MEET OUR STAFF
UPPER CHAIN OF COMMAND
LT Brent van Hees
"I have been in the program for 8 years, and have been the commanding officer for Polaris Battalion and Training Ship Trident since January 2015. I have been the COTC for our Advanced Summer Trainings as well for the last 3 years. I am also one of the first points of contact for cadets and parents checking out the program."
POLARIS BATALLION CHAIN OF COMMAND
"I am the Executive Officer of Polaris Batallion and am integral in the accurate execution of the orders from the Commanding Officer."
Cadet Operations Officer
"Some of my responsibilities include ensuring the POM (Plan of the Month) is followed and on time, as well as enforcing watchstanding regulations."
Cadet Division Officer
"I am responsible for the efficient operation of the Cadets within the department and am responsible to and, in general, act as an assistant to the Department Heads."
training ship trident
CHAIN OF COMMAND
"I am the Executive Officer of Training Ship Trident and oversee their day to day functions, as well as providing much of the planning for each drill evolution."
Leaguer Operations Officer
"The bulk of my day to day is ensuring the Trident POM is followed correctly and on time. I ensure that Trident watchstanding reflects the finest standards of the Navy."
Leaguer Division Officer
"I am responsible for the efficient operation of the Leaguers and participate in many of their training evolutions."
ENS Suzanne Johnson
Supply and Finance Department Head
"I keep Supply running smoothly and the Cadets and Leaguers outfitted properly. I also balance the books and try to keep the unit running efficiently. I hope to be a leader by example in any situation where I am in contact with our Leaugers and Cadets."
Administration and Medical Department Head
"I ensure the units paperwork and records are safely kept and properly organized. I handle any medical situations the cadets or leaguers may have."
INST Beth Floding
Photography and Media Specialist
"For many years I have ensured that there is no special moment that goes uncaptured for either unit."