LCDR Tim Raymie is a native of Rock Island, Illinois and graduate of Southern Illinois University. He enlisted in April of 1989, attending Intelligence Specialist “A” school in Dam Neck, Virginia with tours of duty at Attack Squadron FIVE-TWO; Attack / Electronic Warfare Wing, Pacific in Whidbey Island, Washington; USS ARKANSAS stationed in Bremerton, Washington; Joint Inter-Agency Task Force South in Panama; and on the staff of Carrier Strike Group THREE (CARGRU THREE) embarked on the USS CARL VINSON before he was commissioned as under the Limited Duty Officer Program in May 2001 and re-designated to 1830 in 2008.
Since commissioning, LCDR Raymie has held positions in nearly every facet of the Naval Intelligence including the Fleet Intelligence Training Center, Pacific in San Diego, California; Destroyer Squadron NINE as part of the initial naval forces to participate in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM; Targeting Officer to Commander, Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN in 2004; conducting two deployments onboard the USS NIMITZ in support of Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM; Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (USNAVCENT) in the Kingdom of Bahrain, serving as the Iran Team Chief; and Naval Special Warfare Support Activity ONE (SA-1) in Coronado, California, serving as the N-2 and Current Operations Officer. While assigned to SA-1, he conducted a five-month deployment as the Director of the Joint Intelligence Support Element (JISE) for the Commander, Combined Joint Special Operations Task Forces – Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A).
Other leadership assignments include Flag Aide to the Vice Chief of Naval Operations for Information Dominance/Director of Naval Intelligence from 2008 to 2010 and 1830 Junior Officer Detailer from 2012-2014 before reporting as the Executive Officer for Navy Expeditionary Intelligence Command in September 2014.
He has earned his Information Dominance Warfare Officer, Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist and Enlisted Surface Warfare qualifications and is authorized to wear the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (silver and two gold stars), Joint Achievement Medal, Navy Achievement Medal (silver and two gold stars) and numerous campaign and unit awards.