Jeffrey M. Garrett BS

Senior Advisor

Jeff Garrett has over 39 years of broad maritime experience, with 31 years as an officer in the U.S. Coast Guard. He has extensive experience in high latitude operations and support, both in the Coast Guard and as an independent maritime consultant. As the commanding officer of polar icebreakers, he was responsible for the conduct of research in the Arctic and Antarctic, logistics missions, and ship escorts through the ice. He held staff positions in vessel traffic control, operations management, planning, programming, and budgeting. Since retirement from active Coast Guard service at the rank of Rear Admiral, he has been involved in studies of Arctic requirements for the National Academy of Sciences, has consulted on Arctic operations and assets, and has served as a shipboard ice advisor in the Antarctic and Northwest Passage. He holds a Master of Science in Management from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and is a graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.


BS, United States Coast Guard Academy

MS, Management, United States Naval Postgraduate School

Graduate & Research Fellow, Industrial College of the Armed Forces

Coast Guard Command and Operations Course, United States Coast Guard Academy

Revolution in Business Practices, United States Naval Postgraduate School

Joint Services Capstone Course, United States National Defense University (Joint Service Doctrine, Planning and Geo-Political Familiarization for Flag and General Officers)

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