Cmdr. Michael Majewski
Cmdr. Majewski grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and following high school enlisted in the Navy. After completing Naval Nuclear Power School, he received an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy and graduated in May 1996 with a Bachelor’s in Systems Engineering.
In 1997, he reported to USS Tucson (SSN 770) where he served as the Chemistry and Radiological Controls Assistant, Main Propulsion Assistant and Communications Officer. During his tour, Tucson deployed to the Western Pacific twice and was awarded the Battle Efficiency “E”. Following his initial sea tour he served as the Assistant Professor of Naval Science at the Pennsylvania State University and earned a Masters in Mechanical Engineering.
Prior to reporting for his department head tour, he completed the Submarine Officer Advanced Course where he was awarded the L.Y. Spear Award as the class honorman. In 2003 he reported to USS Newport News (SSN 750) where he served as the Combat Systems Officer. During his assignment, Newport News deployed to the Atlantic and Indian Oceans and was twice awarded the Battle “E”. Following his department head tour he served as the Weapons Evaluator on the COMSUBLANT Tactical Readiness Evaluation Team and completed the Joint Advanced Warfighter School, earning and Masters on Campaign Strategy and Planning and completing his joint military education requirements.
In September 2010, he reported to USS Cheyenne (SSN 773) where he served as executive officer, successfully returning the ship to a fully operational posture following a Depot Modernization Period. He reported to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Director of Intelligence (J2) following his tour as executive officer and served as the Navy Special Projects Officer.
Following his turnover with Cmdr. Geiger on May 16, 2014, Majewski assumed the duties of his current assignment, as Commanding Officer, USS Toledo (SSN 769).