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. K. Gautier, CAPT, U
Captain William K. Gautier graduated from the United States Naval Academy in june,
1967 and then reported as the Weapons Officer on USS CROCKETT QPG-881 for its initial
deployment to Vietnam. His next assignment was the USS HOEL QDDG-133 as First Lieu-
tenant and ASW Officer.
In 1970, Captain Gautier entered the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, Cali-
fornia, where he received a Master of Science degree in Operations Research. He then com-
pleted Nuclear Power School before joining the USS TRUXTON QCGN-355 in 1973 for a
tour as Main Propulsion Assistant.
Captain Gautier reported to the Surface Warfare Officers School Command in 1976. At
the conclusion of this course, he was awarded the Admiral Arleigh Burke Award for leader-
lijollowing Department Head School, he was assigned as Commissioning Engineering
Officer of USS MISSISSIPPI QCGN-401 in Newport News, Virginia. He returned to Wash-
ington D.C. in 1980 and was assigned as Staff, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Naval Reactors,
Department of Energy.
Captain Gautier was subsequently assigned as Staff, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Naval
Reactors, Department of Energy.
Captain Gautier was subsequently assigned as Commanding Officer of USS ARTHUR W.
RADFORD QDD-9681 in Norfolk, Virginia. He returned to Washington D.C. in 1986 to serve
as the Surface Nuclear Power Placement Officer and Program Manager in the Naval Mili-
tary personnel Command.
Captain Gautier then served as Commanding Officer of USS TEXAS QCGN-395 from
August 1988 tojune 1991.
Captain Gautier has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal CGo1d Star in lieu of
Third Awardj, the Navy Commendation Medal CGold Star in lieu of Second Awardj and the
Navy Achievement Medal with Combat HV."
Captain Gautier is married to the former Margaret QMaggiej Milstead from Southern Cal-
fornia. They have one child,jake.
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Commander David M. Armitage graduated from the United States Naval Acade-
my in 1977 and received his initial assignment to USS REASONER QFF-10633,
where he served as Damage Control Assistant and later as Gunnery and Missile
Officer. In 1980 he transferred to Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and
taught NROTC classes in navigation and engineering. While at Cornell he earned
a Master of Engineering degree in Operations Research.
In 1982 CDR Armitage was accepted into the Navy's nuclear power program,
Falls, Idaho, he reported to USS ENTERPRISE QCVN-653. On ENTERPRISE he
served as Electrical Officer and then as Main Propulsion Assistant. Following that
Assignment, CDR Armitage attended Department Head School in Newport,
Rhode Island, and then in 1986, reported to USS WADDELL QDDG-241 as Opera-
tions Officer. While deployed on WADDELL, he was involved in the damage con-
trol and rescue efforts subsequent to the missile attack on the USS STARK in the
Beginning in 1988, CDR Armitage served for two years as the Nuclear Type Desk
Officer on the Staff of Commander, Naval Surface Forces Pacific in Coronado,
California. He reported to the USS TEXAS in September of 1990.
Commander Armitage has been awarded the Navy Commendation Medal CGold
Star in lieu of Third Awardj and the Navy Achievement Medal.
Commander Armitage is married to the former Linda Louise Peters of Gallitzin,
October 1990 to Present
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