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Navy Recruiting Reserve Command
Find Your Recruiter
Alexis T. Walker
Rear Adm. Alexis “Lex” Walker took command of Navy Recruiting Command March 25, 2022. A native of New York, he began his naval service in 1989 by entering the Broadened Opportunity for Officer Selection and Training (BOOST) Program. Upon completing BOOST, he attended Jacksonville University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Communications and was commissioned in December 1994.
Deputy Commander/ Executive Director
Dr. Kevin D. Sullivan
Dr. Kevin Sullivan entered the Navy in January 1986 and was trained as a communications operator (radioman). This was followed by tours onboard USS Independence (CV-62) and Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station San Diego, California.
Chief of Staff - Navy Recruiting Command
Ronel C. Reyes
Capt. Ronel Reyes is a native of San Diego, CA. He joined the Navy in 1994 and attended the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, RI. He is a 1999 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and earned his Master of Science in Systems Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School.
Command Master Chief
Command Master Chief (SW/AW) Ricardo Moreyra, originally from Puerto Rico, entered the Navy in April 1991. After completing recruit training at Great Lakes, Illinois, he attended machinist mate “A” school.
National Chief Recruiter
Gerald K. Allchin
Master Chief Petty Officer Allchin of Cleveland, Ohio entered the United States Navy in August 1995, and attended recruit training at RTC Great Lakes, Illinois. In November 1995, he reported to Aviation Structural Mechanic “A” School in Millington, Tennessee. He graduated AMS “A” school in January 1996 and reported to Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron Four (VQ-4) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. During his tour at VQ-4, Master Chief Allchin earned his Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist pin and was advanced to Petty Officer Second Class.