CoAspire is helping its prime TENICA and Associates find a Quality Lead to support a program manager at a facility in Downtown DC. Starting salary is $80K-$85K annually with full benefits. Details about the position can be found here at this link.
CoAspire attended the US Naval Academy’s Change of Command Ceremony where the senior leaders of the Navy “Farewelled” VADM Ted “Slapshot” Carter, USNA ‘81, his wife Linda and family. Slapshot turned over as Superintendent to VADM Sean Buck, USNA ‘83. Slapshot gave an exceptional farewell speech, pictured here, with no notes. You can hear the speech at this link. His words begin at the one hour and three minute mark. FW&FS Slapshot and Linda and thank you for 42 years of service to our Navy and Nation.
VADM Mat Winter, USN retired from the Navy and turned over command of the JSF Joint Program Office to Lt. Gen. Eric Fick, USAF in Washington, DC on July 11, 2019
CoAspire is thrilled to have Ash Schwartz join our team today as a part-time subject matter expert.
On Tuesday June 25th, 2019 at the Russell Senate office building, US Capitol, CoAspire CEO Doug Denneny, in his role as volunteer President of the National Capital Council of the Navy League helped present the USCG’s Bertholf award to Senator Shelley Moore Capito (WV).
Left to right: ADM Karl Schultz, Commandant, USCG; Doug Denneny, Volunteer President of the National Capital Council of the Navy League; Senator Shelley Moore Capito
(Left to Right: Former MCPON Mike Stevens, NLUS Executive Director; Bill Stevenson, New President of the Navy League of the US; Doug Denneny, President of the National Capital Council; Alan Kaplan, Past President of the Navy League of the US.)
On behalf of the National Capital Council of the Navy League (NCCNL) of the United States, Doug Denneny accepted an outstanding council award from the NLUS at their annual convention on Friday June 21st. Doug is the volunteer president of the NCCNL and accepted the award on behalf of the 60 volunteer members of his board who worked tirelessly in 2018 to support members of the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine and their families who live and work in the National Capital Region. The NCCNL was one of 12 councils who received the top award, out of 256 councils around the world.