Brian G. Sims, LCDR
Assist and Assess Team
College of Operational and Strategic Leadership
Lieutenant Commander Brian G. Sims joined the Navy in 1989. Following boot camp, he served onboard USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62). After completing the Broadened Opportunity for Officer Selection and Training (BOOST) program, he attended Washington State University, earning B.A. in Fine Arts, and a commission as a naval officer through the Navy ROTC program.
Following commissioning, for his Division Officer tours, he served as the Communication’s Officer onboard USS SAMUEL B ROBERTS (FFG-58), and as the Damage Control Assistant onboard USS SACRAMENTO (AOE-1). For his Department Head tours, he served as the Operation’s Officer onboard USS RODNEY M. DAVIS (FFG-60) and the Training Officer for DESTROYER SQUADRON NINE (CDS-9). Following his Department Head tours, he served as the OIC of Camp 6 while deployed on an Individual Augmentee (IA) with JTF-GTMO.
Ashore, Lieutenant Commander Sims served as the Operation’s Officer at the Portland, Oregon Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) and as the Battle Watch Executive Officer at U.S. Pacific Fleet (PACFLT). While ashore, Lieutenant Commander Sims earned a Master’s Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies, and completion of JPME Phase I, at the Naval War College.
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