Mexican Midshipman Graduates from US Coast Guard

The Secretary of Navy-Navy of Mexico reported that the midshipman Alberto Enríquez Luna successfully concluded the career of Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture, at the Coast Guard Academy (USCGA), upon graduating with High Honors in a ceremony presided over by Mike Pence, vice president of the United States of America.

The graduated naval element will arrive in Mexico next Sunday, May 27, to carry out an update period aboard surface units of the Navy of Mexico, in order to continue with his professional career.

It is noteworthy that at the invitation of the United States Coast Guard Academy to the Naval University, so that cadets from the Heroic Naval Military School participated as fellows, on June 23, 2014 at the end of its Second Year, the cadete Alberto Enríquez Luna competed for a position as a fellow in the career of Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture in that academy.

Currently, three more cadets are studying at the Academy of the Coast Guard of the United States of America, in the career of Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture.

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The cadets Daniela Pimentel Espino and Jericó Armando Galeana Vázquez will graduate in 2020 and the cadets Mario Enrico Pasta Franco and Efrén Alonso Iglesias will do the same in 2021.

The participation of naval personnel in the Coast Guard Academy of the United States of America, allows enriching their training and feedback to the Navy-Navy Secretariat of Mexico with the acquired knowledge, which contribute to the development of this institution.

 

Source: Razon