U.S. Navy Leadership Awards Program

Overview

U.S. Navy Leadership Awards Program

The Stennis Center for Public Service partners with nine aircraft carriers and the U.S. Navy Recruiting Command to recognize sailors and commissioned officers who demonstrate outstanding public service leadership. The award winners are nominated by their peers and chosen by a selection board.

USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77)

The George H.W. Bush (presented to officers) and the Charles G. Zwierzynski (presented to chief petty officers) recognize individuals who have demonstrated sustained superior performance and exhibited the most exceptional leadership skills.

USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69)

The Five Star (presented to officers) and the Waging Peace (presented to chief, senior, or master petty officers) recognize individuals who most exemplify the exceptional vision, integrity, courage, commitment to duty, and hard work that marked President Dwight. D. Eisenhower’s career.

USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78)

The Eagle (presented to officers), the Wolverine (presented to chief and senior chief petty officers), and the Bulldog (presented to petty officers) recognize individuals whose daily lives reflect high standards of honesty, integrity, fortitude, physical and moral courage, social responsibility and family values.

PCU John F. Kennedy (CVN-79)

The President (presented to officers), the Statesman (presented to chief petty officers), and the Commander (presented to petty officers) recognize individuals who have demonstrated sustained superior performance and exhibited the most exceptional leadership skills.

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72)

The Statesman Leadership (presented to officers), the Abraham Lincoln Union Leadership (presented to chief petty officers), and the Abraham Lincoln Liberty Leadership  (presented to petty officers) recognize individuals who have demonstrated sustained superior performance and exhibited the most exceptional leadership skills.

USS Nimitz (CVN 68)

The CINCPAC (presented to officers), the 5-Star (presented to chief petty officers), and the Pacific Thunder (presented to petty officers) recognize individuals who have demonstrated sustained superior performance and exhibited the most exceptional leadership skills.

USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74)

The Straight Furrow (presented to enlisted persons or officers), the Look Ahead (presented to petty officers), and the Constitution (presented to sailors) recognize individuals who best demonstrates the values and principles of honor, courage, commitment, foresight, and integrity.

USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75)

The Outstanding Blue Jacket (presented to airmen, seamen, or firemen), the Petty Officer (presented to petty officers), and the Chief (presented to chiefs) recognize individuals who have demonstrated sustained superior performance and exhibited the most exceptional leadership skills.

USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70)

The Admiral (presented to officers) and the Swamp Fox (presented to chief petty officers) recognize individuals who have demonstrated sustained superior performance and exhibited the most exceptional leadership skills.

Navy Recruiting Command

The Enlisted Recruiter of the YearReserve Recruiter of the Year, and the Enlisted Nuclear Recruiter of the Year recognize individuals who have demonstrated sustained superior performance and exhibited the most exceptional leadership skills.

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One Research Boulevard, Ste. 104, Starkville, MS 39759

(662) 325-8409

201 Massachusetts Ave., NE, Ste. C-7, Washington, D.C. 20002 

(202) 546-1837