Sunday, October 26, 2014

CAMPBELL, OMAHA, NEB.

8/5/2013

Chief Petty Officer Brett W. Campbell officially retired from the U.S. Navy July 31 after serving his country for 21 years.

As an avionics technician, Chief Campbell has been deployed on the USS Carl Vinson, the USS Ronald Regan and the USS Nimitz. He has served on an aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf, as well as land based in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and many others. An official retirement ceremony was July 19  at Offut Air Force Base, Omaha, Neb.

Chief Petty Officer Brett W. Campbell officially retired from the U.S. Navy July 31 after serving his country for 21 years.

As an avionics technician, Chief Campbell has been deployed on the USS Carl Vinson, the USS Ronald Regan and the USS Nimitz. He has served on an aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf, as well as land based in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and many others. An official retirement ceremony was July 19  at Offut Air Force Base, Omaha, Neb.

The Campbells — Brett, his wife, Amanda, and their children, Brennan and Kaitlinn — reside in Omaha. His oldest daughter, Mikaila, lives in Mt. Veron, Wash.

Chief Campbell was a 1990 graduate of Wellsville High School and earned his bachelor’s of information technology in network administration from American Intercontinental University in 2006. He is the son of Jim and Pat Campbell, Wellsville.

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