Elaine C. Wagner

Retired United States Navy rear admiral.

- Elaine C. Wagner

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Butler University

Private university in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Illustrations depicting buildings on the school's Irvington campus in 1896
The bell tower within Holcomb Gardens
Holcomb Observatory and Planetarium, home to the largest telescope in the state of Indiana
Atherton Union
Former Butler head coach Brad Stevens, seen here speaking with A.J. Graves, led his teams to two NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship games in his six seasons as head coach (2007–2013).

Elaine C. Wagner, Rear Admiral, United States Navy) and 36th Chief, United States Navy Dental Corps

Indiana University School of Dentistry

Dental school of Indiana University.

Elaine C. Wagner (Rear Admiral, United States Navy) and 36th Chief, United States Navy Dental Corps

Naval Health Clinic New England

Medical clinic providing health care for the Navy that serves in the Northeast region.

In 2009, Captain Elaine C. Wagner assumed command of Naval Health Clinic New England.

Carol I. Turner

Retired United States Navy officer who served as the first female chief of the United States Navy Dental Corps from 2003 to 2007.

Rear Admiral Carol I. Turner

Elaine C. Wagner, the 36th Chief of the United States Navy Dental Corps, is also an alumnus of the Indiana University School of Dentistry.

List of female United States military generals and flag officers

List of female United States military generals and flag officers, that are either currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, or are retired.

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Elaine C. Wagner

Richard C. Vinci

Retired United States Navy rear admiral.

Vinci passed the office of Chief of the Navy Dental Corps to Admiral Elaine C. Wagner in 2010, and retired from the United States Navy in July 2011.