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NSA HR Chaneg of Command Ceremony

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  • 1. News Release Public Affairs Office Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads 7918 Blandy Road Suite 100 Norfolk, VA 23551-2419 TEL: (757) 836-1484 FAX: (757) 836-1897 Release: 1-13 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 18, 2012 Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads Commanding Officer to ChangeNorfolk, VA – CAPT Charles P. Melcher will be relieved of command of Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads(NSA HR) by CAPT Michael H. Johansson during a traditional military change of command ceremony on April 20 at10 a.m. at NSA HR’s POW/MIA Park.CAPT Melcher has served as Commanding Officer of NSA HR since 2009 responsible with providing 4-StarInstallation Management to the region’s second largest Naval base including Construction, Renovation, Security,Facilities Management, Safety, Medical Facility Improvement, Environmental Protection and Reclamation, and DoDPersonnel Services to over 24,000 DoD personnel. During his tenure, NSA dramatically expanded in size and scopegrowing to include six facilities — NSA Headquarters Compound, Lafayette River Annex, Supply Depot Annex,Camp Allen, Northwest Annex, and Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. His team implemented over $350 million innew construction and renovation, overhauling heating and cooling systems, replacing the 1940s electrical grid,upgrading the water and sewer systems and replacing or renovating buildings, roadways and parking lots across thebase.CAPT Melcher is a career submariner and served as Commanding Officer of USS SCRANTON and program directorfor the Joint National Training Program. After relinquishing command of NSA HR, CAPT Melcher will retire with 28years of military service.CAPT Johansson’s last assignment was as the Deputy Operations and Maritime Readiness Officer at Commander,Naval Air Forces, Pacific. His major command and staff experience include operational assignments as Naval Aide onthe staff of the Office of the Vice President of the United States, Staff Officer on the Navy Pentagon Staff, FlagLieutenant on a Battle Group staff, and Operations Officer on a Patrol and Reconnaissance staff. He also previouslyserved as the Commanding Officer of Patrol Squadron FOUR in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY HAMPTON ROADS 7918 BLANDY ROAD, SUITE 100, NORFOLK, VA 23551 https://cnic.navy.mil/Norfolk
  • 2. Note to Media: Outlets interested in covering this event should contact the Naval Support Activity Hampton RoadsPublic Affairs Officer at 836-1484 or 770-5045. -END- NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY HAMPTON ROADS 7918 BLANDY ROAD, SUITE 100, NORFOLK, VA 23551 https://cnic.navy.mil/Norfolk

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