Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit TWO ZERO TWO

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12/30/2020

Team,

SELRES results for Cycle 107 have been released and it is my pleasure to announce the following results:

BU1 ANTHONY PAUL MUSHAW
BU1 ROBERT ANDERSON RICHARDSON
BU3 NICOLE ADELE CERNEK

CE2 RODNEY MARQUIES TURNER JR
CE2 DAVID LANDON TURNER
CE2 MARVIN ANTHONY GIVANS
CE2 JERAMIA JOSHUA ORTIZ
CE3 CHRISTIAN A RODRIGUEZORTEGA

CM3 SPENCER STEPHEN LAIRD
CM3 BRANDON MICHAEL GERO

EO2 JORDAN DAVID ARNOLD
EO2 DAVID GREGORY MILLER
EO2 KYLE CHASE
EO2 SARA MARIE RUBIN
EO3 FLAVIO CESAR CANO
EO3 LETICIA SOBALVARRO

GM1 HEATHER MARIE SHELVAY

HM1 MARCO ANTONIO SALGADO

SW2 BRENDAN JAMES FIORE
SW2 JOHN ROSS RAY

UT2 SADIA O ADEWALE
UT2 KONGXIN CHEN
UT3 JAMES KENNETH WALKER

Congratulations to all for their accomplishment!

Respectfully,

Kimberly Mazur
LCDR, CEC, USN
Commanding Officer
Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202
@NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

12/21/2020

Team,

It is my pleasure to share with you our Active Duty (E4-E6) Navy Wide Advancement Examination Results for Cycle 248:

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EO2 IAN MICHAEL ALT
EO1 KAREL IGOR ALVAREZCARDERO
BU2 HEITH GARRET WRIGHT

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UT2 DENIECE SHANTAVIA BARRY
UT2 ASHLEY CHONTIA BRYANT
CM2 KEVIN ALAN BURDINE
BU2 MEAGAN LEE FULFORD
EA3 NATHAN ANDREW RODRIGUEZ
EO3 ISAIAH ALEXANDER SMITH
HM1 JONATHAN MATTHEW WATERS

Recent Loss
LS1 MATTHEW ALLEN NYE

Prospective Gain
BU2 TANNER JACOB TOROSIAN

Congratulations to all these Sailors on their accomplishment!

Respectfully,

Kimberly Mazur
LCDR, CEC, USN
Commanding Officer
Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202

CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201216-N-SW412-2001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (December 16, 2020) Information Technician 3rd Class Charles Rodriguez, from Buffa...
12/17/2020

201216-N-SW412-2001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (December 16, 2020) Information Technician 3rd Class Charles Rodriguez, from Buffalo, New York, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, reenlists for the first time from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur. Reenlisting officer is CBMU's Executive Officer Lt. Tyler Williams. Thank you for your continued dedication and congratulations on your second term in the Navy! CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201216-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (December 16, 2020) Builder (BU) 3rd Class Mario Tonkin, from Clarksville, Tenness...
12/17/2020

201216-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (December 16, 2020) Builder (BU) 3rd Class Mario Tonkin, from Clarksville, Tennessee, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives his Seabee Combat Warfare (SCW) Pin from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for superb knowledge and training to become a SCW's Warrior! Pinned by BU2 Cocking. Congratulations on your accomplishment! CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201211-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (December 11, 2020) Utilitiesman 1st Class Kendall Batson, from Norwich, Kansas,  ...
12/17/2020

201211-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (December 11, 2020) Utilitiesman 1st Class Kendall Batson, from Norwich, Kansas, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, reenlists for the final time by Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for six more years! Congratulations on getting through another milestone in your career and we wish you the best in the last years in the Navy! CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201101-N-SW412-1001Gulfport, Mississippi (November 1, 2020) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202 conducted...
12/07/2020

201101-N-SW412-1001
Gulfport, Mississippi (November 1, 2020) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202 conducted a Field Training Exercise near Camp Shelby consisting of 61 personnel to provide Higher Headquarters camp support to 22nd Naval Construction Regiment. CBMU 202 line hauled $3.8M worth of Civil Engineer Support Equipment, set up 23 tents consisting of 12 berthing tents, a galley, react tent, command post tent, two shower tents, and six BaseX 305 tents. During the three week exercise, CBMU 202 constructed a hardened sentry post, a leech field, set up and maintained 20 environmental control units, three light plants, and three integrated generators. CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

12/07/2020

201117-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (November 17, 2020) Electronics Technician 2nd Class Jada Smith, from Valdosta, Georgia, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, is awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for professional achievement in the superior performance of her duties while serving as communications department work center supervisor for CBMU 202 from November 2018 to December 2020. Petty officer Smith's superior technical expertise and attention to detail contributed to the accomplishment of 450 preventative maintenance checks and the correction of 80 deficiencies, resulting in a grade of excellent on the 2019 3M inspection. As a purebred agent, she expertly managed five command cell phones, resolved 20 trouble calls, and completed 18 activations. Petty officer Smith's exceptional professionalism, unrelenting perseverance, and loyal devotion to duty reflected credit on her and were keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201106-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (November 6, 2020) Electronics Technician 2nd Class Jada Smith, from Valdosta, Geo...
12/07/2020

201106-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (November 6, 2020) Electronics Technician 2nd Class Jada Smith, from Valdosta, Georgia, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives her Seabee Combat Warfare (SCW) Pin from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for meeting the requirements to become a SCW's Warrior. Pinned by Builder 1st Class Tyrone Huffin. Congratulations on your accomplishment! CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navyphoto by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201203-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (December 3, 2020) Logistics Specialist 2nd Class Gary Edgar, from Fort Wayne, Ind...
12/04/2020

201203-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (December 3, 2020) Logistics Specialist 2nd Class Gary Edgar, from Fort Wayne, Indiana, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (Gold Star in Lieu of the Second Award) for professional achievement in the superior performance of his duties while serving as Financial Manager for CBMU 202 from October 2017 to October 2020. Displaying outstanding technical skill, Petty Officer Edgar ensured the proper management of a $3.34M operational target and temporary additional duty travel target budget. His efforts directly contributing to a score of outstanding during the 2018 and 2020 supply management inspection and earning the Supply Excellence Award for the battalion. As the Accountable Property Officer during the Navy material accountability campaign, he conducted a wall-to-wall inventory resulting in 100% accountability of all minor property. Petty officer Edgar's exceptional professionalism, unrelenting perseverance, and loyal devotion to duty reflected credit upon him and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. CBMUn 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201013-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (October 13, 2020) Chief Equipment Operator Drew Sprecher, from Sherman's Dale, Pe...
12/04/2020

201013-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (October 13, 2020) Chief Equipment Operator Drew Sprecher, from Sherman's Dale, Pennsylvania, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, is awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (Gold Star in Lieu of Second Award) from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for meritorious service while serving as Exercise Officer and Command Managed Equal Opportunity (CMEO) Manager, CBMU 202 from October 2017 to December 2020. Chief Sprecher led the planning and organization of six successful sustainment exercises, resulting in the command maintaining required readiness for major combat operations. Additionally as CMEO Manager, he organized the execution of two command defense organizational climate surveys while fostering a positive work environment and sense of inclusion throughout the command and led the Command's Equal Opportunity program with zero discrepancies during the latest ready-to-deploy evaluation. By his noteworthy accomplishments, perseverance, and devotion to duty, Chief Sprecher reflected credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201001-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (October 1, 2020) Equipment Operator 2nd Class Tatyana Klimenko, from New York, Ne...
12/04/2020

201001-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (October 1, 2020) Equipment Operator 2nd Class Tatyana Klimenko, from New York, New York, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives the Award of the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for her selfless dedication to the community and active involvement with a number of volunteer associations have greatly enhanced the Navy's positive role within the community. Especially noteworthy was your involvement with Habitat for Humanity, Wounded Warrior Project, Litter Bitters, Crisis Text Line, The Souda Shelter Project, and other projects within the community of Naval Support Activity Souda Bay, Greece. Your professionalism and selfless devotion to the Navy and the greater community is a testament of your commitment and dedication to help improve the morale and well-being of those around you. Exemplifying the Navy's Core values, your volunteer service has been truly exceptional and reflects great credit upon you and the United States Navy. I take great pleasure in commending you for a JOB WELL DONE! CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201109-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (November 9, 2020) Electronics Technician 2nd Class Jada Smith, from Valdosta, Geo...
12/04/2020

201109-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (November 9, 2020) Electronics Technician 2nd Class Jada Smith, from Valdosta, Georgia, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, is reenlisted into the Navy by Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur. Joined by son, Wesley. Congratulations on your first reenlistment! CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

200819-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (August 19, 2020) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202 performs thei...
12/04/2020

200819-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (August 19, 2020) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202 performs their sustainment exercise consisting of constructing a swahut, setting up tents, and environmental control units. Personnel set up, and trained on maintaining an entry control point, and ran through different scenarios. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

201117-N-SW412-1001VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (November 17, 2020) Construction Mechanic (CM) 1st Class William Crooks, from West...
12/04/2020

201117-N-SW412-1001
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (November 17, 2020) Construction Mechanic (CM) 1st Class William Crooks, from West Linn, Oregon, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives the Award of the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for outstanding community service for the Hampton Roads area from January 2017 to September 2020. Your selfless dedication to the community and active involvement with volunteer associations have greatly enhanced the Navy's positive role within the community. Especially noteworthy was your involvement with the Norfolk Public Library and Litter Bitters. From January 2017 to March 2020 CM1 Crooks dedicated 160 hours to the Norfolk Public Library Little Creek Branch. He assisted with collection maintenance, library program preparation and execution, and a host of other volunteer tasks. He has also helped recruit additional volunteers for the annual community festival and book sale. From April 2018 to February 2020, he participated in 16 Litter Bitters events totaling 42 hours cleaning up trash in the Hampton Roads area. Throughout these events he contributed to the removal of 4,180 pounds of trash being removed from the environment ensuring it was disposed of properly. CM1 Crook has consistently distinguished himself as a dedicated volunteer with a genuine concern for improving the community. He has contributed a substantial amount of his personal time making a positive impact in his community. These efforts serve to further strengthen the civilian/military relationship and reflect positively on the Navy, Naval Construction Forces, and Seabees. His efforts clearly merit the award of the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal. CBMU 202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

MyNavy HR
11/18/2020

MyNavy HR

Petty Officer Advancement Exam Results Update:

Due to the COVID-19 mitigation measures put in place for this cycle’s Navy-Wide Advancement Exam, completion of exams was delayed, which has caused a delay in calculating advancement results. Our advancement teams are working hard to ensure that results reflect scores and related multiples. You can expect a public release of advancement results for E4-E6 on Dec. 18.

Since the SELRES exams concluded a full two months later than usual, there will be also be a delay in those advancement results. Results for SELRES should be expected Dec. 24.

201021-N-SW412-1007VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (October 21, 2020) Builder 3rd Class Camryn Poole, from Chicago, Illinois, assigne...
10/23/2020

201021-N-SW412-1007

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (October 21, 2020) Builder 3rd Class Camryn Poole, from Chicago, Illinois, assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202, receives her Expeditionary Warfare Pin from Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Mazur, for having attained significant military experience in Expeditionary Warfare, successfully completed the established personnel qualification standards, and demonstrated the requisite professional skills, and knowledge. Congratulations on your accomplishment! Pinned by Construction Electrician 2nd Class Rebecca Perkins. CBMU-202 constructs and maintains Expeditionary Medical Facilities, provides Higher Headquarters camp support and provides public works, minor construction, embarkation, and disaster response capabilities, during wartime or contingency operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Steel Worker 2nd Class Angela Lucero/released). @NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

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