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By admin | September 26th, 2017

Nat Fahy named chair for 2018 N.C. event

Fellow CC Nat Fahy back in the day

Fellow CC Nat Fahy back in the day

Nat Fahy

Retired mustang Maj. Nat Fahy has been appointed chair of the 2018 USMCCCA Training Symposium, National President Keith Oliver announced today.

Set for Aug. 20-23 at the New Bern, North Carolina DoubleTree Hotel, the CCs’ annual gathering will feature “robust professional development value for our active duty Marines,” said Oliver, “and Nat Fahy is in the perfect position to help us achieve that.”

An oft-deployed PAO who served in Afghanistan, Cuba and Desert Storm, Fahy joined the civil service ranks in 2010 and is assigned at Camp Lejune as Director of Communication Strategy and Operations for Marine Corps Installations East.

“Nat and Megan and their four active children have enjoyed multiple tours in the region and have long since become thoroughly embedded in Eastern North Carolina community and military life,” Oliver said.

“This appointment marks a refreshing return to the organizational benefits we reap by having a meeting chairman who is on the ground,” said Keith, “especially when it is somebody as ensconced as Nat.”


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