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Center for Surface Combat Systems Announces its Domain Small Activity Civilian of the Quarter

SAN DIEGO (October 19, 2012)  Ms. Donna P. Noyes-Sprankles, a Military Support 
Specialist for the Center for Surface Combat Systems Detachment San Diego,
receives a reserved parking space as part of her award package as the CSCS 
Domain Small Activity Civilian of the Quarter (COQ) for the third quarter. 
(U.S. Navy photo released by CSCS Det San Diego)
SAN DIEGO (October 19, 2012) Ms. Donna P. Noyes-Sprankles, a Military Support Specialist for the Center for Surface Combat Systems Detachment San Diego, receives a reserved parking space as part of her award package as the CSCS Domain Small Activity Civilian of the Quarter (COQ) for the third quarter. (U.S. Navy photo released by CSCS Det San Diego)
Posted Oct. 26, 2012, at 10:19 a.m.

* Donna Noyes-Sprankles is orginally from Bangor, Maine and still has family that resides in Maine.

DAHLGREN, Va. – Center for Surface Combat Systems (CSCS) announced Oct. 26 its Small Activity Civilian of the Quarter (COQ) for the third quarter of 2012.

Donna Noyes-Sprankles, a Military Support specialist for CSCS Detachment (Det) San Diego, was thrilled to be selected.

“I’m honored to receive this award,” she said. “I sincerely appreciate our Officer-in-Charge Lt. Cmdr. Roy Henkle and the CSCS domain.”

As a Military Support specialist, Noyes-Sprankles is responsible for administrative, budgetary, security, and an assortment of collateral duties that ensure command operations.

She has been part of the Navy’s mission as a civilian for more than 23 years.

“I reported to work at CSCS Det San Diego, known at that time as Aegis Training Support Group (ATSG) in 1991, and every day I am blessed to still be part of this community,” she said.

Henkle said that Noyes-Sprankles deserved to be recognized because of her sustained superior performance.

“Donna has done so much for Det San Diego and CSCS as a whole,” he said. “It just seemed logical to submit her for this award. Her strong work ethic and positive attitude have helped shape the detachment into the learning site it is today; a training center that not only trains, but also mentors and educates the Navy of today and tomorrow.”

Henkle said she is a driven and proven team player and also received the prestigious Meritorious Civilian Service Award in 2011.

“I absolutely enjoy the people at CSCS Det San Diego most of all,” Noyes-Sprankles said. “They have become an extension of my family. There is no greater sense of accomplishment than to see a Sailor advance in his or her career and think that just maybe I was able to assist him or her in some, small way toward reaching their goals. My husband likes to say, ‘Life, it’s just a walk in the park,’ and I truly love the walk I am currently on.”

For more information about the Center for Surface Combat Systems, https://www.netc.navy.mil/centers/cscs/

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———————————————————-Story by Kimberly M. Lansdale, Center for Surface Combat Systems

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