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Hampton Roads Military Corner

Jean Dumlao, a Virginia Beach native, pictured left, has lived a life of service. A 1986 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Dumlao would go on to serve 20 years on active duty as a Civil Engineer Corps Officer, in various capacities in the Public Works, Construction and Environmental Management fields. With numerous personal awards she was selected as Naval Air Station Jacksonville's Military Woman of the Year in 1990 while serving as Officer in Charge of Construction Battalion Unit 410.

Following her retirement, she quickly rose through the ranks of civil service becoming the head of NAVFAC Atlantic's Public Works business line and is still serving today as one of the most senior women at the command. In 2012, Ms. Dumlao was awarded the Federal Asian Pacific American Council Civilian Award for Excellence in Individual Leadership Achievement (DON GS11-15 category), is also a recipient of the Meritorious Civilian Service Award.

The choice to "stay Navy" was strategic and filled with purpose: "The U.S. Navy has been a big part of my family, life and career, and I am a lifelong patriot. As I was planning retirement from active duty, I explored several career options and coming back to the Navy as a Deputy Public Works Officer at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) was a great fit for me. Working as a civil service employee has allowed me to continue to serve our Navy and nation. It is also very rewarding working with the many great professionals and teammates of NAVFAC."

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