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John Whittet was born on 2 September, 1925 in United States. Discover John Whittet’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?
|Age||64 years old|
|Born||2 September 1925|
|Date of death||(1989-05-07)|
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|Net Worth in 2023||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2022||Pending|
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On May 7, 1989, Whittet was diving in the Colorado river. He became caught in the rocks and drowned. He was interred in Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in San Diego, California.
After his tour as Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON), Whittet accepted the position with the Human Resources Management Program at Naval Amphibious School, Coronado, California. A year after his MCPON tour was over, and after having served over 30 years on active duty, Whittet would become one of the first members of the new Master at Arms rating. After retirement from active duty in 1976, Master Chief Whittet went on to a position as director of morale, welfare, and recreation at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado.
Returning to stateside duty, Whittet spent two years with heavy attack squadrons at Whidbey Island Washington, and in 1964, was assigned to the Aerospace Recovery Facility at El Centro, California, where he performed duties as the Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer and Leading Chief Petty Officer. In 1967, Whittet was transferred to the NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, and served a three-year tour of duty as the Aircraft Maintenance Control Chief and the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Commander, Fleet Air Argentia. Immediately prior to assuming the duties as the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, he was assigned as the Master Chief of the United States Atlantic Fleet Air Force, in Norfolk, Virginia.
Whittet followed his Korean War duty with assignments to several naval air station and aviation activities as a Jet Power Plant Instructor in the United States. In 1957 he was transferred to the Continental Air Defense Command at Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he worked as the flight crew plane captain for the Commander of Naval Forces at that command. In March 1960, Whittet joined Fighter Squadron One Nine Three and made three additional Western Pacific deployments aboard Bonhomme Richard.
Following the war, Whittet completed flight engineer training for the B-24 Liberator aircraft and was assigned to Saudi Arabia. In 1950, he was transferred to Miramar Naval Air Station, San Diego. While serving as the leading petty officer of a shipboard detachment of F9F Panther aircraft, he was assigned temporary duty in the Western Pacific aboard the carrier USS Bon Homme Richard. While there, his air group participated in combat action in the Korean War and was awarded the Navy Unit Commendation.
Whittet enlisted in the United States Navy on March 24, 1943, and upon completion of recruit training, was assigned to the Aviation Machinist’s Mate School in Great Lakes, Illinois. He followed the school with an assignment with Carrier Aircraft Service Units which operated from Guam. He won his combat aircrewman wings flying 31 missions from the carrier USS Lexington and USS Anzio, which won Presidential and Navy Unit Citations respectively. He ended his wartime service aboard Anzio following the ship’s participation in the capture of Iwo Jima.
John Donaldson Whittet (September 4, 1925 – May 7, 1989) was a senior sailor in the United States Navy who served as the second Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy.