Navy Recruit Training Command Graduation | November 27, 2019


Navy boot camp graduation from Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois, November 27, 2019.

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Good morning and welcome to Recruit Training Command and today’s graduation. We are very excited to have all the family and friends of our Sailors, both here and online, because you are about to watch the formal transition from recruits to full-fledged Sailors in the world’s greatest and most powerful navy. As we honor the accomplishments of America’s best and brightest, we must also honor the family and friends of these new Sailors. Without you and your steadfast support and devotion, this day would not be possible. Throughout our nation’s history, the secret to our military success has always been the military families that stand the watch at home and support their Sailors. The Department of the Navy has made the determination that the men and women graduating today have what it takes, and that is thanks to you. So on behalf of the United States Navy, thank you for the support and care you provide. This celebration is not just for the graduates, but for you as well. Take special pride in what your Sailor has accomplished and the tremendous journey they are about to embark on. They are our future. Thank you again for your support and all you do to keep America safe and strong. Enjoy this ceremony. It gives me distinct pleasure to welcome you to our Navy Family.

[Performers] Hooyah, go Navy!

State flags, carry arms.

[Presenter] As the parade of graduates approaches, we salute the states and territories whose sons and daughters will graduate today.

[Presenter] Delaware.

[Presenter] Pennsylvania. New Jersey.

[Presenter] Georgia. Connecticut. Massachusetts.

[Presenter] Maryland.

[Presenter] South Carolina.

New Hampshire.

[Presenter] Virginia. New York.

[Presenter] North Carolina. Rhode Island. Vermont.

[Presenter] Kentucky. Tennessee. Ohio. Louisiana. Indiana.

[Presenter] Mississippi.

[Presenter] Illinois. Alabama. Maine. Missouri.

[Presenter] Arkansas. Michigan.

[Presenter] Florida. Texas. Iowa. Wisconsin.

[Presenter] California. Minnesota.

[Presenter] Oregon. Kansas. West Virginia. Nevada. Nebraska.

[Presenter] Colorado. North Dakota.

[Presenter] South Dakota. Montana. Washington.

[Presenter] Idaho.

[Presenter] Wyoming. Utah.

[Presenter] Oklahoma.

[Presenter] New Mexico. Arizona.

[Presenter] Alaska.

[Presenter] Hawaii. District of Columbia. Puerto Rico.

[Presenter] Guam.

[Presenter] American Samoa. Northern Mariana Islands. Virgin Islands.

[Presenter] State flags, order arms. And now we invite you to join the staff of Recruit Training Command in welcoming the graduating divisions with your applause as they enter Midway Ceremonial Hall and are announced in the following order.

[Leader] Division, left face.

[Announcer] Please welcome Division 001.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 002.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 003.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 004.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 005.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 006.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 007.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 008.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 801.

[Leader] Division, right face.

[Announcer] Division 802. Today’s graduating performing unit is Division 901. Division 901 provides the state flag, color guard, and drumline units for today’s ceremony. Ladies and gentlemen, you may be seated. Thank you. Divisions, right face. Section leaders, fall out and collect outer garments.

State flags, carry arms. Forward platoon, formation march. State flags, order arms. Parade, right.

[Announcer] Divisions, countermarch. Divisions, halt.

Prepare for review at a normal interval. Dress left, dress. Ready, front. Left, face. At close interval, dress right, dress. Ready, front. Right, face. Parade, rest.

[Announcer] May I have your attention please. For the remainder of the review, no one will be permitted to pass in front of the review stand, and we ask this as a courtesy to our reviewing officer. Photography is certainly encouraged, but we ask that you remain seated and off the drill deck. The photographers you will see on deck throughout the review are the official photographers of Recruit Training Command. Division commanders, left or right face. Parade, rest.

[Rob] Ladies and gentlemen, good morning. I’m Lieutenant Rob Griffin-Duncan, Recruit Training Command’s drill division officer. I would like to welcome you to today’s Pass in Review. Today, you will see 11 divisions comprised of 789 Sailors participate in their graduation ceremony and soon join the most powerful navy in the world. Please draw your attention to the unit positioned at center deck. There is the review commander and staff. The review commander is responsible for conducting the graduation ceremony. Today’s review commander is Seaman Recruit Alexander Pubay from Hammond, Indiana. Let’s give him a hand, folks. Performing today is the staff unit on their sixth week of training, triple threat unit on their seventh week of training, and state flags unit on their eighth and final week of training. These units are comprised entirely of recruits. During their night of arrival, all recruits are placed into divisions of 88 personnel and assigned their division commanders. Recruit division commanders form the backbone of recruit training and are the key individuals in the life of every recruit. Division commanders must serve as counselors, disciplinarians, administrators, and military leaders. Above all, they must show themselves as outstanding examples of military bearing, appearance, attitude, and behavior. Each division also has a recruit chief petty officer. This is the senior recruit who supervises the divisional staff positions and leads the division in the absence of their division commanders. Now ladies and gentlemen, it is my pleasure to introduce the graduating divisions, their division commanders, and recruit chief petty officers. As I introduce each division, they will raise the competitive flags they have earned throughout their training. As I introduce each recruit chief petty officer, the flag representing their home state will also be raised. Please hold your applause until all introductions have been completed. I will be starting from their right. Division 001, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Rahim Connor, Petty Officer First Class Sean Tracy, Petty Officer First Class Lavin Hadley, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Julio Vernanadez from Houston, Texas. Division 002, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Carl Haydish, Petty Officer First Class William Shuck, Petty Officer Second Class Alyssa Esparza, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Colton Vowel from Waxahachie, Texas. Division 003, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Scott McKenna, Petty Officer First Class Sasha Anthony Clarence, Petty Officer First Class Benjamin Bacardi, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Cody Dalton from Dixon, Missouri. Division 004, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Jordan Laporte, Petty Officer First Class Nicholas Abbott, Petty Officer Second Class Sean Delong, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Grayson Reynolds from Oroville, California. Division 005, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Ricardo Rodriguez, Petty Officer First Class Orion Butstow, Petty Officer Second Class Madnaley Martinez, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman McKayla Byers from Gaffney, South Carolina. Division 006, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Dwayne Lee, Petty Officer First Class Aaron Myers, Petty Officer First Class Victor Moreno Farfan, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Jacob Adams from San Diego, California. Division 007, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Christopher Youngers, Petty Officer First Class Daniel Cutt, Petty Officer First Class Haime Peretez, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Elliott Trevino from San Antonio, Texas. Division 008, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Robert Donald, Petty Officer First Class Knockum Brown, Petty Officer Second Class Henry Williams, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Tressley Duponte from Fall River, Massachusetts. Division 801, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Jessica Barnes, Petty Officer First Class Jerich Columna, Petty Officer First Class Rafael Espinoza, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Max Spice from Clearwater, Florida. Division 802, commanded by Chief Petty Officer Ryan Quinn, Petty Officer First Class Andrew Bell, Petty Officer Second Class Carmen Zayla, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Jackson Burnett from Surprise, Arizona. Division 901, commanded by Petty Officer First Class William Leon, Petty Officer First Class Ampleus County, Petty Officer First Class Tyler Sights, and their recruit chief petty officer, Seaman Brielle Laclear from Gainesville, Florida. On behalf of the commanding officer and staff of Recruit Training Command, we congratulate these division commanders and recruit chief petty officers on a job well done.

In a moment, you will see the ceremonial sideboys, bosun, and honor guard take their places for arrival honors. This time-honored tradition is our formal greeting to this morning’s reviewing officer. When requested by the announcer, please stand for the arrival honors, marching on of the colors, the national anthem, and the invocation. As a reminder, military guests shall remain covered throughout the entire graduation ceremony. And ladies and gentlemen, one final note. As befitting the importance of this occasion, our ceremony is conducted in a formal manner. However, we do encourage you to participate in today’s graduation ceremony by letting your applause show your Sailors just how proud of them you are. Once again, welcome aboard.

Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Honor guard, march. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. March, halt. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Honor guard, halt. Left, face. Order, arms. At a normal interval, dress left, dress. Ready, front. Parade, rest.

[Alexander] Divisions, attention.

[Officer] Side Orderly, strike four bells.

[Announcer] Will the guests please rise and remain standing for the arrival of the official party? Recruit Training Command arriving.

[Alexander] Order, arms.

[Announcer] The guests may be seated.

Good morning, Captain. Honor guard standing by for inspection, sir.

[Captain] Very well.

Inspection, arms. Thank you for your inspection comments, sir. Right shoulder, arms. Post ranks, march. Right, face. Forward, march. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left. Left.

Color guard, parade the colors.

[Announcer] Will the guests please rise? Present, arms.

♪ O say can you see ♪ ♪ By the dawn’s early light ♪ ♪ What so proudly we hailed ♪ ♪ At the twilight’s last gleaming ♪ ♪ Whose broad stripes and bright stars ♪ ♪ Through the perilous fight ♪ ♪ O’er the ramparts we watched ♪ ♪ Were so gallantly streaming ♪ ♪ And the rockets’ red glare ♪ ♪ The bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ Gave proof through the night ♪ ♪ That our flag was still there ♪ ♪ O say does that star-spangled ♪ ♪ Banner yet wave ♪ ♪ O’er the land of the free ♪ ♪ And the home of the brave ♪

[Alexander] Order, arms. Retire the color.

[Announcer] Present, arms. Order, arms. Chaplain Rodriguez will offer this morning’s invocation.

Let us pray. Almighty and Eternal Father, we come to you in gratitude for the lives of these brave young men and women. They have transitioned from civilians into Sailors. We thank you for their families and loved ones. We pray for them to always be mindful of the importance of honoring the United States Navy, defending freedom and democracy around the world. We pray for them to always remain physically, mentally, and spiritually tough. Such a state of their whole being will help them embrace the necessary resiliency for the mission they are called to achieve. God, help them understand that who they are goes farther than what they do, and in life, who we are precedes what we do. We thank you for the lessons they have received from their instructors and our leaders in Recruit Training Command Great Lakes. From now on, new challenges will come to their lives. Help them always be aware of your presence. Because you are their shepherd, they shall not want. Because you are their father, they shall never be orphans. Because you are their creator, they will always be protected and safe. Protect their families, what they represent, their values of honor, courage, and commitment, as well as the attributes of integrity, accountability, initiative, and toughness as they defend the greatest nation humankind has ever seen, the United States of America. May your grace, mercy, and blessings be upon us all, Amen.

[Audience] Amen.

♪ Eternal Father ♪ ♪ Strong to save ♪ ♪ Whose arm hath bound the restless wave ♪ ♪ Who bidd’st the mighty ocean deep ♪ ♪ Its own appointed limits keep ♪ ♪ O, hear us when we cry to thee ♪ ♪ For those in peril on the sea ♪ ♪ Amen ♪ ♪ Amen ♪

[Announcer] Our guests may be seated. At this point, the commanding officer would issue orders and instructions to the unit commanders. Then the unit commanders would face about and relay the information to their divisions. Today’s events show how orders are passed through the chain of command.

[Adjutant] Divisions, report.

Division 001 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 002 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 003 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 004 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 005 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 006 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 007 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 008 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 801 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

Division 802 all present or accounted for, sir.

[Adjutant] Very well.

[Leader] Division 901 all present or accounted for, sir.

Very well. All divisions present or accounted for, sir.

Very well. The Sailor’s Creed.

[Sailors] I am a United States Sailor. I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, and I will obey the orders of those appointed over me. I represent the fighting spirit of the Navy and those who have gone before me to defend freedom and democracy around the world. I proudly serve my country’s Navy combat team with honor, courage, and commitment. I am committed to excellence and fair treatment of all.

Good morning, Captain. I present the graduating divisions. Request permission to commence the review.

Very well, commence the review.

Aye aye, sir.

[Adjutant] Parade, rest.

Sound off.

♪ I am America ♪ ♪ I am the wheat fields of the plains ♪ ♪ I am the warm Pacific rains ♪ ♪ I am they ♪ ♪ I am the concrete of LA ♪ ♪ I am the city by the bay ♪ ♪ I am the southwest burning sand ♪ ♪ Burning sand ♪ ♪ I am New England’s forest land ♪ ♪ Fording the stream ♪ ♪ I am the light of liberty ♪ ♪ I am as far as you can see ♪ ♪ O beautiful for spacious skies ♪ ♪ For amber waves of grain ♪ ♪ For purple mountain majesties ♪ ♪ Above the fruited plain ♪ ♪ America ♪ ♪ America ♪ ♪ God shed his grace on thee ♪ ♪ And crown thy good with brotherhood ♪ ♪ From sea to shining sea ♪ ♪ We stand our colors, raise a hue ♪ ♪ But stand we all in Navy blue ♪ ♪ In Navy blue ♪ ♪ We stand the red, the white, the blue ♪ ♪ America ♪ ♪ We are you ♪ ♪ America ♪

[Drill Team] Hooyah Navy.

♪ Anchors aweigh, my boys ♪ ♪ Anchors aweigh ♪ ♪ Farewell to foreign shores ♪ ♪ We sail at break of daaaay ♪ ♪ Through our last night ashore ♪ ♪ Drink to the foam ♪ ♪ Until we meet once more ♪ ♪ Here’s wishing you a happy voyage home ♪

[Leader] Drummers, singers, one, two, three, four.

Award winners, left or right face. Award winners reporting, sir.

Very well. Good morning, I’m Captain Erik Thors, commanding officer of Recruit Training Command, and we’ll start of by apologizing for my late entry. Standing out there, my jacket started to disintegrate. So I will tell you why I love my Sailors so much. ‘Cause in a fraction of a second, I had a senior chief that had my jacket off, I had a civilian with a sewing kit, and they were doing combat repairs in about 30 seconds. So if this jacket falls off, whatever.

I welcome you to this morning’s recruit graduation ceremony, and I think we should also show our love and admiration of our newest Sailors. So on the count of three, I want the family members to scream, stomp, yell, do whatever the heck you gotta do. Get it out of your system, but let these Sailors know how much we love them. Here we go, one, two, three, let it go.

All right, well done. Ladies and gentlemen. All right. Don’t make me send a recruit division commander your way. Ladies and gentlemen, this is where our Navy heritage meets the future and where these young men and women enter the profession of arms. Division 901 graduates today. They are the state flags unit, providing the 50 state flags, District of Columbia, and US territory flags, drum corps, and color guard. Please join me in giving them a hand for their outstanding performances.

Welcome to our guest of honor, Force Master Chief David B. Carter, Naval Information Forces. I would also like to welcome all the veterans in our audience for their service to our country. Would our veterans please stand?

I am pleased to welcome the families and friends of these graduates who have come here today to share in this significant milestone with our newest Sailors. The men and women of Recruit Training Command are dedicated to providing the United States Navy basically trained, physically fit, and sharply disciplined Sailors like those whom you see before you. They and others like them serve as the bedrock of our naval forces. They give our Navy its combat edge, and they enable us to help keep this nation secure. These Sailors have successfully completed eight weeks of demanding recruit training. They’ve recently demonstrated their knowledge and courage during battle stations. They have earned the right to wear the uniform recognized throughout the world as a symbol of freedom. This training group is ready to graduate and serve in the world’s most powerful navy. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you 789 of the newest and sharpest Sailors in the United States Navy.

[Announcer] Recruit Training Command’s competitive system among individual recruits and divisions promotes teamwork, attention to detail, and pride in accomplishment. Divisions performing above standards throughout their training are awarded recognition flags in five mission areas, academic achievement, military drill, compartment readiness, applications, and physical fitness. These flags are carried as a visible symbol of the division’s success. Each flag indicates that your Sailors, individually and as teams, met performance standards in one or more mission areas. A division that excels in every phase of training qualifies for the Battle Efficiency Honor Division Recognition and is awarded the Battle E Honor Flag for this exemplary achievement. Division 802 has earned this honor today, and we congratulate them on a job exceptionally well done.

[Alexander] Parade, rest.

[Announcer] Captain Thors will now present this week’s individual awards, and he will be joined on the drill deck by our guest of honor, Force Master Chief Carter.

Good morning, Captain, Seaman Melone reporting.

[Erik] Very well.

[Announcer] For achieving the highest overall academic score during recruit training, Seaman Ethan Melone, Division 901, from Burke, Virginia has earned the Academic Excellence Award, which is sponsored by the Lake Defiance chapter of the Illinois Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Seaman Melone receives a letter of commendation from the commanding officer. Well done, Sailor.

Thank you, Captain. Good morning, Force Master Chief. Thank you, Force Master Chief.

Good morning, Captain, Seaman Chang reporting.

[Erik] Very well.

[Announcer] For having displaying extraordinary qualities best expressing the American spirit of honor, initiative, and loyalty, Seaman Jeffrey Chang, Division 802, from Mountain Lakes, New Jersey is awarded the Navy League Award, which is sponsored by the Navy League of the United States. Seaman Chang is presented with a commemorative plaque and a letter of commendation from the commanding officer. Well done, Sailor.

Thank you, Captain.

Good morning, Captain, Seaman Hubbell reporting.

[Erik] Very well.

[Announcer] Seaman Graham Hubbell, Division 801, from Plainwell, Michigan is the winner of the United Service Organization Award for best exemplifying the spirit and intent of the word shipmate. Seaman Graham is given a commemorative plaque from the United Service Organization. Well done, Sailor.

Good morning, Captain, Seaman Kuhn reporting.

Very well.

[Announcer] Seaman Clayton Kuhn, Division 802, from Fort Mill, South Carolina is the recipient of the Military Order of the World Wars Award of Merit. This award is presented for meritorious performance during recruit training. Seaman Kuhn is presented with a commemorative plaque from the Military Order of the World Wars. Well done, Sailor.

Good morning, Captain, Seaman Weiss reporting.

[Erik] Very well.

[Announcer] The Military Officers Association Leadership Award is presented to Seaman Cameron Weiss, Division 801, from Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania for demonstrating exceptional tenacity and professionalism. Seaman Weiss is awarded a letter of commendation from our commanding officer. Well done, Sailor.

Good morning, Captain, Seaman Zakarian reporting.

[Erik] Very well.

Seaman Harry Zakarian, Division 802, from Boston, Massachusetts is the recipient of the Navy Club of the United States of America Military Excellence Award for best exemplifying the qualities of enthusiasm, devotion to duty, military bearing, and teamwork. This award places him at the pinnacle of today’s newest Sailors. He is awarded a flag letter of commendation. Seaman Zakarian, the staff of Recruit Training Command salutes you as the finest of this group of graduates. Well done, Sailor.

Divisions, attention.

[Announcer] It is appropriate to recognize such outstanding individual accomplishments by these Sailors with a round of three cheers. The adjutant will lead all graduating divisions in three cheers for this morning’s award winners.

Hip hip.

[Sailors] Hooray!

Hip hip.

[Sailors] Hooray!

Hip hip.

[Sailors] Hooray!

Good morning again. I get the unique opportunity to speak to you a second time today. I’m privileged and honored to have this opportunity. I want to extend a warm welcome to our friends and families of these outstanding sailors. Your presence today here matters. Your ongoing support in their decision to serve matters, and for that, I thank you. I know many of you have traveled far and wide to be here and celebrate this special day with them as they begin a new chapter in their life, the first day of the rest of their life. And for that, we thank you. Before us today, there are 789 Sailors who have demonstrated that they are ready to take up the profession of arms. So before we go any further, let’s do it one more time and give them a big round of applause. Here we go, let it go.

Over the past eight weeks, over the past eight weeks and maybe a couple extra weeks for some ’cause I knew it took me a little extra seasoning in ’87, these young men and women have undergone a transformation from civilian to Sailor. They have proven themselves to be smartly disciplined, physically fit, and basically trained Sailors, warriors. I say warriors because they have trained to begin their Navy life with a fighting spirit, never to give up the ship, never let their shipmates down, and be tough in the face of challenge. They are warriors because they’ve been instilled with the character to be selfless, always placing God, country, family, and Navy, their ship and their shipmates above and before themselves. I’m also humbled and proud to lead the men and women of Recruit Training Command. These recruit division commanders, instructors, and support staff have dedicated their lives, sacrificed family time and the easy life to give everything they have to build this next generation of Warrior Sailor. Please join me in commending them for their outstanding performance.

To our newest shipmates standing before us, America is safe and free because of the service and sacrifice of those before us who chose to serve in the profession of arms, and now you have answered the call to carry the torch of liberty and become the shield of our republic. You are the real deal, the 1% of Americans who choose to serve and become part of something bigger than yourselves. You are serving during a time when your nation needs you most. We are surrounded by a complex world with those who do not agree with our way of life and wish to deny our liberties, our prosperity, and disrupt the international order which maintains the peace. We are once again engaged in a great power competition. Our Navy is critical to America’s defense in securing our place in the world. Your Navy is positioned forward where it matters, where it is needed. America’s Navy is always present and ready 24/7, 365 both in peace and war. To be clear, we sail ready to fight and win. Shipmates, you must adopt this aggressive fighting spirit and protect that which you hold so dear. To our families and friends, again, thank you for being an integral part of your Sailor’s development and success. We cannot and could not have succeeded without your love and support. Our strength comes from family readiness and steady support throughout our career. You have raised these young men and women with a strong foundation, and we have built upon that, strengthening their honor, courage, and commitment. Your efforts have created what you see before you, selfless, dedicated warriors. Sailors, make the most of every day. The Navy is a wonderful life, hard but wonderful. So I’m gonna take a minute and just end with a story. I grew up with my father disabled when he was 38. Couldn’t remember what he’d just eaten, but the fact he could remember everything from the past crystal-clear. It just so happened that he too was a Sailor, and so growing up I heard many a sea story, quite a few that I can’t repeat. But the one ringing element common to all of them was the love of his shipmates. It was always the people, his buddies, that brought him the greatest joy. This was my motivation to join 32 years ago, and I could tell you my father was absolutely right. It is the people, your shipmates, that make this the best adventure. And so I say to our newest Sailors and all their loved ones, welcome to the Navy Family. May God bless you, the United States Navy, and the United States of America.

[Leader] State flags, carry arms. Forward platoon, formation march.

[Announcer] Captain Thors will now receive the salute of the graduating divisions, and he will be joined on the drill deck by Recruit Training Command Sixth Fleet Commander, Lieutenant Commander Cook. Please remain seated until your graduates have been placed on liberty.

Ladies and gentlemen, please join me in one more round of appreciation for our wonderful musicians of Navy Band Great Lakes.

Flags, post. Section leaders, fall out and retrieve outer garments.

Midway Ceremonial Drill Hall will be closing at the conclusion of today’s graduation. Please check the area around you to ensure you have all of your possessions. For those families with strollers, please retrieve them as you exit the drill hall. As a reminder to all graduating Sailors, ensure that you are in the proper uniform of the day prior to exiting the drill hall. Thanks again to each and every one of you for joining us on this most memorable of Navy days. And without further delay, now hear this, now hear this. Liberty call, liberty call, fall out.

For the parents of Division 901, please meet your graduated Sailors center deck.

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