Captain Robert Beauchamp
Commanding Officer,
Traning Support Center San Diego (TSC)

Commanding Officer

Captain Beauchamp is a native of Douglassville, Pennsylvania. He received his commission from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Oceanography.

His assignments at sea include the USS Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29), USS De Wert (FFG 45), USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79), and USS Anzio (CG 68). He served as Commanding Officer of USS Halsey (DDG 97) and was the Operations Officer on the staff of Carrier Strike Group Ten in USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75).

Beauchamp’s shore tours include in-residence education at the Naval Postgraduate School and the Naval War College. Other shore duty included assignments as Special Assistant to the Deputy Commander, Atlantic Fleet; Flag Aide for Commander, Naval Surface Forces Atlantic; Deployable Training Team member at U. S. Joint Forces Command; and Joint Capabilities Analysis Division Branch Head on the Joint Staff.

He is currently assigned as Commanding Officer, Training Support Center, San Diego.

His personal decorations include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal and a variety of unit and campaign awards.

Commander Jon Grant
Executive Officer,
Traning Support Center San Diego (TSC)

Executive Officer

Commander Jon Grant, a native of Indianapolis, Indiana, enlisted in the Navy in 1983. He graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and was commissioned via the Limited Duty Officer Program in June 1994.

Upon completion of Naval Gunnery School in Great Lakes, Ill. and the Mark 45 Gun System “C” school in San Diego, Calif., he was assigned to the USS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968) in Norfolk, Va. where he served from 1984 to 1989, completing Arabian Gulf and UNITAS deployments.

In 1989, he reported to the Naval Gunnery School Great Lakes, Ill. as an instructor for the Mark 45 Gun System. During his tour, he qualified as a Master Training Specialist and was promoted to Chief Petty Officer.

He served aboard USS Thorn (DD 988) in Charleston, S.C., as Leading Chief Gunner’s Mate from 1992 to 1994. While assigned to Thorn, he completed a deployment to the Adriatic in support of Operation Sharp Guard and conducted Maritime Interdiction Operations off the coast of Haiti during Operation Support Democracy.

Upon receiving his commission in 1994, he was assigned to the commissioning crew of the USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62), where he served as the Combat Systems Test Officer. As a plankowner, he participated in Fitzgerald’s commissioning and completed its maiden deployment to the Arabian Gulf in support of Operation Southern Watch. During his time in Fitzgerald, he qualified as Surface Warfare Officer and Tactical Action Officer.

In 1998, he reported to Aegis Training and Readiness Center Detachment, San Diego. As officer-in-charge of the detachment, he was responsible for the scheduling and execution of Aegis tactical-related training for San Diego-based cruisers and destroyers.

Commander Grant’s next sea assignment was as Weapons Officer in USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) in 2001. During his tour, he completed an Arabian Gulf/Arabian Sea deployment and led his strike team in the successful planning and execution of multiple Tomahawk Cruise Missile attacks against the Taliban and Al-Qaeda forces during Operation Enduring Freedom.

In 2003, he was assigned to Commander, Mobile Mine Assembly Group, Corpus Christi, Texas. As a staff planner, he was responsible for the development of minefield plans, doctrine, and tactics that directly supported joint operational planning objectives for maritime defense. Later, he served as chief staff officer, providing direct operational and administrative oversight to seven Mobile Mine Assembly Units that were deployed throughout the world.

He reported to Commander Fleet Activities, Sasebo, Japan in 2005 as the Ordnance department head. In August 2006, Ordnance Department was realigned under the Navy Munitions Command and designated as Navy Munitions Command East Asia Division Detachment Sasebo. As officer-in-charge of the detachment, Commander Grant was responsible for two major ordnance facilities and was accountable for over 32 percent of the Navy’s ammunition stockpile located within the Seventh Fleet area of responsibility.

From December 2007 to March 2010, he had the operational responsibility for arming all Navy and Marine Corps Forces of the Pacific Fleet while serving as officer-in-charge of the Ammunition Management Office Pacific (AMMOPAC) in San Diego.

Commander Grant served as the Commanding Officer of Navy Munitions Command, East Asia Division, Unit Guam from April 2010 to June 2012 and was responsible for the largest naval magazine and fleet ordnance distribution operation in the Pacific that included conventional missile, bomb, torpedo, and underwater mine assembly and maintenance.

He was appointed to serve in a Major Command assignment as Commanding Officer, Training Support Center San Diego from September 2012 to August 2013. Following the selection of permanent relief, he has been reassigned as the command’s executive officer.

His personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal (4 awards), Navy Commendation Medal (6 awards), the Navy Achievement Medal (4 awards), the Good Conduct Medal (2 awards) and a variety of unit and campaign awards.

Mr. Robert Moore
Traning Support Center San Diego (TSC)

Command Master Chief

Mr. Robert Moore is a native of Chicago, Ill., enlisted in the Navy in August 1984. He graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Asian Studies and was commissioned via the Limited Duty Officer Program in January 1998. After completing Basic Training at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes and Operations Specialist “A” school in Dam Neck, Va., he was sent to his first duty station, USS Knox (FF 1052) in Yokosuka, Japan.

Duty stations include USS Knox (FF 1052), USS Dubuque (LPD 8), USS Blue Ridge (LCC19), Commander, Submarine Group Seven, Pre-commissioning Unit USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60), USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60), USS Carney (DDG 64), U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19), Center for Surface Combat Systems Detachment, Yokosuka, Japan, USS Essex (LHD 2) and hull swap to USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). Mr. Moore retired from active duty as a Lieutenant Commander in November 2013.

He assumed the duties as Director, TSD WESTPAC in May 2015.