Commander Eugene T. Martin, III, USN Executive Officer and Associate Professor Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, Southern University http://www.subr.edu/nrotc/ Commander Martin is a 1989 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. His sea tours included service as a Division Officer in USS JOSEPHUS DANIELS (CG 27), Assistant First Lieutenant in USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65), Combat Systems Officer in USS SAMUEL B ROBERTS (FFG 58), Executive Officer in USS WARRIOR (MCM 10), and Chief Staff Officer in Commander Maritime Prepositioning Squadron Two (COMPSRON TWO). Assignments ashore have included service as Instructor, Royal Saudi Navy Forces, United States Training Mission to Saudi Arabia Detachment Jubail; Military Observer, United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission; Desk Officer for Kuwait, Yemen and Saudi Arabia in the Operations Directorate of United States Central Command; Aide to Deputy Commander, United States Central Command; Student, Air Command and Staff College, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base; and Deputy Chief of Current Operations, United States Southern Command. In addition to the Surface Warfare Officer designation, Commander Martin is a Foreign Area Officer with expertise in the Middle East and Africa. Commander Martin completed the Malone Fellowship in Saudi Arabia in 2001 and has significant experience in the Middle East. Postgraduate education includes Masters of Business Administration, Masters of Military Arts and Sciences and Joint Professional Military Education Phase I. Commander Martin currently serves as Executive Officer and Associate Professor at Southern University’s NROTC program. The NROTC program provides opportunity for qualified students at Southern University, Louisiana State University, Southeastern Louisiana University and Baton Rouge Community College to compete for commissions in the United States Navy or Marine Corps. Commander Martin’s awards include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Joint Service Commendation Medal (3 awards), the Navy Commendation Medal (4 awards), the Joint Service Achievement Medal, the Joint Meritorious Unit Award (4 awards) and various campaign and unit decorations.
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