A Tribute to Rear Admiral Anthony W. Lengerich, Unites States Navy ; The Hon. Jerry Lewis of California in the House of Representatives
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Mr. LEWIS of California. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Rear Admiral Anthony W. Lengerich, United States Navy, who is retiring after more than 34 years of faithful service to our Nation. A native of Redlands, California, Rear Admiral Lengerich received his commission in 1971 through a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship at the University of Colorado, and has since served with great distinction both as a Surface Warfare Officer and an Engineering Duty Officer.
Lengerich has been a personal mentor to nearly one-third of the entire Navy ED community and has worked with the Naval Postgraduate School to create a new accredited Master of Science in Systems Engineering curriculum and to create an advisory board on course curriculum critical to NAVSEA and SPAWAR.
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