be back in the Pacific Northwest, and especially to become part of the Abraham Lincoln Strike Group,” Van Buskirk said.

Van Buskirk graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1979 and spent much of his career aboard submarines, including tours as executive officer of USS
Georgia (SSBN-729) and as commanding officer of USS Pasadena (SSN-752). He was selected for flag officer in 2004; and, before taking command of CSG 9, served as Commander Task Force Total Force, which was established in 2004 to oversee the development of the Navy’s Human Capital Strategy.

Commander 3
rd Fleet, Vice Adm. Barry M. Costello, the guest speaker for the ceremony, said that Van Buskirk is only the second submarine officer ever to take command of a carrier strike group. “It’s the right thing to do, he’s the right person for the job, and as far as I know this is only the second time this has happened; it’s indicative of the strength of his leadership,” Costello said.

Abraham Lincoln is the flagship for CSG 9. CSG 9 is comprised of Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2, Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 9 and its associated ships: USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), USS Ingraham (FFG-61), USS Shoup (DDG-86), USS Ford (FFG-54), USS Momsen (DDG-92), USS Curts (FFG-38), USS Rodney M. Davis and USS Russell (DDG-59).

The strike group commander’s duties are to oversee operational training and readiness for the entire group and to maintain administrative functions and material war fighting readiness support for ships and squadrons. “This appointment is truly a dream come true, and it’s very humbling,” Van Buskirk said. “I look forward to working with the men and women of the strike group staff and each ship in the group.”

The departing Commander, Rear Adm. John W. Goodwin, served CSG 9 since Sept. 7, 2005. Under his leadership, the strike group completed a
Western Pacific deployment, which included participation in the massive U.S. joint forces exercise Valiant Shield and the multinational Rim of the Pacific and Foal Eagle exercises.

 

Goodwin is expected to transfer to Norfolk where he will assume the duties of Commander Naval Air Forces, U.S. Atlantic Fleet” (Ref. Story Number: NNS070327-19 - Release Date: 3/27/2007 5:52:00 PM - By Mass Communications Specialist Third Class James R. Evans, USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs - BREMERTON, Wash. (NNS)).

http://www.news.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=28538

 

CCSG-9 Holds Change of Command

 

“Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CCSG) 9 held a change of command ceremony on 9 October 2008 aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) moored at Naval Air Station North Island. Rear Adm. Scott Swift relieved Rear Adm. Scott Van Buskirk. Van Buskirk served as CCSG-9 since March 26, 2007. Under his leadership, the strike group completed a Western Pacific deployment and Navywide standardization in counter-targeting, missile defense and network defense tactical doctrine.

During his speech, Van Buskirk thanked the strike group's warfare commanders for the job they did during his tenure. "Their collective teamwork and superb leadership of their respective organizations and their sage advice and counsel were the catalyst for sustained mission success," Van Buskirk said. His next assignment is Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Plans, Policy, and Strategy in Washington. Swift grew up in San Diego, attended San Diego State University and received his commission in 1979 through the Aviation Reserve Office Candidate Program. Swift most recently served as Deputy Commander, Naval Forces, U.S. Central Command.

"In large part, due to the values instilled in me by example, I am secure in the knowledge that any strengths that I may lack are more than compensated for by the staff that support me," said Swift. "The confidence and self assurance I bring to the strike group is simply a reflection of so many who have, do and will support the strike group." Commander 3
rd Fleet Vice Adm. Samuel J. Locklear, served as guest speaker for the ceremony.

"This great strike group, centered around this magnificent carrier, is an extension of American will, the will of the people and is a guarantor of peace and ensures our success in war," said Locklear. "Assuming command is creating a vision and leading your team to attainment of that vision. Today the mantle of that responsibility for strike group commander has been passed to you (Swift)."

Abraham Lincoln is the flagship for CCSG 9. The Everett-based strike group is comprised of Carrier Air Wing 2, Destroyer Squadron 9 and its associated ships: USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), USS Ingraham (FFG-61), USS Shoup (DDG-86), USS Ford (FFG-54), USS Momsen (DDG-92), USS Curts (FFG-38), USS Rodney M. Davis and USS Russell (DDG-59).

 

The strike group commander's duties are to oversee operational training and readiness for the entire group and to maintain administrative functions and material warfighting readiness support for ships and squadrons” (Ref. Story Number: NNS081010-14 - Release Date: 10/10/2008 12:17:00 PM - By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW) Ahron Arendes, USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs - NORTH ISLAND, Calif. (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=40257

 

Lincoln Strike Group Changes Command

 

“Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 9 held a change of command ceremony aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) on 29 January 2010. During the ceremony, Rear Adm. Mark D. Guadagnini relieved Rear Adm. Scott Swift as Carrier Strike Group 9 commander. Swift served as commander of CSG 9 since Oct. 9, 2008. During his tour Swift was instrumental in orchestrating and leading sustained operations in support of the Navy's fleet response plan and U.S. 3rd Fleet's theater security cooperation plan. Also under Swift's leadership, Lincoln successfully completed a nine-month planned incremental availability ahead of schedule, during which the ship underwent a complete overhaul estimated at nearly $350 million.

In his farewell remarks Swift highlighted the support the people and civic leaders of the Puget Sound, Wash., area have shown the Navy, as well as the community and military leaders of nearby Canada. "We receive tremendous support here in Puget Sound and it's because of their leadership," said Swift.

Before ending his remarks Swift called Command Master Chief (SW/AW) Eric Schmidt to the stage to express his gratitude for the dedication Schmidt has given the Sailors of the
Lincoln and to give away his final command coin as CSG 9 commander. Swift is scheduled to report to U.S. Pacific Command to serve as the director of operations. Vice Adm. Richard W. Hunt, commander, 3rd Fleet, was the guest speaker and he reflected on the strong bonds Swift has forged with the local community. Hunt noted the positive relationships Swift built within the Navy, Coast Guard, community and with Canadian partners. "Trust cannot be surged, trust must be built over time," said Hunt. "I rely heavily upon [Swift] to forge relationships within the strike group and within the community. These relationships have resulted in the Puget Sound area warmly welcoming our Sailors into the community."

Guadagnini most recently hails from Chief of Naval Air Training, where he served as commander since August 2007. During the ceremony he revealed his top three guidelines: "winners have fun, take care of each other and be the best." Guadagnini said that not only does the Navy depend on the strike group, coalition maritime forces do as well. "We will be the best allies and partners to those who enjoy freedom of the seas," said Guadagnini.

Abraham Lincoln is the flagship for CSG 9, which is homeported in Everett, Wash. Lincoln Strike Group consists of Carrier Air Wing 2, Destroyer Squadron 9 and its associated ships USS Cape St. George (CG-71), USS Shoup (DDG-86), USS Momsem (DDG-92), USS Halsey (DDG-97), USS Sterett (DDG-104), USS Ford (FFG-54), USS Rodney M. Davis (FFG-60) and USS Ingraham (FFG-61)” (Ref. Story Number: NNS100130-07 - Release Date: 1/30/2010 7:06:00 PM - From USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs, EVERETT, Wash. (NNS)). http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=50960

 

Lincoln Strike Group Changes Command

 

“Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 9 held a change of command ceremony aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) on 13 May 2011. Rear Adm. Troy M. Shoemaker relieved Rear Adm. Mark D. Guadagnini as Carrier Strike Group 9 commander. Guadagnini served as commander of CSG 9 since Oct. 29, 2010. He was instrumental in orchestrating and leading sustained operations during the strike group's successful six-month deployment in the U.S. 5th and 7th Fleet areas of responsibility supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts.

Under Guadagnini's leadership
, Lincoln earned distinction as the Naval Air Forces Pacific Battle Effectiveness Award winner, receiving 13 of 14 departmental awards for sustained superior performance in an operational environment, prevailing in an extremely close competition among the six aircraft carriers in the Pacific Fleet. The Saberhawks of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 77, the guided-missile cruiser USS Sterett (DDG-104) and the fast frigate USS Rodney M. Davis (FFG-60) also earned Battle "E" awards while serving under Guadagnini as part of CSG 9.

In his farewell remarks, Guadagnini praised the hard work of the Sailors in the strike group and said their commitment to excellence was the key to such a successful deployment. Guadagnini is headed to Norfolk, Va., where he is scheduled to begin an assignment as the deputy commander and chief of staff at
U.S. Fleet Forces Command. Shoemaker comes to CSG 9 from Millington, Tenn., where he served as assistant commander, Navy Personnel Command for career management, PERS 4, Navy Personnel Command. He said that while he has big shoes to fill in his new post, he is acutely aware that he is responsible to his new command to maintain the standards of excellence set by his predecessor. "The bar has been set awfully high by Admiral Guadagnini," Shoemaker said. "The Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is the class of the fleet, and I intend to hold us to that same high standard."

Shoemaker, a native of St. Petersburg, Fla., graduated with honors from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1982, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Systems Engineering and was designated a naval aviator in 1984. He has more than 4,000 flight hours and more than 1,000 carrier arrested landings. Shoemaker has previously commanded Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 105, Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 106 and Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 17.
Abraham Lincoln is the flagship for CSG 9, which is homeported in Everett, Wash. The Lincoln Strike Group consists of Carrier Air Wing 2, Destroyer Squadron 9 and its associated ships USS Cape St. George (CG-71), USS Shoup (DDG-86), USS Momsem (DDG-92), USS Halsey (DDG-97), USS Sterett (DDG-104), USS Ford (FFG-54), USS Rodney M. Davis (FFG-60) and USS Ingraham (FFG-61)” (Ref. Story Number: NNS110513-28 - Release Date: 5/13/2011 4:08:00 PM - From USS Abraham Lincoln Public Affairs, EVERETT, Wash. (NNS)).

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=60365

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) CO’S, Home Port Assignments, Commander, Carrier Strike Group and Cruiser Destroyer Group (CCDG) and Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CCSG) Change of Command Ceremonies from 2004 to 2011.

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