CAPT Douglas Perry
Capt. Perry graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering. He also holds a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Marquette University.
He joined the Navy in 1989, qualifying as a U.S. Navy Diver in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. His sea assignments began aboard USS PITTSBURG (SSN 720) in Groton, CT. Subsequent sea tours included service as the executive officer and operations officer aboard SUBMARINE NR-1, executive officer of USS MAINE (SSBN 741)(GOLD) in Bangor, WA, and as the commanding officer of USS PASADENA (SSN 752) in San Diego, CA.
At his shore assignments, Capt. Perry served as the Chief of Staff for Commander, Submarine Development Group FIVE; Undersea Influence Branch Chief for the Director of Undersea Warfare; Joint Staff as the Combatant Commander Exercise Engagement Division Chief; Chief of Staff for the Director of Joint Force Development (J-7); Executive Assistant to Commander, Submarine Forces Pacific Fleet, Congressional Liaison in the Navy Office of Legislative Affairs at the Pentagon; and as a Naval ROTC Instructor at Marquette University.