Gerald R. (Russ) Livermore, USN (Ret)
Gerald R. Livermore was born in St. Paul, Minnesota
Enlisted in the U.S. Navy on November 15, 1955 from Little Rock, Arkansas. Attended Boot Camp in San Diego, CA
Duty Stations Include:
Commander Fleet Air Hawaii located on Ford Island; Basic Training Group Seven in Millington, TN; Air DevelopmentSquadron Six (VX-6) (including 3 deployments to the Antarctic); Naval Reserve Training Center. Odessa, TX; USSWarbler (MSC206) (including 5 deployments to Vietnam); USS Hancock (CVA19); Naval Administrative Command,Great Lakes, ILL; NATO HdQtrs Commander Iceland Defense Force (promoted to Chief); USS Joseph Hewes (DE1078); Defense Race Relations Institute, Patrick AFB, FL; Naval Aviation Schools Command (TAD to Chief of Naval Education and Training), Pensacola, FL., Retired August 10,1977 Pensacola, Fl.
Medal and Awards:
Joint Service Commendation Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal (5), National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service
Medal (3 stars), Sea Service Deployment (9), Vietnam Gallantry Cross w/Palm, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, and Navy Expert Pistol Medal.
Military Memberships and Other Associations:
VFW ( Chaplain), Old Antarctic Explorers Association, DAV, FRA, USDR, American Legion, Space Coast Honor Flight Networks, Shepherd Center of South Brevard
Residing in Palm Bay, FL with spouse Mary Ann and have two daughters and four grandchildren.