COMMANDER ERIC MOYER
DIRECTOR, COMMUNICATIONS & INFORMATION SYSTEMS N6
A native of Weston, Missouri CDR Moyer graduated from Central Missouri State University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aviation Technology. Originally commissioned as a Surface Warfare Officer, he was selected for re-designation to Information Professional Community in 2012.
In 1998, he was commissioned as an Ensign at Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, FL. His initial assignment was aboard USS JARRETT as the Communications Officer, completing a Western Pacific and Central Command deployment. Following JARRETT, he became a member of the commissioning crew of USS MCCAMPBELL (DDG 85) as the Damage Control Assistant. As a department head, he served as the Weapons and Combat Systems Officer aboard USS CHUNG-HOON. During his tour, CHUNG-HOON completed two Central Command deployments as an ESG Air Defense Commander. Following USS CHUNG-HOON, he reported to Commander, Carrier Strike Group TWELVE embarked on USS ENTERPRISE as the Anti-Air Warfare Officer and Surface Operations Officer.
Following his re-designation in 2012, he reported as the Flag Communications Officer for Commander, Carrier Strike Group NINE (CCSG-9) embarked on USS RONALD REAGAN. CDR Moyer continued a follow on tour with CCSG-9 as the Knowledge Manager and Director of Communication & Information Systems.
During his shore tours, Commander Moyer was the lead scheduler for engineering instructors and taught DDG engineering systems at Surface Warfare Officer School (SWOS) in Newport RI. Following his tour at Carrier Strike Group TWELVE, he reported to CNE/CNA/C6F as the lead exercise planner for the African maritime Express Series. Commander Moyer recently served as the Executive Officer for the Naval Satellite Operations Center.
Currently, Commander Moyer serves as the Inter-American Telecommunications Network (IANTN) Secretary, U.S. Naval Forces South and Commander Fourth Fleet’s N6/Director of Computers & Information Systems (C&IS).
He earned a Master in Business Administration from Salve Regina University in 2005.
His personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (2 awards), Navy Commendation Medal (five awards), Navy Achievement Medal (four awards) and various unit and campaign awards.