|LT Linda H. McCauley
LT McCauley is a native of Jacksonville Beach, Fl. She graduated from University of North Florida in 2002 with a Bachelors Degree in History and received her commission from Officer Candidate School in 2004.
LT McCauley first sea duty assignment was to USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) in San Diego, Ca as the Main Propulsion Officer, Auxiliaries Officers and First Lieutenant. In 2004 FITZGERALD executed a homeport shift to Yokosuka, Japan, where it participated in numerous Ballistic Missile Defense missions and multi-national exercises. Her second division officer tour was as Fire Control Officer on USS Momsen (DDG 92) and also served as Assistant Operations Officer. While stationed on MOMSEN, LT McCauley also completed an extended deployment as an Individual Augmentee in support of the Global War on Terror in the southern Philippines as Assistant Operations Officer for JTF 515.1.
Returning to sea after completing Department Head training, LT McCauley served as the Chief Engineer in USS Roosevelt (DDG 80) homeported in Mayport, Fl.
Ashore, Lt McCauley received her Masters in Science in Information Systems and Operations from the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, Ca. She also served as Protocol Officer for Commander, Naval Surface Forces in Coronado, Ca.
Lt McCauley reported to MCM Crew Reaper as the Executive Officer in March, 2014 onboard USS Scout.