Virginia Beach Resident Promoted to Director, Fleet Installations, Environment

Virginia Beach Resident Promoted to Director, Fleet Installations, Environment

NORFOLK, Va. – Retired U.S. Navy Capt. Tracy Veltre Riker, a native South Brunswick, New Jersey and current resident of Virginia Beach,Virginia, was promoted to the position of Director, Fleet Installations and Environment at U.S. Fleet Forces (USFF) command in Norfolk, Virginia, June 8.

Her department is responsible for the environmental planning and compliance for ships out at sea, and acts as advocates for any installation or shore issues that may impact the fleet.

“If you are determined to do something, you can do it,” said Riker. “You need people that support you and you need really good mentors. I was fortunate to have all those things. It’s wonderful to be up here.”

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20200612-N-IK388-0018 NORFOLK (June 12, 2020) Retired U.S. Navy Capt. Tracy Veltre Riker, a native South Brunswick, New Jersey and current resident of Virginia Beach,Virginia, is pinned by her husband Rich during her promotion to the position of Director, Fleet Installations and Environment at U.S. Fleet Forces (USFF) command in Norfolk, Virginia, June 8, 2020. Her department is responsible for the environmental planning and compliance for ships out at sea, and acts as advocates for any installation or shore issues that may impact the fleet. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Stacy Atkins-Ricks/Released)

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