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John M. Richardson (admiral)

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Richardson in August 2017, speaking on the John S. McCain collision
Richardson's official Navy portrait from 2015
Richardson's official Navy portrait from 2015

John Michael Richardson[1] (born April 8, 1960) is an admiral in the United States Navy who currently serves as the 31st Chief of Naval Operations. He previously served as the Director of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program from November 2, 2012 to August 14, 2015. While serving as Director of Naval Nuclear Propulsion (itself a joint Department of Energy and Department of Navy organization), Richardson was responsible for the command and safe, reliable operation of the United States Navy's nuclear propulsion program and for all the current United States naval reactors deployed for usage as well as all facilities needed to ensure safe operations. On May 13, 2015, United States Secretary of Defense, Ashton Carter, announced Richardson's nomination to succeed Admiral Jonathan Greenert as Chief of Naval Operations.[2] Richardson began serving as the 31st Chief of Naval Operations on September 18, 2015.[3]

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Early life and education

Born on April 8, 1960 in Petersburg, Virginia,[4] Richardson was commissioned into the United States Navy upon his graduation from the United States Naval Academy in 1982.[3]

Naval career

During his naval career, Richardson has served primarily with submarine operations, serving on the USS Parche, the USS Salt Lake City, and the USS George C. Marshall. Prior to being Director of Nuclear Propulsion, Richardson headed the U.S. Navy's submarine force, COMSUBFOR, where he was relieved by Michael J. Connor. Richardson has also commanded the USS Honolulu, Submarine Development Squadron 12, Submarine Group 8, and Submarine Allied Naval Forces South. Richardson served as the Chief of Staff for U.S. Naval Forces Europe as well as U.S. Naval Forces Africa, Naval Aide to the President of the United States and Director of Strategy and Policy at U.S. Joint Forces Command.[3] Richardson also attended and received master's degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and the National War College.[5]

On May 13, 2015, Richardson was nominated by President Barack Obama to be the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), was confirmed August 5, and began serving as CNO on September 18, 2015.[6][3]

In 2001,[7] Richardson received the James Bond Stockdale Leadership Award.[3]

Awards and decorations

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Badge Submarine Warfare insignia (Officer)
1st row Navy Distinguished Service Medal (with two gold award stars) Defense Superior Service Medal (with two bronze oak leaf clusters)
2nd row Legion of Merit (with three gold award stars) Meritorious Service Medal (with two gold award stars) Navy Commendation Medal (with three gold award stars)
3rd row Navy Achievement Medal (with one gold award star) Navy Presidential Unit Citation Joint Meritorious Unit Award
4th row Navy Unit Commendation (with one bronze service star) Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation Navy "E" Ribbon (with a Wreathed Battle "E" device)
5th row Navy Expeditionary Medal National Defense Service Medal (with a bronze service star) Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
6th row Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (with four service stars) Brazilian Order of Naval Merit (commander)[8] Singapore Meritorious Service Medal (Military)[9]
Badge Silver SSBN Deterrent Patrol insignia with two gold stars
Badge Command at Sea insignia
Badge Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge
Badge Presidential Service Badge

References

  1. ^ "Former Trident Scholars who have achieved flag officer rank". United States Naval Academy. 2014. Retrieved November 9, 2015.
  2. ^ Dougan, Tom. "Navy Gets New Nuclear Propulsion Boss". US Navy. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  3. ^ a b c d e "Bio: 9/18/2015 – Present, ADMIRAL JOHN M. RICHARDSON". Navy.mil. Retrieved February 7, 2017.
  4. ^ "Nominations Before the Senate Armed Services Committee, First Session, 114th Congress" (PDF). Hearings Before the Committee on Armed Services United States Senate One Hundred Fourteenth Congress. GPO. December 2015. Retrieved December 31, 2017.
  5. ^ "Admiral John M. Richardson". National Nuclear Security Administration. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  6. ^ "Richardson Confirmed as Next CNO". Official Website of the United States Navy. United States Navy. Retrieved February 7, 2017.
  7. ^ "2001 VADM James Bond Stockdale Leadership Award Winners (NAVADMIN 246/01)". Naval Administrative Messages. United States Navy. Retrieved February 7, 2017.
  8. ^ Cavas Christopher P. "Richardson Nominated for Naval Reactors" DefenseNews. Retrieved February 15, 2013.
  9. ^ "US Chief of Naval Operations Receives Prestigious Military Award for Enhancing Strong Navy-to-Navy Ties". May 15, 2017. Archived from the original on October 2, 2018. The United States' Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral (ADM) John M. Richardson, was conferred Singapore's prestigious military award, the Pingat Jasa Gemilang (Tentera) [or the Meritorious Service Medal (Military)] by President Tony Tan.

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Military offices
Preceded by
Jonathan Greenert
Chief of Naval Operations
2015–present
Incumbent
Order of precedence
Preceded by
Mark A. Milley
as Chief of Staff of the Army
Order of precedence of the United States
as Chief of Naval Operations
Succeeded by
Robert Neller
as Commandant of the Marine Corps
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