DANIEL P. CORBIN
Global Combat Support Systems-Marine Corps
Dan Corbin is a 1985 graduate of the University of Florida with a BS in Mathematics. Upon graduation, Dan was commissioned an Ensign in the US Navy and served the next six years as a main propulsion engineer in USS Shreveport (LPD-12) and USS Hercules (PHM-2). He attended the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, California and received a Masters of Science in Computer Science (Networks, Graphics and Distributed Simulation) in 1993
After completing his graduate work, he was ordered to the Advanced Combat Systems Division of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Newport, RI from 1993 to 1996. While there, he managed the development of six networked Anti-Submarine Warfare Sensor Performance Prediction Tactical Decision Aids. From NUWC, LCDR Corbin went to the SECOND FLEET Command Ship, USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20) as the ship’s Electronics Material Officer. He was responsible for maintenance and operation of the Joint Command Ship’s complex networks, communications, and C4I systems.
He was then transferred to the Program Executive Office for Mine and Undersea Warfare as the APM for the Remote Minehunting System. After leaving PEO MUW, Commander Corbin was assigned as the NMCI Performance Department Head at the Direct Reporting Program Manager NMCI Office.
He was then assigned to OPNAV N6F and tasked to establish the policies, organizational structures and operating procedures for the Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for the Information Technology-Resource & Assessment Division.
After retiring from Naval service in 2005, Dan returned to work at the PM NMCI as the Technical Director until he was assigned as the Deputy Program Manager, Next Generation Enterprise Network Program in PEO EIS. In March 2008, he was assigned as the DIMHRS – Navy Program Manager. In July 2008 he was reassigned as the GCCS-MC Program Manager.
Dan resides in Woodbridge, VA with his wife Cynthia, and their three children, Heather, Todd and Brent.