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2018 NAVAL SHORE ACTIVITIES SAILOR OF THE YEAR


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RMKS/1.  I am pleased to announce the selection of LN1 Oneka L. Stegall as 
the 2018 Naval Shore Activities Sailor of the Year.

2.  Petty Officer Stegall was nominated by Commander, Naval Legal Service 
Command and was selected from a field of 24 nominations representing some of 
the finest Petty Officers currently serving in our Navy.  Congratulations to 
her and the other four exceptional finalists:

    a. HM1 Rafael E. Castillo, representing Commander, U.S. Marine Corps 
Forces, Special Operations Command.
    b. ET1 Jennifer R. Macaya, representing Naval Post Graduate School.
    c. HM1 Karla C. Quintero, representing Chief, Bureau of Medicine and 
Surgery.
    d. MA1 Yanitsa Wiley, representing Commander, Navy Installations Command.

3.  The competition was robust and reflected the high caliber of Sailors 
serving at shore activities throughout the world.  All of the finalists 
represented their commands and the entire enlisted community with 
distinction.

4.  Petty Officer Stegall will next compete during the 2018 Navy Shore Sailor 
of the Year competition in April.

5.  Released by Ms. Steffanie B. Easter, Director, Navy Staff.//

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