11 graduate from ACC Quality Assurance Intern Program
Graduates of the Army Contracting Command’s Quality Assurance Intern Program boot camp gather for a class picture with J.R. Richardson, front, center, ACC Contraction Operations director, and Zelliah Clark, ACC Quality Assurance training mentor. Graduates were (second row, left) John Workman, Jose Ruano, Jeanette Murphy, Latorsha Bennett, course instructor Jim Rodden, Ray Wemple, and Amparo Sherrill. Third row: Kenneth Knight and Mary Smith. Back row: P. Hoon Lee, James Cooper, Gervai Meaweathers, Steve Turkovich and Bob DiFazio.

FORT DIX, N.J. -- Eleven quality assurance specialists graduated from the Army Contracting Command’s Quality Assurance Intern Program here July 28.

The six-month program, which started in 2009, instructs quality assurance specialists in defense acquisition and contract oversight. Students receive instruction in theory as well as hands-on practical instruction.

Graduates were: LaTorsha Bennett, 414th Contracting Support Brigade, Vienza, Italy; James Cooper, 410th CSB, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Kenneth Knight, 414th CSB; Pyong Lee, 411th CSB, Yongson, South Korea; Gervai Maeweathers, 413th CSB, Fort Shafter, Hawaii; Jeanette Murphy, 411th CSB, Seoul, South Korea; Jose Ruano, 410th CSB; Amparo Sherrill, 409th CSB, Kaiserslautern, Germany; Mary Smith, honor graduate, 409th CSB; Stephen Turkovich, 413th CSB; and John Workman, 409th CSB.

The program is a critical element supporting ACC’s strategic priority of growing and developing a professional civilian and military workforce. Graduates were awarded a Level 1 Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act certification.

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