Cmdr. Ronnie Harper, Maintenance Operation Center (MOC) Aircraft on Ground (AOG) director, poses for a photo in his office, July 26. The MOC AOG works to assess, improve, and properly organize the efforts that keep mission-capable aircraft fully ready to fly wherever the Navy needs them.
AIRLANT’s MOC Director Discusses Transforming Naval Aviation from the Deckplates to the Flight Lines
By By Jennifer Cragg, NAE Communications | Dec. 21, 2022
Capt. Ronnie Harper has spent the entirety of his 35-year naval career improving Naval Aviation through positions held as an enlisted and naval officer assigned in organizational (O-Level) and intermediate (I-Level) maintenance and acquisition assignments. This experience ultimately led to his current role as the Maintenance Operations Center (MOC) Director at Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic (AIRLANT).

Then-Lt. Carl “Chebs” Chebi (pictured right) and Lt. David “Killer” Culler during their time at TOPGUN in 1992 in San Diego, Calif. (Photos courtesy of Vice Adm. Carl P. Chebi)
NAVAIR’s Newest Commander Sets Sights on Integration
By Naval Air Systems Command Communications | May 9, 2022
Vice Adm. Carl P. Chebi, who came aboard in September 2021 as Commander, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), shares his priorities with Naval Aviation News.