Reservist

ISS1 2018

Reservist Magazine is the award-winning official publication of the United States Coast Guard Reserve. Quarterly issues include news and feature articles about the men and women who comprise America's premier national maritime safety and security

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Pittsburgh SELRES supports Officers Down 5k Reserve members from Marine Safety Unit Pittsburgh participated in the 2017 Officers Down 5K Nov. 19, in the Pittsburgh suburb of Cranberry Township. The day's events included a 5K run/walk, a one-mile walk and a kid- friendly fun run. The crew even took home a trophy at the event, with Petty Officer 3rd Class Brendan Reilly winning his age group in the 5K. The Officers Down 5K is a nationwide law enforcement event, which celebrates officers who put their lives on the line daily to keep our communities safe and honor those who have fallen in the line of duty. Photo by Chief Petty Officer Elizabeth Bordelon SERA Gathering held in Philly Sector Delaware Bay hosted the 2018 SERA Conference Feb. 10, held in conjunction with the other three Fifth District sectors (Sectors North Carolina, Hampton Roads and Maryland). Pictured are: (back row) Master Chief Petty Officer George Williamson, Chief Petty Officers Peter Loreaux and Andrew Stauffer, Senior Chief Petty Officer James Mendicino, and Chief Petty Officers Andrew Kindya, Matthew Cole, Matthew Moore, Anthony Fazio and Paul Fisher. (Front row) Senior Chief Petty Officer James Pond, Lt. Cmdr. Stephanie Fiori, Senior Chief Petty Officer Miley, Cmdr. Kirsten Trego, Master Chief Petty Officers Michael Rowan and Douglas Gilmer, Senior Chief Petty Officer Nicholas Bernice, Chief Petty Officer Peter LaMarch and Cmdr. Orlando Munoz. Photo by Ens. Adam Deussing Gone but Never Forgotten Capt. Ronzelle Green and his daughter Pamela stand with Andrea Ward Nov. 23 during the Fifth Annual Scott Ward Memorial Fit For Duty 5k Run in Daphne, Ala. Andrea's husband, Scott Ward, was a Baldwin County Sheriff's Deputy and Maritime Enforcement Specialist Second Class with Port Security Unit 308. On November 23, 2012, Deputy Ward responded to a domestic disturbance call and was killed in the line of duty. At the time of his death, Green was Petty Officer Ward's commanding officer. Photo courtesy of Capt. Ronzelle Green 52 RESERVIST � Issue 1 • 2018

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