Former Ingraham / Coral Sea Division Petty Officer Brenda (Gaul) Muscella was promoted to Chief Hospital Corpsmen on September 16th, 2010. In early 2014, she was sent to the Coast Guards Chief Petty Officer Academy in Petaluma, California where she graduated in the upper portion of her Class. Currently assigned to Camp Lejune, North Carolina. Chief Muscella is the Leading Chief Petty Officer at the H-1 Dental Annex, 2d DEN BN, 2d MLG on the Base. HMC Muscella has been awarded the Navy Pistol Marsmanship Ribbon, Navy Overseas Service Ribbon, Navy Sea Service Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Ribbon, Navy Good Conduct Medal (4), Navy "Battle E" Ribbon, Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon, Navy Achievement Medal (2) and wears the Fleet Marine Force Pin. She recently re-certified to continue wearing the Fleet Marine Force Pin. She is currently assigned to the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit as a medical staff member training for medical field ops aboard the USS Arlington (LPD-24) out of Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia. The ship is currently underway in the Atlantic on deployment with the 5th Fleet. While underway, she was successful in completing the 8 panel interview for the Surface Warfare Pin and was awarded it during Ceremonies aboard ship. She has completed the requirements for the Enlisted Information Dominance Warfare Pin which was awarded to her on 18 Mar 16 in the Gulf of Oman. On 30 April 2016 USS Arlington returned to her homeport of Norfolk, Virginia ending a 8 month Overseas Deployment. HMC Muscella has returned to Camp Lejune, North Carolina with the 2d DEN BN 2d MLG on Base and plans on Retiring from the Service in 2017.
Former Ingraham / Coral Sea Division Chief Petty Officer Michelle Gaul is a Builder 2nd Class assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5 at Port Hueneme, CA. BU2 Gaul recently returned from a deployment to Afghanistan. She has been awarded the Navy Pistol Marksmanship Ribbon with Bronze "S", Navy Rifle Marsmanship Ribbon with bronze "S", Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, National Defense Service Ribbon , the Navy Good Conduct ribbon, the Navy "Battle E" Ribbon, Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon and wears the Seabee Combat Warfare pin. She is a member of the Port Hueneme Base Color Guard and the Base Security Team.
She has been Honorably Discharged from the Navy on 12 Jun 15 after just under 14 years of service due to mandatory military reductions in the Seabee Builder Field. She is currently at home in Oxnard and has been hired by the U.S. Postal Service as a part time Rural Route Delivery Carrier.
In addition, she has been hired full time as an Administrative Secretary for the Military on Base at CBC Port Hueneme.
Former Ingraham / Coral Sea Division Chief Petty Officer Jeffrey Shelton was honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy in February 2009 as a Master-at-Arms 2nd Class. MA2 Shelton served from 2002 until 2009, during that time he was stationed at NSA La Maddalena, Italy; NAVBASE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; SUBASE New London, CT as well as deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan as a Military Working Dog (K-9) handler searching for explosives, narcotics and insurgents. MA2 Shelton was awarded the Navy Pistol Marksmanship Medal, the Navy Rifle Marksmanship Ribbon with bronze "S", Overseas Service Ribbon (2), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (2), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Nation Defense Service Ribbon, Navy Good Conduct Medal (2),Navy Unit Commendation, Navy Achievement Medal (3), Army Commendation Medal (2) and wears the Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist pin. He has re-enlisted in the Coast Guard as an E-3 and is stationed in Texas . He is an Instructor with Coral Sea Division and is on Leave of Absence.
Former Ingraham / Coral Sea Division Cadet Michael Pate is an Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class stationed at Naval Station Norfolk, VA. Current status is unknown.
Former Coral Sea Division Cadet Jonathan Rivera is assigned to the 2nd Ranger Battalion in Fort Lewis, WA.
Current status is unknown.
Former Coral Sea Division Cadet Christopher Pickett was Discharged from the Navy in Oct. 2013 as a Yeoman 1st Class. He was originally assigned to Navy Special Warfare Operational Support Team 1 in Coronado, CA. He was transferred to Naval Station Everett, WA. in 2012. He is currently using his GI Bill to obtain a Bachelor's Degree.
Former Coral Sea Division Cadet Aaron Barnes was promoted to the rank of Corporal. He completed Marine Force Recon training at Camp Pendelton, CA. His current status is unknown.
Former Coral Sea Division Cadet Pamela Webster is a Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class and was assigned to VF-154 "Black Knights" at Naval Air Station Lemoore, CA. HM2 Webster was deployed aboard U.S.S. Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) as a flight medic for her squadron. She was also assigned to USS Nimitz (CVN-74) during the Major Earthquake in Japan. She has been re-assigned to NAS Pensacola, Florida where she will be teaching at the Aerospace Medical School.
Former Coral Sea Division Chief Petty Officer Aaron Castro graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia where he commissioned as Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. 2LT Castro is a graduate of both the Armor Basic Officer Leaders Course and the Bradley Leaders Course at FT Benning, Georgia. 2LT Castro has been awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terror Service medal, and Army Service Ribbon. 2LT Castro is currently assigned to 6th Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment in 3rd Brigade/1st Infantry Division and is stationed at FT Hood, Texas.
Former Coral Sea Division Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory To has graduated from Navy Boot Camp and then graduated from Hospital Corpsman Training in San Antonio, Texas on 08 Dec 14.
He has been assigned to the Branch medical group at Marine Corps Air Station Camp Lejune, North Carolina.
Former Coral Sea Cadet Sophia Luevano has been accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy. She reported aboard in May 2014 for her Indoctrination Courses. In June 2015 she became a "Plebe".