NAVSUP FLC Sigonella Sailor Recognized as Sailor of the Year

Feb. 7, 2018 | By kgabel
BY TIA NICHOLE MCMILLEN OFFICE OF CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS NAVSUP FLEET LOGISTICS CENTER SIGONELLA Logistics Specialist 1st Class Jeremy M. Flennasprague was selected as the Sailor of the Year while serving at Naval Support Facility (NSF) Redzikowo, located in Redzikowo, Poland. “The title ‘Sailor of the Year’ at any command is a great honor for a Sailor, and is something that is earned, not won,” said Command Senior Chief Jason Stevenor. “Petty Officer Flennasprague’s hard work, determination and commitment to helping Sailors, reinforced that he earned that title, and his continual efforts show that he has a great naval career ahead of him.” [caption id="attachment_7668" align="aligncenter" width="500"]
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LS1 Jeremy Flennasprague, assigned to NSF Redzikowo, is recognized as the command’s Sailor of the Year. NSF Redzikowo is the Navy’s newest installation, and the first U.S. installation in Poland. Its operations enable the responsiveness of U.S. and allied forces in support of Navy Region Europe, Africa, Southwest Asia’s mission to provide services to the fleet, fighter, and family. –photo by Lt. Mary Sanford   As a logistics specialist, Flennasprague’s job includes custom clearing for all materials and managing the housing and personnel property shipping program. Additionally, he is the command’s sexual assault prevention and response point of contact. “Earning the Sailor of the Year award means that I have reached another step in my career,” said Flennasprague. “It reminds me to make sure I am helping fellow Sailors reach their goals as well.” Flennasprague joined the Navy to better his life and see the world. He has served in the Navy for eight years, and has ambitions to continue serving as a logistics specialist and one day be commissioned as a supply officer. He thanked his wife who stays strong while remaining at home. They are expecting their first child in May. “Being stationed in Poland has been an exciting experience where I was able to make friendships that will last a lifetime,” said Flennasprague. Flennasprague will continue to serve at NSF Redzikowo until March 2018. Following his current assignment, he will report to Medical Supply Logistics Company 1st Supply Battalion in Camp Pendleton, California. January/February 2018