1. claudio

    Before I clicked on the link, I did a double on the picture..something was wrong…then realized float coat too new, and hair tooo gray. then saw the star…what the hell is he doing there? reliving old days? Kinda looks like tim keating

  2. Indeed one and the same:
    ” PACIFIC OCEAN (June 28, 2008) Adm. Timothy J. Keating, right, head of the U.S. Pacific Command, acts as a landing signal officer (LSO) on the flight deck aboard the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63). LSOs are naval aviators who observe landing aircraft and communicate with the pilots to help safely land the aircraft. Kitty Hawk will be taking part in the ‘Rim of the Pacific’ exercise off Hawaii in July with units from Australia, Chile, Japan, the Netherlands, Peru, South Korea, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. This will be Kitty Hawk’s last exercise before returning to the U.S. mainland for decommissioning in early 2009. Kitty Hawk will be replaced by USS George Washington (CVN 73) this summer as the Navy’s only forward-deployed aircraft carrier operating from Japan. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kyle D. Gahlau (Released)”

  3. Claudio

    Yup, he’s aged a bit since I was last briefing him as N3/5 in the 5 sided puzzle palace. Then again, we all have. I looked at some pics of me before Pentagon, and after Pentagon, holly crap I had a lot more grey when I left.

    Good man though, would have loved to work for him more directly.

  4. Steeljawscribe

    Grey hair? Heck, at least you still *had* hair 🙂

  5. Claudio

    Thats funny there, don’t care what anyone thinks. I think the DNI left with a lot less that what he came in with along with some of the other briefers. I try not to sweat the small stuff and only worry about crap I have influence on. At the Pentagon, not much other than my brief.


    Doesn’t post Nav employment come with a Hair Club for Men membership?

  6. Steeljawscribe

    Doesn’t post Nav employment come with a Hair Club for Men membership?
    …just another disappearing “fringe” benefit…
    – SJS

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