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82 sailors graduate from enlisted submarine school

Published January 28. 2013 4:00AM

Groton — Eighty-two sailors, “Class 13080,” USS Ohio (SSGN-726), graduated from Basic Enlisted Submarine School Jan. 25.

Seaman Recruit Aubrey Thompson, the class honorman, was meritoriously advanced. Seaman Apprentice Christopher Friscia received the Navy Core Values Award and Fireman David Pellegrino, the class leader, received the Heritage Award.

Friscia, Seaman Michael Clegg, Seaman Apprentice Joshua Bellinfante, Damage Controlman Second Class Adrian Grey, Seaman Apprentice Ethan Keller, Seaman  David Starr, Seaman Michael Ciscernos, Builder’s Mate First Class Arturo Enriquez, Seaman Apprentice Jordan Vancleave, Fireman Travis Duffield, Seaman Michael Stratford, Seaman Apprentice Dillon Dossey, Seaman Erik Prinster, Seaman Apprentice Tyler Couch, Seaman Apprentice Matthew Harris, Seaman Apprentice Kevin Semma, Air Controlman Second Class Matthew Anderson and Seaman Apprentice Michael Devivo were graduates with distinction.

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