Navy searching for USS Antietam advancement exams lost in mail

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Sailors assigned to the guided-missile cruiser USS Antietam stand in an honor line during a sea and anchor detail in Guam on March 3, 2018. (SARAH MYERS/U.S. NAVY PHOTO)
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Sailors assigned to the guided-missile cruiser USS Antietam stand in an honor line during a sea and anchor detail in Guam on March 3, 2018. (SARAH MYERS/U.S. NAVY PHOTO)

Navy searching for USS Antietam advancement exams lost in mail

by: Wyatt Olson | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: November 23, 2018

The command of the USS Antietam is searching for crew members’ advancement exams that were apparently lost in the mail on their way to a Florida processing center.

Capt. George Kessler — the commander of the guided-missile cruiser, which is homeported at Yokosuka, Japan — first informed the crew of the status of the missing exams on Wednesday via a post to the Antietam's official Facebook page.

“We verified receipt of our exams at Camp Walker Post Office in Korea,” Kessler wrote. “The next location in the postal chain is Osan Air Mobility Command.”

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