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Commander David Wallace is the Admiral Jay L. Johnson Professor of Leadership and Ethics at the US Naval Academy, where he teaches and conducts research on leadership and leader development. A 1996 graduate of the Naval Academy, Command Wallace was a surface warfare officer in the Navy for over twenty years prior to his return to Annapolis.
His initial sea tour was as Communications Officer in USS JOHN S MCCAIN (DDG 56), where he completed a homeport shift from Pearl Harbor to Yokosuka and a deployment to the Middle East in support of OPERATION DESERT THUNDER. He then transferred to USS HAYLER (DD 997) as the Main Propulsion Assistant, completing a UNITAS deployment to South America.
CDR Wallace served as the Weapons Officer and Combat Systems Officer in USS MUSTIN (DDG 89). MUSTIN deployed with CARL VINSON Carrier Strike Group and served as the Air Defense Commander in the Arabian Gulf for four months to support OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM and OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. CDR Wallace was also onboard MUSTIN when the ship shifted homeports from San Diego to Yokosuka.
For his command tour, CDR Wallace commanded Coastal Riverine Group TWO Detachment Bahrain/Task Group 56.11, headquartered in Manama, Bahrain. TG 56.11 was responsible for the conduct of OPERATION VIGILANT MARINER, providing close-in security defense for logistics force ships operating as part of the US FIFTH FLEET.
Onshore, CDR Wallace worked in joint doctrine assessment and development at US Joint Forces Command. He helped codify joint doctrine on foreign humanitarian assistance, counterinsurgency operations, foreign internal defense, and stability operations. He also served as Deputy Director of Professional Development at the US Naval Academy, where he instructed midshipmen in navigation, naval warfare, and leadership.
CDR Wallace is a graduate of George Mason University, with a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. His main areas of research and study are leadership and leader development. His personal decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, three Navy Commendation Medals, two Navy Achievement Medals, and various unit, campaign, and service awards.

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LT Aaron Bishop

Assistant Professor of Naval Science

Submarine Warfare Officer/Nuclear Power Officer

University of Washington NROTC

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LT Aaron Bishop grew up in Huson, Montana and graduated from Frenchtown High School in 2008. He enlisted in the Navy as a Nuclear Electronics Technician, and while in the training program was accepted into the Seaman-to-Admiral 21 commissioning program. Through the STA-21 program he attended Oregon State University and completed a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering with a minor in Economics. He commissioned as an Ensign in 2014, and went on complete Naval Nuclear Power Training in Charleston, SC and Saratoga Spring, NY before being assigned to the USS California (SSN 781) out of Groton, CT.

LT Bishop reported to the USS California in April 2016, where he served as the Chemical and Radiological Controls Officer, Diving Officer, and Assistant Operations Officer. He completed two EUCOM deployments over three years onboard California.

In April 2019 LT Bishop was assigned to the PCU Montana (SSN 794) in Newport News, VA. He served as the Assistant Operations Officer and the Training Officer, acting as the operational subject matter expert for the pre-commissioned boat, and assisting in the testing of the nuclear systems. In September 2020 LT Bishop reported to the University of Washington.

His personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Gold Star.

In addition to his duties as an instructor, LT Bishop is pursuing a Master’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. In his free time, he enjoys backpacking, snowboarding, running, and attending Seattle Sounders games.

Staff Sergeant Hendrix

Rank: Staff Sergeant (1 Oct 2016)

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Name: Brandon J. Hendrix

Date and Place of Birth: 05 November 1988,

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Montclair, CA.

Education: Graduated from Redlands High School in 2006

Military Experience: Staff Sergeant Hendrix enlisted in the Marine Corps and underwent recruit training on 16 July, 2007 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, California.

In November 2007 Private First Class Hendrix attended his Military Occupation Specialty School at Fort Sill, Oklahoma for Cannon Crewman course.

In February, 2008 Private First Class Hendrix reported to Kilo Battery 3D BN 12th Marines and served as a Cannoneer. In April 2008 Private First Class Hendrix was promoted to the rank of Lance Corporal. Lance Corporal Hendrix deployed to Okinawa, Japan in May of 2008 in support of the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit. Lance Corporal Hendrix returned from deployment in February of 2009.

In April 2009, Lance Corporal Hendrix was promoted to the Rank of Corporal. In May 2011, Corporal Hendrix was assigned to Golf Battery 2nd Battalion 11th Marines. Corporal Hendrix attended Artillery Training School in 2011 where he received the billet of Section Chief.

From October 2011 to May 2012, Corporal Hendrix Deployed to Kajaki and Shira Ghazi in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Corporal Hendrix served as a Howitzer Section Chief and 81mm Mortars Chief during this time. In May 2012, Corporal Hendrix was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.

Sergeant Hendrix attended Drill Instructor school at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego in October 2013 and was assigned to 3D Recruit Training Battalion Lima Company. In November of 2014 Sergeant Hendrix served as a Martial Arts Instructor at the Dojo on MCRD. Sergeant Hendrix returned to Lima Company at the end of 2015 where he served as a green belt Drill Instructor. In October of 2016 Sergeant Hendrix was assigned to Kilo Company where he served as a Senior Drill Instructor.

Sergeant Hendrix was promoted to his current rank of Staff Sergeant in October of 2016.

In January 2017, Staff Sergeant Hendrix was assigned to Romeo Battery 5th Battalion 11th Marines. Staff Sergeant Hendrix served as a Guns Platoon Sergeant and Launcher Section Chief. From May 2018 to November 2018 Staff Sergeant Hendrix Deployed to Okinawa, Japan in support of the Unit Deployment Program.

In February of 2019 Staff Sergeant Hendrix reported to 3d BN 11th Marines where he was assigned as a Platoon Sergeant in Mike Battery.

Staff Sergeant Hendrix served as the Battery Gunnery Sergeant for Kilo Battery from May 2019 to December 2019 and then deployed with Battery I in as the battery gunnery sergeant from September 2020 to March 2021.

In March 2021 Staff Sergeant Hendrix assumed his duties as the Assistant Marine Officer Instructor (AMOI) at the University of Washington, Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps.

Personal Decorations: Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal,Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with two gold stars (in lieu of third award), and the Combat Action Ribbon.

Hobbies, sports and interests: Parenting, Riding Motorcycles, Playing sports, Traveling

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LT Megan LumLT Megan LumAssistant Professor of Naval Science
Surface Warfare Officer Nuclear
University of Washington NROTCLT Megan Lum was born and raised in Kaneohe, HI. In 2009 she accepted her admission to the University of Hawaii Manoa. In 2011 she transferred to the University of California, Riverside where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Bioengineering.LT Lum was commissioned in February of 2014 as a Surface Warfare Officer assigned to the USS NEW ORLEANS (LPD-18) out of San Diego, Ca. Here she served as the Electronic Warfare Officer from 2014 through 2016 in support of signals analysis and identification. In 2016 she deployed for four months in support of South China Sea Operations.Ashore, LT Lum spent a year at Naval Nuclear Propulsion Training Unit qualifying to operate a naval nuclear propulsion plant. She was then assigned duty and as the Reactor Propulsion Division Officer aboard the USS NIMITZ (CVN 68). She then transitioned to both Reactor Training and Reactor Mechanical Division Officer billets while there.Personal decorations include two Navy achievement Medals and various unit awards.

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LT Gary Oh

Assistant Professor of Naval Science
Surface Warfare Officer (SWO)
University of Washington NROTC

Lieutenant Oh was born in Incheon, South Korea, and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematic from Arizona State University and commissioned through the university’s Naval Reserve Office Training Command in 2014.

A Surface Warfare Officer by trade, he reported to USS SHOUP (DDG 86) then stationed in Everett, Washington. There, he served as Combat Missiles division officer and Engagement Control Officer while participating in the joint training exercise Northern Edge 2015, and the multinational maritime warfare exercise Rim of the Pacific 2016.

After completing nuclear training in Charleston, South Carolina, Lieutenant Oh reported to USS NIMITZ (CVN 68) in 2018 while undergoing an extensive dry dock and workup period in Bremerton, Washington. There, he served as the Reactor Controls division officer, and assistant Reactor Electrical Assistant.

In June 2020, Lieutenant Oh received orders to the University of Washington NROTC Unit as the Surface Warfare adviser while obtaining his master’s degree in industrial and systems engineering at the university.

His personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

LT Aaron SchmersahlLT Aaron Schmersahl

Assistant Professor of Naval Science
Aviation Officer
University of Washington NROTC

Lieutenant Schmersahl was born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He enlisted in the US Navy in November of
2001 as a Fire Control Technician aboard submarines. Upon completion of “A school” in Groton,
Connecticut, Lieutenant Schmersahl was stationed onboard the USS Topeka SSN 754 homeported in San
Diego, California. While stationed onboard USS Topeka, Lieutenant Schmersahl completed two western
pacific deployments in support of national level intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance tasking.

In 2007, Lieutenant Schmersahl received orders to Naval Recruiting District (NRD) Atlanta, where he served as an enlisted programs recruiter. While stationed at NRD Atlanta, Lieutenant Schmersahl
prospected, mentored and screened candidates for careers in the US Navy. In 2008, Lieutenant
Schmersahl was selected for the highly competitive Seaman-to-Admiral-21 program (STA-21) where he
would join the NROTC unit as an officer candidate at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

In June 2011, Lieutenant Schmersahl graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
and commissioned as an Ensign where he would then report to Pensacola, Florida as a student Naval
Aviator. Lieutenant Schmersahl trained in the T-6B Texan with the VT-3 RED KNIGHTS in Milton, Florida
and received follow-on multi-engine training in the TC-12B Huron with the VT-35 STINGRAYS in Corpus
Christi, Texas. Lieutenant Schmersahl completed flight training in Jacksonville, Florida where he trained
to fly the P-3C Orion maritime surveillance aircraft. Lieutenant Schmersahl reported to VQ-1 in Whidbey
Island, Washington in 2013 where he completed multiple deployments to the seventh, sixth, and fifth
fleets as an EP-3E Aries Aircraft Commander and maintenance Quality Assurance Officer in support of
Operation Inherent Resolve and Operation Freedom Sentinel.

In May 2018, Lieutenant Schmersahl reported to NAVCENT/5 th Fleet in Bahrain where he served as Battle
Watch Captain, overseeing maritime exercise planning and operations for coalition and Fifth Fleet forces
deployed to the Middle East.

His personal awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Good Conduct Medal,
and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal in lieu of third award.

Lieutenant Schmersahl resides in Kirkland, Washington with his wife and three children. He serves as the
unit’s aviation advisor and has plans to continue flying in the greater Seattle area.

Commander Kelly Flynn

Associate Professor of Naval Science
Executive Officer
University of Washington NROTC

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Captain Michael LockwoodCaptain Michael Lockwood

Professor of Naval Science
Commanding Officer
University of Washington NROTC

Captain Lockwood was born and raised in Rochester, New York, and is a 1991 graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology where he earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering. He was commissioned via NROTC.

He has served at sea as Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans (N3/N5) – Commander, Task Force SEVEN ZERO/Battle Force SEVENTH Fleet/GEORGE WASHINGTON Carrier Strike Group; Commanding Officer, Assault Craft Unit ONE; Chief Staff Officer, Destroyer Squadron NINE; Executive Officer, USS O’KANE (DDG 77); Assistant Chief of Staff for Manpower and Personnel (N1) – Commander, NIMITZ Carrier Strike Group; Combat Systems Officer/Weapons Officer in USS BUNKER HILL (CG 52); Fire Control Officer in USS THOMAS S GATES (CG 51); and Main Propulsion Assistant/Combat Information Center Officer in USS NEW ORLEANS (LPH 11). Captain Lockwood has completed nine deployments to the Western Pacific and Middle East, supporting Operations ENDURING FREEDOM, IRAQI FREEDOM, SOUTHERN WATCH, DAMAYAN, and RESTORE HOPE.

Ashore, Captain Lockwood’s most recent assignment was to Tactical Training Group Pacific in San Diego, California, where he served as Operations and Plans Syndicate Chair. He has also served as Maritime Division Chief (J32), Operations Directorate of North American Aerospace Defense Command, Colorado Springs, Colorado; and at Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, DC; and Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.

He holds a MS in National Resource Strategy from the National Defense University, and an MS in Applied Physics from the Naval Postgraduate School. His decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, as well as other personal and unit level awards and citations.

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Mr. Patton is from Chicago, IL. He was enlisted in the Army for two years, most of which was spent in Germany. He ended his term as an E-4 with an MOS as Supply Technician. He joined the Coast Guard in 1979 as a Seaman Storekeeper and retired in August 2007 as a Chief Warrant Officer after 28 years of service. He has 11 years of sea duty and has been stationed aboard 6 Coast Guard Cutters, serving as a Department Head/Supply Officer aboard two. Mr. Patton has been awarded five Coast Guard Achievement medals, seven Good Conduct medals, two Armed Forces Expeditionary medals, two National Defense Service medals, the Global War on Terrorism Service medal, and the Humanitarian Service medal. He is married to wife Deborah and they have three children, Kevin, Samantha, and Linda.