Lubbock native promoted to Navy Chief Petty Officer

Lubbock native promoted to Navy Chief Petty Officer

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Navy Counselor 1st Class Nathaniel Sehon, of Lubbock, being promoted to the rank of chief petty officer during a pinning ceremony. Navy Counselor 1st Class Nathaniel Sehon, of Lubbock, being promoted to the rank of chief petty officer during a pinning ceremony.
LUBBOCK, Texas -

After six weeks of training, Navy Counselor 1st Class Nathaniel Sehon, of Lubbock, assigned to Navy Recruiting District (NRD) San Antonia, was promoted to the rank of Chief Petty Officer during a pinning ceremony at the Fort Sam Houston Theatre. 

Sehon, a graduate of Lubbock Cooper High School, was pinned by his wife, Amanda, and their children. 

"This is the most pivotal time in my career," Sehon said. "It is a great honor to become a chief petty officer and very humbling for me and my family." 

After the ceremony, active duty, retired and former Chief Petty Officer “Manned the Rails” saluted Sehon as he passed through the side boys and was welcomed into the NRD Chief’s Mess.

NRD San Antonio’s area of responsibility includes more than 34 Navy Recruiting Stations and Navy Officer Recruiting Stations spread throughout 144,000 square miles of Central and South Texas territory. 

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