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Links Date Command & Location Grade Type
115-14 9/17/2014 Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic GS-15 Region Counsel
114-14 9/17/2014 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona NT-IV-V (GS-11-14 equivalent) Assistant Counsel
113-14 9/17/2014 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock NT-VI/ GS-15 equivalent Supervisory Attorney
112-14 9/12/2014 U.S. Fleet Forces Command, Norfolk GS-15 Senior Attorney
111-14 9/12/2014 Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest GS - 11/12 Assistant Counsel
110-14 9/12/2014 Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic GS-11/12/13/14 Assistant Counsel
109-14 9/5/2014 Naval Facilities Europe, Africa, Southwest Asia GS-15 Counsel
108-14 9/5/2014 United States Marine Corps, Okinawa, Japan GS-14 Assistant Counsel
106-14 9/9/2014 NAVFACSW, San Diego, CA GS-12/13/14 Attorney

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