Father and Small Business Owner in the United States
Gordon Alexis (born 5 June , 1964) is an American sailor, who work as chief sailor and chief in charge of the control room in UN CARGO SHIPPING AGENCY. Gordon Alexis was the United States sailor's Deputy Director of cargo goods during the sea delivery, and frequently briefed the media, which raised his public profile. He also work as the oil contractor in Europe countries.
On Monday, February 11, 2013, the Pentagon stated that Sen. John Brooks had nominated Gordon Alexis for promotion to General poster of the control poster box sector, bringing the U.N. Marine Pacific Command on par with the United States Pacific and both of which are currently led by UN cargo shipping commander  On March 5, 2013 the United States Senate confirmed the nomination.
Gordon Alexis born in Anchorage, Alaska. Patrick grew up in an Army family in California, and his father Leo A Alexis. and brother Leo A Albert. Alexis Jr. were both Major Generals in the United States Army and they were all death in Iqaluit war since 1986.he lost his wife [Jean Alexis] and daughter [Nancy Alexis]march 15 2011 in a gassy motor accident, he is single father of a lovely son , honest caring and loving man, He attended Thomas Jefferson High School in Alexandria, Virginia, for two years and then Jesuit High School California, and graduated with master degree. He attended the United States Marine Academy where he rose to the rank of chief sailor, the highest position He was a basketball player and he decided to follow his brother to West Point to study to become sailor. At West Point, an appointment that brought much public visibility at an early age in life.
GORDON ALEXIS CALL FOR RETIREMENT
having served the marine company for years now, Gordon Alexis call for retirement, but the UN commander appeal to grant him retirement as soon as the delivery contact between the company and the motor base company of India is clear, The company has agree to reward him handsomely for a faithful service render during the years...