VX-30 "Bloodhounds"

Established in May 1995, VX-30 is a weapons test squadron whose mission is to provide research, development, test, and evaluation of manned and unmanned fixed and rotary wing aircraft and weapons systems. VX-30 also provides support to the Point Mugu Sea Range, both locally and worldwide. Squadron manning is composed of approximately 30 officers, 80 enlisted sailors, 20 civilians, and 100 contractors.

The Bloodhounds and their sister squadron VX-31 make up the two components of the Naval Test Wing Pacific. 

To accomplish its mission, VX-30 operates a diverse inventory of manned aircraft, including the NP-3D Orion, P-3C Orion and KC-130T Hercules. Additionally, the Bloodhounds are the Navy's premier West Coast test facility for Unmanned Air Systems (UAS), currently operating the RQ-23A TigerShark. VX-30 counts designation as “the responsible test organization” among its many achievements.

Bloodhound aircraft accomplish range surveillance, photometric support, area clearance, and airborne telemetry on the Naval Air Systems Command Sea Test Range. Project officers lead several weapon system developmental test programs for the Fleet. The Range Department operational specialists are responsible for safety of flight and range clearance for the 36,000 square mile Point Mugu Sea Range. The Airborne Threat Simulation Detachment routinely deploys worldwide to meet unique weapon testing needs at remote ranges and to provide fleet support.

Cmdr. Colette Lazenka

Commanding Officer, VX-30

Cmdr. Colette Lazenka, a native of Horsham, Pennsylvania, graduated from the United States Naval Academy in May 2002 and earned her Naval Flight Officer wings in December 2003.

After attending Fleet Replacement Squadron training at Patrol Squadron Thirty (VP) 30, Lazenka reported to VP-46 at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington in October 2004. While at VP-46, she served as the command security manager, AWO division officer, and NFO training officer. She also completed numerous deployments in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Lazenka earned Commander, Naval Air Forces NFO of the Year award in 2007 for exceptional ASW expertise.

In June 2008, Lazenka reported to United States Naval Test Pilot School as a member of Class 135 and graduated with distinction. She then reported to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 20 in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. There, she served as the P-8A Poseidon mission system’s lead, P-8A assistant developmental test director, and NFO Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization officer. While attached to VX-20, she flew over 30 “Cat C” flight tests and led acceptance testing for the Navy’s first seven P-8A aircraft.

In October 2011, Lazenka reported to VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, as the P-8A Fleet Integration Team Operations Officer and NFO NATOPS officer. She helped transition the first four P-3C squadrons to the P-8A and led the acceptance of eight P-8As for VP-30. Following her tour at VP-30, she reported to VP-5 in February 2014 for her Department Head tour, during which she completed two deployments to the Pacific Theatre and served as the VP-5 NATOPS, training, and operations officer.

She reported to the Advanced Sensors Technology (AST) Program Office at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C. in June 2016. Serving as the Advanced Airborne Sensor (AAS) Training IPT Lead, she delivered ACAT-1D AAS Radar training simulators and courseware to the P-8A Fleet. She then reported to the MQ-25 Unmanned Carrier Aviation (UCA) Program Office (PMA-268) in April 2019 at NAS Patuxent River as the UCA Mission Control System (UMCS) Product IPT Lead. Lazenka reported to VX-30 at Naval Base Ventura County in Point Mugu, California, in November 2020 as the chief test pilot before taking command in May 2022.

Lazenka is an Aviation Engineering Duty Officer and designated Acquisition Professional with career field certifications in Test & Evaluation and Program Management. She earned her masters in Aviation Systems from the University of Tennessee and is currently pursuing her PhD in Higher Education Administration from Liberty University. Her personal decorations include the Air Medal Strike/Flight (three awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (eight awards), and various unit and campaign awards.

 

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Mark Price

Technical Director, VX-30

Mark Price, a native of Los Angeles, California, graduated from the University of California, San Diego in 1988. He was commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps and was winged a naval flight officer in 1990.

In the Marines, Price flew the EA-6B during operational tours with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron (VMAQ) 2 and VMAQ-4. He is a veteran of Operations Allied Force, Iraqi Freedom, and Enduring Freedom.

His flight test experience came during a tour with Naval Weapons Test Squadron, Point Mugu (now VX-30). There he served as the Tactical Aircraft Electronic Warfare (TACAIR EW) project officer and flew over 100 flight test sorties in the FA-18D, EA-6B, and QF-4 aircraft.

His staff tours include serving in the Pentagon as the TACAIR EW Requirements Officer at OPNAV N88 and in Afghanistan as part of the Commander’s Action Group think tank drafting and evolving strategy for the Combined Security Transition Command, Afghanistan.

After retiring from the Marines in 2009, Price transitioned into the civilian workforce at the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, in Point Mugu, California. While a member of the Avionics Department, he became a branch head for the Electro-Optics Systems and Modeling Branch in the Electronic Warfare Division and served there for three years supporting development and test of Missile Warning Systems and Directed Infra-Red Countermeasures Systems. Later, he took on the role as the F-35 Reprogramming Laboratory (FRL) Lead, standing up a brand new laboratory, building F-35 mission data and associated test capabilities for the Joint Strike Fighter program. Price then moved on to become deputy Integrated Product Team (IPT) Lead at the Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) IPT. While at the AEA IPT he helped lead the team’s efforts on the EA-18G Growler and Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) as well as mission data and mission planning software development and testing for the MH-60R, E-2C/D, and P-8A.

Price assumed his current duties as Technical Director for VX-30 in December 2017. He is a recipient of the NAVAIR Commander Clifton Evans Memorial Award for excellence in Electronic Warfare Engineering, and the NAVAIR Commander’s Award for Technical Innovation.

 

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Cmdr. Devin Holmes

Chief Test Pilot, VX-30

Cmdr. Devin Holmes, a native of Traverse City, Michigan, graduated from the United States Naval Academy in May 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering. He later earned a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School in 2014.

Holmes completed flight training and earned his Naval Aviator wings in August 2007. After attending fleet replacement squadron training at Patrol Squadron (VP) 30 in Jacksonville, Florida, he reported to the “Skinny Dragons” of VP-4 in Kaneohe, Hawaii. While with the Skinny Dragons, Holmes deployed to the SOUTHCOM, CENTCOM, EUCOM, and INDOPACOM areas of responsibility and qualified as Mission Commander and Instructor Pilot in the P-3C Orion.

Holmes then attended Naval Postgraduate School and the United States Naval Test Pilot School and was assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 20 at Patuxent River, Maryland in 2014 where he served as a P-8A Test Pilot and Project Officer at the P-8A Integrated Test Team.

In 2017, Holmes reported to the “Mad Foxes” of VP-5 as a Department Head. In addition to P-8A deployments to the EUCOM and INDOPACOM areas of responsibility, the squadron also received Air-to-Air Refueling capability as well as the Advanced Airborne Sensor (AAS) configuration. He served as Operations Officer for the Mad Foxes and was the Commander, Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11 recipient of the Navy and Marine Association peer-selected leadership award for 2019.

In 2019, Holmes served at the Advanced Sensor Technologies Program Office at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C. In 2021 he was redesignated as an Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer, and in 2022 reported to VX-30 in Point Mugu, California where he currently serves as Chief Test Pilot. He has over 2,000 flight hours and has flown over 25 different Type/Model/Series of aircraft.

                                                                                                           

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Cmdr. Charles Lewis

Executive Officer, VX-30

Cmdr. Charles Lewis, a native of Blacksburg, Virginia, graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in History and received his commission with the class of 2005.  He completed flight training at Training Squadron (VT) 28 and VT-31 in Corpus Christi, Texas, and was winged as a naval aviator in August 2007.

After receiving his initial P-3C training with Patrol Squadron (VP) 30 at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, Lewis reported to the “Red Lancers” of VP-10 in Naval Air Station Brunswick, Maine, where he deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2009 and 2011.  His duties included airframes branch officer, sponsor and indoctrination coordinator, assistant admin officer, schedules officer, and pilot NATOPS Officer.  He earned his qualifications as patrol plane commander, patrol plane mission commander, and patrol plane instructor pilot.

In September 2011, Lewis joined VP-30 as a Fleet Replacement Squadron instructor pilot.  While there, he was assigned as ISD Pilot Program manager, MPRWS ACTC pilot, and MPRWS weapons pilot.  He earned his qualifications as a FRS instructor pilot, Fleet IUT instructor pilot, FRS IUT instructor pilot, and Weapons and Tactics instructor. 

In September 2014, Lewis reported to Special Projects Patrol Squadron (VPU) 2 in Kaneohe, Hawaii, where he was assigned as line division officer, senior watch officer, and pilot training officer.  He earned his qualifications as special mission aircraft commander, and mission commander.

Lewis joined the “Tridents” of VP-26 in April 2017 as a department head and completed P-8A deployments to the INDOPACOM and EUCOM areas of responsibility.  He served as the command services officer, CTF-72 LNO, safety NATOPS officer, future operations officer, and maintenance officer.

In June 2019, Lewis reported to VP-30 and served as the NATOPS Department head, P-8A NATOPS program manager and Senior P-8A NATOPS evaluator.  He reported to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 30 at Naval Base Ventura County in Point Mugu, California, in July 2022 to serve as the executive officer. 

His personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (3 Awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and various campaign and unit awards.  

 

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Command Senior Chief Shanika D. Scurlark

Command Senior Chief, VX-30

Command Senior Chief Shanika D. Scurlark (SW/FMF), a native of Albany, Georgia, enlisted in the Navy under the Delayed Entry Program in June of 1998. After attending basic training in Great Lakes, Illinois, she reported to Cryptologic Technician (Administrative) “A” school in Pensacola, Florida. The rating later merged with Yeoman. In 2014, she converted to Navy Counselor.

Her first tour was Naval Technical Training Center Corry Station in Pensacola, Florida. She served as the administrative assistant and was advanced to petty officer second class. Her subsequent shore tours were Naval Security Group Department Diego Garcia as the awards clerk, MacDill Air Force Base as the admin noncommissioned officer-in-charge, and NAVCENT Bahrain as the admin leading petty officer. Scurlark then decided to take a tour with Shore Special Programs as a recruiter with Navy Recruiting District Miami. While attached, she was meritoriously promoted to petty officer first class. 

In 2012, she reported to USS Mobile Bay (CG 53). While there, she served as the ship’s secretary and command career counselor and deployed to the Western Pacific in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. She was also selected for Chief Petty Officer. In 2014, she reported to Southeast Regional Maintenance Center in Mayport, Florida, where she served as the command career counselor and admin officer.

In 2018, Scurlark reported as the ISIC career counselor for CG II MEF where she was selected for senior chief petty officer. Following her promotion, she reported to Navy Personal Command, where she served as the departmental leading chief petty officer for Shore Special Programs. While there she was selected into the Command Senior Enlisted Leader Program.

Scurlark assumed the duties as the Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 30 command senior chief in June 2022.

Scurlark is a graduate of the U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 238/Khaki), CMC/COB Course (Class 90). She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Troy State University in Criminal Justice and Master’s Degree in Forensic Technology from Nova Southeastern University.

Her personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (three awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (seven awards) Meritorious Outstanding Volunteer Medal, Good Conduct Medal (five awards) and various unit and campaign awards. She is also the recipient of the 2014 Anna Der-Vartanian Leadership Award

 

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VX-30 "Bloodhounds"

Established in May 1995, VX-30 is a weapons test squadron whose mission is to provide research, development, test, and evaluation of manned and unmanned fixed and rotary wing aircraft and weapons systems. VX-30 also provides support to the Point Mugu Sea Range, both locally and worldwide. Squadron manning is composed of approximately 30 officers, 80 enlisted sailors, 20 civilians, and 100 contractors.

The Bloodhounds and their sister squadron VX-31 make up the two components of the Naval Test Wing Pacific. 

To accomplish its mission, VX-30 operates a diverse inventory of manned aircraft, including the NP-3D Orion, P-3C Orion and KC-130T Hercules. Additionally, the Bloodhounds are the Navy's premier West Coast test facility for Unmanned Air Systems (UAS), currently operating the RQ-23A TigerShark. VX-30 counts designation as “the responsible test organization” among its many achievements.

Bloodhound aircraft accomplish range surveillance, photometric support, area clearance, and airborne telemetry on the Naval Air Systems Command Sea Test Range. Project officers lead several weapon system developmental test programs for the Fleet. The Range Department operational specialists are responsible for safety of flight and range clearance for the 36,000 square mile Point Mugu Sea Range. The Airborne Threat Simulation Detachment routinely deploys worldwide to meet unique weapon testing needs at remote ranges and to provide fleet support.

Cmdr. Colette Lazenka

Commanding Officer, VX-30

Cmdr. Colette Lazenka, a native of Horsham, Pennsylvania, graduated from the United States Naval Academy in May 2002 and earned her Naval Flight Officer wings in December 2003.

After attending Fleet Replacement Squadron training at Patrol Squadron Thirty (VP) 30, Lazenka reported to VP-46 at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington in October 2004. While at VP-46, she served as the command security manager, AWO division officer, and NFO training officer. She also completed numerous deployments in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Lazenka earned Commander, Naval Air Forces NFO of the Year award in 2007 for exceptional ASW expertise.

In June 2008, Lazenka reported to United States Naval Test Pilot School as a member of Class 135 and graduated with distinction. She then reported to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 20 in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. There, she served as the P-8A Poseidon mission system’s lead, P-8A assistant developmental test director, and NFO Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization officer. While attached to VX-20, she flew over 30 “Cat C” flight tests and led acceptance testing for the Navy’s first seven P-8A aircraft.

In October 2011, Lazenka reported to VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, as the P-8A Fleet Integration Team Operations Officer and NFO NATOPS officer. She helped transition the first four P-3C squadrons to the P-8A and led the acceptance of eight P-8As for VP-30. Following her tour at VP-30, she reported to VP-5 in February 2014 for her Department Head tour, during which she completed two deployments to the Pacific Theatre and served as the VP-5 NATOPS, training, and operations officer.

She reported to the Advanced Sensors Technology (AST) Program Office at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C. in June 2016. Serving as the Advanced Airborne Sensor (AAS) Training IPT Lead, she delivered ACAT-1D AAS Radar training simulators and courseware to the P-8A Fleet. She then reported to the MQ-25 Unmanned Carrier Aviation (UCA) Program Office (PMA-268) in April 2019 at NAS Patuxent River as the UCA Mission Control System (UMCS) Product IPT Lead. Lazenka reported to VX-30 at Naval Base Ventura County in Point Mugu, California, in November 2020 as the chief test pilot before taking command in May 2022.

Lazenka is an Aviation Engineering Duty Officer and designated Acquisition Professional with career field certifications in Test & Evaluation and Program Management. She earned her masters in Aviation Systems from the University of Tennessee and is currently pursuing her PhD in Higher Education Administration from Liberty University. Her personal decorations include the Air Medal Strike/Flight (three awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (eight awards), and various unit and campaign awards.

 

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Mark Price

Technical Director, VX-30

Mark Price, a native of Los Angeles, California, graduated from the University of California, San Diego in 1988. He was commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps and was winged a naval flight officer in 1990.

In the Marines, Price flew the EA-6B during operational tours with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron (VMAQ) 2 and VMAQ-4. He is a veteran of Operations Allied Force, Iraqi Freedom, and Enduring Freedom.

His flight test experience came during a tour with Naval Weapons Test Squadron, Point Mugu (now VX-30). There he served as the Tactical Aircraft Electronic Warfare (TACAIR EW) project officer and flew over 100 flight test sorties in the FA-18D, EA-6B, and QF-4 aircraft.

His staff tours include serving in the Pentagon as the TACAIR EW Requirements Officer at OPNAV N88 and in Afghanistan as part of the Commander’s Action Group think tank drafting and evolving strategy for the Combined Security Transition Command, Afghanistan.

After retiring from the Marines in 2009, Price transitioned into the civilian workforce at the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, in Point Mugu, California. While a member of the Avionics Department, he became a branch head for the Electro-Optics Systems and Modeling Branch in the Electronic Warfare Division and served there for three years supporting development and test of Missile Warning Systems and Directed Infra-Red Countermeasures Systems. Later, he took on the role as the F-35 Reprogramming Laboratory (FRL) Lead, standing up a brand new laboratory, building F-35 mission data and associated test capabilities for the Joint Strike Fighter program. Price then moved on to become deputy Integrated Product Team (IPT) Lead at the Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) IPT. While at the AEA IPT he helped lead the team’s efforts on the EA-18G Growler and Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) as well as mission data and mission planning software development and testing for the MH-60R, E-2C/D, and P-8A.

Price assumed his current duties as Technical Director for VX-30 in December 2017. He is a recipient of the NAVAIR Commander Clifton Evans Memorial Award for excellence in Electronic Warfare Engineering, and the NAVAIR Commander’s Award for Technical Innovation.

 

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Cmdr. Devin Holmes

Chief Test Pilot, VX-30

Cmdr. Devin Holmes, a native of Traverse City, Michigan, graduated from the United States Naval Academy in May 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering. He later earned a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School in 2014.

Holmes completed flight training and earned his Naval Aviator wings in August 2007. After attending fleet replacement squadron training at Patrol Squadron (VP) 30 in Jacksonville, Florida, he reported to the “Skinny Dragons” of VP-4 in Kaneohe, Hawaii. While with the Skinny Dragons, Holmes deployed to the SOUTHCOM, CENTCOM, EUCOM, and INDOPACOM areas of responsibility and qualified as Mission Commander and Instructor Pilot in the P-3C Orion.

Holmes then attended Naval Postgraduate School and the United States Naval Test Pilot School and was assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 20 at Patuxent River, Maryland in 2014 where he served as a P-8A Test Pilot and Project Officer at the P-8A Integrated Test Team.

In 2017, Holmes reported to the “Mad Foxes” of VP-5 as a Department Head. In addition to P-8A deployments to the EUCOM and INDOPACOM areas of responsibility, the squadron also received Air-to-Air Refueling capability as well as the Advanced Airborne Sensor (AAS) configuration. He served as Operations Officer for the Mad Foxes and was the Commander, Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11 recipient of the Navy and Marine Association peer-selected leadership award for 2019.

In 2019, Holmes served at the Advanced Sensor Technologies Program Office at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C. In 2021 he was redesignated as an Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer, and in 2022 reported to VX-30 in Point Mugu, California where he currently serves as Chief Test Pilot. He has over 2,000 flight hours and has flown over 25 different Type/Model/Series of aircraft.

                                                                                                           

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Cmdr. Charles Lewis

Executive Officer, VX-30

Cmdr. Charles Lewis, a native of Blacksburg, Virginia, graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in History and received his commission with the class of 2005.  He completed flight training at Training Squadron (VT) 28 and VT-31 in Corpus Christi, Texas, and was winged as a naval aviator in August 2007.

After receiving his initial P-3C training with Patrol Squadron (VP) 30 at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, Lewis reported to the “Red Lancers” of VP-10 in Naval Air Station Brunswick, Maine, where he deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2009 and 2011.  His duties included airframes branch officer, sponsor and indoctrination coordinator, assistant admin officer, schedules officer, and pilot NATOPS Officer.  He earned his qualifications as patrol plane commander, patrol plane mission commander, and patrol plane instructor pilot.

In September 2011, Lewis joined VP-30 as a Fleet Replacement Squadron instructor pilot.  While there, he was assigned as ISD Pilot Program manager, MPRWS ACTC pilot, and MPRWS weapons pilot.  He earned his qualifications as a FRS instructor pilot, Fleet IUT instructor pilot, FRS IUT instructor pilot, and Weapons and Tactics instructor. 

In September 2014, Lewis reported to Special Projects Patrol Squadron (VPU) 2 in Kaneohe, Hawaii, where he was assigned as line division officer, senior watch officer, and pilot training officer.  He earned his qualifications as special mission aircraft commander, and mission commander.

Lewis joined the “Tridents” of VP-26 in April 2017 as a department head and completed P-8A deployments to the INDOPACOM and EUCOM areas of responsibility.  He served as the command services officer, CTF-72 LNO, safety NATOPS officer, future operations officer, and maintenance officer.

In June 2019, Lewis reported to VP-30 and served as the NATOPS Department head, P-8A NATOPS program manager and Senior P-8A NATOPS evaluator.  He reported to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 30 at Naval Base Ventura County in Point Mugu, California, in July 2022 to serve as the executive officer. 

His personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (3 Awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and various campaign and unit awards.  

 

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Command Senior Chief Shanika D. Scurlark

Command Senior Chief, VX-30

Command Senior Chief Shanika D. Scurlark (SW/FMF), a native of Albany, Georgia, enlisted in the Navy under the Delayed Entry Program in June of 1998. After attending basic training in Great Lakes, Illinois, she reported to Cryptologic Technician (Administrative) “A” school in Pensacola, Florida. The rating later merged with Yeoman. In 2014, she converted to Navy Counselor.

Her first tour was Naval Technical Training Center Corry Station in Pensacola, Florida. She served as the administrative assistant and was advanced to petty officer second class. Her subsequent shore tours were Naval Security Group Department Diego Garcia as the awards clerk, MacDill Air Force Base as the admin noncommissioned officer-in-charge, and NAVCENT Bahrain as the admin leading petty officer. Scurlark then decided to take a tour with Shore Special Programs as a recruiter with Navy Recruiting District Miami. While attached, she was meritoriously promoted to petty officer first class. 

In 2012, she reported to USS Mobile Bay (CG 53). While there, she served as the ship’s secretary and command career counselor and deployed to the Western Pacific in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. She was also selected for Chief Petty Officer. In 2014, she reported to Southeast Regional Maintenance Center in Mayport, Florida, where she served as the command career counselor and admin officer.

In 2018, Scurlark reported as the ISIC career counselor for CG II MEF where she was selected for senior chief petty officer. Following her promotion, she reported to Navy Personal Command, where she served as the departmental leading chief petty officer for Shore Special Programs. While there she was selected into the Command Senior Enlisted Leader Program.

Scurlark assumed the duties as the Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 30 command senior chief in June 2022.

Scurlark is a graduate of the U.S. Navy Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 238/Khaki), CMC/COB Course (Class 90). She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Troy State University in Criminal Justice and Master’s Degree in Forensic Technology from Nova Southeastern University.

Her personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (three awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (seven awards) Meritorious Outstanding Volunteer Medal, Good Conduct Medal (five awards) and various unit and campaign awards. She is also the recipient of the 2014 Anna Der-Vartanian Leadership Award

 

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