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Captain Page Felini graduated from the University of Virginia on a Naval ROTC scholarship, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering.  She attended aviation preflight indoctrination and flight school in Pensacola, FL and Meridian, MS.  After carrier qualification, she was designated a Naval Aviator and reported to VFA-122 at NAS Lemoore, CA, for initial training in the F/A-18F Super Hornet. 

After VFA-122, CAPT Felini was assigned to VFA-41 at NAS Lemoore, CA where she immediately deployed aboard the USS Nimitz in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.  During her tour, she was selected as the Strike Fighter Wing Pacific Junior Officer of the Year and awarded the ADM Wesley L. McDonald Leadership Award.  CAPT Felini then reported to VFA-106 at NAS Oceana, VA, to serve as an F/A-18 instructor and landing signal officer.  At VFA-106, she was selected to serve as a member of the East Coast F/A-18F Super Hornet Demonstration Team. 

The following year, CAPT Felini served as the Assistant Secretary of the Joint Staff at Headquarters European Command in Stuttgart, Germany.  While in Germany, she transitioned to the Navy Training and Administration of the Reserve Community and later reported to VR-53 at JB Andrews, MD, where she was designated a C-130T Transport Aircraft Commander and served as both the Maintenance and Operations Department Heads.

After her Department Head tour, CAPT Felini served as the Chief of Naval Air Force Reserve VR Program Manager for C-130Ts and was selected for Aviation Command.  She reported to VR-59 at JRB Fort Worth, TX, where she qualified as a Transport Aircraft Commander in the C-40A and served as the Commanding Officer.   Following a successful Command tour, CAPT Felini reported to Head Quarters Supreme Allied Command Transformation in Norfolk, VA where she served as the Reserve Forces Coordinator and Liaison to NATO’s National Reserve Forces Committee.

In 2021, CAPT Felini was selected for Aviation Major Command and was ordered to report as the Commanding Officer of Naval Air Facility Washington, D.C. in October 2022. 

CAPT Felini has accumulated over 3,100 flight hours and earned a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the United States War College in Newport, RI.  Her personal awards include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, plus various other joint, service, campaign, unit, and sea service related awards.