Wednesday, December 28, 2011

2012 Cryptologic/IW Leadership Lineup

1. VADM Michael S. Rogers - 1810
Commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/TENTH Fleet

2. RADM William Leigher - 1810
Director of Warfare Integration for Information Dominance (OPNAV N2/N6F)

3. RDML Sean Filipowski - 1810
Deputy Director of Operations, U.S. Cyber Command

4. RDML Jan E. Tighe - 1810
Director, Decision Superiority, OPNAV N2N6F4

5. RDML Willie Metts - 1810
Deputy Chief of Tailored Access Operations, National Security Agency

6. Mr. Mark Neighbors - Former 1610
Special Assistant to Vice Admiral Kenneth Card

7. Mr. Jerome Rapin - Former 1610
Director - Cyber, Sensors and Electronic Warfare - OPNAV N2N6F3

Rear Admiral Michael A. Brown will have a retirement ceremony at the United States Naval Academy on 13 January 2012. We thank him for his selfless service to the Navy and the Nation and for his leadership in the cryptologic community.


Justin Rogers ENS, USN (1170) said...

Captain Lambert,

You should start doing posts on all different kinds of flag officers no matter what designator. Heck, why don't you even expand it to Commanding Officer bios and even CMC's. I love reading bios! It could be a celebration of wonderfully interesting careers that share one thing - we're all Navy!! Plus we could all learn things, too!

Captain - Special Duty Cryptology said...

ENS Rogers,

You can read all the Navy Flag bios at

Anonymous said...

Fair Winds to Mike Brown. A superb Naval officer in all respects.

Lee Cardwell

Anonymous said...

Please move RDML Tighe above RDML Filipowski. She is in a Navy billet. Sean is on a disassociated joint tour. He doesn't interact with the Navy IWs now.

Justin Rogers ENS, USN (1170) said...

WHAT on earth are you trying to say...?! We don't care about CYBERCOM now...?! I'm being a little facetious here, but really, our military IS, by design, JOINT these days!

Anonymous said...

ENS Rogers,

Is that speaking as a Full Ensign or an Appointed Ensign? Since it is a joint operation, enlighten us uninformed individuals as to what a foxhole is like, or an Ospery V-22, or a F-22.

Very Respectfully,