FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 23, 2018
Local Attorney Returns from Reserve Duty
Lancaster, Ohio – Bryan Everitt, associate at the law firm Dagger, Johnston, Miller, Ogilvie & Hampson, LLP, recently returned from San Diego where he supported the arrival of a Chilean submarine, SS-20, Thompson. The Thompson was visiting the United States as part of a program known as the Diesel-Electric Submarine Initiative (DESI).
DESI was established by US Fleet Forces Command in 2001 with the goal to enhance the Navy’s capability to operate with diesel-electric submarines by partnering with South American navies.
Everitt’s role was to work with DESI. He met the submarine and assisted in getting the Chilean sailors checked in to the base and settled.
In addition to his work at Dagger Law, Everitt is a Lieutenant Commander in the Navy Reserves and is assigned as a Watch Floor Battle Officer for Anti-Submarine Warfare operations.
“We have a long tradition of supporting our military and are proud of Bryan’s service,” said Jeff Spangler, managing partner of Dagger Law. “Out of 34 employees, we currently have four veterans working with us. It is an honor working with people who have such a tremendous dedication to our country.”
Everitt has been in the military for more than 18 years and graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He also holds a master’s degree in engineering management from Old Dominion University. He received his law degree from Capital University Law School.
“I appreciate working for a company that understands and supports my military service” said Bryan Everitt. “The military is such a part of my life and it’s a commitment I’m honored to fulfill.”
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