Assault Craft Unit Two

Assault Craft Unit Two “Welcome to the official page for Assault Craft Unit Two, Workhorse of the Amphibious Fleet"
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ACU TWO is a unique and dynamic naval unit with almost 300 officers and Sailors operating 16 Utility Landing Craft (LCU) vessels, 4 Mechanized Landing Craft (LCM-8) and 2 Utility Boats (UB). ACU TWO craft have operated in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, the Indian Ocean, the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea , supporting virtually every amphibious exercise or contingency operation that occurred in those waters since 1960. The unit has its roots in the early development of amphibious warfare. While the need for specialized naval forces was foreseen as early as the 1930s, it was not until World War II that they became reality with the formation of the Amphibious Forces and the Beach Party Battalions. The Beach Party Battalion, the forerunner of the Naval Beach Group of today, was a group of personnel organized to ensure an orderly flow of personnel, material and vehicles across a beach, embracing the missions of today’s Beachmaster Units, Amphibious Construction Battalions and Assault Craft Units. The Beach Party Battalions and Assault Craft Units evolved through trial and error and, by the time the United States and its Allies went on the offensive in World War II, the Beach Party Battalion had become an integral part of every amphibious assault. After World War II, the Beach Party Battalions were combined and commissioned as Naval Beach Group TWO. The command was further modified in 1949 when Boat Unit TWO and Beachmaster Unit TWO were formed and added to Naval Beach Group TWO. Boat Unit TWO, the predecessor of ACU TWO, was formed to provide lighterage to transport groups, to assist in the ship-to-shore movement of troops, vehicles and cargo, and to provide boats for tending pontoon causeways. When formed, Boat Unit TWO operated LCM-6 craft, but started shifting to the faster, larger and more capable LCM-8 in 1957. The new LCM-8s could carry a heavier and more varied combat load. BOAT UNIT TWO gained a third landing craft variant in 1959 when it merged with Landing Craft Squadron TWO and its LCUs. In December 1959, Boat Unit TWO officially changed its name to Assault Craft Unit TWO (ACU TWO). Since 1959, ACU TWO has provided landing craft detachments that have participated in numerous significant operations. ACU TWO elements participated in the Cuban Refugee assistance operations in the Florida Strait in 1980; the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) evacuation from Beirut in 1982 and the subsequent insertion of Multi-National Peacekeeping Forces; the rescue of American students and citizens on the island of Grenada in 1983; the liberation of Kuwait and Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in 1991; the restoration of democracy to Haiti in 1994; and Operation Allied Force in support of peacekeeping and humanitarian support 1999. Most recently, ACU TWO supported amphibious operations during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Landing craft detachments routinely support Mediterranean Amphibious Ready Groups (MARG) and the annual South American UNITAS Exercise. In addition to supplying landing craft detachments, ACU TWO provides trained personnel to support Maritime Pre-positioning Force (MPF) operations. Relatively new to the ACU TWO mission, the MPF concept was developed in the 1980s in response to the reduction in forces the United States had stationed overseas and the availability of foreign bases. The concept centers around merchant ships pre-loaded with United States Marine Corps equipment which are offloaded at port or at anchor and then married with Marines to provide a combat force anywhere in the world. ACU TWO trains and provides active duty and reserve personnel to operate the LCM-8s used to offload the ships. ACU TWO has participated in training and international MPF exercises in the Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and the Caribbean Sea. Finally, ACU TWO plays a significant role in support of the U. S. Navy’s recruiting and Public Affairs programs. The unit has conducted numerous harbor tours of the Little Creek waters for a host of different organizations. ACU TWO, The Workhorse of the Amphibious Fleet, continues the proud tradition established almost forty years ago as it maintains, trains and sends to sea, combat-ready craft and crews, ready for any task assigned by Amphibious Task Force Commanders.

Mission: Our mission is to provide trained personnel and combat ready craft to operational commanders in support of amphibious and maritime prepositioning force (MPF) Operation and training.

ACU TWO welcomed Landing Craft Utility 1657 and 1664 home yesterday from their eight month deployment with the KEARSARGE...
07/17/2019

ACU TWO welcomed Landing Craft Utility 1657 and 1664 home yesterday from their eight month deployment with the KEARSARGE ARG! The craft were embarked on USS FORT MCHENRY and supported numerous missions in the Fifth and Sixth Fleet Area of Operations. Welcome Home Shipmates!

On 20OCT18, ACU TWO hosted the ACU TWO Alumni Association for a reunion to celebrate the strong history of the command. ...
10/24/2018

On 20OCT18, ACU TWO hosted the ACU TWO Alumni Association for a reunion to celebrate the strong history of the command. The reunion began with a "meet and greet" of both past and present ACU TWO Sailors and ended with a raffle to raise money for the Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society. LCU 1663 also got underway for a harbor tour and a quick stop at the Mudflats. It was a great event and ACU TWO looks foward to next year!

09/12/2018
Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

CITY OF NORFOLK NEWS

The City shelters that will open at 1 p.m. today are:

- Bayview Community Center (pet friendly) - 8613 Willow Terrace
- Berkley Community Center (pet friendly) - 121 Liberty Street
- Crossroads Elementary School - 8021 Old OCean View Road
- Southside STEM Academy - 1106 Campostella Road

This information is osted on the Norfolk.gove web site and on City social media.

ACU2 will follow this guidance as of now.  If anything changes, we will pass that information through the proper lines o...
09/11/2018
Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

ACU2 will follow this guidance as of now. If anything changes, we will pass that information through the proper lines of communication.

VA GOVERNOR ISSUES MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDER OF ZONE “A”

Presently, the Navy has not issued guidance regarding the Governor’s announcement of a mandatory evacuation order for Zone “A”. All personnel are to report to work as normal on 11 Sept to receive guidance from your respective commands regarding the mandatory evacuation of Zone “A”. To determine your zone, visit www.knowyourzone.org. Zone “A” does include parts of Hampton Roads

08/09/2018

ACU2 Families,
We will be hosting a Family Day Cruise on August 25, 2018 to share with you what your Sailor does every day! We will be taking a cruise on a LCU and having a cookout at the compound. The fun will start at 0900.

We look forward to seeing everyone!

01/18/2018
Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

ACU2 will operate on a 3 hour delay tomorrow. Duty section will report at the normal time. Non-mission essential personnel will report at 1000. Please be careful while on the highways.

WINTER WEATHER UPDATE

As authorized by CNRMA, non-essential personnel are authorized a 3-hour delay in reporting to work on JEBLCFS on Thursday, 18 Jan. The delay will allow installations and local communities to continue to disperse salt/sand and for road temperatures to rise and ensure a safer commute. Essential personnel are to report on time. Personnel with questions regarding their reporting time should contact their chain of command.

01/04/2018
Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

ACU2 will follow JEBLC-FS and tomorrow will be essential personnel only. Keep off the roads as much as possible and stay warm!

JEBLCFS - WINTER STORM UPDATE

Mission essential personnel only report on Friday.

- All base support services closed.
- Gates 1, 5 and 8 will be open (24/7)
- Gates 3 and 6 will be closed

The Galley will be open on JEBLC and the DFAC will be open on JEBFS.

Continue to follow us on Facebook and/or watch the local news for updates. Personnel with specific questions should contact their chain of command.

ACU2 recently provided crucial aid to those affected by Hurricane MARIA and Hurricane IRMA.  The Sailors spent over two ...
11/17/2017

ACU2 recently provided crucial aid to those affected by Hurricane MARIA and Hurricane IRMA. The Sailors spent over two months in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands providing water, equipment and other humanitarian aid to those rebuilding in the area. We are very proud of their work. Here are some pictures of your Sailors on the front line getting the job done!

11/02/2017

Below is a Bravo Zulu from Admiral Davidson, U.S. Fleet Forces Command, to the Sailors of ACU2 and those on board USS OAK HILL returning from the hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. We are extremely proud of our crews and the work they have put in over the past two months!!

"Congratulations to the Commanding Officer, Officers, Sailors and Marines of USS OAK HILL, Helicopter Combat Squadrons FIVE, SEVEN and TWO SIX, TACRON TWO ONE, Amphibious Construction Battalion TWO, Assault Craft Unit TWO and Beach Master Unit TWO for your exceptional response and contributions during Hurricane IRMA and MARIA relief efforts in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. For nearly two months, your efforts made an immediate and positive impact to the quality of life of the citizens of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The air and LCU missions to deliver hundreds of tons of water and relief supplies, the miles of roads cleared and the generator repairs performed that restored power to critical infrastruture, undoubtedly saved many lives. Your teamwork, commitment and professionalism are inspiring. Well done to all for your successful mission and safe sailing home."

ACU 2 is out doing the mission! Keep up the great work guys!
09/28/2017
How the U.S. military is beefing up Puerto Rico relief efforts

ACU 2 is out doing the mission! Keep up the great work guys!

America's military is boosting its efforts to help Puerto Rico. FEMA is asking for military vehicles to clear roads and bring in supplies, and the Coast Guard says it delivered 3,000 meals and 4,500 liters of water on Wednesday. The nerve center for the military's humanitarian effort is floating jus...

Fair winds and following seas to our Sailors headed down to aid in the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Stay safe guys! ...
08/31/2017

Fair winds and following seas to our Sailors headed down to aid in the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Stay safe guys!

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170830-N-VO150-427 FORT STORY, Va. (Aug. 30, 2017) After a successful stern-gate marriage, a fully loaded Utility Landing Craft (LCU) assigned to Assault Craft Unit (ACU) TWO begins to offload disaster relief vehicles and supplies to the USS Oak Hill (LSD 51) in in support of potential Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Hurricane Harvey formed in the Gulf of Mexico and made landfall in southeastern Texas, bringing record flooding and destruction to the region. U.S. military assets supported FEMA as well as state and local authorities in rescue and relief efforts. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kenneth Gardner/Released)

08/22/2017
U.S. Fleet Forces Command

A few words from ADM Phil Davidson, Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces, on the Fleet wide directed operational pause.

Listen below as Adm. Phil Davidson, commander, U.S. Fleet Forces, provides fleet direction for operational pause. U.S. Navy

Virginia Beach, VA (26 JUL 17) ACU2 crew members took place in JEBLTLC-FS Surface Line Week with their LCU1693 Cardboard...
07/26/2017

Virginia Beach, VA (26 JUL 17) ACU2 crew members took place in JEBLTLC-FS Surface Line Week with their LCU1693 Cardboard Regatta. ACU2 took first place in the category of small command. Congratulations to all participates and congratulations to BM3 Tylar Pine, our LCU1693 Craftmaster, for bringing us this hard earned victory. Bravo Zulu!(U.S Navy photo by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/Released)

Virginia Beach, VA (26 JUL 2017) – Shipmates of QM2(SW) Kala Lang gathered at Turtle Crossing at ACU2 as the Landing Cra...
07/26/2017

Virginia Beach, VA (26 JUL 2017) – Shipmates of QM2(SW) Kala Lang gathered at Turtle Crossing at ACU2 as the Landing Craft Officer, LT Lashondra Phillips reenlisted her. Thank you for your continued service to the US Navy and your country alike!(U.S. Navy photo by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/Released)

Virginia Beach, VA (17 JUL 2017) – Friends, family, and shipmates of BM2 Jesse Kutchinsky gathered at Turtle Crossing at...
07/17/2017

Virginia Beach, VA (17 JUL 2017) – Friends, family, and shipmates of BM2 Jesse Kutchinsky gathered at Turtle Crossing at ACU2 as BMC Justin Arnett reenlists him for 4 more years of Naval Service. (U.S. Navy photo by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/released)

Virginia Beach, VA (10 JUL 2017) – Shipmates and family of QM3 Sarah Young gathered at Turtle Crossing at ACU2 as the Ex...
07/10/2017

Virginia Beach, VA (10 JUL 2017) – Shipmates and family of QM3 Sarah Young gathered at Turtle Crossing at ACU2 as the Executive Officer, CDR Mario Freeman reenlisted her. (U.S. Navy photo by IT2(IW) Michael Lombardi/Released)

(29 JUNE 2017)  ACU-2 held its Command Picnic last Thursday.  MWR worked extremely hard to get this event put together a...
07/06/2017

(29 JUNE 2017) ACU-2 held its Command Picnic last Thursday. MWR worked extremely hard to get this event put together and their hard work was a success. The crew of ACU2 was able to enjoy the much needed down time and relaxation from their daily routines. The CO, CDR Tom Mays, also announced the recipients for the Meritorious Advancement. This was a great day for everyone and a big thank you to all the families and volunteers that helped make this event what it was.(Photos by LT Patricia Bryan/released)

(05 JULY 2017) Congratulations to the following for being Meritorisouly Advanced to their perspective ranks! These Sailo...
07/05/2017

(05 JULY 2017) Congratulations to the following for being Meritorisouly Advanced to their perspective ranks! These Sailors showed an unmatched work ethic and attention to detail which prompted their selection for advancement. SH3 Brandon Austin, PS3 Liz Santos, BM3 Leolito Bundalian, BM2 Jesse Kutchinsky, and EN1 Ronald Cole. Bravo Zulu Shipmates!(Photos by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/released

(09 JUN 2017)  EN1 Francis Palmer leads a tour on board LCU 1664 to OUSD (AT&L), a group of analysts from Washington, D....
06/27/2017

(09 JUN 2017) EN1 Francis Palmer leads a tour on board LCU 1664 to OUSD (AT&L), a group of analysts from Washington, D.C. The group visited numerous commands in the Hampton Roads area and we were proud they chose ACU 2 as one of their stops. (Photos by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/released)

Bravo Zulu to the following Sailors of ACU2 on their advancement to their next respected ranks. Those Sailors that advan...
05/30/2017

Bravo Zulu to the following Sailors of ACU2 on their advancement to their next respected ranks. Those Sailors that advanced are as follows:

EN3 Adams
CS3 Greenfield
BM3 Washington
CS3 Myers
GM3 Ogle
EM3 Evans
YN3 Garza
EN3 Humphrey
EN3 JuarezPerez
BM3 Pine
EN3 Edades
EN3 Reynolds
CS3 Terry
OS3 Wright
EN2 Kelly
EN2 Phillips
BM2 Masterson
EN2 Tarikas
EN2 Harster
GM2 Amaro
EN2 Baldovinos
QM2 Bishop
MA2 Blackburn
ET2 Bracey
OS2 Cason
CS2 Figueroa
QM2 Lang
EN2 Maccallum
EN2 Osborne
YN2 Warner

Bravo Zulu to the following Sailors of ACU2 on their advancement to their next respected ranks. Those Sailors that advanced are as follows:

EN3 Adams
CS3 Greenfield
BM3 Washington
CS3 Myers
GM3 Ogle
EM3 Evans
YN3 Garza
EN3 Humphrey
EN3 JuarezPerez
BM3 Pine
EN3 Edades
EN3 Reynolds
CS3 Terry
OS3 Wright
EN2 Kelly
EN2 Phillips
BM2 Masterson
EN2 Tarikas
EN2 Harster
GM2 Amaro
EN2 Baldovinos
QM2 Bishop
MA2 Blackburn
ET2 Bracey
OS2 Cason
CS2 Figueroa
QM2 Lang
EN2 Maccallum
EN2 Osborne
YN2 Warner

Virginia Beach, VA (19 MAY 2017) – Shipmates and family of BM2 Cheyenne Ross  gathered at Turtle Crossing at ACU2 as the...
05/23/2017

Virginia Beach, VA (19 MAY 2017) – Shipmates and family of BM2 Cheyenne Ross gathered at Turtle Crossing at ACU2 as the Landing Craft Officer, LT Lashondra Phillips reenlisted her for another four years of Naval service. (U.S. Navy photo by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/Released)

Virginia Beach, VA (05 MAY 2017) - Shipmates of BM3 Daivontae Lumpkin gathered in the Maintenance Bay at ACU2 as Command...
05/11/2017

Virginia Beach, VA (05 MAY 2017) - Shipmates of BM3 Daivontae Lumpkin gathered in the Maintenance Bay at ACU2 as Commanding Officer, CDR Tom Mays presented him with a Naval Achievement Medal for his job well done during his time here. Good Luck with your next tour BM3. (U.S. Navy photo by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/Released)

Virginia Beach, VA (05 MAY 2017) - Shipmates of EN3 Pieraldo Baldovinos gathered in the Maintenance Bay at ACU2 as Landi...
05/11/2017

Virginia Beach, VA (05 MAY 2017) - Shipmates of EN3 Pieraldo Baldovinos gathered in the Maintenance Bay at ACU2 as Landing Craft Officer, LT Sean Owens reenlisted him to continue his naval career. Bravo Zulu Shipmate! (U.S. Navy photo by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/Released)

On 27 April 2017, CDR (ret) Elaine Luria turned over command of ACU TWO to CDR Tom Mays as she ended a successful 20 yea...
05/09/2017

On 27 April 2017, CDR (ret) Elaine Luria turned over command of ACU TWO to CDR Tom Mays as she ended a successful 20 year Naval career. (Photos taken by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/Released)

On 27 April 2017, CDR (ret) Elaine Luria turned over command of ACU TWO to CDR Tom Mays as she ended a successful 20 year Naval career. (Photos taken by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher/Released)

04/28/2017
U.S. Fleet Forces Command

U.S. Fleet Forces Command

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Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story
04/14/2017

Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

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04/12/2017

USS Whidbey Island (LSD 41)

Assault Craft Unit TWO (12APR17) - Princeton High School NJROTC visits ACU2.  Cadets enjoyed a tour of LCU 1662.  Photo ...
04/12/2017

Assault Craft Unit TWO (12APR17) - Princeton High School NJROTC visits ACU2. Cadets enjoyed a tour of LCU 1662. Photo by IT2(IW) Kristopher Fletcher /Released.

(23 March 2017) - Cmdr. Elaine Luria, Commanding Officer, Assault Craft Unit TWO.
03/23/2017

(23 March 2017) - Cmdr. Elaine Luria, Commanding Officer, Assault Craft Unit TWO.

Cmdr. Elaine Luria, Commanding Officer, Assault Craft Unit Two

I had embarked on a great adventure where I could receive a world-class education at the Naval Academy and have the opportunity to travel and see the world. I specifically picked my first ship, USS O’Brien (DD 975), in Yokosuka, Japan, so that I could experience living overseas. I served in Japan again as a Lieutenant as the Flag Aide for Commander, U.S. Seventh Fleet and had the opportunity to interact at the Fleet Commander level with many navies across the Western Pacific, including visits to China, Russia, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, Korea, Japan, and more. I subsequently had the opportunity to serve in six ships and deploy as many times to the Middle East, Mediterranean, and Western Pacific.

My parents were very supportive in my decision to join the Navy. It has been many years since someone from my high school, Indian Springs School in Birmingham, AL, had applied for or attended a service academy.

I met my first ship, USS O’Brien (DD 975), a Spruance Class destroyer, in Yokosuka, Japan. It was only a few weeks before we were scheduled to deploy to the Arabian Gulf as part of a Middle East Forces (MEF) deployment. I remember reporting in my summer whites uniform as the prospective “Strike Officer” responsible for the Tomahawk Land Attack Missile system. My Chief, certainly wanting to show the new Ensign the ropes, took me on a full tour of the ship including climbing up and down ladders into a Tomahawk Equipment Room deep in the bow of the ship and through the inside the Vertical Launch System (VLS) launcher between missile canisters, all while still in my summer whites. Of course I stood out as the new officer and only one of four females on board.

My first deployment was a great experience. As a Commanding Officer, I tell my junior Sailors their first deployment will be their most memorable and will be where they make their best friends in the Navy. When we left Yokosuka, Japan to head to the Middle East, I was a brand-new Ensign, with no experience or qualifications. When I returned, I was qualified Combat Information Center Watch Officer—responsible for communications and operation of radar systems, Officer of the Deck—driving and directing the operations of the ship, including launching and recovering helicopters and small boats, and Tomahawk Launch Officer—ready to respond to tasking at a moment’s notice. There was no better way to learn as a young officer, than to deploy right away and see a variety of operations from Maritime Interdiction Operations, boarding vessels smuggling oil in the Arabian Gulf, to being on constant alert for Tomahawk strikes, to conducting patrols of the Oil Platforms in the Northern Arabian Gulf.

My most rewarding opportunity has been to see the Sailors who work for me succeed. As Commanding Officer of Assault Craft Unit Two (ACU2), I have the privilege of commanding 300 active duty Sailors and three Reserve Detachments. We operate 24 landing craft which embark in amphibious ships and carry the U.S. Marine Corps—tanks, vehicles, and troops—ashore during an amphibious assault. Our Sailors work as a team, overcome challenges, and conduct difficult missions in uncomfortable and austere conditions, while operating the oldest craft still in service in the Navy.
Unlike many other commands in the Navy, ACU2 is 40% female. Women serve in every capacity from the newest Seaman Recruit out of boot camp to my Command Master Chief and department heads and most notably, the officer in charge of our current detachment deployed in USS Bataan, Boatswain’s Mate Chief Petty Officer Farron Carhee. She is responsible for the employment of two 135-ft landing craft utility and 27 personnel that are embarked and ready to take the Marines ashore if called to respond in a conflict or other humanitarian mission. I am very proud that our team consists of such a large percentage of professional women and men, who truly serve on the front-line if called on to enter a hostile environment.

I am approaching my twenty-year retirement, and I have seen women succeed in every field and overcome every challenge. They turn wrenches in engine rooms, operate complex weapons systems and nuclear reactors, treat patients as corpsmen, and serve in every field available aboard our ships. They do it with professionalism equal in every regard to their male counterparts. I would tell all Sailors entering the Navy as enlisted or as officers, male or female, to seek a career path that will take you outside of your comfort zone, challenge you, and make you a more well-rounded person.

My goals are to continue to provide trained and ready landing craft in support of all Amphibious Forces on the East Coast and to support the Maritime Prepositioning Force mission. If you ask any Sailor across the ACU2 waterfront what my command philosophy is, the will reply with the simple phrase, “Be Good and Do Good Work.” My goal is for ACU2 Sailors to live by these simple tenants and for every Sailor to achieve his or her personal and professional goals while serving here.

My proudest moment as a Surface Warfare Officer was crossing-paths with a Sailor who had worked for me a decade earlier. He was an immigrant from West Africa who had attained his college degree in the U.S. He joined the Navy to serve his adopted country and as a path to citizenship. He soon found himself serving on a destroyer in Japan where he worked hard and stood out among his peers. I remember helping him through the process of applying for citizenship. Many years later, I crossed paths with him and I was proud to see that he was successful, married, had long been a citizen, and had become a commissioned officer in the Navy Nurse Corps.

This is only one of many stories where I feel that the work I have done in the fleet to ensure Sailors’ success has been meaningful.

Looking back, as I near the completion of my twenty-year career as a Surface Warfare Officer, I am privileged to have served the Navy and our country in so many ways. From standing watch on the bridge of a ship in the Northern Arabian Gulf, to operating the eight nuclear reactors in USS Enterprise (CVN 65), to being the Executive Officer of the guided missile cruiser USS Anzio (CG 68), and today as Commanding Officer of Assault Craft Unit Two (ACU 2), every assignment has been an opportunity to fulfill a mission critical to our national defense, ensure the well-being of our Sailors, and grow personally and professionally. It would be difficult to find a career that was equally as challenging and rewarding as being a Surface Warfare Officer.

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2901 Amphibious Dr
Virginia Beach, VA
23459

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