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Teresa Ward
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Teresa Ward
Teresa Ward. (Left) Teresa Ward recieving promotion to E-5 (petty officer Second Class) in CINPAC Fleet at Pearl Harbor 1984. (right photo ) Daughters Kristin and Cassie with Teresa Ward, USFWS.. Teresa Gillis Ward entered the U.S. Navy in May 1983. During her military career she was assigned to U.S. Commander in Chief in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; VF-126 in Miramar, California; U.S. Southern Command in the Panama Canal Zone; and U.S. Central Command, MacDill AFB, Florida. She performed these duties during Operation “Just Cause” and Operations “Desert Shield and Desert Storm.” She separated from the Navy as a Yeoman First Class (E6) in October 1997. . . She then followed her husband’s Navy career for ten more years assigned to Connecticut, Mississippi and lastly Athens, GA. She entered government service as an Accounting Technician at the Naval Training Center in Groton, CT; Military Personnel Clerk at Keesler AFB and Executive Assistant at Pascagoula, MS, before assuming her current duties as Administrative Specialist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ecological Services Regional Office in Atlanta. . . Gillis-Ward’s professional awards included the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, one Joint Service Achievement Medal, four Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medals, the National Defense Service Medal, the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, two Overseas Service Ribbons, and three Good Conduct Awards.
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