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Several Pacific-based units were recently recognized in the 2007 Navy Community Service Awards program, according to the Navy.

The program recognizes shore, sea and overseas categories of community projects. Following are Pacific winners in their respective categories:

l Community Service Health Safety and Fitness, small overseas category — Afloat Training Group Western Pacific, based at Yokosuka Naval Base, was the winner; Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station on Guam received honorable mention.

l Community Service Health Safety and Flagship, large sea category — USS Frank Cable, homeported at Apra Harbor, Guam, received an honorable mention.

l Project Good Neighbor — USS Frank Cable won the large sea category and U.S. Naval Hospital Guam won the large overseas category. Commander, Fleet Activities Okinawa won the medium overseas category and Guam-based Mobile Security Squadron 7 earned an honorable mention. In the small overseas category, Guam-based Commander, Submarine Squadron 15 won and Yokosuka’s Afloat Training Group Western Pacific received honorable mention.

l Environmental Stewardship Awards — U.S. Naval Hospital Guam won the large overseas category; Mobile Security Squadron 7 won the medium overseas category; and Commander, Submarine Squadron 15 won the small overseas category.


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