Lt. Matt McKenzie

February 2009
Sea Power;Feb2009, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p64
The article offers information on the life and ambitions of Matt McKenzie, operations officer of the National Ice Center/Naval Ice Center in Suitland, Maryland. It states that McKenzie served as combat information watch officer and electrical officer on the dock landing ship, USS Pearl Harbor. It mentions that McKenzie's favorite assignment was the Naval Oceanographic anti-submarine warfare (ASW) Detachment in San Diego, California.


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