Captain Timothy M. Cooper

Capt. Timothy M. Cooper graduated from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation. He also earned a U.S. Coast Guard license as a third mate, with an unlimited tonnage, any ocean endorsement. Cooper is a 2006 graduate of the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, with a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies.  
 
At sea, he served as first lieutenant, damage control assistant, and electrical officer aboard USS Estocin (FFG 15); strike warfare officer aboard USS Hayler (DD 997); officer in charge of the Theodore Roosevelt Battle Group’s Tomahawk Afloat Planning System Detachment; weapons officer and combat systems officer aboard USS Anzio (CG 68); and executive officer of USS Higgins (DDG 76).  In his most recent sea tour, Cooper was honored to serve as the 71st commanding officer of USS Constitution.
 
His shore tours include service as a department head instructor at the Surface Warfare Officers School; director of the Distributed Training Center Atlantic; J5 Plans chief for the Central Gulf Branch at U.S. Central Command; and commanding officer and professor of naval science for the Maine Maritime Academy Naval ROTC unit.
 
He currently serves as executive officer of the Naval Leadership and Ethics Center.
 

Last Updated: 14 December 2020

 
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