South River native serves at Joint Typhoon Warning Center

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PHOTO BY U.S. NAVY MASS COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST 1ST CLASS RUSTY PANG
Most Americans rely on weather forecasts to plan their daily routine. The U.S. Navy is no different. With numerous ships, submarines and airplanes deployed in the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s area of operations, sailors stationed at the Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Hawaii, make it their primary mission to monitor extreme weather conditions in support of the fleet’s daily operations. Lt. Stephanie Geant, a 2008 Cardinal McCarrick High School graduate and native of South River, has served in the Navy for six years and is serving at the Joint Typhoon Warning Center. Information provided by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Erica R. Gardner, U.S. Navy Office of Community Outreach.

PHOTO BY U.S. NAVY MASS COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST 1ST CLASS RUSTY PANG

Most Americans rely on weather forecasts to plan their daily routine. The U.S. Navy is no different. With numerous ships, submarines and airplanes deployed in the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s area of operations, sailors stationed at the Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Hawaii, make it their primary mission to monitor extreme weather conditions in support of the fleet’s daily operations. Lt. Stephanie Geant, a 2008 Cardinal McCarrick High School graduate and native of South River, has served in the Navy for six years and is serving at the Joint Typhoon Warning Center.

 

  • Information provided by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Erica R. Gardner, U.S. Navy Office of Community Outreach.

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