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Assistant Officer in Charge, LT Mark Nintrup

Lieutenant Nintrup was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio where he graduated from Oak Hills High School in 2001.  After high school he attended Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, Kentucky and earned his bachelor of science in criminal justice in 2005. 
Lieutenant Nintrup enlisted in the Navy on August 23, 2006 and upon completion of Recruit Training in Great Lakes, Illinois, he reported to Aviation Electrician’s Mate School in Jacksonville, Florida. 
His first assignment was with Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light Five One (HSL 51) homeported at Naval Air Facility (NAF) Atsugi, Japan where he earned his Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist and qualified as a collateral duty quality assurance representative (CDQAR) while deploying with Detachment Two onboard CG-63 (USS Cowpens). 
In August 2010, then AE2 Nintrup reported to Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Eight Four (HSC 84) located at NS Norfolk, Virginia.  During this tour he deployed to Balad, Iraq for eight months in support of Operation New Dawn where he qualified as an Expeditionary Warfare Specialist. 
In October 2011, then AE2 Nintrup transferred to Naval Air Technical Training Center (NATTC) Pensacola, Florida for instructor duty where he earned his Master Training Specialist qualification and served as the Lead instructor for Apprentice Technical Training. 
In March 2015, then AE1 Nintrup reported to Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Two Five (HSC 25) at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam where he earned his Safe for Flight qualification on the MH-60S, and deployed onboard LHD-6 (USS Bonhomme Richard) supporting 7th fleet operations.
In May 2018, then AEC Nintrup reported to Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron Four Eight (HSM 48) at NS Mayport, Florida for one year prior to commissioning as Ensign under the Limited Duty Officer Program in May 2019. 
In August 2019, he reported to Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Eight Five (HSC 85) at Naval Air Station North Island, California and served as Detachment Maintenance Officer (DETMO) for two overseas detachments and as the squadron’s Maintenance Material Control Officer (MMCO). 
In September 2022, he reported for duty to Fleet Readiness Center Southeast, Detachment Mayport, Florida where he currently serves as Assistant Officer in Charge (AOIC).
His personal decorations include the Navy Commendation Medal (2 awards), Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal (5 awards), and numerous other campaign and unit citations.
Lieutenant Nintrup is married to Leslie Nintrup and they have one child; Nicholas.