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His experience is further complemented having also served as a Surface Warfare Officer where he was Second in Command of HMS Glasgow.
class of 1966, the Naval Academy's 21st Rhodes Scholar, was involved in combat operations in Vietnam, first as a surface warfare officer and later as a naval aviator flying the A-7E.
Ashore, he commanded the Surface Warfare Officers School in Newport, and as a new flag officer he served as Commander, Naval Mine and Anti-submarine Warfare Command, Corpus Christi, Texas.
The Surface Warfare Officers School (SWOS) graduated its first Navy Supply Corps students from the Introduction Course during ceremonies aboard Naval Station (NAVSTA) Newport on February 10 and March 2.
Following the ceremony, Barner's orders directed him to report to his first naval assignment as a surface warfare officer aboard the multi-purpose amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island (LHD 8).
Rice, a Navy EDO and former surface warfare officer, is assigned to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Pacific where she is the project lead for the cryogenic exploration of radio frequency (CERF) project.
An alumni of Lawrence School, Sanawar, he was commissioned in the executive branch of the Indian Navy as a surface warfare officer on July 1, 1980.
An alumnus of Lawrence School Sanawar, National Defense Academy, Grechko Naval War College USSR, Defense Services Staff College Wellington and Army War College, he was commissioned in the Executive Branch of the Indian Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer on July 1, 1980.