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In today's smaller Navy, on ships that are not fully manned, chief petty officers must regain their reputations as the sea-going professionals with the answers.
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Chief Lanham currently serves on board the John Hancock (DD-981). Previously he was a Company Chief at the U.S. Naval Academy, and has completed tours on the Germantown (LSD-42) and Forrestal (CV-59).
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